Avec Sports Complete Guide To UEFA Euro 2024

Get ready for a summer of football as the Euros return for its 17th competition. Beginning in 1960, The UEFA European Football Championship has been a hit for football fans across the world for decades and this year promises to be no different. Will this summer be unforgettable for England, or will it end in another "what could have been"?

Regardless of the outcome, we're here to guide you through the Euros, providing all the information you need for the month-long competition.

Who Is Predicted To Win Euro 2024?

The Opta supercomputer has spoken, and England emerges as the favourite to win Euro 2024. With talents like Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden, Bukayo Saka, and Harry Kane, a strong performance is expected from this England side, however time will tell if they can live up to the expectations. Other favourites include France, Germany and Spain, boasting their own array of star players.

When And Where Is Euro 2024?

Euro 2024 will take place from the 14th of June to the 14th of July, across ten cities in Germany. After Euro 2020 celebrated its 60th anniversary by hosting in multi-countries across Europe, this year will see all matches hosted solely in Germany. The host cities are Hamburg, Berlin, Gelsenkirchen, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Leipzig, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich.

What Days Will England Play In Euro 2024?

The eagerly awaited fixture list is out, and fans can start marking their calendars ready for England's matches in the tournament. Drawn in Group C, England will face Serbia, Denmark, and Slovenia in the initial stages. Take a look at their fixtures below:

Sunday June 16, 20:00 - England vs. Serbia (BBC One)

Thursday June 20, 17:00 - England vs. Denmark (BBC One)

Tuesday June 25, 20:00 - England vs. Slovenia (ITV1)

Will Ronaldo Play In Euro 2024?

One of the most asked questions in the lead up to Euro 2024 is whether Cristiano Ronaldo will be in the Portugal squad. Manager Roberto Martinez has now picked his side for Euro 2024, naming Ronaldo in his 26 man squad. The Al-Nassr star is set to play in his sixth European Championship this Summer, 20 years after his debut in 2004, but will this be CR7’s last Euros? Only time will tell.

How Do Teams Qualify For Euro 2024?

A total of 24 teams will compete in this year's Euros, with Germany automatically qualifying as the host nation. This left 23 spots up for grabs in which 53 teams contested in qualifiers over the past year to secure their spot in this Summers competition. The top two teams from each group stage secured the first 20 places and the final three spots were decided by playoffs linked to the 2022/23 UEFA Nations League. Take a look at the qualifying nations below:

Where Can I Watch Euro 2024?

In the UK, all Euro 2024 games will be broadcast by both BBC and ITV, sharing coverage throughout the month-long competition (view the full schedule here).

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