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UEFA 2020 European Football Championship, commonly known as UEFA EURO 2020 or UEFA EURO for short, is the UEFA organized International Men's Football Championship held every four years. Accommodations, packages, and tickets for the host cities are very hard to get, but HotelCity.com has online discount rooms available for groups and fans. The
<p><b>UEFA 2020 European Football Championship, commonly known as UEFA EURO 2020 or UEFA EURO for short, is the UEFA organized International Men's Football Championship held every four years. Accommodations, packages, and tickets for the host cities are very hard to get, but HotelCity.com has online discount rooms available for groups and fans.</b></p><p> The quadrennial tournament is scheduled for 12 cities in 12 UEFA countries, from June 12, 2020, to July 20, 2020. Portugal is the defending European champion winning in 2016. </p><p> Former UEFA President Platini said the tournament is held in several countries as a unique "romantic" event to celebrate the 60th "birthday" of the European Championship. The soccer stadium with the highest capacity is the London Wembley Stadium, where the Semi's and the Finals will be held. The Stadio Olimpico in Rome is set to host the opening match in which the Turkey and Italy teams will kick off the tournament with the first exciting match. Find accommodations and hotels here for this match. </p><p> One common question asked is, <b>Which country will host UEFA EURO 2020?</b> Twelve nations will host the UEFA EURO 2020; the confirmed countries are England, Denmark, Hungary, Netherlands, Ireland, Romania, Scotland, Azerbaijan, Germany, Italy, Russia, and Spain. HotelCity.com has accommodations in all the host cities available. </p><p> Another common question is, <b>where are the UEFA EURO 2020 games held</b>? The UEFA EURO 2020 will be officially hosted in 12 different cities: </p><ul><li> <a href="http://hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/london-hotels" target="_blank">London</a> </li><li><a href="http://hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/copenhagen-hotels" target="_blank">Copenhagen</a> </li><li><a href="http://hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/budapest-hotels" target="_blank">Budapest</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/amsterdam-hotels" target="_blank">Amsterdam</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/dublin-hotels" target="_blank">Dublin</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/bucharest-hotels" target="_blank">Bucharest</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/glasgow-hotels" target="_blank">Glasgow</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/baku-hotels" target="_blank">Baku</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/munich-hotels" target="_blank">Munich</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/rome-hotels" target="_blank">Rome</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/saint-petersburg-hotels" target="_blank">Saint Petersburg</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.hotelcity.com/uefa-euro-2020/bilboa-hotels" target="_blank">Bilboa</a> </li></ul><p>Discount hotels, group accommodations, and VIP Packages are on sale now. </p><p><b> What Teams have Qualified for the UEFA EURO? </b></p><p> There are 20 European teams currently eligible for the tournament, and 17 will return from the 2016 UEFA EURO. Among them are Belgium and Italy, who have recorded an impeccable record (10 victories in ten matches), defender of the European champion Portugal and world football champion France, and Germany also qualifies for its thirteenth consecutive European football Championship. </p><p> Finland is making its UEFA European Championship debut and has never been eligible for a major football tournament. </p><p> The Netherlands and Denmark missed out in 2016 but back for this 2020 UEFA EURO championship. The national teams from Austria and Wales for the first time came to the European Championships twice in a row. </p><p> Greece won the championships title in 2004 and is the only former soccer champion who could not qualify for the second consecutive UEFA European Championship and the third successive major European tourney. </p><p> Of the twelve UEFA EURO host countries, seven managed to qualify directly for the tournament. Four will enter the playoffs, with a maximum of three being able to qualify, while Azerbaijan was eliminated following the qualifying group stage. </p><p><b> Where are the UEFA EURO 2020 Venues? </b></p><p> The venues were selected and announced by UEFA on September 19, 2014. However, due to delays in the construction of the stadium in Belgium, the UEFA Executive Committee canceled Brussels as a host city on December 7, 2017. Hotels started selling out in a short time in every host city. </p><p> Four matches (three group matches, 16 in a round) originally scheduled for Brussels were reassigned to London by UEFA. Wembley Stadium will host seven matches, as London has been chosen to host the semi-finals and finals. </p><p> On December 7, 2017, it was announced that the inaugural UEFA EURO 2020 match would be held in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico, selected before Amsterdam, Glasgow, and St. Petersburg. UEFA decided that if they qualify, the first match will feature Italy. </p><p> Of the twelve European cities and countries, eight cities and seven nations have never held the European Championship final before. Azerbaijan, Denmark, Hungary, Romania, the Republic of Ireland, Russia, or Scotland have never hosted the tournament. </p><p> Only two of the 12 selected stadiums have hosted European championships before, the Stadio Olimpico and the John Cruyff Arena. The original Wembley stadium hosted the Olympic Games and the final of the European Cup in 1996. Although it is now located on the same site, The last stadium is classified by UEFA as a different stadium than the current Wembley Stadium. </p><p> Each UEFA EURO 2020 city will host three group matches and one match, sixteen or quarter-finals.&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 1rem;">The twelve soccer matches are allocated as follows:</span></p><p> Group stage, the round of 16, semi-finals, and final: London, England </p><p>Group stage and quarter-finals: Munich, Germany, Baku, Azerbaijan, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Rome, Italy </p><p> Group stage and round of 16: Copenhagen, Denmark, Bucharest, Romania, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Dublin, Ireland, Bilbao, Spain, Budapest, Hungary, Glasgow, Scotland </p><p> The UEFA host cities are divided into six pairs based on sport strength (assuming all host teams are eligible), geographic considerations, and political and security restrictions. Qualified teams in the host country will get at least two games at home. Groups venues are paired as follows: </p><p> Group A: Rome, Italy, and Baku, Azerbaijan </p><p> Group B: Saint Petersburg, Russia, and Copenhagen, Denmark </p><p> Group C: Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Bucharest, Romania </p><p> Group D: London, England, and Glasgow, Scotland </p><p> Group E: Bilbao, Spain, and Dublin, Republic of Ireland </p><p> Group F: Munich, Germany, and Budapest, Hungary </p><p> The UEFA EURO draw took place on November 22, 2019, at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, with the playoff draw as well. In the draw, it was only necessary for Group B (Denmark and Russia), two balls to prepare, the first draw to host three matches. </p><p> FINAL DRAW</p><p> The draw for the UEFA EURO 2020 tournament was held at 18:00 on November 30, 2019, at the Romexpo in Bucharest, Romania. Twenty-four teams were divided into six groups. The winners of the playoffs were not known on November 30, 2019, so they have identified as playoff winner A to D. The teams' seeds according to the classification of the European qualifiers according to their results in EURO 2020. The following are the standard composition of the pots: </p><p> Pot 1: Group winners ranked 1–6 </p><p> Pot 2: Group winners ranked 7–10, group runners-up ranked 1–2 (11–12 overall) </p><p> Pot 3: Group runners-up ranked 3–8 (13–18 overall) </p><p> Pot 4: Group runners-up ranked 9–10 (19–20 overall), playoff winners A–D (identity unknown at the time of the draw) </p><p> The draw starts with Pot 1 and ends with Pot 4. From there, a team was drawn and assigned to the first available group. Next, the draw determined the position of the match schedule in the group. In the drawing, the following conditions apply: </p><p> The UEFA EURO host team is automatically assigned to the group based on the host city pairing. For political reasons, UEFA as a whole prohibits the clash of pairs of football teams. In addition to being unable to join the same group, the group of non-host countries cannot enter the group of countries with which they conflict, even if the host country is not qualified. Only one prohibited confrontation, Russia-Ukraine, applied in the draw of the group stage. However, prohibited conflicts are not excluded from the UEFA EURO elimination stage. </p><p> Facts about the 2020 UEFA EURO </p><p> Each qualifying national team must present a squad of 23 players at least 10 days before the start of the next match, three of which must be goalkeepers. If a player is injured or seriously ill to prevent him from playing before the team's first match, he may be replaced by another player. </p><p> Tickets for the UEFA EURO 2020 went on sale on December 5, 2019, and commonly sell out in days, much like hotel rooms do. Make sure you secure your hotels early with HotelCity.com. </p><p> Did you know if there is a tie-breaker in the event that two or more teams score the same score at the end of a group phase, the following break criteria apply: </p><p>Get more points in matches between the relevant teams; A better goal difference resulting from a match between the respective teams; The number of goals scored in a match between the respective teams; If teams continue to have the same rank in the UEFA EURO after applying criteria 1 to 3 (for example, if rules 1 to 3 apply to three qualifying teams, and these criteria separate one team from the other two), criteria 1 to 3 will apply exclusively to teams that are still at the level to determine their final ranking. If this procedure did not give rise to a decision, criteria 5 to 10 shall apply; Excellent goal difference for all EURO group matches; increase in the number of goals scored in all EURO group matches; increase in the number of wins in all EURO group matches; If in the last round of the group stage, two teams face, each team has the same score, the same number of goals and goals conceded, and score the level in their match, their ranking will be determined by the penalty. (This standard is not used if more than two teams are tied.); Clean play (1 yellow card, three red cards, three red cards direct as a result of two yellow cards); Position in the overall ranking of the UEFA European qualifiers. </p><p> During the knockout phase, if one match is tied at the end of regular playtime, additional time is played (twice 15 minutes each), and each soccer team can make a fourth substitution. If the match is still tied after the overtime, the game will be determined by the penalty shootout. With every football match since the 1984 European Cup, there is no third-place final in the knockout. The match for the third team depends on which four third team will qualify for round 16. </p><p> In February 2018, UEFA finalized the prize money. Every team across the qualifying nation’s organizations will receive a participation fee of €9.25 million, with the UEFA EURO 2020 winner possibly earning a maximum of €34 million. </p><p> The official UEFA EURO 2020 logo was presented at a ceremony held at London City Hall on September 21, 2016. The EURO logo shows the Henri Delaunay trophy, surrounded by fans on the bridge, and according to UEFA, the EURO logo represents how football connects across nations and drives people. Each host city also has its own unique logo. The rectangular logo has the text "UEFA 2020" on the top, the name of the city above the text "host city" on the bottom, all in capital letters, the primary logo of the UEFA EURO championship on the left, and a local bridge on the right. Each logo is available in English and, if applicable, changed in the local language. Each host’s logo was debuted from September 2016 to January 2017. </p><p> The official slogan of the UEFA EURO 2020 competition is "Live it. For Real". The motto is designed to encourage sports and soccer fans to buy tickets and watch the UEFA championship football matches live and in-person in stadiums across Europe next summer. HotelCity.com can assist you in finding accommodations in each city where you want to see a match. </p><p> On November 6, 2019, UEFA announced that the Uniforia of Adidas would be the officially licensed ball of the UEFA EURO tournament. Mainly white, the soccer ball has a black brush stroke with blue, neon, and pink stripes. The name comes from the partnership of "unity" and "euphoria." </p><p> The official UEFA EURO mascot of the 2020 competition, Skillzy, was revealed on March 24, 2019. Skillzy's international character is inspired by freestyle football, street football, and Panna culture. </p><p> On October 19, 2019, Martin Garrix, the world famous Dutch DJ, record producer, and football fan, was officially announced as the official music artist of the competition. Martin Garrix will produce the official song of the UEFA sporting event, as well as pre-competition music and television broadcast music. The official EURO song will be released in early 2020 and will be presented for the first time at the UEFA EURO opening ceremony of the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on June 12, 2020. </p><p> UEFA EURO 2020 partnership sponsors have been revealed and confirmed online as Alipay, Booking Holding, Coca-Cola, FedEx, Heineken, Hisense, Automotive, Volkswagen, and Takeaway.com. HotelCity works with sports teams, international sponsors, and organizations to sell guaranteed hotel rooms and full accommodations for every city for the 2020 UEFA EURO.</p>

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