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Euro 2021

Could it really be coming home?

Twenty-four teams are playing across 51 matches in 12 cities, the European Championships aka The Euros is underway, finally.

It all ends at Wembley Stadium with the final, which takes place on Sunday July 11.

England enter the tournament as one of the favourites to lift the trophy. The Three Lions will have home advantage for the group stages, with their last 16 game (should they win their group) and then the semi-final and final, if they get that far. This could be England’s best chance since 1996 of lifting the trophy for the first time… fitting that 25 years on from it’s chart debut, Football could actually be coming home!

England Team Euro 2021

Stats (provided by Wikipedia):
The fifteen European Championship tournaments have been won by ten national teams: Germany and Spain have each won three titles, France has won two titles, and the Soviet UnionItalyCzechoslovakia, the NetherlandsDenmarkGreece and Portugal have won one title each.

To date, Spain is the only team in history to have won consecutive titles, doing so in 2008 and 2012.

It is the second-most watched football tournament in the world after the FIFA World Cup. The Euro 2012 final was watched by a global audience of around 300 million.[3]

All our venues such as Waxy O’Connor’s London and Glasgow, The Fox, Crown & Anchor, Barley Mow, Prince Alfred and even The World’s End Camden, will be screening all the matches, please see individual websites for full fixtures or follow them on social media.

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