The 16th edition of the UEFA Euro, began on June 11, Round of 16, Euro cup in Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand time
After two weeks of group stage action, Turkey, Russia, North Macedonia, Scotland, Poland, Hungary, Finland, and Slovakia have all been eliminated.
The last games of the group stage will determine the fate of some of the Euro Cup 2021’s biggest names who have yet to hit top gear.
Defending champion Portugal is in danger of missing out on the second round if Cristiano Ronaldo’s side loses their final group game against France on June 24 (Indian time) and Hungary upsets Germany.
Spain, France, Germany, and Croatia, the 2018 World Cup finalist, are among the teams whose fates are determined by their final group stage games.
Euro Cup Round of 16 Teams
|Group||Winner||Runner-up||Best four third-placed teams|
Euro Cup Round of 16 Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand time
June 26, Saturday
Match 1 – Wales vs Denmark (12:00 am, Amsterdam)
June 27, Sunday (NST)
Match 2 – Italy vs Austria (03:00 am, London)
Match 3- Netherlands vs Czech Republic (12:00 am, Budapest)
June 28, Monday (NST)
Match 4 – Belgium vs Portugal (03:00 am, Seville)
Match 5 – Croatia vs Spain (12:00 am, Copenhagen)
June 29, Tuesday (NST)
Match 6 – France vs Switzerland (3 am, Bucharest)
Match 7 – England vs Germany (12 am, London)
June 30, Wednesday (NST)
Match 8 – Sweden vs Ukraine (3 am, Glasgow)
July 2, Friday (NST)
QF1: Winner 6 vs Winner 5 (12 am, St Petersburg)
July 3, Saturday (NST)
QF2: Winner 4 vs Winner 2 (3 am, Munich)
QF3: Winner 3 vs Winner 1 (12 am, Baku)
July 4, Sunday (NST)
QF4: Winner 8 vs Winner 7 (3 am, Rome)
July 7, Wednesday (NST)
SF1: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1 (3 am, London)
July 8, Thursday (NST)
SF2: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 (3 am, London)