Euro 2020 Knockout Bracket: Matchups, Times for Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Final


The quarterfinal field at Euro 2020 is set, and it’s not really one that meets pre-competition assumptions.

Gone are the three titans from the vaunted Group of Death: the reigning champ (Portugal), the dominant World Cup champion and hefty top pick (France) and Germany. Progressing are any semblance of Switzerland, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Denmark, the last of which conquered a brush with death for its charm and continued on through the gathering stage and round of 16. Indeed, even England won an Euros knockout match in ordinary time without precedent for its set of experiences.

What we’re left with is a capricious field that actually includes a few forces to be reckoned with to oblige the unexpected visitors. Can world No. 1 Belgium at last case a prize for its brilliant age? Will Italy proceed with its noteworthy run regardless of enduring a panic because of Austria? Would spain be able to turn into the untouched best country in the opposition’s set of experiences? Will England bring it home? Or on the other hand will a genuine stunner as per Greece 2004 blow our mind and win everything?

Here are the matchups, times and areas for the four quarterfinal matchups—and the following elimination rounds and last—as the street to lift the prize at Wembley Stadium proceeds (results will be refreshed as they happen):


Friday, July 2

12 p.m. ET: Switzerland versus Spain in Saint Petersburg

3 p.m. ET: Belgium versus Italy in Munich

Saturday July 3

12 p.m. ET: Czech Republic versus Denmark in Baku

3 p.m. ET: England versus Ukraine in Rome


Tuesday, July 6

3 p.m. ET: Switzerland/Spain versus Belgium/Italy in London

Wednesday, July 7

3 p.m. ET: Czech Republic/Denmark versus Britain/Ukraine in London


Sunday, July 11

3 p.m. ET: Belgium/Italy/Switzerland/Spain versus Ukraine/England/Czech Republic/Denmark in London

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