European 2020 Qualifying Campaign
If you are looking to place wagers on the exciting Euro 2020 event, you will want to gather all the information on the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. There will be 55 teams that are trying to qualify for the championship finals. Qualifiers began March 2019 and will continue until March of 2020, when the Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs will take place.
If needed, there will be a final tournament draw that will be held on April 1, 2020. The euro 2020 final tournament will take place on June 12 in Rome and the European Cup Championship 2020 final game will be played at Wimbley Stadium, completing the euro cup schedule.
Euro 2020 Qualifying Groups
In 2019-20, there will be 10 groups of teams that are taking part in the Euro 2020 Qualifying rounds. Ten rounds of matches will be played, creating the full euro cup schedule. Games have already been played on March 21-26, June 7-8 and 10-11. The remaining Euro 2020 qualifying games will take place in September, October, and November.
Playoff positions will be determined by final ranking from the Nations League tourney instead of by qualifying group standings. The European championship 2020 will take place from June to July and 24 teams will be divided into 6 groups of four. The top two and the four leading third-place teams will make to the final 16.
Best Picks for Winning Euro 2020
While it may be early to start planning to bet on the Euro 2020 winner, there are already some top picks and predictions. France is a heavy favorite and they won the 2018 World Cup in Russia, so they are a top contender to be the 2020 winners.
Spain and Germany are also two picks to be the winners of the Euro cup. While both teams struggled at the 2018 World Cup games, they are ready to take on the best teams in the world and will surely present a strong run for the final in 2020.
After an intense Euro Cup schedule and many amazing games, Portugal were the winners of Euro 2016. The final game was played on July 10, 2016, and Portugal defeated France in extra time, 1-0. The Euro 2016 was the first tournament that consisted of 24 teams, an expansion from the 16 team line-up that had been used since 1996.
This was the first win for Portugal, allowing the team to compete in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup that was held in Russia. Unlike the Euro 2020 Qualifying games, there were just 53 national sides that were in the Euro 2016 qualifying rounds and they competed for 23 places in the final tournament that was held in France.