At long last, Euro 2020 is here! Twenty-four teams across 11 host cities promise to make the Euros a festival of football.
France, the winner of the last World Cup, is the favorite to win the competition. Les Bleus face some tough immediate tests, with Germany and Portugal aligned with them in Group F.
France’s Kylian Mbappe, Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo and England’s Harry Kane are among the star players we will see in the top group-stage games.
The tournament begins tomorrow, Friday in Rome, with Italy taking on Turkey. The competition is spread out across 11 arenas in 11 different European nations. Two sites are assigned to each group.
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