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The European Championships are, after the World Cup, one of the major international tournaments, competed for every four years between teams from Europe. After a seeded draw in qualification, the best 24 teams will go up against each other in the finals next summer.
For the first time ever, the finals will be held not in one or two specific countries but across the continent with matches at 12 different venues including England’s Wembley Stadium, which will host both semi-finals and the final of the competition.
The holders are Portugal after lifting the title in France in Euro 2016, beating the holders and the likes of Italy, Spain, Germany and Denmark have got their hands on the trophy before now.
As well as looking ahead to qualifying matches for Euro 2020 as it gets underway in March 2019, we will also look ahead to the tournament itself keep on top of all the outright markets with winner, top scorer and more available as we approach the finals.
Our team of dedicated writers will also use the international break to find doubles, trebles and even accumulators for the next round of Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures.
With the next tournament set to take place in stadiums across the continent, more teams than ever will be battling it out to reach a place in the 24-team final and we will bring you our tips and predictions for each and every qualifier. Then of course once we reach the tournament, our coverage will be as extensive as ever as we bring you the latest news from each camp, focus on star players and fixtures and let you know everything you need to know about the finals in the summer of 2020.
You can find dedicated match predictions for every Euro 2020 qualifier and finals game on our football previews hub, packed with additional analysis on every fixture.