On this page: Overview Corona Virus and new dates Who has qualified? Play-Off Early favourites Tipsters odds FAQ As we expected, the tournament has now been postponed until 2021 due to the recent Coronavirus pandemic across the UK and Europe. The new dates have been confirmed as 11th June to 11th July 2021. The idea to move it all back one year instead of trying to squeeze it in this year is down to a number of factors. This page should provide you with exactly that and offers a comprehensive guide to the tournament to get you ready to place the smart bets when the time comes. Watch the Euro 2020 online Bet on the UEFA European Championship 2020 with a free bet No Code Required 4/5 Bet £5 get £30 Go to Betvictor Go to review T&Cs apply. No Code Required 4.2/5 £10 free bet on your first deposit Go to Ruby Bet Go to review New players only. Minimum stake £10, minimum odds 1.5, stake not returned. 10x wagering the winnings from the free bet. Wagering occurs from real balance first. 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Exchange bets excluded. T&Cs apply. See more Overview of the Euro 2020As a quick guide to the tournament, the Euro 2021 will the championship where international teams from across Europe will battle it to become European international champions. In total, 55 teams are eligible entered the qualification stage, but some have already gone out of the competition already as the group stages came to a close in November. While others have already qualified and some are still set to continue battling it out in the play-off stages. In 2021, there will be a total of 24 teams remaining that will be playing in the Euro 2021 finals. Here they will battle it out in another group stage, a round of 16, a quarter-final, a semi-final and then, eventually, the final.It has been 4 years since the last Euro competition which took place in France, at which Portugal came out as the champions so they will be defending that title at this year’s competition. However, unlike previous competitions, whereby one nation hosted the tournament, this year the games will be played in stadiums across Europe, including both big and small nations. This means that some of the best stadiums in Europe will showcase the tournament. Countries such as Germany, Netherlands, Scotland, and even Azerbaijan, to name just a few, will host some games, but the biggest events, including the final, will be held at The Wembley Stadium, London.Status of the EURO 2020 following the CoronavirusMoving the Euros back to 2021 will allow all the domestic leagues and European tournaments enough time to play out this season. All of the major leagues and cups have been delayed for now but there are plans being made to ensure that they all finish before the end of the summer. Trying to shoehorn the Euro 2020 tournament in as well would have been impossible, not to mention the issues surrounding the non-stop schedule for all the players involved.As it stands, the summer of 2021 looks set to be full of football with the Women’s Euro Championship, the Nation’s League and the European Under-21 Championships all supposedly taking place. Some of these tournaments will be rescheduled in some sort of way but there are no concrete details as of yet.One thing is clear though and that is we will all have to wait another year for the Euros and perhaps that might be a good thing for us. Our captain and several players are currently injured and they would have been struggling to get 100% fit anyway. So, it seems that every cloud has a silver lining!The Euros so farThe qualification period for the tournament has now been on-going for nearly a year. At this point, in fact, the first stage, the group stages, has now been completed.The way in which this worked is that all the teams play against one another twice and whoever secured the most points during these results rose higher in the table.The finals top two teams of each 10 groups in the qualifying group stages have already made it to the finals automatically. As opposed to previous tournaments, goal difference was not a factor in tie-breaks where points were the same, and instead, head to head results decided the top sports. As this is now over, 20 teams have so far qualified. In terms of who has qualified, you will be likely unsurprised as mostly these teams are made up of the biggest names in international football in Europe.