EURO 2024

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Overview of UEFA EURO 2024

The final part of EURO 2024 will take place in Germany from June 14 to July 14, 2024, in 10 cities. The decision to entrust Germany with hosting the final part of the 17th European Football Championship was made by the UEFA Executive Committee on September 27, 2018, at a meeting in Nyon. At the same time, the EURO 2024 start date was also determined. This raises the question of how many teams qualify for EURO 2024, setting the stage for an exciting tournament. At the same time, the EURO 2024 qualification table was finalized, consisting of 24 teams selected for the championship based on the results of the preliminary group stage. The EURO 2024 final date UEFA was set for Sunday, July 14.

TOURNAMENT SYMBOLS

Any fan knows that before a major UEFA competition, a new football is presented. EURO was no exception, and in November 2023, UEFA, together with Adidas, released a ball named “FUSSBALLLIEBE,” which translates from German as “love for football.” The EURO 2024 ball looks quite beautiful and is priced at 300 EUR at the current exchange rate in the official Adidas store. The ball will be equipped with the “Connected Ball” technology, which allows for quick and accurate determination of offside positions.

The official song of the EURO Championship 2024 is the composition “FIRE” created by the Italian electronic trio “Meduza,” the American pop-rock band “OneRepublic,” and the German pop singer “Leony.” The composition will be performed by them at the closing ceremony of the tournament, which will take place on July 14 in Berlin. The trio “Meduza” created a series of compositions to supplement the television scenes, music for the teams entering the field, and for the trophy presentation. Official playlists with the compositions are already available on popular music platforms.

At the same time as the song’s release, UEFA launched the hashtag “#LightYourFire” on social media, encouraging fans to share their passions and celebrate the union of music and football with the chance to win tickets to the final in Berlin.

The mascot of the upcoming tournament is a bear. This animal became the mascot of the European Championship for the first time. Following a vote among schoolchildren, the mascot was named Albert. Other names considered in the voting included Bernardo, Bernhart, and Gert von Ber. The EURO 2024 mascot was introduced on June 20 at a friendly match between the German National Team and the Colombian National Team.

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Host Cities and Venues of EURO 2024

The entire tournament, including the EURO 2024 qualifying fixtures, consists of 51 matches, of which 36 are group stage matches. A total of 10 cities located in various parts of Germany, known as the EURO 2024 venues, were selected to host the competition.

These cities not only promise to offer world-class facilities but also a unique cultural and historical experience for fans and teams alike. The chosen venues are known for their modern amenities and capability to handle large crowds, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for all attendees.

CityStadium / Capacity
MunichFußball Arena / 70,076
BerlinOlympiastadion / 74,461
DortmundWestfalenstadion / 65,849
StuttgartStuttgart Arena / 54,906
GelsenkirchenArena AufSchalke / 54,740
FrankfurtWaldstadion / 54,697
HamburgVolksparkstadion / 52,245
DüsseldorfDüsseldorf Arena / 51,031
CologneStadion Köln / 49,827
LeipzigZentralstadion / 42,959
Olympiastadion

Olympiastadion – The Olympiastadion was built on August 1, 1936, in Berlin. It is the largest stadium of EURO 2024 with a capacity of seventy-one thousand spectators. Since 1985, it has been hosting the final matches of the German Cup and annually hosts one of the stages of the IAAF Golden League in athletics.

Volksparkstadion

Volksparkstadion – This arena is located in Hamburg and has a rich and interesting history. The stadium has hosted boxing matches, concerts by Michael Jackson and “Rammstein”, and matches of the 1974 World Cup. Hamburg is a football city, but the team that owns this stadium has been playing in the second division league for several years. Until the 18/19 season, “Hamburg” was the only German team that had never been relegated to the second league.

Arena AufSchalke

Arena AufSchalke – Not long ago, “Schalke” played in the Champions League, but now the team is in the middle of the Second Bundesliga. The club has faced financial problems, and if they are not resolved, they might consider selling the stadium, which has been owned by them since 2001. “AufSchalke” is a large and beautiful stadium. Being in the Second Bundesliga, “Schalke’s” average attendance this season is almost on par with “Real Madrid.” However, the “miners” do not play in the Champions League, and they do not have stars like Bellingham in their lineup. In Gelsenkirchen, football is loved, and there will be a full house at EURO.

Fußball Arena

Fußball Arena – The home arena of “Bayern” is one of the most recognizable stadiums in the world. The arena was built in 2005. “Bayern” and “Munich – 1860” built it together, but now the Bavarians are the sole owners.

Zentralstadion – The home stadium of “Leipzig” was built in 1956, and until the reconstruction in 1998, it was the largest stadium in Germany and was called “Central Stadium.”

Zentralstadion

In 2010, the Australian company “Red Bull” leased the stadium and renamed it “Red Bull Arena.” An interesting fact – in 2006, at the then “Central Stadium,” a match between the national teams of France and South Korea took place. The match ended in a draw, and Zinedine Zidane was unhappy with this. Unable to contain his disappointment, he punched the locker room door. The administration of the “Leipzig” stadium decided not to repair the door damaged by Zinedine Zidane, but instead placed a golden frame around the impact site, preserving it as a memento of the player, accompanied by the inscription “Souvenir from Z.”

Westfalenstadion

Westfalenstadion – The European Championship could not pass by one of the largest arenas in Germany. The home stadium of “Borussia Dortmund” is famous for its atmosphere and the iconic “Yellow Wall” stand.

Düsseldorf Arena

Düsseldorf Arena – is one of the smallest capacity stadiums, but even it accommodates fifty-one thousand spectators. Düsseldorf is known not only for its stadium and team “Fortuna,” but also for its bars and pubs, of which there are more than two hundred in the city.

Stadion Köln

Stadion Köln – The home stadium of “Cologne” was reconstructed before the 2006 World Cup. Currently, the arena accommodates almost fifty thousand spectators and regularly hosts hockey and football matches. Five matches will take place at the stadium.

Waldstadion

Waldstadion – The home stadium of “Eintracht” was opened in 1922, but by 1981 the team faced financial difficulties and was forced to sell the stadium to city authorities. The stadium was reconstructed again in 1995, which reduced its capacity. In 2008, a group of local companies bought the naming rights from the city management and returned its historical name “Eintracht-Stadion.”

Stuttgart Arena

Stuttgart Arena – The stadium was built in 1933 according to the design of architect Paul Bonatz. The history of the arena is closely intertwined with the Third Reich, and from 1933 to 1945 it was called “Adolf Hitler Kampfbahn.” However, those times are long behind, and the stadium has changed its name several times. The home arena of “Stuttgart” accommodates almost fifty-five thousand spectators and will host five matches of EURO 2024.

Qualification, Teams, and Groups for EURO 2024

The EURO 2024 ballot for the group stage took place on December 2 in Hamburg, Germany. At the group stage of the final, all teams are divided into 6 groups, with 4 national teams in each, according to the UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying standings. This stage will be crucial, as it will determine the further fate of the participants: the two best teams from each group will automatically advance to the next round, and the four best teams that finish third will also continue to compete in the playoffs. This system, structured around the EURO 2024 groups, makes the competition particularly tense and interesting, as each game can be decisive. Fans can expect exciting matches full of unpredictability and drama, in which each team will strive to prove its superiority and earn a place in the history of European football.

It is impossible to definitively list any team as the EURO 2024 favourites. One can only speculate by assessing the chances of each national team. But, as the saying goes, the field is rectangular, the ball is round, and anything can happen.

GroupA
 Hungary
 Germany
 Switzerland
 Scotland

As the host nation, the German team was placed in the first pot of the EURO 2024 draw pots. Their opponents were determined by Gianluigi Buffon, who drew the balls from the pots. At first glance, everything in this group seems predictable: Germany will take first place, Switzerland second. Scotland will try to show good results and advance to the play-off stage from the third place. Hungary, with all due respect to the team, is unlikely to pose serious competition to these giants. However, this is where player motivation could play its role. The fact that the Hungarians have made it to the final part of the championship is already an achievement. And essentially, they have nothing to lose. They do not carry the burden of responsibility like Germany or Switzerland. Therefore, they will play more freely and cohesively. These two factors can compensate for the lack of experience in high-ranking competitions and the absence of star players in their lineup.

According to analysts, the most challenging position in this group is for the Scottish team, as their first match (the opening match of the championship) is against the host team, Germany. That the Allianz Arena in Munich will be packed to the brim on June 14th is beyond doubt. The fervent support of their fans will continuously push the Germans forward. If the Scots manage not to lose this match, or at least concede the minimum number of goals, it will be seen as a feat. Their schedule then becomes simpler – matches against Switzerland and the final game with Hungary, which will be decisive in terms of points and indicators.

Considering these factors, it can be said that Hungary has the toughest schedule in this group – their first two matches are against the favorites, Switzerland and Germany. And Hungary’s last match will be against Scotland. What Hungary’s results will be by that game is unknown. It can be firmly stated that the Scots will be better off in terms of indirect indicators; therefore, their motivation to win with the maximum score will be higher.

GroupB
 Albania
 Spain
 Italy
 Croatia

The EURO 2024 draw was merciless to Group B. On the one hand, this group is a mystery as to who among the strong trio of Spain, Croatia, and Italy will take first place. On the other hand, it is quite clear who will end up in the last place. Competing with such teams, the Albanian team is unlikely to be able due to a lack of experience and adequate player qualifications. And no matter the schedule, each team from the top trio will consider the Albanian team as a provider of points and metrics.

Spain will try to realize its potential, which is quite high. But in every tournament of this rank, the Spaniards either burn out or, due to excessive confidence in themselves, finish it with a result that is unsatisfactory for themselves.

Separately, it is worth focusing on the Italian national team – the current European champion. In the qualifying round, the Italians showed quite a lackluster game. If the Spaniards qualified for the final stage long before the end of the qualifying cycle, then for the Italians, everything was decided in the last match against the Ukraine team. In the final minutes of the meeting, in their penalty area, the Italians committed a foul. According to all specialists’ opinions and the results of viewing the episode – this is an unquestionable penalty. If this had happened, and the penalty had been awarded, and if it had been converted, the Italians would have been completely out of the final tournament. But here the greed of football officials played a significant role, and the penalty was not awarded, which caused a serious scandal among the football community. The UEFA officials were guided by the following: what kind of final tournament would it be without the current champion, and the Italians were literally dragged into the final part by the ears.

The Croatians, led by Luka Modric, will try to show their standard game, based on excellent discipline and high qualifications of the players. The team’s achievements in recent international competitions are higher than those of the Spaniards. Therefore, one can expect solid play and positive results from this national team.

GroupC
 England
 Denmark
 Slovenia
 Serbia

This group can be metaphorically described as 2×2. The undisputed leaders here are the England and Denmark teams, which brilliantly proved themselves during the qualification phase. The English are always full of ambition and self-respect, but this often does not play in their favor. With a stable and highly qualified lineup, they are undeniably expected to take one of the top places and advance to the next stage of the competition.

The Danes, with their calculated and pragmatic football, can challenge any team. Recall 1992 – another European Championship, which the Danes did not qualify for initially. But due to the war in Yugoslavia and the disqualification of its team at the last moment, the Danes found themselves in the final stage. Gathering players from their vacations, they managed to create a team that eventually won the tournament.

The remaining two teams, Slovenia and Serbia, are roughly equal in potential. It should be noted that Serbian footballers have more experience playing at the international level than the Slovenians. The battle between them will unfold for third place and the chance to move on to the next stage of the tournament due to better performance indicators. In this context, the match between these two rivals, scheduled for June 20th, will be extremely interesting.

GroupD
 Austria
 Netherlands
 Poland
 France

In this group, there is a clear leader but no obvious outsider. However, there is intrigue: both France and the Netherlands competed in the same group during the qualification for the final part of the tournament. The French won both matches (4:0 at home and 1:2 away). Can the Dutch take revenge in the head-to-head match? In our opinion, unlikely.

Of course, the French national team will dominate here. But the final ranking of the teams is still in question. Kylian Mbappe is leaving PSG, and the European Championship gives him a great chance to increase his market value, regardless of which club he joins next. But the French team’s game is not built solely on Kylian. It has plenty of top-level players who stand out due to their physical fitness and game intelligence. Much depends on the coaching staff, whose main task is to choose the right tactics and fully utilize the players’ potential.

In contrast to Mbappe, the Poles can field Robert Lewandowski. However, at the moment, he is not fully fit. At Barcelona, he has not shown everything he did in the Bundesliga. Playing on familiar German fields might positively affect the entire national team’s performance. Although most experts consider the Polish national team likely the group’s outsider, we believe this is premature. Considering Poland’s proximity to the championship cities, the stadiums will be filled with Polish fans who know how to drive their footballers forward. Moreover, German fans are interested in the Poles creating as many problems as possible for both the French and the Dutch. Thus, the Polish national team’s support in German arenas is guaranteed, which is already half the battle. Additionally, the schedule for the Poles is more or less favorable. Their last game is against the French national team, which may have already resolved all its tasks by this game and might ease off a bit.

As for the Dutch, this team can be described as a paradox. Having excellent players in their lineup, the overall team play leaves much to be desired. Likely, this reflects the individualism factor of each player. No matter how professional the players are, if each footballer pulls the blanket to themselves, nothing good will come of it. It’s well known that football is a team game, and the efforts of a few hardly matter.

The Austrians are the most unpredictable team in this tournament. Without having multi-star players in their lineup, the team shows coherent and pragmatic football against more titled teams. From this team, one can expect anything, from brilliant play against favorites to a mediocre approach to matches with equal opponents.

Group E
 Belgium
 Romania
 Slovakia
 Ukraine

Also, like in Group D, there is a clear favorite here (the Belgium national team) and a trio of approximately equal teams in strength. Both De Bruyne and Lukaku are currently in excellent form. Moreover, they should be motivated by the fact that the other group opponents are unlikely to prevent them from confidently taking first place.

The Ukraine national team received a kind of compensation for all the misunderstandings that occurred in the qualifying cycle through no fault of their own. It’s enough to recall the last game in this stage against Italy, where a penalty was not awarded in the final minutes. If the penalty had been given and converted, Ukraine would have directly qualified for the final part of the tournament, and Italy would have been eliminated. The draw in this match forced the team to reach the EURO finals through two playoff matches against the teams of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland. On the other hand, winning these matches gave the Ukrainian players additional experience and confidence.

In this group, Ukraine and Slovakia can be considered equal in terms of strength and capabilities. However, in terms of team cohesion, Slovakia lags far behind. The qualifying games confirmed this. Although Slovakia directly qualified for the finals, their matches against the strong opponent in the group (Portugal) were completely lost. Just look at the final table: the gap between the first place, which was taken by Portugal, and the second (Slovakia) was a significant 15 points. For comparison, with such a point margin (15 points), the Albanian national team qualified for the tournament finals from the first place in their qualifying group.

The Romania national team unexpectedly took first place in their qualifying group with a 5-point lead over the group favorite, Switzerland. However, most experts agree that this was a one-time occurrence. Whether this is true or not will be shown by the first game against their direct competitor for a place in the playoffs – the Ukraine national team, which will take place on June 17 at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

GroupF
 Georgia
 Portugal
 Turkey
 Czech Republic

Another group with a clear favorite – the Portuguese team led by world football legend Cristiano Ronaldo. Despite his advanced age by football standards (38 years), Cristiano is still in excellent physical shape, as evidenced by his 32 goals scored in the Saudi Arabian championship. It’s clear that comparing the intensity and passion between the Saudi league and a pan-European tournament is not entirely fair, but his mere presence in the team should instill a high morale among the players. This is reflected in the qualifying round results, where the Portuguese team took first place with an astonishing record, amassing 32 points and winning all their matches. Given their stellar performance, the Portuguese team has excellent chances of winning the tournament, as reflected in the favorable EURO 2024 odds.

The Turkish team also secured first place in their group, but with a more modest result of 17 points, narrowly surpassing Croatia by just one point. Although the team’s participation in the final stage of EURO 2024 was in serious doubt due to lackluster performances at the start of the qualifying round, they have managed to qualify. Currently, the Turkish team lacks standout performers capable of leading the game on the field. However, the team is strong in its collective spirit, which can prevail over the individual skills of other players.

It appears that the Czech team initially assumed they would qualify for the tournament’s final stage without much effort. They likely considered only the Polish team as a serious contender, disregarding the other teams (Moldova, Faroe Islands, and Albania). This overconfidence backfired. After winning their first match against Poland (3:1), the Czechs relaxed to the point of losing to the Faroe Islands 3:0 and drawing a goalless match with Moldova. These mistakes were costly. The team barely managed to qualify for the tournament’s finals, securing second place and allowing Albania to take the top spot in their group.

The Georgian team has never before participated in the final stages of international tournaments organized under UEFA. This is their debut, and time will tell how successful it will be. The team reached Germany through playoff matches. In the first match, they defeated Luxembourg. In the second match, the Georgians managed to overcome Greece on the latter’s home field. Here, the team’s spirit and cohesion were crucial. Under tremendous pressure from Greek fans, the team kept a clean sheet for over 120 minutes, pushing the match to a penalty shootout. The team spirit and unity around their leader, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, were evident. The Georgians responded to the Greeks’ two goals with four precise shots.

Although most experts consider the Georgian team the clear underdog in this group, our analysts disagree. This is a team with character, motivated, technically skilled, and led by one of the most valuable and sought-after footballers today.

Schedule and Fixtures of EURO 2024

The draw for the final stage of EURO 2024 took place on Saturday, December 2, 2023. The group stage, as per the EURO 2024 schedule, will run from June 14 to June 26. Each team in this stage of the tournament will play 3 matches. The top two teams in each of the six groups, along with the four best third-placed teams, will advance to the round of 16 (playoffs) based on the EURO 2024 fixtures.

This EURO 2024 table shows the qualifying group stage matches:

EURO 2024 dates – Time (GMT +2)Group / TeamsCity
14 June – 21:00A / Germany – ScotlandMunich
15 June – 15:00A / Hungary – SwitzerlandCologne
15 June – 18:00B / Spain – CroatiaBerlin
15 June – 21:00B / Italy – AlbaniaDortmund
16 June – 15:00D / Poland – NetherlandsHamburg
16 June – 18:00C / Slovenia – DenmarkStuttgart
16 June – 21:00C / Serbia – EnglandGelsenkirchen
17 June – 15:00E / Romania – UkraineMunich
17 June – 18:00E / Belgium – SlovakiaFrankfurt
17 June – 21:00D / Austria – FranceDüsseldorf
18 June – 18:00F / Turkey – GeorgiaDortmund
18 June – 21:00F / Portugal – Czech RepublicLeipzig
19 June – 15:00B / Croatia – AlbaniaHamburg
19 June – 18:00A / Germany – HungaryStuttgart
19 June – 21:00A / Scotland – SwitzerlandCologne
20 June – 15:00C / Slovenia – SerbiaMunich
20 June – 18:00C / Denmark – EnglandFrankfurt
20 June – 21:00B / Spain – ItalyGelsenkirchen
21 June – 15:00E / Slovakia – UkraineDüsseldorf
21 June – 18:00D / Poland – AustriaBerlin
21 June – 21:00D / Netherlands – FranceLeipzig
22 June – 15:00F / Georgia – Czech RepublicHamburg
22 June – 18:00F / Turkey – PortugalDortmund
22 June – 21:00E / Belgium – RomaniaCologne
23 June – 21:00A / Scotland – HungaryStuttgart
23 June – 21:00A / Switzerland – GermanyFrankfurt
24 June – 21:00B / Albania – SpainDüsseldorf
24 June – 21:00B / Croatia – ItalyLeipzig
25 June – 18:00D / France – PolandDortmund
25 June – 18:00D / Netherlands – AustriaBerlin
25 June – 21:00C / Denmark – SerbiaMunich
25 June – 21:00C / England – SloveniaCologne
26 June – 18:00E / Ukraine – BelgiumStuttgart
26 June – 18:00E / Slovakia – RomaniaFrankfurt
26 June – 21:00F / Czech Republic – TurkeyHamburg
26 June – 21:00F / Georgia – PortugalGelsenkirchen

The EURO 2024 fixture dates are arranged so that teams have at least four days to travel to another city and rest. The football tournament will kick off with excitement as the hosts, Germany, take on their Group A opponents, Scotland, in Munich. In other thrilling clashes, the reigning continental champions, Italy, will face Spain and Croatia in Group B, while World Cup finalists France will meet the Netherlands in Group D.
From June 29 to July 2, the round of 16 matches, part of the EURO 2024 playoffs, will take place. The quarter-final matches are scheduled for July 5 and 6 at 18:00 and 21:00. The semi-final matches will be held on July 9 and 10 at 21:00. The EURO 2024 final will take place on July 14 at 21:00.

Notable Players to Watch in EURO 2024

First and foremost, close attention should be paid to Cristiano Ronaldo. It is possible that this is the last high-ranking international tournament in which the player will participate. In this tournament, Cristiano is the most decorated and, likely, the oldest player. We hope Ronaldo will show his best side.
The same can be said for Luka Modric, the Croatian veteran who was long-time teammates with Ronaldo at Real Madrid.
But EURO is a tournament that will allow young players to showcase their potential and abilities. Our experts have compiled a list of 10 young players to watch during EURO 2024 and focus on those who are yet to make a significant impact on the history of world football.

Player (Age)Position/ClubTransfermarkt value
Nico Williams (21)
Spain
Left-winger
Athletic Bilbao
€50m (£42.7m)
Antonio Silva (20)
Portugal
Centre-back
Benfica
€45m (£38.4m)
Johan Bakayoko (20)
Belgium
Right winger
PSV
€40m (£34.2m)
Giorgio Scalvini (20)
Italy
Centre-back
Atalanta
€40m (£34.2m)
Benjamin Sekso (20)
Slovenia
Centre-forward
RB Leipzig
€30m (£25.6m)
Hugo Larsson (19)
Sweden
Central midfield
Eintracht Frankfurt
€28m (£23.9m)
Lazar Samardzic (21)
Serbia
Central midfield
Udinese
€20m (£17.1m)
Milos Kerkez (20)
Hungary
Left-back
Bournemouth
€20m (£17.1m)
Kristjan Asllani (21)
Albania
Defensive midfield
Inter
€14m (£11.9m)
Kenan Yildiz (18)
Turkey
Second striker
Juventus
€10m (£8.5m)
Nico Williams

Nico Williams – 21-year-old Nico Williams has attracted the attention of Europe’s top clubs with his speed and skills on the flanks. The Spanish talent was previously linked with Barcelona, Liverpool, and Aston Villa. However, Williams committed his future to Athletic Bilbao, signing a contract extension in December 2023 that will keep him at the club until 2027. Williams had an impressive 2023/24 season for Athletic Bilbao in La Liga, scoring four goals and providing 10 assists in 21 matches. His performances suggest that he is ready to showcase his talent on the world stage during EURO 2024.

Antonio Silva

Antonio Silva – debuted for his country on the international stage with a convincing 4-0 victory over Nigeria just a week before the 2022 World Cup. His performance caught the attention of the coaching staff, resulting in his inclusion in the final 26-man squad. The tall and imposing center-back made a significant impression during the tournament in Qatar, which undoubtedly raised his profile. However, despite the recognition, Silva may still be relatively unknown to many football enthusiasts.

Johan Bakayoko

Johan Bakayoko – had an exceptional 2023/24 season with PSV, who currently top the Eredivisie with a comfortable 10-point lead over second-placed Feyenoord. The 20-year-old winger is in fine form, scoring six goals and providing 13 assists for the Dutch club. He has also made nine appearances for the Belgian national team, showcasing his talent on the international stage. Liverpool has previously been linked with Bakayoko, and an outstanding performance at EURO 2024 could potentially reignite their interest. With renewed rumors about Mohamed Salah’s potential move to Saudi Arabia, Bakayoko could be seen as the ideal candidate to replace the Egyptian forward if the move materializes.

Giorgio Scalvini

Giorgio Scalvini – The promising Italian defender has attracted interest from top Premier League clubs. According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, and Manchester United are admirers of the 6-foot-4 center-back. However, Atalanta, Scalvini’s current club, is reluctant to part with their valuable asset and is delaying any negotiations until the summer of 2024.

Benjamin Sesko – had an outstanding 2022/23 season with RB Salzburg, which led to his €24 million (£20.5 million) move to Bundesliga club RB Leipzig in the summer of 2023. Before this transfer, Manchester United had been monitoring the Slovenian forward and even held talks with him and his agent. However, United decided that Sesko was not yet ready to adapt to the Premier League.

Benjamin Sesko

Consequently, RB Leipzig seized the opportunity to secure the signature of the highly-rated forward. Sesko has made an impressive start to the 2023/24 season, scoring seven goals in eight matches. His performances have already attracted the attention of English clubs, with Newcastle United reportedly showing strong interest in signing the left-footed forward. The club has identified him as a primary target in the upcoming summer transfer window. However, if Sesko excels at EURO 2024, he may face stiff competition from other top clubs vying for his signature.

Hugo Larsson

Hugo Larsson – At the age of 17, he was awarded the “Player of the Year” in the Swedish league in 2022. He played a key role in helping Malmo win the championship title the following season before moving to Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt for a fee of €7.5 million (£6.4 million).

Since moving to Frankfurt, the 19-year-old midfielder has excelled in Germany. He ranks among the top 13% for interceptions and the top 20% for blocks compared to players in his position in the top five leagues, the Champions League, and the Europa League. This statistic highlights his defensive abilities and his knack for disrupting opponents’ play.

Lazar Samardzic

Lazar Samardzic – The Serbian international, who has only made five appearances for his national team, is a creative midfielder who, according to FBREF, shares a similar playing style with Julian Brandt of Borussia Dortmund and John McGinn of Aston Villa. The 21-year-old midfielder has attracted interest from Serie A giants Milan, as well as Juventus and Napoli. Competition for his signature could intensify if he performs well at EURO 2024 for Serbia, with whom he made his debut in March 2023. Samardzic’s statistics on FBREF are impressive. He ranks in the top 4% for passes completed per 90 minutes and in the top 6% for goal-creating actions. These numbers highlight his versatility and constant drive to make a difference in the final third of the match, rather than opting for the safe option.

Milos Kerkez

Milos Kerkez – At the age of 20, he has already made a significant impact on the Hungarian national team, having played 13 matches for the senior squad. According to Transfermarkt, he is currently ranked as the second most valuable player in Hungary, after Dominik Szoboszlai. In the summer of 2023, Kerkez transferred from AZ Alkmaar to Bournemouth for £15.5 million and has since made 15 league appearances for the Cherries, who are currently 12th under the management of Andoni Iraola. In May 2023, The Scouting App published a highly positive report on Kerkez, particularly highlighting his contribution in the attacking phase. The report described him as an invaluable asset, who tirelessly operates and creates goal-scoring opportunities even in the later stages of matches. Kerkez is also praised for his bravery and strong character in taking possession in advanced positions. These qualities make him an intriguing prospect to watch.

Kristjan Asllani

Kristjan Asllani – The Albanian midfielder joined Serie A giants Inter Milan from Empoli in the summer of 2022. At just 21 years old, he has already made an impressive 48 appearances for the Nerazzurri. Asllani is also a valuable asset for the Albanian national team, having earned 16 caps and scored two goals in victories over Armenia and the Faroe Islands. He is considered one of Albania’s most valuable players. Statistically, Asllani stands out as a proficient tempo-setter. He ranks among the top 6% for passes completed and the top 14% for pass completion rate. This indicates his ability to control the flow of the game and retain possession effectively. Additionally, Asllani’s defensive contributions are notable. He ranks in the top 20% for interceptions, demonstrating his ability to read the game and disrupt opponents’ attacks.

Kenan Yildiz

Kenan Yildiz – In December 2023, Yildiz made history by becoming the youngest player to score for Juventus at the age of 18. He netted a goal in the match against Frosinone. Yildiz has already represented Turkey’s senior team three times, including a memorable victory over Germany with a score of 3-2. Yildiz is a versatile forward who is comfortable with both feet. Previously, the press linked Yildiz with a move to Arsenal, with a rumored contract value of €40 million (£34.2 million). However, in August 2023, he signed a contract with Juventus, extending his stay until 2027, indicating that his immediate future lies in Serie A.

Broadcast and Live Streaming of EURO 2024

The EURO 2024 match schedule is designed so that the match times do not overlap, except for the final group stage games and playoff matches. All 51 matches of this championship will be broadcast live not only on international paid sports channels but also on Uganda’s terrestrial television. The broadcast rights for EURO 2024 matches in Uganda belong to SuperSport South Africa.

Additionally, you can watch live streams of this event on our website. Bookmaker 1xBet offers video coverage of almost all key matches and sporting events. To watch a live stream on our website, select the match you are interested in on the homepage. A special icon will appear next to it, allowing you to start the match stream by clicking on it. There is also the official 1xBet channel on YouTube – 1xbet.tv. However, it does not feature live sports broadcasts; instead, the bookmaker fills the channel with video reviews and sports forecasts.

It is important to note that sometimes the internet stream on the 1xBet channel may not be entirely legal, meaning that the broadcast is not organized by the bookmaker but taken from another resource. In such cases, the bookmaker simply obscures the logos, which is not critical for the live match broadcast.

Various social media groups have been created under the common name EURO 2024, where live streams of the tournament matches will also be provided. If you are registered on any social network, look for a group with this name, and you will have access to all the European football forum broadcasts from anywhere with internet access.

Television Channels Broadcasting EURO 2024

We want to warn you right away that if you decide to watch a live match broadcast on our website, you will have to fulfill a few mandatory conditions. These conditions are not complicated, but they must be met:

Television Channels Broadcasting EURO 2024

Complete the registration process, which will not take much time. This is a mandatory condition, as live match broadcasts are simply unavailable to unauthorized users.

After registering, you need to top up your account with at least the minimum amount, which is 1500 UGX. This condition is also mandatory. Only 1xBet clients with a positive balance in their accounts can watch live match broadcasts. Otherwise, if the first two conditions were not mandatory, the influx of those wishing to watch the matches would increase significantly, causing the broadcasts to lag.

Fulfill these two conditions and watch the live broadcast of the match you are interested in. This will not take much time, but you will get access to free broadcasts that are almost as good in quality as those from other platforms.

Conclusion

EURO 2024 promises to be an exhilarating tournament, bringing together the best teams from across Europe to compete for the prestigious title, with EURO 2024 results determining the final standings.

With matches scheduled in iconic German cities, fans will experience top-tier football in world-class stadiums. The tournament’s structure ensures that every game is critical, making the competition fierce and exciting from the group stages to the final match.Fans can track their favorite teams and match schedules by using the EURO 2024 wall chart available on our website.

The involvement of legendary players like Cristiano Ronaldo and emerging stars such as Nico Williams adds another layer of excitement to the event. These athletes are not only looking to lead their teams to victory but also to cement their legacies in the annals of football history.The mix of seasoned veterans and young talents in Euro Football 2024 guarantees that fans will witness unforgettable moments and high-caliber performances.

For fans around the globe, EURO 2024 will be accessible through various broadcasting options, ensuring that no one misses out on the action. Whether watching via television or streaming online, the tournament offers numerous ways to stay connected to the games. As we count down to the kick-off, anticipation builds for what is sure to be a spectacular showcase of football prowess and sportsmanship.

Article Author
Lorna Nyakoker

I am Lorna Nyakoker from Uganda, an article writer and editor with a specific focus on the bookmaking industry. My expertise lies in conducting thorough research and providing in-depth reviews about various bookmakers, analyzing their services and offerings with a critical eye. This specialization allows me to contribute valuable insights to those interested in this sector.

FAQ

When does UEFA EURO 2024 commence?
UEFA EURO 2024 commences on June 14, 2024.
Which nation is hosting UEFA EURO 2024?
Germany is hosting UEFA EURO 2024. In Uganda, the tournament will be broadcast by SuperSport South Africa.
How many teams are competing in UEFA EURO 2024?
Twenty-four teams are competing in UEFA EURO 2024.
Where can I watch UEFA EURO 2024?
You can watch UEFA EURO 2024 on international paid sports channels, Ugandan terrestrial TV through SuperSport South Africa, and online through the 1xBet website and its official YouTube channel, 1xbet.tv.
How can I acquire tickets for UEFA EURO 2024?
You can acquire tickets for UEFA EURO 2024 through the official UEFA website or authorized ticket vendors. Check the UEFA website for announcements on ticket sales and follow the instructions to purchase.
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