After a lot of surprises at the end of the round of 16, the quarter-finals of Euro 2021 will be played from this Friday, July 2, 2021. Beautiful posters are in the running, including the meeting between Spain and Switzerland at 4 pm in Saint Petersburg (Russia) followed three hours later by a duel of titans between Belgium and Italy at the Allianz Arena (Germany). On Saturday 3 July, the Czech Republic will challenge Denmark at 4 pm at the Olympic Stadium in Baku (Azerbaijan) and England will face Ukraine at 7 pm at the Olympic Stadium in Rome (Italy).
That’s it! The quarter-finals of the 2020 Euro UEFA will start on Friday 2 July. Eight teams will compete for a place in the semifinals. These are three of the four selections that finished in third place in their group: Switzerland (Group A), Ukraine (Group C) and the Czech Republic (Group D). This is as much as the first ones (Italy, Belgium and England) and we must add two second ones (Spain and Denmark).
This Friday, July 1st, Spain will cross Switzerland at 4pm in St Petersburg while Belgium will meet Italy at 7pm at the Allianz Arena. The following day, Saturday 3 July, the Czech Republic, victorious against the Netherlands in the round of 16, will face Denmark at 4 pm at the Olympic Stadium in Baku. Finally at 7pm at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, England will face Ukraine.
Beautiful posters with no doubt a lot of atmosphere and show. Many favourites to the title were eliminated in the round of 16. These are France, the 2018 world champion, Portugal, the 2018 Euro champion, the Netherlands who won all their pool matches, and Germany despite the presence of young players.