2020 2021 will take place from June 11 to July 11, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement was made today by the Norwegian Football Federation on its Twitter account, following a conference call organized by UEFA.
The decision was made in support of the European national championships, suspended due to coronavirus. Euro 2020 postponement allows domestic and international competitions to end their seasons, at a relatively normal pace.
The proposal was presented to all 55 member federations, the European Clubs Association, European Leagues and FIFPro, which agreed with it.
2020 2021 and in Romania
Four matches of the European Championship will be played in Bucharest National Arena. EURO 2021, an anniversary edition celebrating 60 years since the first European Championship, will take place in 12 cities: Bucharest (Romania), Baku (Azerbaijan), Copenhagen (Denmark), London (England), Munich (Germany), Budapest ( Hungary), Rome (Italy), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dublin (Ireland), St. Petersburg (Russia), Glasgow (Scotland), Bilbao (Spain).
Bucharest will host three matches in Group C and one in the final round. If they qualify after the National League play-offs, Romanian national team will play at least two games in Bucharest.