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England, Scotland and Wales are amongst the 24 teams playing across 11 cities across 51 matches with a month of football during Euro 2020.

It is the 16th European Championships to take place with all of the countries vying to lift the coveted trophy.



Gareth Southgate's side are looking to end their 51-year wait for silverware as European and international glory has eluded them.



Andy Robertson will wear the armband for Scotland in their first competitive tournament since the 1998 World Cup.



The heroics of 2018 are still imprinted in the memory of many Welsh fans as they will hoping that Gareth Bale and fellow teammates including Liverpool full-back Neco Williams and winger Harry Wilson, can emulate the success of five years ago.

England

Everton will be represented by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin in this summer's European Championships.

Pickford will be eyeing yet another starring role after he helped England to the semi-final of the World Cup in Russia, three years ago. Whereas Calvert-Lewin will be pushing captain Harry Kane for a starting place, the 24-year-old has scored four goals in his first nine England appearances including a brace against San Marino.

Jordan Henderson is the only member of the squad from the red half of Merseyside after Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold was forced to withdraw from the squad following the thigh injury he suffered in England's first warmup match against Austria.

England will play all of their Euro 2020 group stage matches at Wembley, their campaign kicks off against Croatia on Sunday, June 13. Winning the group would bring a last-16 tie at Wembley against the runners-up in Group F with a potential quarter-final in Rome.

Sunday 13 June: England v Croatia (Wembley)

Friday 18 June: England v Scotland (Wembley)

Tuesday 22 June: Czech Republic v England (Wembley)

Scotland

Andy Robertson will lead Scotland out at Hampden Park on two occasions as the Tartan Army return to the European Championships for the first time since 1996.

They will face England in their second group game in what will be a repeat of the final group match at Euro '96, Paul Gascoigne scored the winning goal minutes after Gary McAllister's penalty miss.

Goalkeeper Andy Marshall's crucial penalty save from Aleksander Mitrovic secured Scotland's place in the competition in Belgrade.

Steve Clarke's side will be hoping to progress as group winners should they overcome the Czech Republic, England and Croatia but if they were to finish as runners-up in the group, it set up a trip to Copenhagen against the runners-up from Group E, which features Spain, before a quarter-final in St Petersburg.

Monday 14 June: Scotland v Czech Republic (Hampden Park)

Friday 18 June: England v Scotland (Wembley)

Tuesday 22 June: Croatia v Scotland (Hampden Park)

Wales

Italy, Turkey and Switzerland are who stand in the way in Group A for Neco Williams and Harry Wilson as Wales look to replicate their 2016 success which saw them reach the semi-finals where they were eliminated by hosts France.

Wilson spent the season out on loan at Cardiff City and enjoyed a turnaround in form after the appointment of Mick McCarthy. His resurgence in form saw him net an impressive hat-trick against Birmingham City.

Williams looks likely to feature from the offset for caretaker manager Rob Page with the 20-year-old featuring in both warm-up matches against France and Albania.

Saturday 12 June: Wales v Switzerland (Baku)

Wednesday 16 June: Turkey v Wales (Baku)

Sunday 20 June: Italy v Wales (Rome)

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