Three matches in the group stage will be played Saturday at the 16th European Football Championship (Euro 2020), which was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The day’s fixtures will start with the second match of Group A, where Switzerland and Wales will face each other.
Then the teams in Group B will begin their campaign. Denmark and Finland will meet in Copenhagen, and Russia and Belgium—in Saint Petersburg.
The first- and second-place squads from the six groups, as well as the four third-place teams with the best result will advance to the Euro 2020 playoffs.
Due to the coronavirus restrictions, however, a limited number of fans will attend the Euro 2020 games.
The European Football Championship will be held for the first time in 11 cities of 11 countries.
Also for the first time in history, 24 squads will compete for the title of the top national football team in Europe.