Italy vs Spain & Denmark vs England In Euro Cup 2020 Semi-Final, Schedule Here


Wembley: Euro 2020, which began on June 11 with matches in 11 major cities across Europe, is in full swing, with some of Europe’s biggest heavyweights currently involved in a battle for continental glory. And now at the end of the quarter-final stage, the knockout drama continues with just four teams now left to dream of lifting the trophy on 11 July.

The semi-finals will take place on July 7 and July 8.

Here is the complete schedule and venues for the Euro Cup 2020 semi-final matches:

  • Match 1: Italy vs Spain on July 7 at 12:30 AM IST from the Wembley Stadium, London
  • Match 2: Denmark vs England on July 8 at 12:30 AM IST from the Wembley Stadium, London

Where to watch Euro 2020 semi-final match live:                                        

The Euro Cup 2020 scheduled games can be seen live across the Sony Sports Network in India through Sony Six, Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3, Sony Ten 4. All the Euro Cup 2020 Semi-final matches will be available to stream live on the SonyLiv app and website.

Euro 2020’s first semi-final is a mouth-watering clash between two of Europe’s biggest footballing nations: Italy and Spain. While Italy look in fearsome form, making in 15 wins in a row, Spain appeared to have found their scoring touch before the knockouts.

Italy reached the Euro 2020 semi-finals with a 2-1 win over Belgium on Friday as first-half goals from Nicolo Barella and Lorenzo Insigne settled a thrilling encounter against the world’s top-ranked team. On the other hand, Spain advanced to the final four after beating Switzerland in a penalty shootout in Saint Petersburg, following a 1-1 draw.

England play at their home stadium against Denmark in the second semi-final on Thursday. The Danes will travel to London for a Euro 2020 semifinal match on Thursday with memories still fresh of their victory over England at Wembley Stadium last October.

Denmark had qualified for the Euro 2020 semi-finals with a 2-1 win over the Czech Republic as goals from Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dolberg were enough to see the Danes into the last four. England comfortably beat Ukraine 4-0 in Rome in the final quarter-final to set up a match-up against Denmark in the final four.

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