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Euro-2020 rescheduled to next year due to coronavirus

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Euro-2020 rescheduled to next year due to coronavirus


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The European football championship, which was to be held this year, has been postponed. The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) rescheduled it to 2021 due to the spread of coronavirus infection, REGNUM reports. The corresponding decision was made at a conference with football associations in Europe.

The European Championship will be held from June 11 to July 11, 2021.

Euro-2020 was supposed to cover different countries of the continent for the first part of its history. Twelve cities were going to host it in honor of the anniversary of the competition. European Championship marks sixty years this year.

In the post-Soviet space, championship matches were to be hosted by St. Petersburg and Baku. Three matches of the group tournament were planned in St. Petersburg, including two matches with the participation of the Russian team and one of the quarter-final games.

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