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  1. Euro 2020 will be a tournament unlike any other. Hosted across 12 cities stretching from Dublin to Baku, it will feature 24 teams who have escaped the labyrinthine qualification process. Although qualifiers officially kicked off in March, the Nations League, which began 18 months ago, has also played a part. The number of hosts, a seeding system that leans heavily on qualifying results, and political tensions across the continent have made this draw unique. For some countries, including England, there is plenty at stake – but one group is all but decided already. Here’s what you need to k
  2. GROUP A FRANCE ROMANIA ALBANIA SWITZERLAND GROUP B ENGLAND RUSSIA WALES SLOVAKIA GROUP C GERMANY UKRAINE POLAND NORTHERN IRELAND GROUP D SPAIN CZECH REPUBLIC TURKEY CROATIA GROUP E BELGIUM ITALY REPUBLIC OF IRELAND SWEDEN GROUP F PORTUGAL ICELAND AUSTRIA HUNGARY --- SQUADS --- To accommodate the expansion from a 16 team finals tournament to 24 teams, the format will be changed from that used in 2012 with the addition of two extra groups in the group stage, and an extra round in the knockout stage
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