The 2020 UEFA European Football Championship continues into its final matches, as does the fun we’re having with the competition on Eurovision.tv and our social channels.
We’ve been running a Eurovision Championships tournament that you can take part in over on the official Eurovision Twitter account – and we’ve reached the Semi-Finals!
France v Italy (Thursday 8 July)
Ukraine v The Netherlands (Friday 9 July)
To get behind your favourite teams make sure you follow the official Eurovision Twitter account and take part in the polls that will determine which countries go through to the Grand Final on Saturday 10 July!
A thrilling first knockout round has come to an end, with some cracking games, cries of match fixing, and a very strong last eight line-up!
Round of 16 results:
Wales v Denmark ⭐️ 2–3
Italy ⭐️ v Austria 5–0
Netherlands ⭐️ v Czech Republic 3–2
Belgium ⭐️ v Portugal 5–0
Croatia v Spain ⭐️ 2–3
France ⭐️ v Switzerland 3–2
England v Germany ⭐️ 1–4
Sweden v Ukraine ⭐️ 2–3
It’s now confirmed that football won’t be coming home in the Eurovision Championships following Germany’s demolition of England, and many spectators believe an Italian win is all but wrapped up.
From Friday 2 July, each Quarter-Final match will be accompanied by a video montage of the two countries playing against each other with a straightforward vote for your favourite!
Belgium v Italy ⭐️
France ⭐️ v Spain
Ukraine ⭐️ v Germany
Netherlands ⭐️ v Denmark
To get behind your favourite teams make sure you follow the official Eurovision Twitter account and take part in the votes (starting Saturday 26 June) that will determine which countries go through to the quarter finals and beyond!
Saturday 26 June
Wales v Denmark
Italy v Austria
Sunday 27 June
Netherlands v Czech Republic
Belgium v Portugal
Monday 28 June
Croatia v Spain
France v Switzerland
Tuesday 29 June
England v Germany
Sweden v Ukraine
Friday 2 July
France/Switzerland v Croatia/Spain
Belgium/Portugal v Italy/Austria
Saturday 3 July
Netherlands/Czech Republic v Wales/Denmark
Sweden/Ukraine v England/Germany
Tuesday 6 July
Wednesday 7 July
Sunday 11 July
This month we’ve furnished you with Eurovision/Euros cross-over facts and Eurovision team sheets, along with a fabulous wallchart to keep on top of the tournament. So whether you’re a hardcore football fan or simply looking for a way to turn any footy chat back to Eurovision at the quickest opportunity, we’ve got you covered.