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Five reasons why our EURO 2020 app should be your one-stop-shop for coverage of the UEFA European Championship.


  1. Euro 2020 kicks off today as 24 national teams vie to be crowned champions of Europe at Wembley on 11 July.
  2. For insightful, up-to-date coverage get the Refinitiv EURO 2020 app.
  3. The app provides you with coverage of the tournament by Reuters, match analysis and previews, live scores and video content.

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The 2020 European Championships is finally upon us and the eyes of the football world will be firmly fixed on 24 European nations vying for the trophy between 11 June and 11 July.

Euro 2020 - Wales Training - Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan - June 11, 2021 General view outside the stadium before training.
Euro 2020 – Wales Training – Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan – June 11, 2021 General view outside the stadium before training.

The tournament was originally planned to go ahead in June last year, but due to the coronavirus pandemic the event had to be rescheduled. As Queen cited, the show must go on, and it does, with 11 different countries hosting this year’s tournament.

There will be plenty of interest around the host nations, with England facing Croatia and Scotland at Wembley Stadium in the group stages, and Hungary facing World Champions France at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest.

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Soccer Football - Euro 2020 - Wales Training - Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan - June 11, 2021 General view of inside the stadium before training.
Euro 2020 – Wales Training – Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan – June 11, 2021.

Who are the tournament favourites?

Gareth Southgate’s England will be looking to leverage the home support as they will be playing all their three group games at Wembley. World Champions and tournament favourites France have looked strong in the lead up and will be buoyed by the return of Karim Benzema to the squad.

Who do you think will lift the trophy come July 11? Can England finally bring football home? Will France be lifting another trophy? Or can Scotland pull off a huge upset?

We cover all this and more in our EURO 2020 app.

What does the EURO 2020 app give you?

Follow all the action in our EURO 2020 sports app in Eikon and Workspace. Here are five reasons why Eikon should be your home for all sports news this summer:

  1. Deeper Insight – Be abreast of the latest Euro 2020 news and learn the ins and outs of the games as they unfold.
  2. Exclusive Reuters coverage – Round-the-clock coverage of all the games brought to you by Reuters journalists.
  3. Live Tracker – Follow the results live in the app and see the latest group standings.
  4. Refinitiv Newscasts – Explore the latest sports video content via our Newscasts tile
  5. Match Previews – What are the pre-game injury updates? How will the teams match up tactically? Track this and much more with our match previews section.

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