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UEFA Euro 2020: A Google Doodle kicks off the European Football Championship, which has been postponed.
On Friday, Google Doodle commemorated the start of the UEFA European Football Championship by wishing all competing teams luck.
Since 1960, the event has been a fixture for football fans all over the world, but this year marks the first time that the event’s 51 matches will be hosted in host towns across Europe—a total of a dozen.
The postponed Euro 2020, which starts on Friday, is a year behind schedule, and Covid is still expected to throw a pall over the event.
After failing to provide assurance that they could meet UEFA’s criteria of accommodating limited numbers of spectators, Bilbao’s games were moved to London and Saint-Petersburg, while Dublin’s games were moved to London and Saint-Petersburg. Despite being one of the few traditional giants without any home games, France will be strong favourites on the field. The world champions will play Germany in their opening encounter on Tuesday in Munich.
The continent-wide event was first envisioned by then-UEFA President Michel Platini.
When Michel Platini declared that the event would be held across Europe, he said that it would be played in front of small crowds and with rigorous health limitations. The action begins in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, where Italy will face Turkey in front of 16,000 spectators.
The majority of the 11 stadiums, all in different nations, would only be partially occupied for the matches, though Denmark stated on Thursday that mask laws will be lifted, allowing 25,000 spectators to watch games in Copenhagen instead of 16,000. Munich hopes to attract a minimum of 14,500 spectators, or around 22% of the capacity of the Allianz Arena, the smallest of the three venues. Dublin and Bilbao were removed from the list.
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