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Euro 2024: Croatia on the brink of collapse! All rankings and group results

From June 14 to July 14, follow all the results and rankings of Euro 2024 football.

The second round of this Euro 2024 began this Wednesday, June 19. Under pressure, Croatia did not do the job against Albania to get back into this European championship. Luka Modric's teammates, who were trailing 1-0 until the 75th minute of play against Albania, came back in two minutes thanks to Kramaric and Gjasula own goal before finally conceding the equalizer in added time, once again by Gjasula who goes from unfortunate hero to hero pure and simple. The Croatians will absolutely have to win against Italy on the last day to continue to believe in this Euro.

À Currently, all the favorite nations are there since the start of the Euro. France is perhaps the nation which made the least good impression with England, by imposing itself very laboriously against the opposition. Austria. On the other hand, Germany and even Spain impressed. from the first meetings of this Euro and must now confirm. As during the 2022 World Cup, the biggest disappointment of the first round was Belgium, beaten from the start of its team. tition face &agrav; Slovakia and already back to the wall in this Euro like Croatia.

Euro Groups and Ranking

Find all the groups of Euro 2024 football which is being played in Germany with the ranking which is getting underway. update automatically à the end of the meetings.

Euro 2024 results

Here are all the results from the final whistle of the matches.

  • Tuesday June 18
  • 18 hours: Turkey-Georgia
  • 9 p.m.: Portugal-Czech Republic
  • Wednesday June 19
  • 15 hours: Croatia-Albania
  • 18 hours: Germany-Hungary
  • 9 p.m.: Scotland-Switzerland
  • Thursday June 20
  • 15 hours: Slovenia-Serbia
  • 18 hours: Denmark-England
  • 9 p.m.: Spain-Italy
  • Friday June 21
  • 15 hours: Slovakia-Ukraine
  • 18 hours: Poland-Austria
  • 9 p.m.: Netherlands-France
  • Saturday June 22
  • 15 hours: Georgia-Czech Republic
  • 18 hours: Turkey-Portugal
  • 9 p.m.: Belgium-Romania
  • Sunday June 23
  • 9 p.m.: Switzerland-Germany
  • 9 p.m.: Scotland-Hungary
  • Monday June 24
  • 9 p.m.: Albania-Spain
  • 9 p.m.: Croatia-Italy
  • Tuesday June 25
  • 9 p.m.: England-Slovenia
  • 9 p.m.: Denmark-Serbia
  • 18 hours: Netherlands – Austria
  • 18 hours: France-Poland
  • Wednesday June 26
  • 18 hours: Slovakia-Romania
  • 18 hours: Ukraine-Belgium
  • 9 p.m.: Georgia-Portugal
  • 9 p.m.: Czech Republic-Turkey
  • Eighth of finals
  • Saturday June 29
  • 9 p.m.: Eighth finals 1st group A-2nd group C
  • 18 hours: Eighth finals 2nd group A-2nd group B
  • Sunday June 30
  • 9 p.m.: Eighth finals 1st group B-3rd group A/D/E/F
  • 18 hours: Eighth finals 1st group C-3rd group D/E/F
  • Monday July 1st
  • 9 p.m.: Eighth finals 1st group F-3rd group A/B/C
  • 6 p.m.: Eighth finals 2nd group D-2nd group E
  • Tuesday July 2
  • 18 hours: Eighth finals 1st group E-3rd group A/B/C/D
  • 9 p.m.: Eighth finals 1st group D-2nd group F
  • Friday July 5
  • 18 hours: Quarter-final
  • 9 p.m.: Quarter-final
  • Saturday July 6
  • 18 hours: Quarter-final
  • 9 p.m.: Quarter-final
  • Tuesday July 9
  • 9 p.m.: Semi-final 1
  • Wednesday July 10
  • 9 p.m.: Semi-final 2
  • Sunday July 14
  • 9 p.m.: Final à Berlin

Euro 2024 news and matches

What are the dates for Euro 2024 football ?

The next Euro football tournament in 2024 will open on June 14, 2024. the Allianz Arena in Munich for the opening match before closing on July 14, 2024 with the final at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. 

Where is Euro 2024 football taking place ?

Euro 2024 will take place in a single country in 2024, in Germany. The competition was successful. awarded by UEFA in September 2018.  Three groups of sites were studied. established for this Euro: North – North-East (Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig), West (Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Cologne) and South (Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart).

  • Berlin : Olympiastadion Berlin (capacity: 70 000  places)
  • Cologne : Cologne Stadium (47 000)
  • Dortmund : BVB Stadion Dortmund (66 000)
  • Düsseldorf : Düsseldorf Arena (40 000)< /li>
  • Frankfurt : Frankfurt Arena (48 000)
  • Gelsenkirchen : Arena AufSchalke (50 000)
  • Hamburg : Volksparkstadion Hamburg (50 000)
  • Leipzig : Leipzig Stadium (42 000)
  • Munich : Munich Football Arena (67 000)
  • Stuttgart : Stuttgart Arena (54 000)
Teilor Stone

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