The first Group Match in Euro 2020 is to be held in 11 June 2021 (Friday), football match by Group A, between Turky and Italy at Rome. Followed by the kick start of Group A UEFA Euro 2020, Group B match will held on the next day, Saturday, 12 June 2021. Group B of UEFA Euro 2020 will kick off in Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium and Saint Petersburg’s Krestovsky Stadium from 12th to 21st June 2021. The group consists of joint host nation between Denmark and Russia together with Finland and Belgium
- Denmark (Host)
- Russia (Host)
Host venues: Copenhagen, Denmark and Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Group I record: P10 W10 D0 L0 F40 A3
- Qualifying top scorer: Romelu Lukaku (7)
- UEFA EURO best: runners-up (1980)
- UEFA EURO 2016: quarter-finals, lost 3-1 to Wales
- Highlights: Belgium 9-0 San Marino
Coach: Roberto Martínez
Belgium: Strong Favourite to win in Group B Euro 2020
Belgium would be the potential winner for Group B and seems no great competition from the group. They are managed to achieve 10 game win streak and have avoided dropping any single point in UEFA Euro 2020 qualification.
Belgium becoming the seventh national side to qualify Euro 2020 with 100% record win in 10 matches in a flawless qualification campaign. The world ranking number 1 are the hot favourites to top this group with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku at their disposal.
Key player: Kevin De Bruyne
The soon to be 30 years old who plays as a midfielder for Premier League Club Manchester City and the Belgian national team. Widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world with exceptional passing, shooting and dribbling abilities. His four goals and seven assists in just six Euro qualifiers make him the worthy winner of 2019/20 UEFA Champions League midfielder of the season.
- Group D record: P8 W4 D4 L0 F23 A6
- Qualifying top scorer: Christian Eriksen (5)
- UEFA EURO best: Winners (1992)
- UEFA EURO 2016: Did not qualify
- Highlights: Denmark 1-0 Switzerland
Coach: Kasper Hjulmand
Can Denmark Repeat 92 Heroics in this Group Stage?
Denmark was unbeaten in the qualifying stage and have gone 34 matches without defeat since Oct 2016 . This national team scored an impressive 23 goals throughout the qualifying but ended in 2nd place behind Switzerland. Watch soccer highlight replay here.
Key player: Christian Eriksen
The 29 years old attacking midfielder who play in Seria A club Inter Milan and Denmark national team. With 103 caps for the national team, the creative midfielder is the top scorer for his nation during the qualifying stage. Not suprisingly being name Danish Football Player of the Year for a record 5 times.
- Group J record: P10 W6 D0 L4 F16 A10
- Qualifying top scorer: Teemu Pukki (10)
- UEFA EURO best: N/A
- UEFA EURO 2016: did not qualify
- Highlights: Finland 3-0 Liechtenstein
Coach: Markku Kanerva
Finland vs Denmark (Hosts): Kick off Group B campaign
Finland finished 2nd during qualifying stage behind Italy to qualified for the 1st time in their history for the coming Euro 2020 championship.
Key player: Teemu Pukki
The 31 years old striker with great scoring ability play in England Championship Club Under Norwich and the Finnish National Team. With his 10 goals in 10 matches during Euro 2020 qualification helping Finland to reach their 1st ever international tournament.
- Group I record: P10 W8 D0 L2 F33 A8
- Qualifying top scorer: Artem Dzyuba (9)
- UEFA EURO best: winner (1960, as USSR), semi-finals (2008)
- UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
- Highlights: Russia 4-0 Scotland
Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov
Russia: Only Threat to Belgians in Euro 2020 Group B
Russia who is one of the host nation will facing off again with Belgium after facing them during qualification campaign which ended with two losses. 4—1 demolition of Czech Republic during Euro 2012 opener remain the only victory for Russia in Euro finals games
Key player: Artem Dzyuba
The tall centre forward who play for for FC Zenit Saint Petersburg and captains the Russia national team is Russia top scorer with nine goals during Russia qualification campaign. Recorded an impressive 26 goals from only 47 appearances for Russia.