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How the Euro 2020 knockout bracket looks with group play complete

Here’s the teams that have qualified for the knockout round of the competition.

Italy v Wales - UEFA Euro 2020: Group A
Jorginho of Italy gestures during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match between Italy and Wales at Olimpico Stadium on June 20, 2021 in Rome, Italy.
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The Euro 2020 knockout bracket is starting to take shape as third group stage games conclude. Italy and Wales become the first teams to secure a spot in the knockout round from Group A on Sunday and the rest of the week will feature knockout berths clinched each day.

The tournament featured 24 teams playing in six groups with 16 advance to the knockout stage. The Round of 16 will feature the top two teams in each group plus the top four third-place teams across the tournament.

The knockout stage starts with the Round of 16 running June 26-29. That’s followed by the quarterfinals July 2 and 3, the semifinals July 6 and 7, and the Final is July 11. Here’s a look at how the bracket is shaping up as the competition moves closer to crowning a champion.

Saturday, June 26

  • Wales vs Denmark
  • Italy vs Austria

Sunday, June 27

  • Netherlands vs Czech Republic
  • Belgium vs Portugal

Monday, June 28

  • Croatia vs Spain
  • France vs Switzerland

Tuesday, June 29

  • England vs Germany
  • Sweden vs Ukraine