UEFA Euro 2020 knockout phase

The knockout phase of UEFA Euro 2020 began on 26 June 2021 with the round of 16 and ended on 11 July 2021 with the final at Wembley Stadium in London, England.[1]

Times listed are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2). If the venue is located in a different time zone, the local time is also given.

FormatEdit

In the knockout phase, if a match was level at the end of 90 minutes of normal playing time, extra time was played (two periods of 15 minutes each), where each team was allowed to make a sixth substitution.[2] If still tied after extra time, the match was decided by a penalty shoot-out to determine the winners.[3]

UEFA set out the following schedule for the round of 16:[3]

  • Match 1: Winner Group B vs 3rd Group A/D/E/F
  • Match 2: Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group C
  • Match 3: Winner Group F vs 3rd Group A/B/C
  • Match 4: Runner-up Group D vs Runner-up Group E
  • Match 5: Winner Group E vs 3rd Group A/B/C/D
  • Match 6: Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group F
  • Match 7: Winner Group C vs 3rd Group D/E/F
  • Match 8: Runner-up Group A vs Runner-up Group B

As with every tournament since UEFA Euro 1984, there was no third place play-off.

Combinations of matches in the round of 16Edit

The specific match-ups involving the third-placed teams depended on which four third-placed teams qualified for the round of 16:[3]

  Combination according to the four qualified teams
Third-placed teams
qualify from groups
1B
vs
1C
vs
1E
vs
1F
vs
A B C D 3A 3D 3B 3C
A B C E 3A 3E 3B 3C
A B C F 3A 3F 3B 3C
A B D E 3D 3E 3A 3B
A B D F 3D 3F 3A 3B
A B E F 3E 3F 3B 3A
A C D E 3E 3D 3C 3A
A C D F 3F 3D 3C 3A
A C E F 3E 3F 3C 3A
A D E F 3E 3F 3D 3A
B C D E 3E 3D 3B 3C
B C D F 3F 3D 3C 3B
B C E F 3F 3E 3C 3B
B D E F 3F 3E 3D 3B
C D E F 3F 3E 3D 3C

Qualified teamsEdit

The top two placed teams from each of the six groups, along with the four best-placed third teams, qualified for the knockout phase.[3]

Group Winners Runners-up Third-placed teams
(Best four qualify)
A   Italy   Wales    Switzerland
B   Belgium   Denmark N/A
C   Netherlands   Austria   Ukraine
D   England   Croatia   Czech Republic
E   Sweden   Spain N/A
F   France   Germany   Portugal

BracketEdit

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
27 June 2021 – Seville
 
 
  Belgium1
 
2 July 2021 – Munich
 
  Portugal0
 
  Belgium1
 
26 June 2021 – London
 
  Italy2
 
  Italy (a.e.t.)2
 
6 July 2021 – London
 
  Austria1
 
  Italy (p)1 (4)
 
28 June 2021 – Bucharest
 
  Spain1 (2)
 
  France3 (4)
 
2 July 2021 – Saint Petersburg
 
   Switzerland (p)3 (5)
 
   Switzerland1 (1)
 
28 June 2021 – Copenhagen
 
  Spain (p)1 (3)
 
  Croatia3
 
11 July 2021 – London
 
  Spain (a.e.t.)5
 
  Italy (p)1 (3)
 
29 June 2021 – Glasgow
 
  England1 (2)
 
  Sweden1
 
3 July 2021 – Rome
 
  Ukraine (a.e.t.)2
 
  Ukraine0
 
29 June 2021 – London
 
  England4
 
  England2
 
7 July 2021 – London
 
  Germany0
 
  England (a.e.t.)2
 
27 June 2021 – Budapest
 
  Denmark1
 
  Netherlands0
 
3 July 2021 – Baku
 
  Czech Republic2
 
  Czech Republic1
 
26 June 2021 – Amsterdam
 
  Denmark2
 
  Wales0
 
 
  Denmark4
 

Round of 16Edit

Wales vs DenmarkEdit

Wales  0–4  Denmark
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Wales[5]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Denmark[5]
GK 12 Danny Ward
RB 14 Connor Roberts   40'
CB 6 Joe Rodon   26'
CB 22 Chris Mepham
LB 4 Ben Davies
CM 16 Joe Morrell   59'
CM 7 Joe Allen
RW 20 Daniel James   78'
AM 10 Aaron Ramsey
LW 11 Gareth Bale (c)   90+3'
CF 13 Kieffer Moore   40'   78'
Substitutions:
DF 3 Neco Williams   40'
MF 8 Harry Wilson   90'   59'
FW 9 Tyler Roberts   78'
MF 19 David Brooks   80'   78'
Manager:
Rob Page
 
GK 1 Kasper Schmeichel
CB 6 Andreas Christensen
CB 4 Simon Kjær (c)   77'
CB 3 Jannik Vestergaard
RM 17 Jens Stryger Larsen   77'
CM 23 Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
CM 8 Thomas Delaney   60'
LM 5 Joakim Mæhle
RF 14 Mikkel Damsgaard   60'
CF 12 Kasper Dolberg   69'
LF 9 Martin Braithwaite
Substitutions:
MF 24 Mathias Jensen   60'
MF 15 Christian Nørgaard   60'
FW 21 Andreas Cornelius   69'
DF 26 Nicolai Boilesen   77'
DF 2 Joachim Andersen   77'
Manager:
Kasper Hjulmand

Man of the Match:
Kasper Dolberg (Denmark)[6]

Assistant referees:[5]
Jan Seidel (Germany)
Rafael Foltyn (Germany)
Fourth official:
Ovidiu Hațegan (Romania)
Reserve assistant referee:
Sebastian Gheorghe (Romania)
Video assistant referee:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Christian Dingert (Germany)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Marco Fritz (Germany)

Italy vs AustriaEdit

Italy  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Austria
Report
Attendance: 18,910[7]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy[8]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Austria[8]
GK 21 Gianluigi Donnarumma
RB 2 Giovanni Di Lorenzo   50'
CB 19 Leonardo Bonucci (c)
CB 15 Francesco Acerbi
LB 4 Leonardo Spinazzola
CM 18 Nicolò Barella   51'   67'
CM 8 Jorginho
CM 6 Marco Verratti   67'
RF 11 Domenico Berardi   84'
CF 17 Ciro Immobile   84'
LF 10 Lorenzo Insigne   108'
Substitutions:
MF 12 Matteo Pessina   67'
MF 5 Manuel Locatelli   67'
FW 9 Andrea Belotti   84'
MF 14 Federico Chiesa   84'
MF 16 Bryan Cristante   108'
Manager:
Roberto Mancini
 
GK 13 Daniel Bachmann
RB 21 Stefan Lainer   114'
CB 3 Aleksandar Dragović   120+1'
CB 4 Martin Hinteregger   103'
LB 8 David Alaba (c)
CM 23 Xaver Schlager   106'
CM 10 Florian Grillitsch   106'
RW 24 Konrad Laimer   114'
AM 9 Marcel Sabitzer
LW 19 Christoph Baumgartner   90'
CF 7 Marko Arnautović   2'   97'
Substitutions:
MF 18 Alessandro Schöpf   90'
FW 25 Saša Kalajdžić   97'
MF 17 Louis Schaub   106'
FW 11 Michael Gregoritsch   106'
MF 6 Stefan Ilsanker   114'
MF 16 Christopher Trimmel   114'
Manager:
  Franco Foda

Man of the Match:
Leonardo Spinazzola (Italy)[6]

Assistant referees:[8]
Gary Beswick (England)
Adam Nunn (England)
Fourth official:
Sandro Schärer (Switzerland)
Reserve assistant referee:
Stéphane De Almeida (Switzerland)
Video assistant referee:
Stuart Attwell (England)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Chris Kavanagh (England)
Lee Betts (England)
Pol van Boekel (Netherlands)

Netherlands vs Czech RepublicEdit

Netherlands  0–2  Czech Republic
Report
Attendance: 52,834[9]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Netherlands[10]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Czech Republic[10]
GK 1 Maarten Stekelenburg
CB 6 Stefan de Vrij
CB 3 Matthijs de Ligt   55'
CB 17 Daley Blind   81'
RWB 22 Denzel Dumfries   46'
LWB 12 Patrick van Aanholt   81'
CM 15 Marten de Roon   73'
CM 21 Frenkie de Jong   84'
AM 8 Georginio Wijnaldum (c)
CF 10 Memphis Depay
CF 18 Donyell Malen   57'
Substitutions:
MF 11 Quincy Promes   57'
FW 19 Wout Weghorst   73'
FW 7 Steven Berghuis   81'
MF 25 Jurriën Timber   81'
Manager:
Frank de Boer
 
GK 1 Tomáš Vaclík
RB 5 Vladimír Coufal   56'
CB 3 Ondřej Čelůstka
CB 6 Tomáš Kalas
LB 2 Pavel Kadeřábek
CM 9 Tomáš Holeš   85'
CM 15 Tomáš Souček (c)
RW 12 Lukáš Masopust   79'
AM 7 Antonín Barák   90+2'
LW 13 Petr Ševčík   85'
CF 10 Patrik Schick   90+2'
Substitutions:
MF 14 Jakub Jankto   79'
FW 19 Adam Hložek   85'
MF 21 Alex Král   85'
FW 11 Michael Krmenčík   90+2'
MF 26 Michal Sadílek   90+2'
Manager:
Jaroslav Šilhavý

Man of the Match:
Tomáš Holeš (Czech Republic)[6]

Assistant referees:[10]
Igor Demeshko (Russia)
Maksim Gavrilin (Russia)
Fourth official:
Stéphanie Frappart (France)
Reserve assistant referee:
Mikaël Berchebru (France)
Video assistant referee:
Stuart Attwell (England)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Chris Kavanagh (England)
Lee Betts (England)
Paweł Gil (Poland)

Belgium vs PortugalEdit

Belgium  1–0  Portugal
Report
Attendance: 11,504[11]
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Belgium[12]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Portugal[12]
GK 1 Thibaut Courtois
CB 2 Toby Alderweireld   81'
CB 5 Jan Vertonghen
CB 3 Thomas Vermaelen   72'
RM 15 Thomas Meunier
CM 8 Youri Tielemans
CM 6 Axel Witsel
LM 16 Thorgan Hazard   90+5'
RW 7 Kevin De Bruyne   48'
LW 10 Eden Hazard (c)   87'
CF 9 Romelu Lukaku
Substitutions:
FW 14 Dries Mertens   48'
MF 11 Yannick Carrasco   87'
MF 19 Leander Dendoncker   90+5'
Manager:
  Roberto Martínez
 
GK 1 Rui Patrício
RB 20 Diogo Dalot   51'
CB 4 Rúben Dias
CB 3 Pepe   77'
LB 5 Raphaël Guerreiro
CM 8 João Moutinho   55'
CM 26 João Palhinha   45'   78'
CM 16 Renato Sanches   78'
RW 10 Bernardo Silva   55'
LW 21 Diogo Jota   70'
CF 7 Cristiano Ronaldo (c)
Substitutions:
FW 23 João Félix   55'
MF 11 Bruno Fernandes   55'
FW 9 André Silva   70'
MF 13 Danilo Pereira   78'
MF 24 Sérgio Oliveira   78'
Manager:
Fernando Santos

Man of the Match:
Thorgan Hazard (Belgium)[6]

Assistant referees:[12]
Mark Borsch (Germany)
Stefan Lupp (Germany)
Fourth official:
Georgi Kabakov (Bulgaria)
Reserve assistant referee:
Martin Margaritov (Bulgaria)
Video assistant referee:
Marco Fritz (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Christian Dingert (Germany)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Bastian Dankert (Germany)

Croatia vs SpainEdit

Croatia  3–5 (a.e.t.)  Spain
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Croatia[14]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain[14]
GK 1 Dominik Livaković
RB 22 Josip Juranović   73'
CB 21 Domagoj Vida
CB 5 Duje Ćaleta-Car   84'
LB 25 Joško Gvardiol
DM 11 Marcelo Brozović   73'
CM 10 Luka Modrić (c)   114'
CM 8 Mateo Kovačić   79'
RW 13 Nikola Vlašić   79'
LW 17 Ante Rebić   67'
CF 20 Bruno Petković   46'
Substitutions:
FW 9 Andrej Kramarić   46'
MF 18 Mislav Oršić   67'
FW 7 Josip Brekalo   73'
FW 14 Ante Budimir   79'
MF 15 Mario Pašalić   79'
MF 26 Luka Ivanušec   114'
Manager:
Zlatko Dalić
 
GK 23 Unai Simón
RB 2 César Azpilicueta
CB 12 Eric García   71'
CB 24 Aymeric Laporte
LB 14 José Gayà   77'
CM 8 Koke   77'
CM 5 Sergio Busquets (c)   101'
CM 26 Pedri
RW 11 Ferran Torres   88'
CF 7 Álvaro Morata
LW 22 Pablo Sarabia   71'
Substitutions:
MF 19 Dani Olmo   71'
DF 4 Pau Torres   71'
DF 18 Jordi Alba   77'
MF 17 Fabián Ruiz   77'
FW 21 Mikel Oyarzabal   88'
MF 16 Rodri   101'
Manager:
Luis Enrique

Man of the Match:
Sergio Busquets (Spain)[6]

Assistant referees:[14]
Bahattin Duran (Turkey)
Tarık Ongun (Turkey)
Fourth official:
Andreas Ekberg (Sweden)
Reserve assistant referee:
Mehmet Culum (Sweden)
Video assistant referee:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Christian Dingert (Germany)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Paweł Gil (Poland)

France vs SwitzerlandEdit

France  3–3 (a.e.t.)   Switzerland
Report
Penalties
4–5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
France[16]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Switzerland[16]
GK 1 Hugo Lloris (c)
CB 4 Raphaël Varane   30'
CB 5 Clément Lenglet   46'
CB 3 Presnel Kimpembe
RWB 2 Benjamin Pavard   91'
LWB 14 Adrien Rabiot
CM 6 Paul Pogba
CM 13 N'Golo Kanté
AM 7 Antoine Griezmann   88'
CF 19 Karim Benzema   94'
CF 10 Kylian Mbappé
Substitutions:
MF 20 Kingsley Coman   88'   46'   111'
MF 17 Moussa Sissoko   88'
FW 9 Olivier Giroud   94'
FW 26 Marcus Thuram   111'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps
 
GK 1 Yann Sommer
CB 4 Nico Elvedi   32'
CB 5 Manuel Akanji   108'
CB 13 Ricardo Rodríguez   62'   87'
RWB 3 Silvan Widmer   73'
LWB 14 Steven Zuber   79'
CM 8 Remo Freuler
CM 10 Granit Xhaka (c)   76'
AM 23 Xherdan Shaqiri   73'
CF 9 Haris Seferovic   97'
CF 7 Breel Embolo   79'
Substitutions:
FW 19 Mario Gavranović   73'
DF 2 Kevin Mbabu   73'
MF 16 Christian Fassnacht   79'
MF 11 Ruben Vargas   79'
FW 18 Admir Mehmedi   87'
DF 22 Fabian Schär   97'
Manager:
  Vladimir Petković

Man of the Match:
Granit Xhaka (Switzerland)[6]

Assistant referees:[16]
Juan Pablo Belatti (Argentina)
Diego Bonfá (Argentina)
Fourth official:
Bartosz Frankowski (Poland)
Reserve assistant referee:
Marcin Boniek (Poland)
Video assistant referee:
Juan Martínez Munuera (Spain)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Alejandro Hernández Hernández (Spain)
Íñigo Prieto López de Cerain (Spain)
Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)

England vs GermanyEdit

England  2–0  Germany
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England[18]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Germany[18]
GK 1 Jordan Pickford
CB 2 Kyle Walker
CB 6 Harry Maguire   77'
CB 5 John Stones
RM 12 Kieran Trippier
CM 14 Kalvin Phillips   45'
CM 4 Declan Rice   8'   87'
LM 3 Luke Shaw
RW 25 Bukayo Saka   69'
CF 9 Harry Kane (c)
LW 10 Raheem Sterling
Substitutions:
MF 7 Jack Grealish   69'
MF 8 Jordan Henderson   87'
Manager:
Gareth Southgate
 
GK 1 Manuel Neuer (c)
CB 4 Matthias Ginter   25'   87'
CB 5 Mats Hummels
CB 2 Antonio Rüdiger
RM 6 Joshua Kimmich
CM 18 Leon Goretzka
CM 8 Toni Kroos
LM 20 Robin Gosens   72'   87'
AM 7 Kai Havertz
AM 25 Thomas Müller   90+2'
CF 11 Timo Werner   69'
Substitutions:
MF 10 Serge Gnabry   69'
DF 23 Emre Can   87'
MF 19 Leroy Sané   87'
MF 14 Jamal Musiala   90+2'
Manager:
Joachim Löw

Man of the Match:
Harry Maguire (England)[6]

Assistant referees:[18]
Hessel Steegstra (Netherlands)
Jan de Vries (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Srđan Jovanović (Serbia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Uroš Stojković (Serbia)
Video assistant referee:
Pol van Boekel (Netherlands)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Kevin Blom (Netherlands)
Íñigo Prieto López de Cerain (Spain)
Alejandro Hernández Hernández (Spain)

Sweden vs UkraineEdit

Sweden  1–2 (a.e.t.)  Ukraine
Report
Attendance: 9,221[19]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sweden[20]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ukraine[20]
GK 1 Robin Olsen
RB 2 Mikael Lustig   83'
CB 3 Victor Lindelöf
CB 24 Marcus Danielson   99'
LB 6 Ludwig Augustinsson   83'
RM 7 Sebastian Larsson (c)   97'
CM 20 Kristoffer Olsson   101'
CM 8 Albin Ekdal
LM 10 Emil Forsberg   85'
CF 21 Dejan Kulusevski   69'   97'
CF 11 Alexander Isak   97'
Substitutions:
DF 5 Pierre Bengtsson   83'
DF 16 Emil Krafth   83'
MF 22 Robin Quaison   97'
FW 9 Marcus Berg   97'
MF 17 Viktor Claesson   97'
DF 14 Filip Helander   101'
Manager:
Janne Andersson
 
GK 1 Heorhiy Bushchan
RB 21 Oleksandr Karavayev
CB 13 Illya Zabarnyi
CB 4 Serhiy Kryvtsov
LB 22 Mykola Matviyenko
CM 5 Serhiy Sydorchuk   118'
CM 6 Taras Stepanenko   95'
CM 17 Oleksandr Zinchenko
RF 7 Andriy Yarmolenko (c)   79'   106'
CF 9 Roman Yaremchuk   91'
LF 10 Mykola Shaparenko   61'
Substitutions:
MF 8 Ruslan Malinovskyi   61'
FW 19 Artem Besyedin   91'   101'
MF 14 Yevhenii Makarenko   95'
MF 15 Viktor Tsyhankov   101'
FW 26 Artem Dovbyk   120+1'   106'
MF 18 Roman Bezus   118'
Manager:
Andriy Shevchenko

Man of the Match:
Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine)[6]

Assistant referees:[20]
Alessandro Giallatini (Italy)
Fabiano Preti (Italy)
Fourth official:
Davide Massa (Italy)
Reserve assistant referee:
Stefano Alassio (Italy)
Video assistant referee:
Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Marco Di Bello (Italy)
Filippo Meli (Italy)
Paolo Valeri (Italy)

Quarter-finalsEdit

Switzerland vs SpainEdit

Switzerland   1–1 (a.e.t.)  Spain
Report
Penalties
1–3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Switzerland[22]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain[22]
GK 1 Yann Sommer
CB 4 Nico Elvedi
CB 5 Manuel Akanji
CB 13 Ricardo Rodríguez
RWB 3 Silvan Widmer   67'   100'
LWB 14 Steven Zuber   90+2'
CM 6 Denis Zakaria   100'
CM 8 Remo Freuler   77'
AM 23 Xherdan Shaqiri (c)   81'
AM 7 Breel Embolo   23'
CF 9 Haris Seferovic   81'
Substitutions:
MF 11 Ruben Vargas   23'
MF 15 Djibril Sow   81'
FW 19 Mario Gavranović   120+1'   81'
MF 16 Christian Fassnacht   90+2'
DF 2 Kevin Mbabu   100'
DF 22 Fabian Schär   100'
Manager:
Vladimir Petković
 
GK 23 Unai Simón
RB 2 César Azpilicueta
CB 24 Aymeric Laporte   90+3'
CB 4 Pau Torres   113'
LB 18 Jordi Alba
CM 8 Koke   90+1'
CM 5 Sergio Busquets (c)
CM 26 Pedri   119'
RF 11 Ferran Torres   91'
CF 7 Álvaro Morata   54'
LF 22 Pablo Sarabia   46'
Substitutions:
MF 19 Dani Olmo   46'
FW 9 Gerard Moreno   54'
MF 6 Marcos Llorente   90+1'
FW 21 Mikel Oyarzabal   91'
MF 10 Thiago   113'
MF 16 Rodri   119'
Manager:
Luis Enrique

Man of the Match:
Unai Simón (Spain)[6]

Assistant referees:[22]
Stuart Burt (England)
Simon Bennett (England)
Fourth official:
Ovidiu Hațegan (Romania)
Reserve assistant referee:
Sebastian Gheorghe (Romania)
Video assistant referee:
Chris Kavanagh (England)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Christian Dingert (Germany)
Lee Betts (England)
Stuart Attwell (England)

Belgium vs ItalyEdit

Belgium  1–2  Italy
Report
Attendance: 12,984[23]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Belgium[24]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy[24]
GK 1 Thibaut Courtois
CB 2 Toby Alderweireld
CB 3 Thomas Vermaelen
CB 5 Jan Vertonghen (c)
RM 15 Thomas Meunier   69'
CM 6 Axel Witsel
CM 8 Youri Tielemans   21'   69'
LM 16 Thorgan Hazard
AM 7 Kevin De Bruyne
AM 25 Jérémy Doku
CF 9 Romelu Lukaku
Substitutions:
FW 14 Dries Mertens   69'
MF 22 Nacer Chadli   69'   73'
MF 26 Dennis Praet   73'
Manager:
  Roberto Martínez
 
GK 21 Gianluigi Donnarumma
RB 2 Giovanni Di Lorenzo
CB 19 Leonardo Bonucci
CB 3 Giorgio Chiellini (c)
LB 4 Leonardo Spinazzola   79'
CM 18 Nicolò Barella
CM 8 Jorginho
CM 6 Marco Verratti   20'   74'
RW 14 Federico Chiesa   90+1'
CF 17 Ciro Immobile   74'
LW 10 Lorenzo Insigne   79'
Substitutions:
MF 16 Bryan Cristante   74'
FW 9 Andrea Belotti   74'
FW 11 Domenico Berardi   90'   79'
DF 13 Emerson   79'
DF 25 Rafael Tolói   90+1'
Manager:
Roberto Mancini

Man of the Match:
Lorenzo Insigne (Italy)[6]

Assistant referees:[24]
Tomaž Klančnik (Slovenia)
Andraž Kovačič (Slovenia)
Fourth official:
Fernando Rapallini (Argentina)
Reserve assistant referee:
Juan Pablo Belatti (Argentina)
Video assistant referee:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Marco Fritz (Germany)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Paweł Gil (Poland)

Czech Republic vs DenmarkEdit

Czech Republic  1–2  Denmark
Report
Attendance: 16,306[25]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Czech Republic[26]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Denmark[26]
GK 1 Tomáš Vaclík
RB 5 Vladimír Coufal
CB 3 Ondřej Čelůstka   65'
CB 6 Tomáš Kalas   86'
LB 18 Jan Bořil
CM 9 Tomáš Holeš   46'
CM 15 Tomáš Souček (c)
RW 12 Lukáš Masopust   46'
AM 7 Antonín Barák
LW 13 Petr Ševčík   79'
CF 10 Patrik Schick   79'
Substitutions:
FW 11 Michael Krmenčík   84'   46'
MF 14 Jakub Jankto   46'
DF 4 Jakub Brabec   65'
FW 20 Matěj Vydra   79'
MF 8 Vladimír Darida   79'
Manager:
Jaroslav Šilhavý
 
GK 1 Kasper Schmeichel
CB 6 Andreas Christensen   81'
CB 4 Simon Kjær (c)
CB 3 Jannik Vestergaard
RM 17 Jens Stryger Larsen   70'
CM 23 Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
CM 8 Thomas Delaney   81'
LM 5 Joakim Mæhle
RF 9 Martin Braithwaite
CF 12 Kasper Dolberg   59'
LF 14 Mikkel Damsgaard   59'
Substitutions:
FW 20 Yussuf Poulsen   59'
MF 15 Christian Nørgaard   59'
MF 18 Daniel Wass   70'
DF 2 Joachim Andersen   81'
MF 24 Mathias Jensen   81'
Manager:
Kasper Hjulmand

Man of the Match:
Thomas Delaney (Denmark)[6]

Assistant referees:[26]
Sander van Roekel (Netherlands)
Erwin Zeinstra (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Sergei Karasev (Russia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Igor Demeshko (Russia)
Video assistant referee:
Pol van Boekel (Netherlands)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Kevin Blom (Netherlands)
Filippo Meli (Italy)
Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)

Ukraine vs EnglandEdit

Ukraine  0–4  England
Report
Attendance: 11,880[27]
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ukraine[28]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England[28]
GK 1 Heorhiy Bushchan
CB 13 Illya Zabarnyi
CB 4 Serhiy Kryvtsov   35'
CB 22 Mykola Matviyenko
RM 21 Oleksandr Karavayev
CM 5 Serhiy Sydorchuk   64'
CM 17 Oleksandr Zinchenko
LM 16 Vitaliy Mykolenko
AM 10 Mykola Shaparenko
CF 9 Roman Yaremchuk
CF 7 Andriy Yarmolenko (c)
Substitutions:
MF 15 Viktor Tsyhankov   35'
MF 14 Yevhenii Makarenko   64'
Manager:
Andriy Shevchenko
 
GK 1 Jordan Pickford
RB 2 Kyle Walker
CB 5 John Stones
CB 6 Harry Maguire
LB 3 Luke Shaw   65'
CM 4 Declan Rice   57'
CM 14 Kalvin Phillips   65'
RW 17 Jadon Sancho
AM 19 Mason Mount
LW 10 Raheem Sterling   65'
CF 9 Harry Kane (c)   73'
Substitutions:
MF 8 Jordan Henderson   57'
DF 12 Kieran Trippier   65'
FW 11 Marcus Rashford   65'
MF 26 Jude Bellingham   65'
FW 18 Dominic Calvert-Lewin   73'
Manager:
Gareth Southgate

Man of the Match:
Harry Kane (England)[6]

Assistant referees:[28]
Mark Borsch (Germany)
Stefan Lupp (Germany)
Fourth official:
Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)
Reserve assistant referee:
Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez (Spain)
Video assistant referee:
Marco Fritz (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Christian Dingert (Germany)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Bastian Dankert (Germany)

Semi-finalsEdit

Italy vs SpainEdit

Italy  1–1 (a.e.t.)  Spain
Report
Penalties
4–2
Attendance: 57,811[29]
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy[30]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain[30]
GK 21 Gianluigi Donnarumma
RB 2 Giovanni Di Lorenzo
CB 19 Leonardo Bonucci   118'
CB 3 Giorgio Chiellini (c)
LB 13 Emerson   73'
CM 18 Nicolò Barella   85'
CM 8 Jorginho
CM 6 Marco Verratti   73'
RW 14 Federico Chiesa   107'
LW 10 Lorenzo Insigne   85'
CF 17 Ciro Immobile   61'
Substitutions:
FW 11 Domenico Berardi   61'
DF 25 Rafael Tolói   97'   73'
MF 12 Matteo Pessina   73'
MF 5 Manuel Locatelli   85'
FW 9 Andrea Belotti   85'
MF 20 Federico Bernardeschi   107'
Manager:
Roberto Mancini
 
GK 23 Unai Simón
RB 2 César Azpilicueta   85'
CB 12 Eric García   109'
CB 24 Aymeric Laporte
LB 18 Jordi Alba
DM 5 Sergio Busquets (c)   51'   106'
CM 8 Koke   70'
CM 26 Pedri
RW 11 Ferran Torres   61'
LW 19 Dani Olmo
CF 21 Mikel Oyarzabal   70'
Substitutions:
FW 7 Álvaro Morata   61'
FW 9 Gerard Moreno   70'
MF 16 Rodri   70'
MF 6 Marcos Llorente   85'
MF 10 Thiago   106'
DF 4 Pau Torres   109'
Manager:
Luis Enrique

Man of the Match:
Federico Chiesa (Italy)[6]

Assistant referees:[30]
Mark Borsch (Germany)
Stefan Lupp (Germany)
Fourth official:
Sergei Karasev (Russia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Maksim Gavrilin (Russia)
Video assistant referee:
Marco Fritz (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Christian Dingert (Germany)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Bastian Dankert (Germany)

England vs DenmarkEdit

England  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Denmark
Report
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England[32]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Denmark[32]
GK 1 Jordan Pickford
RB 2 Kyle Walker
CB 5 John Stones
CB 6 Harry Maguire   49'
LB 3 Luke Shaw
CM 14 Kalvin Phillips
CM 4 Declan Rice   95'
RW 25 Bukayo Saka   69'
AM 19 Mason Mount   95'
LW 10 Raheem Sterling
CF 9 Harry Kane (c)
Substitutions:
MF 7 Jack Grealish   69'   106'
MF 8 Jordan Henderson   95'
MF 20 Phil Foden   95'
DF 12 Kieran Trippier   106'
Manager:
Gareth Southgate
 
GK 1 Kasper Schmeichel
CB 6 Andreas Christensen   79'
CB 4 Simon Kjær (c)
CB 3 Jannik Vestergaard   105'
RWB 17 Jens Stryger Larsen   67'
LWB 5 Joakim Mæhle
CM 23 Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
CM 8 Thomas Delaney   88'
RW 9 Martin Braithwaite
CF 12 Kasper Dolberg   67'
LW 14 Mikkel Damsgaard   67'
Substitutions:
MF 18 Daniel Wass   72'   67'
FW 20 Yussuf Poulsen   67'
MF 15 Christian Nørgaard   67'
DF 2 Joachim Andersen   79'
MF 24 Mathias Jensen   88'[note 1]
FW 19 Jonas Wind   105'
Manager:
Kasper Hjulmand

Man of the Match:
Harry Kane (England)[6]

Assistant referees:[32]
Hessel Steegstra (Netherlands)
Jan de Vries (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Ovidiu Hațegan (Romania)
Reserve assistant referee:
Sebastian Gheorghe (Romania)
Video assistant referee:
Pol van Boekel (Netherlands)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Kevin Blom (Netherlands)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Paweł Gil (Poland)

FinalEdit

Italy  1–1 (a.e.t.)  England
Report
Penalties
3–2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy[35]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England[35]
GK 21 Gianluigi Donnarumma
RB 2 Giovanni Di Lorenzo
CB 19 Leonardo Bonucci   55'
CB 3 Giorgio Chiellini (c)   90+6'
LB 13 Emerson Palmieri   118'
DM 8 Jorginho   114'
CM 18 Nicolò Barella   47'   54'
CM 6 Marco Verratti   96'
RW 14 Federico Chiesa   86'
LW 10 Lorenzo Insigne   84'   91'
CF 17 Ciro Immobile   54'
Substitutions:
MF 16 Bryan Cristante   54'
FW 11 Domenico Berardi   54'
MF 20 Federico Bernardeschi   86'
FW 9 Andrea Belotti   91'
MF 5 Manuel Locatelli   96'
DF 24 Alessandro Florenzi   118'
Manager:
Roberto Mancini
 
GK 1 Jordan Pickford
CB 2 Kyle Walker   120'
CB 5 John Stones
CB 6 Harry Maguire   106'
RWB 12 Kieran Trippier   70'
LWB 3 Luke Shaw
CM 14 Kalvin Phillips
CM 4 Declan Rice   74'
RW 19 Mason Mount   99'
LW 10 Raheem Sterling
CF 9 Harry Kane (c)
Substitutions:
MF 25 Bukayo Saka   70'
MF 8 Jordan Henderson   74'   120'
MF 7 Jack Grealish   99'
FW 11 Marcus Rashford   120'
MF 17 Jadon Sancho   120'
Manager:
Gareth Southgate

Man of the Match:
Leonardo Bonucci (Italy)[6]

Assistant referees:[36]
Sander van Roekel (Netherlands)
Erwin Zeinstra (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)
Reserve assistant referee:
Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez (Spain)
Video assistant referee:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Pol van Boekel (Netherlands)
Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
Marco Fritz (Germany)

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Mathias Jensen went off injured after Denmark had used all substitutions.[33]

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