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Free Euro 2020 wall chart available to download for all our readers

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Free Euro 2020 wall chart available to download for all our readers

Great news for all our readers (if you’re a football fan)! The UK Contracting Support Team has prepared a Euro 2020 wall chart, and it’s free to download now! Get your wall chart today and start filling it out as the tournament progresses. Will England make the nation proud? We’ve provided an overview of Euro 2020 and we’d love to hear your opinions about this summer of football. Keep reading to download your free Euro 2020 wall chart.

Get your free Euro 2020 wall chart

The UK Contracting Support Team has been busy creating a free Euro 2020 wall chart for you to download now. You can choose whether you want a large Euro 2020 wall chart (recommended, but may take a few seconds to download), or a smaller version.

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England’s Euro 2020 squad has been announced by Gareth Southgate

You know the Euros are close when the squads are announced! Today, Gareth Southgate unveiled his preliminary England squad for Euro 2020, and there are certainly a couple of surprises. What do you think about Gareth Southgate’s selection? Let us know in the comments section below. Don’t forget to download your Euro 2020 wall chart first! And if you’re interested, we also have a Euro 2020 sweepstake kit for you to download for free as well!

It’s interesting to see Trent Alexander-Arnold back in the squad. Leaving him out was a big statement from Gareth Southgate, but hats off to Trent – he ended the Premier League season very strongly and was instrumental in Liverpool finishing in the top 4. However, his form for most of the season wasn’t where it has been in the past.

The inclusion of Aaron Ramsdale was also a surprise to us. He’s a talented lad, but we can’t help but think that Dean Henderson would have been more successful as Sheffield United’s number one last season – should circumstances have been different. Mind you, Ramsdale had some big shoes to fill, and he always did it with a smile on his face!

England’s Euro 2020 squad is below (updated on the 1st June 2021 to include the confirmed 26 man squad. The 7 who missed out have been crossed out for your reference):

Goalkeepers

Dean Henderson (Manchester United), Sam Johnstone (West Bromich Albion), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Aaron Ramsdale (Sheffield United)

Defenders

John Stones (Manchester City), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), Harry Maguire (Manchester United), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa), Reece James (Chelsea), Conor Coady (Wolverhampton Wanders), Ben Chilwell (Chelsea), Ben Godfrey (Everton), Kieran Trippier (Atletico Madrid), Ben White (Brighton & Hove Albion)

Midfielders

Mason Mount (Chelsea), Declan Rice (West Ham), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund), Kalvin Phillips (Leeds), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)

Forwards

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspurs), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Jack Grealish (Aston Villa), Mason Greenwood (Manchester United), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

Will it be Euro 2020 or Euro 2021?

With the tournament delayed by 12 months due to COVID-19, it may seem a little odd calling this summers competition ‘Euro 2020’. However, while it may be tempting to refer to it as ‘Euro 2021’ – you would officially be wrong! According to UEFA, the competition “will still be known as UEFA Euro 2020, to honour the event’s original vision.”

When does Euro 2020 start?

The first fixture is scheduled to take place in Rome on Friday 11th June 2021. Turkey will be playing Italy at the famous Stadio Olimpico – a stadium with a maximum capacity of 70,000. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, we expect the number of spectators to be far smaller. Still, even with just a handful of supporters – it’ll be great to hear some authentic chanting in a stadium!

As things stand, Euro 2020 will have games hosted in 11 cities throughout Europe. If somebody could please comment below and explain why Baku is one of the 11 – please let us know. We have nothing against Azerbaijan, and it looks like a beautiful place, but they’re not in Euro 2020!?

The 11 host cities are:

  • The Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • The National Arena in Bucharest, Romania
  • The Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary
  • The Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland
  • Stadium La Cartuja Sevilla in Seville, Spain
  • Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan
  • The Football Arena in Munich, Germany
  • Olimpico in Rome, Italy
  • The Saint Petersburg Stadium, Russia
  • Wembley Stadium in London, England

The Euro 2020 groups

Like there usually is, there will be six groups in Euro 2020, each consisting of four teams. We’ve listed each group below. Please take note of Group F. What an astonishing selection of teams! Portugal, France and Germany all battling it out. Let’s take a moment to offer our commiserations to Hungary – or are we being unfair, and will they produce an upset or two? We cannot wait to find out!

  • Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
  • Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
  • Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia
  • Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic
  • Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia
  • Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany

Who are the favourites to win Euro 2020?

Almost unbelievably, England are up there as favourites to win Euro 2020 – who’d have thought it? According to Oddschecker, a bookies comparison site, England are joint-favourites at 5/1. France are the other joint-favourite. In our opinion, France has the edge over England! Not only have they won a major trophy far more recently than the Three Lions (2018 World Cup), but they have an unbelievably talented squad, including the likes of Paul Pogba, N’golo Kanté, Kylian Mbappé, Antoine Griezmann – the list goes on.

Having looked closely at the odds on Oddschecker, it’s clear that if you’re going to place a wager on a winner at this year’s competition, you’re best to back one of the following:

  • England – 5/1
  • France – 5/1
  • Belgium – 6/1
  • Germany – 7/1
  • Spain – 8/1
  • Portugal – 8/1
  • Italy – 11/1
  • Netherlands – 12/1

Who are we backing to win Euro 2020?

This year, our tip is Germany. The Germans always seem to turn up at major tournaments, and they have a well-deserved history of winning.

There will be some wonderfully gifted players in the German Euro 2020 squad, including Premier League stars Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and İlkay Gündoğan. You could almost pick a competitive German squad from Bayern Munich alone! For example, expect to see the likes of Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry lighting up your screens this summer. In fact, the strength in depth that the German squad has is remarkable. They even have two world-class goalkeepers – Marc-André ter Stegen and Manuel Neuer!

Who will make it into England’s Euro 2020 squad?

English football is in an exciting place, and we have one of the most exciting teams we’ve had in decades. There is no shortage of youngsters coming through the ranks, and some are playing well week-in-week-out for some of the best teams around Europe. Here are our thoughts on England’s strongest starting 11, as well as who we think should make the squad and who should be left behind this summer. Please comment below with your thoughts – we’d love to hear from you!

England’s Strongest 11

Pope, Chilwell, Maguire, Stones, Trippier, Rice, Mount, Foden, Rashford, Sancho, Kane

Include in the squad

Bamford, James, Watkins, Ward-Prowse

Don’t take to Euro 2020

Alexander-Arnold, Mings, Lingard, Saka, Phillips

Who would you pick in your starting 11 for England? Try the Sky England Squad Selector – it’s a great way to raise controversy amongst friendship groups!

We hope you enjoy using the UK Contracting Support Website’s Euro 2020 Wall Chart

We hope you enjoy the Euro 2020 wall chart and it comes in handy. In honesty, preparing this hasn’t been easy due to the ongoing changes that have been made to the event. However, we’ve done our best! There may be more changes to the event that happen after we’ve published this article. If this occurs, please be aware that some information on the wall chart may be inaccurate. If you come across any problems, feel free to comment below and we’ll try and update the wall chart as quickly as possible.

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Keep up to date with the latest Euro 2020 news

To keep up to date with the latest Euro 2020 news, we recommend you check our the official Euro 2020 website. It’s full of awesome information and features that’ll help you keep up to date with the tournament. Also – the official Euro 2020 apps are well worth downloading too – available on the Apple Store and Google Play. There is a really cool feature that allows you to sync fixtures directly with your calendar.

Some big players will miss Euro 2020

There are some big names who won’t be representing their countries at Euro 2020 because they’re injured, or they didn’t qualify. Here are some of the names we’re going to miss:

  • Jan Oblak – Sadly, Slovenia didn’t qualify for Euro 2020 so arguably the best keeper in the world won’t be on your TV screens this summer.
  • Erling Haaland – Haaland, the future of football, can rest this summer because Norway didn’t qualify for Euro 2020.
  • Martin Odegaard – Like Haaland, Odegaard won’t be representing Norway at Euro 2020 due to a dissapointing qualification campaign.
  • Konstantinos Manolas – The giant central defender will not be playing at this summer’s tournament as Greece, winners in 2004, did not qualify.
  • Virgil van Dijk – The Netherlands will be looking to win Euro 2020 this summer, but they won’t have their sensational centre-back Virgil van Dijk. He is still recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament injury that resulted in him missing most of Liverpool’s disappointing Premier League campaign. In our opinion, if van Dijk was fit – the Netherlands had a great chance this summer.

When are England playing in Euro 2020?

England have found themselves in Group D and will play against Croatia, Czech Republic and Scotland. It’s a pretty tough group, and none of the games will be easy. However, one huge advantage for England – all games of their group games will be played at Wembley.

Croatia beat England in the 2018 World Cup, knocking us out of the semi-finals. And Czech Republic have some really useful players. For example, what a player Tomáš Souček has proven he is. The central midfielder has been a machine in the centre of West Ham’s season and has helped the Hammers reach Europe for the first time in donkeys years!

And finally, the Scotland game. Scotland don’t have the strongest squad, but it’s going to be an immense game due to the rivalry between the nations. In a derby, anything can happen. To win, England must be professional.

England’s group games are as follows:

England v Croatia – Sunday 13th June, 2:00pm (Wembley)

England v Scotland – Friday 18th June, 8:00pm (Wembley)

Czech Republic v England – Tuesday 22nd June, 8:00pm (Wembley)

Hopefully you’ll enjoy writing the results to the matches above on your Euro 2020 wall chart, courtesy of the UK Contracting Support Website!

About The UK Contracting Support Website

Founded earlier this year, The UK Contracting Support Website is a site dedicated to providing useful information to sole traders, freelancers, contractors, and the self-employed in the UK. Most of our content is aims to cover important topics in the sector, such as umbrella companies, personal service companies (PSC), guides such as contracting in the UK, expenses, and more. However, we like to try and create some fun stuff too – hence the Euro 2020 wall chart. We hope you find it useful and enjoy filling it in. Hopefully England will go all the way!

Euro 2020 sweepstake kit

The design team at The UK Contracting Support Website has been super busy. They’ve also created a free Euro 2020 sweepstake kit for you to download for free.

Come on England!

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