What date does the Euro 2021 tournament start, which teams have qualified and what are the latest odds?

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After a 12-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Uefa-run European Football Championship - or Euros in its abbreviated form - will shortly get underway.

Split around the continent, the best European teams will battle it out to dethrone 2016 champions, and first-time winners, Portugal.

Telegraph Sport rounds up the key dates, teams will be taking part and the latest winner odds.

What date does the tournament start?

Postponed a year due to coronavirus, the European Championship will take place between Friday, June 11 and Sunday, July 11 2021.

The opening game will be Turkey vs Italy in Group A. The knockout stages begin on June 26, with the final at Wembley on July 22.

Where is the tournament taking place?

Originally to be played at 13 venues across 13 countries, two hosts were later removed: Brussels in December 2017 due to delays with the building of the Eurostadium, and Dublin in April 2021 as there was no guarantee for spectators to attend. Spain also changed their host city from Bilbao to Seville to allow an audience at matches.

  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) – Johan Cruijff ArenA

  • Baku (Azerbaijan) – Baku Olympic Stadium

  • Bucharest (Romania) – National Arena Bucharest

  • Budapest (Hungary) – Puskás Arena

  • Copenhagen (Denmark) – Parken Stadium

  • Glasgow (Scotland) – Hampden Park

  • London (England) – Wembley Stadium

  • Munich (Germany) – Football Arena Munich

  • Rome (Italy) – Stadio Olimpico

  • Saint Petersburg (Russia) – Saint Petersburg Stadium

  • Seville (Spain) – Estadio La Cartuja

What TV channel is it on?

It will be a mixture of BBC and ITV, with the channels for the knockout stages yet to be decided. You can read a full TV breakdown, with kick-off times here: how to watch every Euro 2021 match live

Which teams have qualified?

  • Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

  • Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland

  • Group C: Ukraine, Holland, Austria, North Macedonia

  • Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland

  • Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

  • Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary

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What are the latest odds?

  • England 5/1

  • France 5/1

  • Belgium 11/2

  • Spain 13/2

  • Germany 7/1

  • Portugal 15/2

  • Italy 9/1

  • Holland 12/1

  • Denmark 25/1

  • Croatia 25/1

  • Sweden 60/1

  • Switzerland 60/1

  • Turkey 60/1

  • Poland 60/1

  • Austria 75/1

  • Russia 75/1

  • Wales 100/1

  • Czech Republic 100/1

  • Ukraine 100/1

  • Scotland 200/1

  • Finland 250/1

  • Hungary 250/1

  • Slovakia 250/1

  • North Macedonia 400/1

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