Euro Cup 2024: Round of 16 matches over, these 8 teams to battle for semi-finals

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Euro Cup 2024 Quarter Final Schedule: The round of 16 matches of Euro Cup 2024 is over. With this, the journey of teams from Italy, Denmark, Slovakia, Georgia, Slovenia, Belgium, Romania and Austria in this tournament has come to an end. There are now 8 teams alive in the tournament, including teams from Spain, Germany, Portugal, France, England, Switzerland, Netherlands and Turkey. These teams will meet in the quarter finals. Whichever team wins its match will advance to the semi-finals.

As for the Euro Cup quarter-final schedule, the knockout matches of the tour will be played on July 5 and July 6. Spain and Germany will meet in the first quarter-final on July 5, while Portugal will face France in the second quarter-final match on the same day. Meanwhile, the third quarter-final between England and Switzerland is set to take place on 6th July and the knockout match between Netherlands and Turkey is set to take place on the same day. The first quarter-final will be played in Stuttgart, the second in Hamburg, the third in Dusseldorf and the fourth quarter-final in Berlin.

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The UEFA Euro Championship 2024 semi-final matches will be held on Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 July. Berlin is going to host the first semi-final match, while the second semi-final match will be held in Dortmund. The first semi-final will be Spain/Germany vs Portugal/France. Whereas, the other semi-final will be between Netherlands/Turkey vs England/Switzerland. In football, seeding is given in advance. In such a situation it doesn’t matter if the team is number one or number one. The final of the tournament is to be held in Berlin itself. The final match will be played on 14th July. 11th, 12th and 13th July are observed as rest days.

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