The quarterfinal field at Euro 2020 is set, and it's hardly one that meets pre-tournament expectations.
Gone are the three titans from the vaunted Group of Death: the defending champion (Portugal), the reigning World Cup champion and heavy favorite (France) and Germany. Advancing are the likes of Switzerland, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Denmark, the latter of which overcame a near-death experience for its talisman and persevered through the group stage and round of 16. Even England won a Euros knockout match in normal time for the first time in its history.
What we're left with is an unpredictable field that still features some powerhouses to go along with the surprise guests. Can world No. 1 Belgium finally claim a trophy for its golden generation? Will Italy continue its impressive run despite surviving a scare at the hands of Austria? Can Spain become the all-time winningest nation in the competition's history? Will England bring it home? Or will a true shocker along the lines of Greece 2004 take our breath away and win it all?
Here are the matchups, times and locations for the four quarterfinal matchups—and the ensuing semifinals and final—as the road to lift the trophy at Wembley Stadium continues (results will be updated as they occur):
EURO 2020 QUARTERFINALS
Friday, July 2
12 p.m. ET: Switzerland vs. Spain in Saint Petersburg
Spain wins on penalty kicks (3-1) after a 1-1 draw. Spain scored on an own goal credited to Denis Zakaria (8'). Switzerland scored through Xherdan Shaqiri (68') before being reduced to 10 men after a red card to Remo Freuler (77').
3 p.m. ET: Belgium vs. Italy in Munich
Italy wins, 2-1. Nicolò Barella (31') and Lorenzo Insigne (44') scored for the Azzurri, while Romelu Lukaku (45') scored on a penalty kick for Belgium.
Saturday July 3
12 p.m. ET: Czech Republic vs. Denmark in Baku
Denmark wins, 2-1, on goals from Thomas Delaney (5') and Kasper Dolberg (42'). Patrik Schick scored for Czech Republic (49'), joining Cristiano Ronaldo atop the golden boot standings with five goals in the competition.
3 p.m. ET: England vs. Ukraine in Rome
England wins, 4-0, on goals from Harry Kane (4' and 50'), Harry Maguire (46') and Jordan Henderson (63').
EURO 2020 SEMIFINALS
Tuesday, July 6
3 p.m. ET: Spain vs. Italy in London
Italy wins on penalty kicks (4-2) after a 1-1 draw. Federico Chiesa (60') scored for Italy, while Alvaro Morata (80') scored for Spain—but missed a decisive spot kick in the shootout.
Wednesday, July 7
3 p.m. ET: Denmark vs. England in London
England wins, 2-1 after extra time on an own goal from Simon Kjær (39') and a goal from Harry Kane (104') on a rebound of his own saved penalty. Denmark became the first team to score on England in the competition on a free kick from Mikkel Damsgaard (30').
EURO 2020 FINAL
Sunday, July 11
3 p.m. ET: Italy vs. England in London
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