The countdown for the Euro 2020 has begun as the tournament will kick-off in less than 100 days. The event, which was postponed by a year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, is scheduled to begin with Italy taking on Turkey in Rome on June 11.
The original plan saw the competition take place in 12 different cities across Europe. However, with many of those host nations still under a strict lockdown, it remains unclear whether that plan can be delivered.
Will the host cities be reduced, perhaps even to one single city? How many fans will be allowed in the stadiums? Many questions persist as the football world waits for UEFA to provide some more substantial answers in mid-April.