The groups for the 2020 edition of the UEFA European Championship (Euro 2020) were drawn on Saturday in Bucharest, Romania, and group F turned out to be the group of death with world champions France, previous world champions Germany and European champions Portugal all in one group.
The fourth member of the group will be one of the winners of the series play-off in March next year. It could be Iceland, Bulgaria, Hungary or Romania.
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The tournament will be held across 12 different nations to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its creation by Henri Delaunay.
It will hold between June 12 and July 12, 2020.