Euro Cup 2020 kits: Adidas reveal first shirts for Belgium, Germany and Spain

Adidas has unveiled the home jerseys of Germany, Spain, Belgium, Russia and Sweden, who are all expected to play at the finals next year. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase Euro Cup Final Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.

Euro Cup 2020 kits - Adidas reveal first shirts for Belgium, Germany and Spain
Euro Cup 2020 kits – Adidas reveal first shirts for Belgium, Germany and Spain

The first batch of countries’ home kits for Euro 2020 – which kicks off in Rome on 12 June – have been revealed.

The tournament will be held across the continent for the first time to celebrate UEFA’s 60th anniversary.

The group stage of the qualification process will conclude in the upcoming international break before 16 teams compete for the four remaining spots in the play-offs next March.

Six sides have already qualified for the 24-team competition and several more will join them in the coming days.

Now Adidas has ratcheted up the excitement by releasing home jerseys for Germany, Spain, Belgium, Russia and Sweden. While Russia and Belgium are among the sides to have already booked their places in next summer’s competition, Germany, Spain and Sweden could all cement their places this week – with the shirts on display for the first time in the final round of qualifiers played across Europe in the next few days.

England, who will qualify if they draw against Montenegro on Thursday, have their kits produced by Nike, and the 2020 home kit has yet to be revealed.

Germany
Adidas has retained the iconic German stripes but remodelled them in the style of contemporary hand-painted pinstripes. Elsewhere, the black, red and gold flag colours have made a return on the sleeves. Fans from all over the world can buy Germany Euro Cup Tickets online.

Euro Cup 2020 kits - Adidas reveal first shirts for Germany
Euro Cup 2020 kits – Adidas reveal first shirts for Germany

Belgium

Belgium’s latest kit celebrates the strong and progressive colours of the country’s flag, and the graphic forms a letter ‘B’. To enjoy most exciting matches, grab your Belgium Euro Cup Tickets.

Euro Cup 2020 kits - Adidas reveal first shirts for Belgium
Euro Cup 2020 kits – Adidas reveal first shirts for Belgium

Spain
Spain’s shirt includes a ‘1920’ detail on the neck, which honours the 100th anniversary of their first-ever national team jersey. For live-action, you can buy Spain Euro Cup Tickets online.

Euro Cup 2020 kits - Adidas reveal first shirts for Spain
Euro Cup 2020 kits – Adidas reveal first shirts for Spain

Russia
The bold colours of Russia’s flag are represented here, and the blue and white detail on the sleeves is a symbol of the unity between players and fans. The community who love their favourite team they are booking Russia Euro Cup Tickets.

Euro Cup 2020 kits - Adidas reveal first shirts for Russia
Euro Cup 2020 kits – Adidas reveal first shirts for Russia

Sweden
A clean and minimalist design, Sweden’s shirt also includes an artwork graphic on the sleeves.Sweden Euro Cup Tickets can be grabbed from our global event ticket sales market.

Euro Cup 2020 kits - Adidas reveal first shirts for Sweden
Euro Cup 2020 kits – Adidas reveal first shirts for Sweden


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Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch

Euro 2020 Qualifying stages are quickly reaching its endgame, with the last couple of qualifiers. All set to go down in the next fortnight to decide which team will move ahead to the competition next year. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase Germany Euro Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.

Euro 2020 Qualifiers - Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch
Euro 2020 Qualifiers – Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch

England’s team has a golden opportunity to end their qualification campaign in style, as a win against Montenegro should be enough to get them through. Furthermore, there’s a new controversy for Gareth Southgate to deal with.

After Raheem and Joe Gomez got in an alleged scuffle at international duty, forcing the 3 Lions to rule out Sterling for the next game, the tensions are high in the squad.

A win is typical to bring parity to things, as England must prove their quality by beating Montenegro, which will make the trip to Kosovo a mere formality for them.

German euro team players are also in search of confirming qualification having had some stumbles in their own qualification process. They’ll look to get maximum points from the remaining set of games while hoping the in-form Netherlands drop points to end their qualification group in the first place.

Euro 2020 Qualifiers - Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch
Euro 2020 Qualifiers – Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch

Dutch are undefeated in their last four qualifiers, but a trip to daunting Northern Ireland will be anything but comfortable.

Of course, even if they lose to the Netherlands, the Green and White Army could still qualify for the playoffs round, but Michael manager Michael O’Neill is not its biggest fan.

Regardless, their game will probably be the biggest of the last round, but there will be a few other nations scampering to make a last-ditch effort at keeping their qualification dreams alive.

Iceland will probably have to be content with a playoffs place as they’re still 4 points behind France and Turkey in Group H. The World Champions take on Moldova and Albania in their remaining matches, but they’ll be hoping Turkey drop points to win the group.

Wales are also in hollow ground and in desperate need of back-to-back wins to even make the playoffs round. Winless in two, they must defeat Azerbaijan and Hungary in their remaining matches and hope Slovakia slip up to even make the playoffs round at this point.

Euro 2020 Qualifiers - Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch
Euro 2020 Qualifiers – Germany, England look to consolidate qualification in final stretch

Croatia, on the other hand, needs just one win to attain qualification and should be able to get that done in their next set of fixtures. Fans from all over the world can buy Croatia Euro Cup Tickets online.

Scotland has already progressed into the play-offs round and will be thankful for that. With Andy Robertson, Scott McTominay and Ryan Fraser ruled out of their final qualifiers, defeating Cyprus and Kazakhstan will be difficult but still quite possible.

Spain, Italy, and Belgium have already progressed into the tournament. They’ll probably experiment with some new combinations for the tougher tasks ahead and give chances for the underused players to prove their mark in the last few Euro qualifiers.

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England’s greatest ever XI including Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Bobby Moore

England will bring up the significant landmark of their 1000th international match on Thursday evening when they welcome Montenegro to Wembley.

Gareth Southgate’s side needs just one point from their two remaining qualifiers to guarantee their place at Euro 2020 and will be huge favourites to pick up a sixth win from seven games in Group A. To enjoy most exciting matches, grab your England Euro Cup Tickets.

The contest will also provide an opportunity to celebrate the rich 147-year history of the England men’s team, from their first-ever match against Scotland in 1872, through their 1966 World Cup win and right up to the modern-day.

The Three Lions have won 568 and lost 189 of their previous 999 outings, scoring 2,188 goals in the process.

Over the years 19 different managers have called upon 1,244 different players, and here Sports Mole takes on the near-impossible task of slimming that down to their best-ever XI.

Goalkeeper: Gordon Banks

England’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper and one of the greatest to ever don a pair of gloves, Gordon Banks is perhaps best remembered not for his role in the Three Lions’ crowning glory, but rather pulling off a save many deem to be the best of all-time four years later.

Banks produced a scarcely-believable stop to deny Brazil’s Pele at the 1970 World Cup, flicking the powerful downward header up and over the crossbar when it looked like a certain goal.

It was one of many highlights in an international career that spanned 73 caps over nine years from 1963 to 1972, with England’s all-time record appearance holder Peter Shilton having to play second fiddle to his former Leicester City and England teammate. Fans from all over the world can buy Euro Cup Final Tickets online.

Right-back: Phil Neal

A position blessed with a glut of consistent performers rather than standout superstars, former Liverpool stalwart Phil Neal is our right-back despite featuring in an England team which regularly underperformed.

Neal only appeared at two major tournaments for his country – the 1980 European Championship and 1982 World Cup – and had a relatively short international career of seven years. However, during that time he won 50 caps and scored five goals in addition to racking up trophy after trophy with Liverpool.

Neal ended his club career with 23 pieces of silverware, including eight top-flight titles and four European Cups.

Center-backs: Bobby Moore, Billy Wright

No all-time England XI would be complete without the golden boy of English football Bobby Moore, who remains the nation’s only World Cup-winning captain having led the Three Lions to glory in 1966. Described by Pele as the best defender he ever faced, Moore’s impeccable timing and reading of the game ensured that he made facing some of the greatest ever attackers look easy.

The West Ham United legend was made England captain at just 22 – the youngest to be handed the armband – and went on to lead his country in 90 of his 108 appearances, the latter of which was a national record at the time of his retirement. For live action, you can buy Euro Cup Semi Finals Tickets online.

The only man who can match Moore’s tally of 90 games as England captain is Billy Wright, who was also the most-capped player for the national team at the time of his retirement. Indeed, the Wolverhampton Wanderers stalwart was the first player in international football history to earn a century of caps, going on to reach 105 before retiring in 1959.

Left-back: Ashley Cole

Arguably the only England player who consistently replicated his club form for England during the ‘Golden Generation’, Ashley Cole was widely regarded as one of the world’s best full-backs throughout his 13-year international career.

Cole went on to win 107 caps for his country, leaving him as England’s highest-capped full-back and sixth on the all-time list. As well as appearing at five major tournaments for the Three Lions, Cole also won three Premier League titles, a record seven FA Cups and the Champions League during his club career.

Right-midfield: Stanley Matthews

The first real superstar of English football and the measuring stick for wingers for decades, Sir Stanley Matthews boasts a plethora of historic achievements in football – the first player to be knighted while still playing, the first winner of the Ballon d’Or and the FWA Footballer of the Year awards and England’s oldest ever player.

Nicknamed ‘The Wizard of the Dribble’, Matthews’s international career spanned 23 years, although the Second World War limited him to 54 caps. The winger made up for his lost time, though, last appearing for England at the age of 42 and going on to play in the top flight until he was 50. The community who love their favorite team they are booking Euro Cup Quarter Finals Tickets .

Center-midfield: Sir Bobby Charlton, Steven Gerrard

In a hugely competitive area of the team, one sure-fire pick was Sir Bobby Charlton. While Bobby Moore was the talisman behind England’s 1966 World Cup win, Charlton was the driving force and most memorably scored twice in the semi-final to down Eusebio’s Portugal. The final itself saw him play a more reserved but equally important role to limit the influence of a young Franz Beckenbauer.

Charlton ended his England career with 106 caps and 49 goals to his name – both records at the time of his retirement – and his performances in 1966 saw him win the Ballon d’Or as well as a host of other individual awards that year. At club level he made 758 appearances for Manchester United, scoring 249 goals.

Only five outfield players have played more for England than Bobby Charlton, and one of them partners him in central midfield. Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard hung up his boots after the 2014 World Cup having made 114 appearances for his country, including being part of six major tournaments.

While his international career was often criticized for an apparent struggle to play alongside Frank Lampard or a failure to emulate his Liverpool heroics for England, Gerrard was still one of his country’s most consistent and high-quality performers throughout the ultimately underwhelming Golden Generation.

Left-midfield: Sir Tom Finney

Perhaps the greatest compliment that can be paid to Sir Tom Finney is that there were many who could not choose between him and Sir Stanley Matthews when both were in their pomp. Finney perhaps did not get the same overall level of recognition as his fellow world-class contemporary, but those within the game were in no doubt as to his quality and Matthews himself compared him to the likes of Pele, Diego Maradona, George Best, and Alfredo Di Stefano.

England's greatest ever XI - Sir Tom Finney
England’s greatest ever XI – Sir Tom Finney

The winger’s loyalty to hometown club Preston North End was unflinching, spending his entire career with the unfashionable outfit despite numerous offers from elsewhere. At the international level, he made 76 appearances, scoring 30 goals – a record at the time – thanks largely to his ability to play on either wing or as a centre-forward.

Center-forwards: Wayne Rooney, Gary Lineker

There are many who feel Wayne Rooney did not fulfill his potential with England after bursting onto the scene as a breath of fresh air at Euro 2004, but his stats stand up against anyone. The former captain is the most-capped outfield player with 120 appearances, and surpassed Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record before ending on 53 – the only player to break the half-century mark for the Three Lions.

Voted England’s player of the year four times – twice as many as anyone else since the award was introduced in 2003 – Rooney also broke records at club level with Manchester United, where he scored an unparalleled 253 goals in addition to winning 16 trophies.

England's greatest ever XI - Wayne Rooney
England’s greatest ever XI – Wayne Rooney

Rooney could famously score all types of goal, but England have also been blessed with a number of football’s great poachers throughout the years, and Gary Lineker narrowly edges Jimmy Greaves to the second center-forward role in this team. Lineker agonizingly ended his international career on 48 goals – one short of the then-record held by Bobby Charlton – from just 80 caps.

An unrivaled 10 of those goals came at World Cups, including six at the 1986 tournament as he became the first English player to win the Golden Boot. Four more followed as England reached the semi-finals in 1990, falling just short of a first final since 1966 against West Germany in Italy.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – One match doesn’t make a career, England is gone, Ondrasek said

Attacker Zdenek Ondrasek spent a dreaming debut in the national team in October, as a substitute player scored a victory goal for the Czech team in the European qualification home win 2: 1 over England. Football fans can book Czech Republic Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

However, the fans’ big expectations are not admitted before Thursday’s key duel with Kosovo. After the club season in the US, he did not play a match since October 19, but he believes he is ready. He was also helped by the fact that he trained with the former club Wisla Krakow.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Ondrasek said One match doesn’t make a career England is gone

“As I said after the match with England, it was great, unbelievable. But one match doesn’t make a career, I won’t live all my life. It was nice, but it’s over. Now it’s a new match, completely different. For me, Kosovo is the biggest goal now. Life has not changed my life, maybe my family was a little happier and my friends congratulated, but that’s all, ” Ondrasek told reporters.

Of course, I was aware of the increased interest, but I know how it is. It doesn’t have to take all the time, it can turn with a snap of a finger. Immediately after the match with England, he was cooled by the elimination of his Dallas in prolonging the first round of the MLS playoffs from the later Seattle winner. 

“I enjoyed England for a couple of days, but a cold shower came in just a week after we dropped out in the playoffs. So upside-down. We were very disappointed because we didn’t play a bad match at all. It turned out to be the magic of playoff. But I saw better teams in MLS than they did, ” Ondrasek said.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Coach Jaroslav Silhavy will decide to attack between Ondrasek and Michael Krmencik

After the end of the season he kept on training.”I had to train myself for a week because the MLS rules are such that when you quit, the team, including the coaches, must be free. Wislou Krakow. I had more time to compare with the time shift. I feel good and of course I lack matches, I can not wait. If I get a chance, I look forward to the course, ” Ondrasek said.

In the absence of injured Patrik Schick, the coach Jaroslav Silhavy will decide to attack between Ondrasek and Michael Krmencik. Everybody wants to show the trainer that he is well prepared in the training. We haven’t had a one-on-one fight (with Krmencik) yet, but we can clearly see that we all want to show the best. Ondrasek smiled, referring to the nickname he was given while working in Ceske Budejovice.

In the US, he has completed his first season and does not consider changing his jersey. 

“I already bought a ticket for January. I have a contract for a year, Dallas has an option. I didn’t even think I shouldn’t go there,” he said.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Jaroslav Silhavy will decide to include Michael Krmencik into the squad

On Sunday, the Czech team will finish the qualification in Bulgaria and will start for the first time in a new set of outdoor jerseys, which has a bright green color.

“I wanted to put such a color on my head at the age of 13 or 15, fortunately my dad didn’t allow it. Then I shaved my head,” Ondrasek entertained.

It’s different, I hear from friends and family that it’s maybe even shocking. They’ve always been red, blue, and white. But it’s still the same in every pitch on the pitch. But with pink, I could have a little different he added with a smile.

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Euro Cup 2020 – How Portugal could line up against Lithuania?

Portugal comes into this one facing a fight to ensure they secure an automatic qualification spot for Euro 2020. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase Portugal Euro Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.

Euro Cup 2020 - How Portugal could line up against Lithuania
Euro Cup 2020 – How Portugal could line up against Lithuania

Fernando Santos’ side is currently second in the group but is just a point ahead of Serbia with two games left to play.

However, Portugal is hosting Lithuania next, who are bottom of the group and have just one point from their seven games so far, scoring just five times in that run.

With second-bottom Luxembourg to come in their final fixture, Portugal may feel confident of picking up maximum points and finishing second in Group B.

With five members of the last Portugal squad missing, Santos is going to have to make some changes to the starting lineup that were beaten 2-1 away from home by group leaders Ukraine.

However, Wolverhampton Wanderer’s goalkeeper Rui Patricio is fit and will be expected to start in between the sticks against Lithuania.

Euro Cup 2020 - How Portugal could line up against Lithuania
Euro Cup 2020 – How Portugal could line up against Lithuania

Benfica defender Ruben Dias is likely to retain his place ahead of him at the heart of the defence, as is Borussia Dortmund’s Raphael Guerreiro at left-back. With Semedo out, Leicester City right-back Ricardo Periera looks likely to replace him, while one veteran defender could replace another, with Jose Fonte coming in for Pepe alongside Dias.

Given the nature of the fixture, the more defensive-minded Danilo Pereira could drop out for Ruben Neves, who could partner club team-mate Joao Moutinho in midfield. Ahead of them, Bernardo Silva should keep his place on the right, while Bruno Fernandes could play as a tucked-in option on the left flank in place of Guedes.

Cristiano Ronaldo will undoubtedly start in attack if he is fit, while Mario could be replaced with an extra striker as Portugal go for goals, with Andre Silva in line to partner to the Juventus star upfront.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Czech Republic v Kosovo preview, prediction and odds

On Thursday night, the Czech Republic and Kosovo go head-to-head at the Struncovy Sady Stadion, in a potentially vital match in Group A of qualifying for next year’s European Championships.

The Czech Republic Euro 2020 qualifiers:

The Czech Republic head into this potentially pivotal group came second in the table, but ahead of Kosovo by just one point. A victory would see the home side qualify for next year’s European Championships. Football fans can book Czech Republic Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

They have qualified for the last six European Championships, despite failing to qualify for the last three World Cups. Jaroslav Silhavy’s team have won four of their last six qualifiers. The exceptions have been a 5-0 mauling at group leaders England and also a 2-1 defeat in Kosovo.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Czech Republic and Kosovo go head-to-head at the Struncovy Sady Stadium

They will be keen to add a crucial fifth win in the qualifying campaign to seal their place at Euro 2020. The home side has been prolific in those qualifying wins in the group, scoring at least two goals in each victory. Their last seven qualifiers dating back to 2015 have produced over 2.5 goals.

The Czech Republic’s home record in qualifying for the European Championships has also been good of late, as they have won seven of their last nine qualifiers on home soil, suffering just one defeat in the process. Their attacking prowess has been illustrated at home by them scoring at least two goals in four of their last five matches on home soil.

Kosovo Euro 2020 qualifiers:

Kosovo has been one of the surprise packages of Euro 2020 qualifying so far. This is their first every qualification campaign for an international tournament, but they head into the penultimate game of the group still with a chance of qualifying. To say the visitors have acquitted themselves well in Group A would be an understatement.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – The Czech Republic is ahead of Kosovo by just one point

In fact, they have won three of their last four group games, with the only defeat coming in a 5-3 defeat against England at Wembley. The fact that they have been fearsome going forward has certainly helped the Kosovans stay in touch with the top two, as the visitors have scored at least two goals in each of their last four qualifiers.

They have also scored in all six of their qualifiers for Euro 2020. As they are ion their first-ever qualification campaign, Kosovo has played just three away games, enjoying mixed fortunes by winning one, drawing one and losing one of their three games on their travels. Both teams have scored in all three of the visitors away qualifiers.

Conclusion

This game has so much riding on it. However, we are backing the Czech Republic to record a victory at odds of 4/6. Their home advantage could prove massive. Judging by the two team’s recent qualifiers, we are expecting goals, so we are backing over 2.5 goals scored at odds of 21/20.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Turkey v Iceland preview, prediction and odds

Turkey and Iceland will both attempt to take a huge step towards UEFA Euro 2020 when they clash in a big qualifying game next week.

Iceland Euro 2020 qualifiers:

Iceland’s heroics in UEFA Euro 2016 will live on forever in the history of international football, and we’re excited to see how they can add to that legacy. Football fans can book Iceland Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

They’ll forever be known as the ultimate underdogs at this level due to their size, but they keep making magic happen regardless. They’ll almost certainly have to settle for the playoffs at this stage but if they’re able to pick up a win here, they’ll start to believe that another wonderful run is possible.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Turkey and Iceland will both attempt to take a huge step towards UEFA Euro 2020

Iceland’s last outing was a nice 2-0 win over Andorra, and in their last six, they’ve also picked up wins over Moldova, Albania and most importantly Turkey. They were edged out by France in a narrow 1-0 defeat, and they were stunned 4-2 by Albania which was a huge knock to their qualification hopes.

Turkey Euro 2020 qualifiers:

Many fans will remember Turkey’s fantastic showing in UEFA Euro 2008 and some will recall their phenomenal displays in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Now, it feels like it’s time for them to deliver once again. They’ve had a phenomenal qualification campaign so far, and it finally seems like they’ve got a squad that works as a cohesive unit.

Whether or not they can keep it going in an actual tournament is another matter, but for now, they need to focus on pipping France to the top spot in the group. Their last six games have featured a lot of joy for this Turkey team, with four wins in that run. They beat world champions France in a stunning performance, they edged past Andorra & Albania, and they were able to put Moldova to the sword.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Turkey will be out for revenge against Iceland in the upcoming qualifier match

They also secured a draw against France in the reverse fixture, but against Iceland, they lost 2-1 – and they’ll be out for revenge.

Conclusion:

Entertainment is going to be high on the agenda for a game of this magnitude, with Turkey and Iceland both serving as really fun foes for world champions France. In the end, though, it’s pretty clear to see that Turkey has more quality throughout the core of their squad.

Iceland is going to give them a great game because they give literally everyone a great game, but when push comes to shove, the home will officially book their place in next year’s European Championships. While Turkey doesn’t tend to let games get too out of control, we think the visitors are going to drag them down into a firefight.

As such, we’re backing the over 2.5 goals, and we think it’ll clear it by quite a margin so make sure you try and tune in.

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Euro 2020 qualifiers – Raheem Sterling out of England’s match against Montenegro after break up with Joe Gomez

Raheem Sterling has been dropped by England manager Gareth Southgate for Thursday’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro after the conflicts between Manchester City and Liverpool fell over into the England camp. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase England Euro Cup Tickets online to the witness live performance of Euro Cup 2020.

Liverpool beat Sterling’s City 3-1 on 10th Nov Sunday to move 9 points clear of the defending Premier League champions at the top of the table.

The Liverpool defender Joe Gomez and Sterling had to be separated by team-mates on Monday after a “physical hostility.”

Euro 2020 qualifiers - Raheem Sterling out of England’s match against Montenegro after break up with Joe Gomez
Euro 2020 qualifiers – Raheem Sterling out of England’s match against Montenegro after break up with Joe Gomez

The pair had also collided on the field towards the end of Sunday’s match.

In a statement delivered by the Football Association (FA), Southgate said: “We have taken the decision to not ponder Raheem for the match against Montenegro.”

“One of the great challenges and strengths for us is that we’ve been capable to separate club competitions from the national team. Unluckily the feelings of yesterday’s game were still raw.

Southgate said, their feeling is that the right thing for the team is the action they have taken. Now that the decision has been made with the agreement of the complete squad, it’s important that they support the players and focus on Thursday night.

Euro 2020 qualifiers - Raheem Sterling out of England’s match against Montenegro after break up with Joe Gomez
Euro 2020 qualifiers – Raheem Sterling out of England’s match against Montenegro after break up with Joe Gomez

Raheem Sterling has been one of the stars of England’s qualification campaign, scoring 8 goals in six matches.

“Both Joe and I have had words and figured things out and moved forward. We are in a sport where passions run high and I am man enough to admit when emotions got the better of me. Let’s get focus on our match on Thursday,” Sterling said on his Instagram account.

A draw against Montenegro at Wembley will be enough to surety England’s place at Euro 2020.

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Euro 2020: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi return but Jack Grealish overlooked again

Jack Grealish continues to be overlooked for an England call-up by Gareth Southgate, who has recalled Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi to his squad for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase England Euro Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.

The Three Lions take on Montenegro and Kosovo later this month, with a draw against the former a week today confirming England’s qualification for next summer’s tournament.

Euro Cup 2020 - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi return but Jack Grealish overlooked again
Euro Cup 2020 – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi return but Jack Grealish overlooked again

Oxlade-Chamberlain and Hudson-Odoi are both back in the 27-man squad selected for the two fixtures, the first of which is the 1000th men’s international to be played by England.

James Maddison returns to the squad as he awaits his Three Lions debut, despite being criticized for visiting a casino after pulling out of England duty during the previous international break.

He is one of two uncapped players in the squad alongside Chelsea center-half Fikayo Timori, who received his first call-up last time out by failed to get on the pitch against the Czech Republic or Bulgaria.

John Stones, like Oxlade-Chamberlain and Hudson-Odoi, has been recalled, but fellow defender Michael Keane has been dropped by Southgate amid a tough season for the Everton man.

There is also still no place for Kyle Walker and Dele Alli, while Mason Mount does earn a call-up despite appearing to suffer an injury during Chelsea’s Champions League draw with Ajax on Tuesday.

Euro Cup 2020 - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi return
Euro Cup 2020 – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi return

“We’ve been very pleased with the form of Kieran and Trent. Trent’s form for Liverpool has been really exceptional. It’s an area of the pitch where we’ve got high competition for places.”

On Grealish’s absence, Southgate added: He’s a very good player – I’ve watched him closely this season. The reality of that is he’s up against Sterling, Rashford, Hudson-Odoi, and Sancho in those wide areas.

The competition in that area is the high level they’re all good players, Jack’s a very good player. I worked with him in the under-21s so I know all about him.

“He’s very close and he just has to keep playing the way he is. If we had issues over the weekend, I wouldn’t hesitate to call him into the squad.”

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Dublin will benefit to the tune of €106m from hosting 1 Euro Cup Round of 16 and 3 other games

The choice of Dublin to host 4 games in Euro Cup 2020 will be worth around €106m to the city, according to an economic impact survey carried out for Dublin City Council. Football fans can book Republic of Ireland Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Lansdowne Road will play host to three group games and one Euro Cup Round of 16 games in June 2020, in what will be the biggest sporting event to ever be held in this country. Football fans can book Euro Cup Round of 16 Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

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Euro Cup Round of 16 – Dublin will benefit to the tune of €106m from hosting 1 Euro Cup Round of 16 and 3 other games

Between 76,000 and 96,000 extra tourists are expected to visit Ireland during the 2 week period between June 15 and June 30, with the average stay estimated to be around 6 nights. Half of these will be spent outside of Dublin and nurture balanced regional development, according to a statement today announcing the independent economic impact study carried out by EY-DKM for the council.

“UEFA Euro 2020 will also result in the creation of 2,780 full-time jobs before and during the tournament as a result of additional tourism and organization spending,” it said.

The economic impact study likely that for every €1 of public expenditure, the contest will generate €4 of additional revenue for the Exchequer. It also looked at the impact on the economy of hosting the qualifying draw at the Convention Centre Dublin, in December last year, finding that this event generated €2m for the Irish economy.

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Euro Cup Round of 16 – Lord Mayor of Dublin, Paul McAuliffe, said excitement is quite truly building across Dublin

Up to 600 overseas visitors attended during the off-peak tourism season for that event, it said.

“With an expected global audience of five billion, Dublin’s hosting of UEFA Euro 2020 will represent a unique opportunity to showcase the city and country to the world,” the statement said.

Lord Mayor of Dublin, Paul McAuliffe, said excitement is quite truly building across Dublin and Ireland for the football tournament.

“Dublin is world-renowned for being a welcoming destination for tourists,” he said.

“We are extremely proud to be hosting UEFA Euro 2020 and sharing our city with visitors from all over Europe. The anticipated cultural and economic impact of the tournament will leave a long-lasting legacy on our city and beyond.”

Euro Cup Round of 16 - Tourism and Sports Minister Shane Ross said that their is positive effect of hosting the tournament
Euro Cup Round of 16 – Tourism and Sports Minister Shane Ross said that their is positive effect of hosting the tournament

Tourism and Sports Minister Shane Ross said the results of the study show the overwhelmingly positive effect hosting the tournament will have on Dublin, Ireland, and the wider economy.

“It will also serve as a great opportunity to demonstrate Ireland’s credentials to host future sporting events,” he said.

A Local Organisation Structure (LOS) comprising of Dublin City Council, the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Football Association of Ireland and the Aviva Stadium has been working on tournament preparations since winning the bid in September 2014.

To date, more than 1,600 people have applied to volunteer during the tournament with applications received from every county in Ireland and 56 different nationalities. The application process remains open and anyone interested in being part of UEFA EURO 2020 should visit euro2020.com/volunteers.

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