Keep track of who is officiating every game at UEFA EURO 2020

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Publish Date : 2021-06-20 12:33:30
Keep track of who is officiating every game at UEFA EURO 2020

Which referees are in charge of the EURO 2020 matches?
Sunday 20 June 2021

Keep track of who is officiating every game at UEFA EURO 2020.

Dutch referee Danny Makkelie officiated the opening game at UEFA EURO 2020
Dutch referee Danny Makkelie officiated the opening game at UEFA EURO 2020
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The 51 matches at UEFA EURO 2020 will be overseen by 18 referees and their assistant teams.

Group stage 
Matchday 1
11/06: Turkey vs Italy – Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
12/06: Wales vs Switzerland – Clément Turpin (France)
12/06: Denmark vs Finland – Anthony Taylor (England)
12/06: Belgium vs Russia – Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain)
13/06: Austria vs North Macedonia – Andreas Ekberg (Sweden)
13/06: Netherlands vs Ukraine – Felix Brych (Germany)
13/06: England vs Croatia – Daniele Orsato (Italy)
14/06: Scotland vs Czech Republic – Daniel Siebert (Germany)
14/06: Poland vs Slovakia – Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
14/06: Spain vs Sweden – Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
15/06: Hungary vs Portugal – Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
15/06: France vs Germany – Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)

Matchday 2
16/06: Turkey vs Wales – Artur Dias (Portugal)
16/06: Italy vs Switzerland – Sergei Karasev (Russia)
16/06: Finland vs Russia – Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
17/06: Denmark vs Belgium – Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)
17/06: Ukraine vs North Macedonia – Fernando Andres Rapallini (Argentina)
17/06: Netherlands vs Austria – Orel Grinfeeld (Israel)
18/06: Croatia vs Czech Republic – Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)
18/06: England vs Scotland – Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain)
18/06: Sweden vs Slovakia – Daniel Siebert (Germany)
19/06: Spain vs Poland – Daniele Orsato (Italy)
19/06: Hungary vs France – Michael Oliver (England)
19/06: Portugal vs Germany – Anthony Taylor (England)

Matchday 3
20/06: Italy vs Wales – Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
20/06: Switzerland vs Turkey – Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
21/06: Finland vs Belgium – Felix Brych (Germany)
21/06: Russia vs Denmark – Clément Turpin (France)
21/06: Ukraine vs Austria – Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
21/06: North Macedonia vs Netherlands – István Kovács (Romania)
22/06: Czech Republic vs England – Artur Dias (Portugal)
22/06: Croatia vs Scotland – Fernando Andres Rapallini (Argentina)
23/06: Sweden vs Poland 
23/06: Slovakia vs Spain 
23/06: Germany vs Hungary 
23/06: Portugal vs France 

Full list of referees
Felix Brych (Germany), Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey), Carlos Del Cerro Grande (Spain), Andreas Ekberg (Sweden), Orel Grinfeeld (Israel), Ovidiu Alin Hategan (Romania), Sergei Karasev (Russia), Istvan Kovacs (Romania), Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands), Danny Makkelie (Netherlands), Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain), Michael Oliver (England), Daniele Orsato (Italy), Fernando Andres Rapallini (Argentina), Artur Manuel Ribeiro Soares Dias (Portugal), Daniel Siebert (Germany), Anthony Taylor (England), Clément Turpin (France), Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)

EURO on this day: 20 June
Sunday 20 June 2021

On this day: Sérgio Conceição scored a memorable hat-trick for Portugal against Germany.

EURO On This Day: Classic goals from 20 June
Portugal 3-0 Germany
(Sérgio Conceição 35 54 71)
2000 group stage, Rotterdam

A Sérgio Conceição hat-trick earned a largely second string Portugal side an eye-catching third victory in as many Group A outings to end Germany's UEFA European Championship defence.

The Lazio man ended growing German optimism with the opener on 35 minutes and by the time he completed his haul midway through the second half, even fans of the holders were applauding Portugal's flamboyance. On a day that saw Lothar Matthäus, Thomas Hässler and Ulf Kirsten win landmark caps, Germany's UEFA EURO 2000 campaign came to a mediocre end.

"It was our third game and we were managing the playing time of the guys who had featured the most before then," recalls forward Nuno Gomes. "Still, we were able to produce a big win against a good Germany side. It gave us the boost in energy which can prove crucial at the EURO."

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Other EURO fixtures on 20 June
1964 third-place play-off: Hungary 3-1 Denmark (aet)
1976 final: Czechoslovakia 2-2 West Germany, Czechs won 5-3 on pens
1984 group stage: West Germany 0-1 Spain 
1984 group stage: Portugal 1-0 Romania 
2000 group stage: England 2-3 Romania 
2004 group stage: Spain 0-1 Portugal
2004 group stage: Russia 2-1 Greece 
2008 quarter-finals: Croatia 1-1 Turkey, Turkey won 3-1 on pens
2016 group stage: Slovakia 0-0 England
2016 group stage: Russia 0-3 Wales

Wales stormed through to the knockout phase of their first UEFA EURO finals as they eliminated Russia and won Group B into the bargain.

No team in France had been as quick out the traps as Wales in their first two games and they were at it again in Toulouse, Gareth Bale forcing Igor Akinfeev into an early save. Come the 11th-minute mark they led as Joe Allen's perfect ball sent Aaron Ramsey clear to calmly chip over the challenging Akinfeev and in.

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If the Wales fans were joyful then, nine minutes later they reached new stratospheric heights of elation when Neil Taylor, who had not scored a competitive goal above England's fifth tier – six years ago – was played in by a deflected Bale pass and poked the ball past Akinfeev at the second attempt. It could have been more before the interval, with Akinfeev denying Sam Vokes, preferred to Hal Robson-Kanu and Jonathan Williams up front with Bale.

Allen: 'Special moment' for Welsh football
At half-time Leonid Slutski tried swapping the Berezutski twins – having an unhappy 34th birthday – as Aleksei replaced Vasili. But there was little Russia could do to stem the Welsh tide, and Bale made it three with the outside of his boot. With England held by Slovakia, Chris Coleman's side are, in the words their supporters constantly chanted, "top of the league".

Man of the match: Aaron Ramsey (Wales)
Not for the first time in these finals, Ramsey was the real engine room of the Wales attack and the way he took his goal set in motion what happened tonight at the Stadium de Toulouse. The blond bleach seems to have given him extra powers; move over Super Victor!

Wales combine passion and poise
Whereas most teams have been content to start matches cautiously in this tournament, Wales have gone for it from the off and have netted four first-half goals, twice as many as any other side. Bale is the star yet, as so many have written and said about this squad, it is far from just him. Witness how Allen and the tireless Ramsey combined for the first goal, the graft put in by Taylor and Joe Ledley's incredible recovery from a leg fracture just a few weeks ago to start tonight. Remember, only one man has ever scored a knockout finals goal against Wales – Pelé.

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