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On Sunday, England fans will be hoping that “football’s coming home” as London’s Wembley Stadium hosts the 2020 Euro final (3 p.m. ET on ESPN).

For Italy fans, they’ll be hoping their beloved Azzurri can become just the fourth nation with multiple UEFA European Championships, joining Germany (3), Spain (3) and France (2). Italy won the competition in 1968, and were runners-up in 2000 and 2012.

Coach Gareth Southgate’s squad is looking to erase decades of frustration for what had been an underachieving England that hasn’t won a major competition since the 1966 World Cup, which England hosted. Before the 2020 Euro, England’s best finish in the Euros was third place, done twice (1968 and 1996).

Despite failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup (joining other notables such as the Netherlands and the U.S. to miss out), Italy is experiencing a rapid resurgence under manager Roberto Mancini. With the semifinal win over Spain, Italy extended a national-record unbeaten streak to 33 matches, an incredible run that dates back to September 2018.

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Harry Kane celebrates after scoring the go-ahead goal in England's 2-1 win over Denmark in the Euro 2020 semifinals at Wembley Stadium.

Harry Kane celebrates after scoring the go-ahead goal in England’s 2-1 win over Denmark in the Euro 2020 semifinals at Wembley Stadium.

Here’s everything you need to know for the final match of the 2020 UEFA Euro soccer tournament:

How to watch the UEFA Euro 2020 final on TV

The UEFA European Championship final will be broadcast on ESPN, with games available to be streamed live on ESPN+. Spanish-language broadcasts will be available on Univision and TUDN. Games also available on fuboTV.

ESPN’s coverage starts Sunday at 2:30 p.m. ET, with the game slated to kick off at 3 p.m. ET. Coverage on Univision and TUDN starts at 2:50 p.m. ET, with a pregame show at 2 p.m. ET.

What are the UEFA Euro 2020 final odds?

According to BetMGM, England is the favorite to win the UEFA Euro 2020 final, with the moneyline set at England (-130) and Italy (+100).

What are the previous UEFA Euro 2020 match results?


Tuesday, July 6

Wednesday, July 7


Friday, July 2

Saturday, July 3


Saturday, June 26

  • Denmark 4, Wales 0

  • Italy 2, Austria 1

Sunday, June 27

Monday, June 28


Friday, June 11

Saturday, June 12

  • Wales 1, Switzerland 1

  • Finland 1, Denmark 0

  • Belgium 3, Russia 0

Sunday, June 13

Monday, June 14

Tuesday, June 15

  • Portugal 3, Hungary 0

  • France 1, Germany 0

Wednesday, June 16

  • Russia 1, Finland 0

  • Wales 2, Turkey 0

  • Italy 3, Switzerland 0

Thursday, June 17

Friday, June 18

Saturday, June 19

Sunday, June 20

  • Italy 1, Wales 0

  • Switzerland 3, Turkey 1

Monday, June 21

Tuesday, June 22

Wednesday, June 23

  • Spain 5, Slovakia 0

  • Sweden 3, Poland 2

  • Germany 2, Hungary 2

  • Portugal 2, France 2

Which countries have won the Euros?

Germany and Spain have won the most UEFA European Football Championships with three apiece. France has won the competition twice. The Czech Republic (then Czechoslovakia), Denmark, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal and the Soviet Union have one title apiece. Portugal won Euro 2016 in France.

Previous Euro finals:

  • 2016: Portugal over France, 1-0 (won in extra time)

  • 2012: Spain over Italy, 4-0

  • 2008: Spain over Germany, 1-0

  • 2004: Greece over Portugal, 1-0

  • 2000: France over Italy, 2-1 (won on golden goal in extra time)

  • 1996: Germany over Czech Republic, 2-1 (won on golden goal in extra time)

  • 1992: Denmark over Germany, 2-0

  • 1988: Netherlands over Soviet Union, 2-0

  • 1984: France over Spain, 2-0

  • 1980: West Germany over Belgium, 2-1

  • 1976: Czechoslovakia over West Germany, 2-2 (Czechoslovakia won penalty shootout, 5-3)

  • 1972: West Germany over Soviet Union, 3-0

  • 1968: Italy over Yugoslavia, 2-0

  • 1964: Spain over Soviet Union, 2-1

  • 1960: Soviet Union over Yugoslavia, 2-1 (won in extra time)

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Is ‘football coming home’? Euro 2020 final TV and streaming info, odds

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