Euro 2024: Must-Watch Group Stage Matches

The 2024 European Championship draw in Germany has already taken place, and football fanatics and punters all over the globe have started marking their calendars for the must-watch stage matches of the year.

Aside from Euro 2024 Qualifier Worldwide, a long list of promising clashes between European powerhouses and stimulating moments are also anticipated in the upcoming Stage Matches. Reserve your seat as we take a closer look at the most electrifying first-round matches you must not miss.

June 14- Scotland vs Germany

The event will kick off with Scotland facing off against Germany at Munich’s Allianz Arena, marking the beginning of Euro 2024. On the other hand, Germany is set to make amends after the recent World Cup flops with their new coach Julian Nagelsmann. But the Scots wouldn’t be pushovers for their second Euro appearance.

Steve Clarke’s side rolled through qualifying, even beating Spain, and their vocal traveling support could make this an extremely tough opener for the hosts. As Nagelsmann said, “Great fans” could make this first match “very emotional.”

June 15- Albania vs Italy

 The defending champions from Italy will show off their defense in one of the outstanding venues of the event— Dortmund’s 81,000-seat Westfalen Stadion — against Albania who’s only at their second major tournament appearance.

Although the Eagles were overpowered losing two of three first rounds and failing to thrive for the knockout phase, a much greater side of Albania is expected.

Italy on the other hand, starts slow in international events, its final two Group B competitions against Croatia and Spain have been an eye-opener as the team aims nothing less than a win making the match note-worthy for both fanatics and punters.

June 16 – Serbia vs England

Harry Kane and England will be expected to lay down a marker with a statement win in their Group C opener against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen. But the Serbs, led by former Premier League star Aleksandar Mitrovic, could prove a tricky early test for Gareth Southgate’s expected title contenders.

June 18 – Czechia vs Portugal

With the huge fandom looking forward to watching Cristiano Ronaldo in action this match sure will be one of the biggest events for the upcoming Euro 2024. Not to mention the living legend will be 39 when the event happens.

Will he start for Roberto Martinez’s Portugal?

Come off the bench?

His role will be fascinating to monitor from the opening game in Dortmund.

June 20 – Denmark vs England

England is set to face their toughest rivalry yet as they stand against Denmark in Frankfurt. The Danish national team who previously made it to the semifinals of the previous European Championship are expected to showcase their ball control.

In addition, with the team’s key players Christian Eriksen, Rasmus Højlund, and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg plying their trade in the Premier League, fans can anticipate a gallant resistance from Denmark. Their familiarity with the English football field and the squad’s power will fire up the match, posing a significant challenge against the Three Lions as they bid to top the group.

The upcoming group-stage matches of Euro 2024 are geared up to be an absolute feast for football fans and sports bettors alike, with a long list of exhilarating clashes right from the opening kick.Whether it’s highly anticipated rematches of recent classics, reunions of Premier League superstars going head-to-head for their national teams, or potentially the last chance to witness living legends like Cristiano Ronaldo grace a major international tournament, the group phase is set to offer a smorgasbord of must-see games. Enthusiasts of EURO 2024 betting will be licking their lips at the prospect of analyzing these tantalizing matchups and placing their wagers accordingly, as the drama and excitement of the European Championship unfold before our very eyes.

Muhammad Saleem is an aspiring writer and Admin at Football Arroyo. He is a fabulous Football writer, and a huge football fan. He is also a football fan since childhood and has a keen interest in regional sports events coverage.

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