Real-time updates from Wembley Stadium, England and Denmark competed for a spot in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.

  • England’s goal is to reach the European finals for the first time
  • Denmark won the European Cup in 1992
  • England have yet to concede a goal in Euro 2020
  • Denmark lost the first two games
  • Kick-off time: 19:00 GMT
  • The winner will face Italy in Sunday’s final
  • Italy beat Spain 4-2 on penalty in the first semifinal

Forecast time

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Road to the semifinals

United Kingdom
Beat Croatia 1-0
0-0 draw with Scotland
Beat the Czech Republic 1-0
Beat Germany 2-0
Beat Ukraine 4-0

0-1 lost to Finland
1-2 lost to Belgium
4-1 defeated Russia
Beat Wales 4-0
Beat the Czech Republic 2-1

“Is the football home?”

England’s national anthem of “Football Go Home”-chanted by fans at Wembley Stadium after the German game-is not for everyone.

The Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel swipes the so-called triumphant song cheekyly and said: “Has it ever been home? I don’t know, have you won?”


Denmark will have to do anything that the team did not do in the Euro 2020 game against England in order to reach the championship final: scoring goals.

The Danes recovered from two losses in the first game of the game and will face England in the second semi-final at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.

At the same time, the England team has not lost a game or conceded a goal in the 2020 European Cup so far, and will play in their national football stadium.

Read our preview of the second semi-final of Euro 2020.


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