The 2020 European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2020 is the next edition of the tournament that is held every four years involving European men's senior national teams.
Unlike previous editions of the European Championship, which were hosted by one or two countries, the 2020 tournament is to be held in 12 cities in 12 countries. This new format is meant to be a one-off affair to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first European Championship.
UEFA only had one choice when postponing the Euro 2020 until next year. But given the rapid spread of coronavirus, it would also be common sense to backtrack on the plan for multiple countries to host the tournament.
UEFA is usually keen to preach that football and politics should remain separate. But even European football's governing body makes exceptions in some cases. There's a fair chance they will have to do so at EURO 2020.