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Dutch DJ Martin Garrix will be performing the tournament's official song, which will be unveiled at the full opening ceremony in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico.
The official Euro song will be played as teams walk on to the pitch and will accompany the television broadcasts.
Even though UEFA pushed back the tournament a year due to the complications of the Covid pandemic, it will still be called Euro and not Euro The decision to keep the name stems from the fact that most marketing and promotional materials were already branded with 'Euro ' and they are unwilling for it to go to waste.
UEFA stated: "It will furthermore serve to remember how the whole football family came together to respond to the extraordinary circumstances of the Covid pandemic and the difficult times Europe, and the world, had to go through in European Championship.
The road to Euro is almost complete, and Goal has the complete guide about everything you need to know for next summer's tournament.
Key player: Gareth Bale Despite turning 31 in the summer, Bale remains the talisman and is Wales' all-time record marksman.
A huge influence on and off the field, and now back at Tottenham, he has scored crucial goals throughout his international career since debuting in One to watch: Ethan Ampadu Still only 20, Ampadu's ability to play in both defence and midfield has enabled him to establish himself for Wales.
Comfortable on the ball, Ampadu can play out from deep positions and is a solid presence at the back when not in possession.
Founded in , the Football Association of Wales is the third-oldest national association in world football, behind England and Scotland The Swiss have not failed to reach a major finals since.
Key player: Granit Xhaka A tough tackler with excellent vision, Xhaka is the glue that binds this Switzerland side together.
The fact Switzerland surrendered a lead against Denmark after his 79th-minute substitution to draw a March qualifier, tells you a lot.
One to watch: Breel Embolo Forward Embolo got a fresh start at Borussia Mönchengladbach in after overcoming a spate of injuries.
Powerful, versatile and blessed with great pace, the year-old is a handful. One to watch: Mikkel Damsgaard Damsgaard is a technically gifted player with great vision and exceptional finishing skills.
Still only 20, he is on the verge of making a name for himself abroad — with Sampdoria in Serie A — and is also an emerging presence in the national set-up.
Denmark failed to qualify for EURO '92 but were drafted in ten days before it started after Yugoslavia were excluded. Coach: Markku Kanerva A five-time Finnish champion with HJK, Kanerva spent 12 years with the Under national team and as assistant to the senior side before taking the reins in Key player: Teemu Pukki Long earmarked as a player of great goalscoring talent, Pukki has found another gear since signing for Norwich in One to watch: Fredrik Jensen The year-old Augsburg winger has hit the ground running with the senior national team, developing a happy knack of chipping in with goals.
Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov The former Spartak Moskva and Russia goalkeeper took charge in summer and, after two years of mixed friendly results, steered the hosts to the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
Key player: Artem Dzyuba Zenit's tall centre-forward is Russia's captain and their top scorer among active internationals, getting closer to Aleksandr Kerzhakov's record of One to watch: Aleksandr Sobolev The year-old won his first cap — and scored his first senior international goal — in a friendly defeat by Sweden in October With Dzyuba now 32, the tall Spartak Moskva striker is seen by many as his natural successor.
Key player: Memphis Depay The Oranje have plenty of squad depth but much of the attacking burden falls on the powerful Lyon forward, an indefatigable runner with a fearsome right foot.
It is their longest absence from major finals since the mids — when they marked their return by winning EURO ' One to watch: Viktor Tsygankov The Dynamo man has tough competition, as Yarmolenko and Marlos can both fill his favoured position on the Ukraine right wing, yet he continues to carve out a niche.
This is the first time Ukraine have qualified for a EURO directly; they made it as co-hosts in , and beat Slovenia in the play-offs to reach the event.
He has been Austria boss since the start of France will go into the tournament firm favourites after winning the World Cup in Russia.
The world champions find themselves in a 'group of death' though, with reigning European champions Portugal and former world champions Germany both among the favourites.
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