The national team of Ukraine on football will not be able to play at the stadium in Saint Petersburg (Russia) in the group stage of Euro 2020, if you come to the final stage. The Ukrainian team can play a stadium in St. Petersburg in the match of 1/4 final.
According to the regulations of the draw finals of Euro 2020, the national teams of Russia and Ukraine will not be able to meet in the group stage, reports TASS with reference to the press service of UEFA.
According to tournament rules, the hosts of the event, which will be released in the final stage, will hold at the home stadium at least two matches in the group, but in the playoffs such guarantees anymore. In St. Petersburg will host matches of group B, which will be placed, if Russia qualifies for the tournament.
Consequently, the national team of Ukraine will not be able to get into the group B, three games which will be held in Saint-Petersburg.
Probably, the Ukrainian team can play in a group in St. Petersburg if Russia does not come at Euro 2020. Four rounds before the group stage is complete, Russia is among the leaders in group I.
The Ukrainian team can play in St. Petersburg in the match of 1/4 final.
At the moment, the Ukrainian team is in the lead in qualifying group B. in Order to ensure participation in the final stage of Euro 2020 Andriy Shevchenko enough to score four points in next two matches (against Lithuania and Portugal).
Except national teams of Russia and Ukraine in the draw in case of entering the tournament will be divided into different groups, the teams of Armenia and Azerbaijan and Spain and Gibraltar. Team Kosovo will not be able to play with the Serbs or the Bosnians.
The European championship in honor of 60 anniversary of the tournament will be held from 12 June to 12 July 2020 12 European cities. Saint Petersburg will take four matches of the tournament – three matches in the group stage and one match of 1/4 final stage.
The matches of the European championship will be held in London, Munich, Baku, Rome, Bucharest and Dublin, Copenhagen, Bilbao, Glasgow, Budapest and Amsterdam.