See all the fixtures in Georgia and Romania running from 21 June to 8 July.
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The 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship final tournament in Romania and Georgia kicks off on 21 June.
The group stage runs until 28 June, with the top two from each progressing to the quarter-finals starting three days later. The final is on 8 July in Batumi.
U21 EURO final tournament groups
Group A: Georgia (hosts), Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands
Group B: Romania (hosts), Spain, Ukraine, Croatia
Group C: Czechia, England, Germany (holders), Israel
Group D: Norway, Switzerland, France, Italy
All kick-off times CET. Romania is one hour ahead of CET. Georgia is two hours ahead.
U21 EURO group stage fixtures
U21 EURO knockout fixtures
Saturday 1 July
QF1: Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group C (18:00, Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi)
QF3: Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group D (21:00, Giulești Stadium, Bucharest)
Sunday 2 July
QF2: Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group A (18:00, Shengelia Stadium, Kutaisi)
QF4: Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group B (21:00, Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca)
Wednesday 5 July
SF1: Winner QF1 vs Winner QF2 (18:00, Batumi Arena, Batumi)
SF2: Winner QF3 vs Winner QF4 (21:00, Steaua Stadium, Bucharest)
Saturday 8 July
Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (18:00, Batumi Arena, Batumi)
2024 Olympic men's football tournament
Europe has three slots in the 2024 Olympic men's football tournament, not counting hosts France, who automatically qualify. The top three finishers in the U21 finals (other than France, and England, who cannot qualify for the Olympics) will take part in the tournament.
The potential play-off match for the Olympic Football Tournament 2024 may take place on 6 or 8 July 2023 in Bucharest.
Batumi, Batumi Arena: 3 Group C games, Semi-final, Final
Kutaisi, Shengelia Stadium: 3 Group C games, Quarter-final
Tbilisi, Meskhi Stadium: 3 Group A games, Quarter-final
Tbilisi, Paichadze Stadium: 3 Group A games (involving Georgia)
Bucharest, Giulești Stadium: 3 Group B games, Quarter-final
Bucharest, Steaua Stadium: 3 Group B games (involving Romania), Semi-final
Cluj-Napoca, CFR Cluj Stadium 3 Group D games
Cluj-Napoca, Cluj Arena: 3 Group D games, Quarter-final