Every tournament focuses on the Group of Death, and this edition of the Euros certainly has its most challenging group, or at least on paper.
Defending Euro 2016 champions Portugal, 2018 World Cup winners France, Germany and Hungary will round out the four-team Group F, which is destined to be one of the most intriguing at this summer’s competition.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal boast an insanely strong squad, while France is arguably the deepest nation in the world at the moment as they go through their latest golden generation of talent.
Meanwhile, Germany will need to step up its game to levels they’ve previously reached after a brutal loss to North Macedonia in World Cup qualifying back in March. Finally, Hungary is the wild card in the group and could play spoiler if a result or two goes their way.
We kicked off our Euro previews on Monday with Group A, Tuesday with Group B, Wednesday with Group C, Thursday with Group D and Friday with Group E, so go visit those pieces for more on big contenders like Belgium and Italy.
Let’s take a closer look at the four teams competing in Group F ahead of this summer’s Euro 2020 competition.