In the new pan-continental format, 24 teams will face each other across 11 different venues.
12 Manchester United players have been selected to represent their respective nations, but who exactly will they be playing, and because of the competition’s new style, where are those games taking place?
Here’s everything you need to know.
England– Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford.
The four English Reds have a fairly difficult group, but one they’d be expected to progress in.
Luckily for them, as the top seeds in Group D, the Three Lions will play all their fixtures at Wembley stadium.
First up on 13 June is World Cup runners up Croatia, that fixture is followed by a game give days later against their oldest rival, Scotland, and their group stage will be rounded off by what should be a routine victory against the Czech Republic on the 22 June.
Barring disaster, they should progress to the next round.
England Fixtures: Sunday 13 June, 2pm – Croatia – Wembley Stadium.
Friday 18 June, 8pm – Scotland – Wembley Stadium.
Tuesday 22 June, 8pm – Czech Republic – Wembley Stadium.
France – Paul Pogba
Pogba will represent Les Bleus this summer as Didier Deschamps’ side aims to add the continental crown to their World Cup success.
The phrase ‘Group of Death’ is overused in Football, but it fits the bill for France’s Euro 2020 group, as they face Portugal and Germany as well as Hungary in Group F.
France fixtures: Tuesday 15 June, 8pm – Germany – Allianz Arena.
Saturday 19 June, 2pm – Hungary – Ferenc Puskas Stadium.
Wednesday 23 June, 8pm – Portugal – Ferenc Puskas Stadium.
Portugal – Bruno Fernandes
United’s Player of the Year Fernandes is set to start for Portugal as they look to retain their European Championship title from 2016. He, alongside club legend Cristiano Ronaldo, will also line-up in Group F.
Portugal fixtures: Tuesday 15 June, 5pm – Hungary – Ferenc Puskas Stadium
Saturday 19 June, 5pm – Germany – Allianz Arena
Wednesday 23 June, 8pm – France – Ferenc Puskas Stadium
Netherlands – Donny van de Beek
Van de Beek hasn’t had the easiest of starts to his United career as he has been used as a rotational squad player at Old Trafford. Nevertheless, his form for the Netherlands – three goals in his last six appearances – suggests that he has a big part to play in Frank de Boer’s midfield.
As the top seed in Group C, the Netherlands will play all their games at the Johan Crujff ArenA.
Netherlands Fixtures: Sun 13 June, 8pm – Ukraine – Johan Cruyff ArenA
Thursday 17 June, 8pm – Austria – Johan Cruyff ArenA
Monday 21 June, 5pm – North Macedonia – Johan Cruyff ArenA
Scotland – Scott McTominay
McTominay will feature for Scotland in their first international tournament since 1998.
He has been an integral part of both United’s and Scotland’s squad since getting into the club side, and he could face each of the four English Reds when the old enemies play on 18 June.
Scotland fixtures: Monday 14 June, 2pm – Czech Republic – Hampden Park
Friday 18 June, 8pm – England – Wembley Stadium
Tuesday 22 June, 8pm – Croatia – Hampden Park
Spain – David de Gea
He may have played second fiddle to Henderson for a portion of last season’s Premier League campaign, but de Gea is still experienced, and that will come in handy for Spain in Group E.
As another top seed, all of their games will be held in Estadio de La Cartuja in Seville.
Spain fixtures: Monday 14 June, 8pm – Sweden – Estadio de La Cartuja
Saturday 19 June, 8pm – Poland – Estadio de La Cartuja
Wednesday 23 June, 5pm – Slovakia – Estadio de La Cartuja
Sweden – Victor Lindelof
Sweden will compete in their sixth European Championship in a row.
With 40 caps for the Scandinavians, Lindelof is one of the more experienced members on the teamsheet, and he will be hoping to use that knowledge to help Sweden have a successful tournament.
Sweden fixtures: Monday 14 June, 8pm – Spain – Estadio de La Cartuja
Friday 18 June, 2pm – Slovakia – Krestovsky Stadium
Wednesday 23 June, 5pm – Poland – Krestovsky Stadium
Wales – Daniel James and Dylan Levitt
Wales had a fine Euros last time around as they reached the semi-final stage of the competition. They’ll be hoping to go as far as they can again, and have Daniel James and Dylan Levitt available to help them get through Group A.
Their campaign gets underway on Saturday 12 June against Switzerland in Baku.
Wales fixtures: Saturday 12 June, 2pm – Switzerland – Baku Olympic Stadium
Wednesday 16 June, 5pm – Turkey – Baku Olympic Stadium
Sunday 20 June, 5pm – Italy – Stadio Olimpico