The best memes of Euro 2021 | Digital Trends Spanish

Everything ready for the most important national team tournament in Europe to start. Yes, we are talking about the UEFA Euro, which was delayed a year due to the great health crisis that caused the COVID-19 pandemic. Anyway, football fans have a reason to rejoice, or at least until Sunday, July 11, the day of the competition’s grand finale. And to laugh, it is only necessary to take a look at the best memes of Euro 2021 (although officially it is the 2020 edition).

The tournament has 11 venues located in different cities in England, Italy, Russia, Germany, Azerbaijan, Denmark, Hungary, the Netherlands, Romania, Scotland and Spain. Fans will have the opportunity to see the tournament physically, however, the capacity will be limited, it will be determined by each country.

Ireland declined to be part of the international meeting, not being able to comply with the regulations required around the new coronavirus. The municipality of Bilbao was replaced by the city of Seville (Spain).

The best memes of Euro 2021

Friday June 11

The Turkey vs. Italy

⭐👏 A great game and a win for the Azzurra! ⭐👏

Italy opens EURO 2020 with a dance and a win, 3-0 against Turkey

⚽ Demiral (Ag)
⚽ Immobile
⚽ Insigne

& mdash; The Radio Marker (@RadioMarker) June 11, 2021

The car that carries the ball of the Euro | The driver.# EURO2020

& mdash; BANDY (@ _Vandi1) June 11, 2021


The best match of this Euro has been Turkey 0-3 Italy 🧐

& mdash; ℭ (@COUTIENISMO) June 11, 2021

International expectation at its highest level

Good morning, the Eurocup begins today

& mdash; 𝑬𝒅𝒐𝒏𝒂𝑪𝒂𝒓𝒅𝒘𝒊𝒏 🇦🇷🎩 (@EdonaCardwin) June 11, 2021

-Why are you wearing a ball gown?
-Today the Eurocup begins

& mdash; 𝑺𝒂𝒏𝒅𝒓𝒂. (@ SandraSoler98) June 11, 2021

Come on, guys, the Eurocup begins 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰
#New profile picture

& mdash; ViTuber (@ViTuberYT) June 10, 2021


& mdash; malen🌼 (@wsflhs) June 11, 2021

* It’s Friday June 11 and Euro 2021 starts

& mdash; •• 𝗰𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗼 ൠ (@tellmechinese) June 11, 2021

EuroCup hashtags sorted by length, just for your viewing pleasure. #ITA#END#SUI#BEL#ESP#FRA#SVK#GER#RUS#POL#TUR#CZE#ENG#NED#DEN#AUT#FOR#UKR#CRO#SCO#WAL#HUN#SWE#MKD

& mdash; Carlos Sánchez (@chocotuits) June 10, 2021

Start the # EURO2020 and from today we will have daily football for the next two months, between Euro, America’s Cup, Gold Cup and # Tokyo2020

& mdash; Carlos Cortes (@CarlosCortesL) June 11, 2021

* For me, they asked the same question …

– Do you think you are going to pass the group stage at the Eurocup?

& mdash; Meme Rebelde HD3⚾ (@Meme_Rebelde_) June 10, 2021

Tomorrow starts the Eurocup

& mdash; Fer (@FerCanaveri) June 11, 2021

France during the euro

& mdash; THE COLORADO DIABOLIC OF SELECTION 🇦🇷 (@ElColoDiabolico) June 11, 2021

The dudes that we are going to swallow the whole Eurocup

& mdash; M (@alvaromuni) June 11, 2021

Hello, do you want to come see the Euro Cup with me?

& mdash; Maribel🐔 (@osust_) June 11, 2021

& quot; Well love, the Eurocopa and the Copa América are starting so you are single for a month & quot;

& mdash; Jose (@Joselometo) June 11, 2021

Where to see the tournament?

If you want to have all the details of how to enjoy UEFA Euro 2020, Digital Trends in Spanish has you covered, as it has a guide that addresses everything from groups to channels in which to enjoy each of the encounters.

The tournament, probably the last that Cristiano Ronaldo will play with Portugal, has among its great favorites Spain, England and the always candidate Germany. Of course, as we are accustomed to this international competition, surprises will not be lacking.

What about stadiums?

As mentioned earlier lines, each of the stadiums is prepared with anti-COVID-19 protocols, which depend on the rules imposed by local governments. That is part of the story; the other, all the mysticism that the different venues of the tournament contain.

For example, to a design by famous architect Norman Foster, the new Wembley Stadium was completed in 2007, on the same site as the old football cathedral, which was demolished in 2002. With a capacity for 90,000 spectators, the final cost of the installation was about 1,100 million euros.

With all the mystery and the spectacular of its buildings and landscapes, Saint Petersburg boasts its grandiose Krestovsky Stadium, also known as Gazprom Arena, designed by the Japanese Kisho Kurosawa.

Home of the FC Zenit team and of different international matches endorsed by FIFA, it owes its name to the island where it is located, Krestovsky, which originally housed Kirov, demolished in 2006 and where Zenit Saint Petersburg played.

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