All NEW! It's football time again at Activity Village! We will once again have our full range of printable fun to help you get the kids involved, engaged and enjoying the tournament!
All the 11s!
The 16th UEFA European Championship has been carried over from 2020 and will run from 11th June to 11th July 2021, held in 11 cities in 11 UEFA countries! The opening game will be held in Rome and the semi-final and final will be held at Wembley Stadium in London.
Portugal are the defending champions. Who will win this year?
Our Euro 2020 Resources
There is more to mascot design than meets the eye! The official mascot for Euro 2020, Skillzy, is a "larger-than-life character inspired by freestyling, street and panna culture." What mascot would your kids design and what would it represent?
Official soccer balls for the big championships are usually full of exciting colours, flags and logos, so you could use this "design your own" printable with the kids with that in mind. Younger children might just enjoy colouring the different hexagons in their favourite colours...
Show your support for the England team with this fun colouring page! When it is finished you could wave it like a flag during the next match...
Colour in a supporter and the English flag, the proudly wave your colouring page to show your support!
Can you find a word for each letter of the alphabet, linked to Euro 2020? I expect there might be a footballer's surname or two for some of the harder letters!
Challenge the kids to fill in all the capital cities of the countries taking part in the Euro 2020 - 24 in total! I confess I had to look a couple of these up myself, so I've included a solution sheet too.
Can the kids match the 24 countries taking part in the Euro 2020 tournament to their capital cities? It's quite a challenge!
Get ready for the football tournament of the year - a year later than planned - with this fun colouring pages for Euro 2020!
These country flag bookmarks for Euro 2020 can be used in many different ways, in addition to marking your place in the book. Perhaps you could pull them out of a hat for a classroom sweepstakes - to give each child a country to support.
We designed these fun kit cards - showing each country's home and away, or first and second, kit for the Euro 2020 competition - to be used with our Euro 2020 group sorting mats. But there are so many ways you could use them!
Use an atlas (or perhaps an online map) to locate the 24 countries taking part in Euro 2020 and pinpoint them on our simplified map of Europe.
Use these useful country word cards on your Euro 2020 display, for pulling names out of a hat, or perhaps for a matching activity with the flags of the countries taking part...
Available in both lower case and upper case versions, this challenging word search contains all 24 countries taking part in Euro 2020. We've included the solution on page 2 of each pdf in case you get stuck.
This fun flag bunting is easy to assemble - and with the country name on the back of each flag it works as a flag identifying challenge too!
Put these posters up on displayhe Euro 2020 tournament so that everyone can see the group kits, both home and away or A and B, and recognise the different teams.
This Euro 2020 languages worksheet is a fun way for the kids to do some research into the languages that they might hear if they were supporters at any of the matches of the Euro 2020 tournament - and learn a little about Europe, of course!
It's coming home ... it's coming home ... Football's coming home ... How many of us are singing along with that old song right now? The kids can join in the fun with this new colouring page, keep their fingers crossed and enjoy the football!
Is this the year that it will finally come home? Support the England football team in the Euros or World Cup with this fun poster. You could even reverse the page, print it onto transfer paper, and make a T-Shirt to wear while watching. We've provided an A4 poster and a double A5 poster too.
This fun "Looking forward to Euro 2020" colouring page will help to get the kids in the mood for the European football tournament of the year - even if it is a year late and we'll be watching it in 2021 instead!
This trophy writing frame can be used in so many ways. They would be a fun way for children to write a match report - perhaps using the label on the base of the cup for recording the scores. Or write about the Rugby World Cup or Football World Cup or any other big sporting events.
Here's a fun, detailed colouring page of Wembley Stadium to print for the London Olympics or football fans! Best printed using your printer's borderless settings.