Euro 2020/2021 Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: October 13, 2020

Euro 2020 Presentation and Trophy

Overview

  • Tournament suspended until 2021 due to the outbreak of global Coronavirus pandemic
  • Portugal are defending Champions after beating hosts France 1-0 in extra time

The European Football Championships held in 2020 will mark the 60th anniversary of UEFA organised football tournaments, and as a result, UEFA president Michel Platini has decried that the competition will be held across multiple cities in a “romantic” one-off celebration of football across the continent.

Unfortunately due to Covid-19 Euro 2020 will now be held the following year in 2021.

Euro 2021 Stadium List

 

CountryCityStadiumCapacityOpened
AzerbaijanBakuOlympic Stadium68,7002015
DenmarkCopenhagenParken Stadium38,0651992
EnglandLondonWembley Stadium90,0002006
GermanyMunichAllianz Arena75,0002005
HungaryBudapestPuskas Arena67,2152019
IrelandDublinAviva Stadium51,7002010
ItalyRomeStadio Olimpico72,6981927
NetherlandsAmsterdamJohann Cruyff Arena54,9901996
RomaniaBucharestNational Arena55,6002011
RussiaSaint PetersburgKrestovsky Stadium68,1342017
ScotlandGlasgowHampden Park52,0631903
SpainBilbaoSan Mames53,3322013

Host Cities & Match Packages

 

Round 16 and Group Matches

  • Bucharest, Romania
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Bilbao, Spain
  • Budapest, Hungary
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Glasgow, Scotland

Quarter Finals and Group Matches

  • Munich, Germany
  • Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Rome, Italy

Final, Semi-Finals and Group Matches

  • London, England – Wembley Stadium
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Last Updated: October 13, 2020