UEFA Euros Stadium Guide: All Past & Present Venues

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Last Updated: July 20, 2021

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

Click any of the rows/links below to go to that tournament’s stadium guide.

Stadium GuideFinalFinal StadiumAttendanceWinners
2024 – GermanyBerlinOlympiastadionTBCTBD
2020 – Pan EuropeanLondonWembley Stadium67,173Italy
2016 – FranceParisStade de France75,868Portgual
2012 – Poland & UkraineKievNSC Olympic Stadium63,170Spain
2008 – Austria & SwitzerlandViennaErnst-Happel Stadion51,428Spain
2004 – PortugalLisbonEstadio da Luz62,865Greece
2000 – Belgium & NetherlandsRotterdamDe Kuip48,200France
1996 – EnglandLondonOrignal Wembley73,611Germany
1992 – SwedenGothenburgUllevi37,800Denmark
1988 – West GermanyMunichOlympiastadion72,308Netherlands
1984 – FranceParisParc des Princes47,368France
1980 – ItalyRomeStadio Olimpico47,864West Germany
1976 – YugoslaviaBelgradeRed Star Stadium30,790Czechoslovakia
1972 – BelgiumBrusselsHeysel Stadium43,437West Germany
1968 – ItalyRomeStadio Olimpico32,866Italy
1964 – SpainMadridSantiago Bernabeu79,115Spain
1960 – FranceParisParc des Princes17,966Soviet Union
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