UEFA Euro 2020: Stadium Guide – All Venues & Host Cities

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Last Updated: July 20, 2021

The European Football Championships marked the 60th (61st) 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.

Euro 2020 Stadium Guide

Tournament Facts

Tournament Overview
Host Countries:11
Tournament Date:11th June – 11th July 2021
Tournament Slogan:"Live it For Real"
Official Song:We Are the People by Martin Garrix
Number of Teams:24
Number of Venues:11 across 11 host cities
Match Ball:Adidas Uniforia
Tournament Results
Defending Champions:Portugal (2016)
Tournament Statistics
Total Matches:51
Total Attendance:1,099,278
Average Attendance:21,554
Total Goals:142
Goals Per Game:2.78
Top Goalscorer:Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) with 5 goals each
Best Player:Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy)
Best Young Player:Pedri (Spain)
Tournament Wikipedia:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UEFA_Euro_2020
Tournament Website:https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro-2020/


Due to Covid-19 and the global pandemic, Euro 2020 was hosted the following year.

Changes in Venues

Originally in 2014 thirteen venues were selected to host matches, however there were a number of reasons why this changed:

  • Brussels, Belgium – The new Eurostadium was due to host four matches including one round of 16 but the matches were given to Wembley due to delays
  • Dublin, Ireland – Due to a lack of guarantees and ongoing concern, regrettably the Irish FA weren’t able to host matches at the Aviva Stadium. The package was given to Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg
  • Bilbao, Spain – Estadio San Mames was replaced by Estadio La Cartuja in Seville for similar reasons to Ireland.

Host Cities and Venues

BakuBaku Olympic StadiumAzerbaijan68,7002015
LondonWembley StadiumEngland90,0002007
MunichAllianz ArenaGermany75,0242005
ZugloPuskás ArenaHungary67,2152019
DublinAviva StadiumIreland51,7002010
RomeStadio Olimpico RomeItaly73,2611937
AmsterdamJohan Cruyff ArenANetherlands53,0521996
BucharestArena NationalaRomania55,6342011
Saint PetersburgGazprom ArenaRussia67,8002017
GlasgowHampden ParkScotland52,0631903
SevillaEstadio de La CartujaSpain60,0001999

Euro 2020 Stadium Map

Euro 2020 Venues

Group Stages

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

Knockout Stages

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

The Final

  • London, England – Wembley Stadium