Euro 2020 is set to begin today, and the 11 host cities will divide the 51 matches to be played until 11 July. Let’s have a look at the different stadiums across the continent that will host the tournament:
Amsterdam: Johan Cruyff Arena
June 13: Netherlands vs Ukraine
June 17: Netherlands vs Austria
June 21: North Macedonia vs Netherlands
June 26: Round of 16 – 2A vs 2B
The maximum capacity will be about 16,000 fans according to UEFA’s site, which is about a third of the stadium’s capacity.
Baku: Olympic Stadium
June 12: Wales vs Switzerland
June 16: Turkey vs Wales
June 20: Switzerland vs Turkey
July 3: Quarter-final: W40 vs W38
The capital of Azerbaijan will host four games, and the stadium is one of the newest to host the tournament having opened in 2015.
Bucharest: Arena Nationala
June 13: Austria vs North Macedonia
June 17: Ukraine vs North Macedonia
June 21: Ukraine vs Austria
June 28: Round of 16 – 1F vs 3A/B/C
The Romanian arena will play host to 13,000 fans and is on the amber list for UK’s travel list.
Budapest: Puskas Arena
June 15: Hungary vs Portugal
June 19: Hungary vs France
June 23: Portugal vs France
June 27: Round of 16 – 1C vs 3D/E/F
The Puskas Arena was constructed in 2019 and will be the newest to host the tournament. It will be the only stadium to operate at 100% capacity, hosting over 60,000 fans.
Copenhagen: Parken Stadium
June 12: Denmark vs Finland
June 17: Denmark vs Belgium
June 21: Russia vs Denmark
June 28: Round of 16 – 2D vs 2E
The stadium will host 15,900 fans as Denmark play their home games here.
Glasgow: Hampden Park
June 14: Scotland vs Czech Republic
June 18: Croatia vs Czech Republic
June 22: Croatia vs Scotland
June 29: Round of 16 – 1E vs 3A/B/C/D)
Hampden Park will be the oldest stadium to host the tournament, built in 1903 and will host about 12,000 fans.
London: Wembley Stadium
June 13: England vs Croatia
June 18: England vs Scotland
June 22: Czech Republic vs England
June 26: Round of 16: 1A vs 2C
June 29: Round of 16 1D vs 2F
July 6: Semi-final: W46 vs W45
July 7: Semi-final: W48 vs W47
July 11: Final: W49 vs W50
No stadium will host more matches than Wembley Stadium, and the UK will also host the finals of the fixture. It could hold about 50% of its capacity starting on June 29.
Munich: Allianz Arena
June 15: France vs Germany
June 19: Portugal vs Germany
June 23: Germany vs Hungary
July 2: Quarter-final – W39 vs W37
Although there were doubts about Germany allowing fans into their stadiums, the government will allow a minimum of 14,500 into the Bayern Munich home ground.
Rome: Stadio Olimpico
June 11: Turkey vs Italy
June 16: Italy vs Switzerland
June 20: Italy vs Wales
July 3: Quarter-final: W43 vs W4
The Italian capital will host about 16,000 fans as the Azzurri play their home games here.
St Petersburg: Krestovsky Stadium
June 12: Belgium vs Russia
June 14: Poland vs Slovakia
June 16: Finland vs Russia
June 18: Sweden vs Slovakia
June 21: Finland vs Belgium
June 23: Sweden vs Poland
July 2: Quarter-final: W41 vs W42
50% of fans will be allowed into the stadium, which makes the attendance about 30,500 for the games to be played.
Seville: La Cartuja
June 14: Spain vs Sweden
June 19: Spain vs Poland
June 23: Slovakia vs Spain
June 27: Round of 16 – 1B vs 3A/D/E/F
Seville will be replacing Bilbao as the Spanish destination for Euro 2020. About 20,000 fans will be allowed into the stadium.