For the first time in the history the UEFA European Championship will be held in 11 different countries, 11 EURO 2020 Stadiums in 11 countries.

As the UEFA President Michel Platini said, the EURO 2020 will be hosted in several nations to celebrate the 60th birthday of the European Championship competition.

So, let’s have a look at the host 11 cities and the EURO 2020 stadiums one by one.

 

 

Wembley Stadium, London

Wembley has the largest capacity among the 11 EURO 2020 stadiums. The stadium is scheduled to host the semi-finals and EURO 2020 final. Wembley will host the EURO final for the second time (first was in 1996 tournament).

In general, London will host 8 matches:

Group Stage:

Sunday 13 June | Group D: England vs Croatia

Friday 18 June | Group D: England vs Scotland

Tuesday 22 June | Group D: Czech Republic vs England

Round of 16:

Saturday 26 June | 2: 1A vs 2C

Tuesday 29 June | 7: 1D vs 2F

Semi-finals:

Tuesday 6 July | SF1: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1

Wednesday 7 July | SF2: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3

Final: Sunday 11 July | Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2

 

Allianz Arena, Munich

In Munich, 5 EURO 2020 matches are scheduled to be played – 4 groups stage and 1 quarter final match.

Group Stage

Tuesday 15 June | Group F: France vs Germany

Tuesday 15 June | Group F: France vs Germany

Saturday 19 June | Group F: Portugal vs Germany

Wednesday 23 June | Group F: Germany vs Hungary

Quarter-finals: Friday 2 July | QF2: Winner 4 vs Winner 2

 

Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Stadio Olimpico, Rome

The Stadio Olimpico in Rome was chosen to host the opening game, where Italy and Turkey will play the first match of the EURO. In general, Rome will host 4 matches – 3 group stage and 1 quarter-final.

Group Stage
Friday 11 June | Group A: Turkey vs Italy

Wednesday 16 June | Group A: Italy vs Switzerland

Sunday 20 June | Group A: Italy vs Wales

Quarter-finals

Saturday 3 July | QF4: Winner 8 vs Winner 7

 

 

Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

Johan Cruyff Arena is scheduled to host EURO 2020 4 matches – 3 group stage and 1 round of 16.

Group Stage

Sunday 13 June | Group C: Netherlands vs Ukraine

Thursday 17 June | Group C: Netherlands vs Austria

Monday 21 June | Group C: North Macedonia vs Netherlands

Round of 16

Saturday 26 June | 1: 2A vs 2B

 

Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

Parken Stadium in Copenhagen will host 3 group stage and 1 round of 16 match during EURO 2020.

Group Stage

Saturday 12 June | Group B: Denmark vs Finland

Thursday 17 June | Group B: Denmark vs Belgium

Monday 21 June | Group B: Russia vs Denmark

Round of 16

Monday 28 June | 5: 2D vs 2E

 

Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg Stadium is planned to host 6 group stage and 1 quarter-finals match.

Group Stage

Saturday 12 June | Group B: Belgium vs Russia

Monday 14 June | Group E: Poland vs Slovakia

Wednesday 16 June | Group B: Finland vs Russia

Friday 18 June | Group E: Sweden vs Slovakia

Monday 21 June | Group B: Finland vs Belgium

Wednesday 23 June | Group E: Sweden vs Poland

Quarter-finals
Friday 2 July | QF1: Winner 6 vs Winner 5

 

Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku

Baku Olympic Stadium will host 3 group stage and 1 quarter-finals match.

Group Stage

Saturday 12 June | Group A: Wales vs Switzerland

Wednesday 16 June | Group A: Turkey vs Wales

Sunday 20 June | Group A: Switzerland vs Turkey

Quarter-finals

Saturday 3 July | QF3: Winner 3 vs Winner 1

 

Arena Nationala, Bucharest

Arena Nationala in Bucharest is scheduled to host 3 group stage and 1 round of 16 match.

Group Stage

Sunday 13 June | Group C: Austria vs North Macedonia

Thursday 17 June | Group C: Ukraine vs North Macedonia

Monday 21 June | Group C: Ukraine vs Austria

Round of 16

Monday 28 June | 6: 1F vs 3A/B/C

 

 

Hampden Park, Glasgow

Hampden Park in Glasgow will host 3 group stage and 1 round of 16 match.

Group Stage

Monday 14 June | Group D: Scotland vs Czech Republic

Friday 18 June | Group D: Croatia vs Czech Republic

Tuesday 22 June | Group D: Croatia vs Scotland

Round of 16

Sunday 27 June | 8: 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (21:00, Glasgow)

 

La Cartuja, Seville

La Cartuja stadium will host 3 group stage and 1 round of 16 match.

Group Stage

Monday 14 June | Group E: Spain vs Sweden

Saturday 19 June | Group E: Spain vs Poland

Wednesday 23 June | Group E: Slovakia vs Spain

Round of 16

Sunday 27 June | 4: 1B vs 3A/D/E/F

 

Puskás Aréna, Budapest

Puskás Aréna, Budapest

Puskás Aréna in Budapest is scheduled to host 3 matches: 2 group stage and 1 round of 16.

Group Stage

Saturday 19 June | Group F: Hungary vs France

Wednesday 23 June | Group F: Portugal v France

Round of 16

Sunday 27 June | 3: 1C vs 3D/E/F

 

 

Check out also:

UEFA EURO 2020: Stats, Facts & Numbers

UEFA EURO Winners & Records

UEFA EURO 2020 Fixtures & Dates

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