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Euro 2020 Venues - Sportco guide to the eleven iconic locations for the Euro Championships

Euro 2020 Venues, Stadiums, Matches

The Euro 2020 was expected to be scheduled in June 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been rescheduled for 2021.

To celebrate 60 years of the Euro championships, UEFA decided to allocate 11 host cities to stage the Euro 2020 matches. Hence, let us get familiar with the venues and the matches the stadium shall host for Euro 2020.

1) Wembley Stadium - London, England

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Wembley Stadium - Source - The Squ.are

We kickstart our list of the inconic venues for the Euro 2020 with Wembley Stadium, London.

One of England's most priced stadium, Wembley hosts the home matches for the England National Team, FA Cup Finals, Play-off matches for Championship, League One, and League Two of England's lower-tier leagues. 

The stadium will be hosting all of England's group matches along with the two semi-finals and the Euro 2020 Final.

Stadium Capacity - 90,000

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 13 - Group D - England v/s Croatia 

June 18 - Group D - England v/s Scotland

June 22 - Group D - Czech Republic vs England

June 26 - Round of 16 - Group A Winners vs Group C Runners-Up

June 29 - Round of 16 - Group D Winners vs Group F Runners-Up

July 6 - Semi-Finals - Quarter-Final 2 Winner vs Quarter-Final 1 Winner

July 7 - Semi-Finals - Quarter-Final 4 winner vs Quarter-Final 3 Winner

July 11 - UEFA Euro Finals

2) Baku Olympic Stadium - Baku, Azerbaijan

General information about the stadium Baku Olympic Stadium
Baku Olympic Stadium - Source - BeSoccer

One of the scenic venues in the world football, Baku Olympic Stadium was opened in 2015. It is the host stadium of Azerbaijan's National Team and is one of the main venues for the Euro 2020.  

Baku Olympic stadium also hosted the UEFA Europa League Final in 2019 between Chelsea and Arsenal where Chelsea won 4-1

Stadium Capacity - 69,870

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 12 - Group A - Wales v/s Switzerland

June 16 - Group A - Turkey v/s Wales 

June 20 - Group A - Switzerland v/s Turkey

July 3 - Quarter Final 3

3) Stadio Olimpico - Rome, Italy

Welcome to FIFA.com News - The Stadio Olimpico, Rome's football Colosseum -  FIFA.com
Stadio Olimpico - Source - FIFA.com

Third on our list of the iconic venues for Euro 2020 is Italy's Stadio Olimpico Stadium. 

Stadio Olimpico is the largest sports venues in Rome and is the home ground for AS Roma and Lazio Football Clubs in Seria A. 

The stadium also hosted the 1990 FIFA World Cup Final between West Germany and Argentina. The Euros kickstarts in this stadium on June 11 with match between Italy and Turkey.

Stadium Capacity - 70,634

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 11 - Group A - Turkey v/s Italy

June 16 - Group A - Italy v/s Switzerland

June 20 - Group A - Italy v/s Wales

July 3 - Quarter Finals 4

4) Allianz Arena - Munich, Germany

Allianz Arena Guided Visit and Munich City Panoramic Tour 2021
Allianz Arena - Source - Viator

 

The Allianz Arena is one of the most iconic venues for football fans. It is the 1st stadium in the world with a full color-changing exterior. 

The stadium is the home ground for Bundesliga Champions Bayern Munich and is the second-largest stadium in Germany

The stadium boasts of holding a lot of important matches in the History of the Game, Namely - 2006 FIFA World Cup Semi-Finals, UEFA Champions League Final - 2012.

Stadium Capacity - 70,000

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 15 - Group F - France v/s Germany 

June 19 - Group F - Portugal v/s Germany

June 23 - Group F - Germany v/s Hungary

July 2 - Quarter Final 2

5) Krestovsky Stadium - Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Krestovsky Stadium - Source - Design Built Network

Also known as the Gazprom Arena is the home arena for the Russian Premier League Champions FC Zenit Saint Petersburg. 

This stadium was also one of the host venues for the 2018 FIFA World Cup 2018. 

Stadium Capacity - 64,468

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 12 - Group B - Belgium v/s Russia

June 14 - Group E - Poland v/s Slovakia

June 16 - Group B - Finland v/s Russia

June 18 - Group E - Sweden v/s Slovakia

June 21 - Group B - Finland v/s Belgium

June 23 - Group E - Sweden v/s Poland

July 2 - Quarter Final 1

6) Puskas Arena - Budapest, Hungary

Puskás Stadium Construction Passes Scrutiny of UEFA Head - Hungary Today
Puskas Arena - Source - Hungary Today

The Puskas Arena in Hungary will be one of the venues hosting the Group F matches for the Euro 2020.

Puskas Arena opened in 2017 is a 4 star rated football arena in Budapest. This stadium is the home ground for the Hungarian National Team and has also staged a lot of Europa League's and Champion's League Group stage matches. 

Stadium Capacity - 67,215

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 15 - Group F - Hungary v/s Portugal

June 19 - Group F - Hungary v/s France

June 23 - Group F - France v/s Portugal

7) Estadio de La Cartuja - Seville, Spain

Estadio de La Cartuja - Source - Sportsmatik

The stadium has been occasionally used by Spain National Team as their home ground in recent years where the last home game was played in 2021 itself. It is the 6th largest football venues in Spain and has also hosted the 2003 UEFA Cup Final Between Celtic and Porto. 

Stadium Capacity - 60,000

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 14 - Group E - Spain v/s Sweden

June 19 - Group E - Spain v/s Poland

June 23 - Group E - Spain v/s Slovakia

8) Arena Nationala - Bucharest, Romania 

Arena Nationala - Bucharest - The Stadium Guide
Arena Nationala - Source - The Stadium Guide

This stadium was inaugurated in 2011 with a retractable roof and is the home ground for the Romania National Football Team

Another of the venues which will be hosting the Group C matches for Euro 2020, the stadium also hosts the Ligue 1 Clubs FCSB and Dinamo Bucuresti. Arena Nationala also hosted the UEFA Europa League final in 2012

Stadium Capacity - 55,634

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 13 - Group C - Austria v/s North Macedonia

June 17 - Group C - Ukraine v/s North Macedonia

June 21 - Group C - Ukraine v/s Austria

June 28 - Round of 16 - Group F Winners v/s Third-Placed Side from Group A/B/C

9) Johan Cruyff Arena - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Johan Cruijff ArenA, a smart stadium to reimagine football and society - Johan  Cruyff Institute
Johan Cruyff Arena - Source - Johan Cruyff Institute

The Johan Cruyff Arena was earlier known as Amsterdam Arena which was later renamed in 2017 in memory of Ajax Legend Johan Cruff

The stadium is the home ground of Dutch Champions AFC Ajax. The stadium has earlier hosted Euro 2000, 1998 Champions League Final, and 2013 UEFA Europa League Final and will be one of the iconic venues for Euro 2020 to host the Group D matches.

Stadium Capacity - 55,500

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 13 - Group C - Netherlands v/s Ukraine

June 17 - Group C - Netherlands v/s Austria 

June 21 - Group C - North Macedonia v/s Netherlands

June 26 - Round of 16 - Game 1 - Group A Runners-up vs Group B Runners-up

10) Hampden Park - Glasgow, Scotland

Hampden Park to remain the home of Scottish football | The Week UK
Hampden Park - The Week UK

Hampden Park is the Home Ground for Scotland's National Football team. It is also the home ground of the Scottish League One Club - Queen's Park. The stadium has also hosted a UEFA Cup Final and will be one of the venues for the Euro 2020 Group D matches.

Stadium Capacity - 51,866

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 14 - Group D - Scotland v/s Czech Republic

June 18 - Group D - Croatia v/s Czech Republic

June 22 - Group D - Croatia v/s Scotland

June 29 - Round of 16 - Group E winners vs third-placed side Group A/B/C/D

11) Parken Stadium - Copenhagen, Denmark

Amazing Copenhagen by night TIFO i Parken FC København - Atletico Europa  League 2018 (Full version) - YouTube
Parken Stadium - Source - Youtube 

The stadium was inaugurated in 1992 as the Home Ground for the Danish Football Club FC Copenhagen and Denmark National Football Team and will be one of the venues hosting the Group B matches for the Euro 2020.

Stadium Capacity - 38,065

Euro 2020 Matches to be Hosted

June 12 - Group B - Denmark v/s Finland

June 17 - Group B - Denmark v/s Belgium

June 21 - Group B - Russia v/s Denmark

June 28 - Round of 16 - Group D Runners-Up vs Group E Runners-Up

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