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Euro 2020 Stadium Guide

Euro 2020 is only a matter of months away! 24 teams play in 12 host cities across 4 weeks of beautiful football. Here is your stadium guide! 🏟️⚽🌍✈️

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Euro 2020 will be the 16th UEFA European Championship and, unlike other years, this year will be hosted not by one or twin cities, but by 12 host cities across the European continent. It kicks off on 12th June 2020 and finished a month later on 12th July when the final is played at Wembley, London.

The reason behind the decision to host the games in multiple European countries is to celebrate the 60th ‘birthday’ of the competition. Michel Platini, former UEFA president, said the decision is a “romantic” one. What he means by that exactly is unclear, unless, that is, he has a bird waiting for him in Scotland that he’s not told anyone about.

Below we have created a mini stadium guide for the competition to help you prepare! Each stadium in this list will host three group stage matches and one match in the round of 16 or quarter-finals, with the final played in London, England.

Host Cities Map:

London, England – Wembley

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Capacity: 90,000

Matches:

  • 3x Group D Games
  • 1x Round of 16 Game
  • 2x Semi-Finals
  • Final

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Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico

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Capacity: 72,698

  • Matches: 1x Opening Game (Group A)
  • 2x Group A Games
  • 1x Quarter-Final

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Munich, Germany – Allianz Arena

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Capacity: 75,000

Matches:

  • 3x Group F Games
  • 1x Quarter-Final

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Baku, Azerbaijan – Baku Olympic Stadium

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Capacity: 68,700

Matches:

  • 3x Group A Games
  • 1x Quarter-Final

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