The Stadiums: Everything you need to know about the Euro 2020 (2021) Host Venues

Wagering requirements and T&C’s Apply | Commercial content | New Customers Only | Wagering and Terms and conditions apply | 18+ | Play Responsibly

Euro 2020, which kicks off on 11th June 2021, is an opportunity to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the competition. The event will take place across eleven iconic cities that have featured in the history of the tournament. Here are the 11 stadiums that have been chosen for the competition.

Italy, and more specifically Rome, is among the Euro 2020 hosts. It will be the Stadio Olimpico which will feature as one of the Euro 2020 stadiums (and which will host the first match of the competition), of which there are eleven.

The Euro 2020 (2021) Stadiums

12 has been a lucky number for Euro 2020, which was due to be played from 12th June to 11th July, though the actual dates are now different. The full calendar for the competition, which will start on the 11th June 2021, has now been released

For the first time, to celebrate the 60th Euro Championship, the event will take place in different locations at the same time. As a result, the chosen cities and venues were handpicked.

As proof of this, Paris and the Stade de France do not feature in the list of Euro 2020 venues. The French team will not be able to lay the ghost of the lost final against Portugal four years ago to rest. These two nations, like the other twenty-two participants, will have to work hard to remain in the competition as it progresses.

The luckiest countries, and those who will go furthest in the competition, could play in three of the Euro 2020 stadiums. Here is the list of the selected venues and their schedule.

  • Stadio Olimpico (Rome – Italy)
  • Parken Stadium (Copenhagen – Denmark)
  • National Arena Bucharest (Bucharest – Romania)
  • Estadio de La Cartuja (Seville – Spain)
  • Puskás Aréna (Budapest – Hungary)
  • Baku Olympic Stadium (Baku – Azerbaijan)
  • Johan Cruijff Arena (Amsterdam – Netherlands)
  • Hampden Park (Glasgow – Scotland)
  • St Petersburg Stadium (St Petersburg – Russia)
  • Allianz Arena (Munich – Germany)
  • Wembley (London – England)

All of the Championship Stadiums in Detail

🇮🇹 Stadio Olimpico Rome (Italy)

The first stadium of the Euro 2021 tournament. The Stadio Olimpico will be the site of the first match of the competition, with a game between Turkey and Italy.

Stadio Olimpico Rome

🏟 All about Rome’s Olympic Stadium for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Friday 11th June: Turkey – Italy (Group A)
Wednesday 16th June: Italy – Switzerland (Group A)
Sunday 20th June: Italy – Wales (Group A)
Saturday 3rd July: Quarter-final

🇩🇰 Parken Stadium Copenhagen (Denmark

With a capacity of 38,190, the Parken Stadium (which has a retractable roof) in Denmark will be the smallest stadium of Euro 2020. This will give Denmark the chance to progress at home.

Parken Stadium Copenhagen

🏟 All about the Parken Stadium for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Saturday 12th June: Denmark – Finland (Group B)
Thursday 17th June: Denmark – Belgium (Group B)
Monday 21st June: Russia – Denmark (Group B)
Monday 28th June: Round of 16

🇷🇴 National Arena Bucharest (Romania)

As Romania didn’t qualify for the finals, their 55,600-capacity stadium will therefore be a neutral ground which will host 4 matches.

National Arena Bucharest

🏟 All about the Bucharest National Arena for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Sunday 14th June: Austria – North Macedonia (Group C)
Thursday 17th June: Ukraine – North Macedonia (Group C)
Monday 21st June: Ukraine – Austria (Group C)
Monday 28th June: Round of 16

🇪🇸 Estadio de La Cartuja Seville (Spain)

It won’t be Santiago Bernabeu, Camp Nou (particularly for the Catalans) or even Wanda Metropolitano representing Spain. It’s the Estadio de La Cartuja which has been chosen as a Euro 2020 stadium. La Roja will play there against Marcus Berg’s Sweden and Robert Lewandowski’s Poland.

Estadio de La Cartuja

🏟 All about Seville’s Estadio de la Cartuja for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Monday 14th June: Sweden – Spain (Group E)
Saturday 19th June: Spain – Poland (Group E)
Wednesday 23rd June: Slovakia – Spain (Group E)
Sunday 27th June: Round of 16

🇭🇺 Puskás Aréna Budapest (Hungary)

It will be a first for Hungary and its arena, named after the famous Hungarian player. The Ferenc Puskas stadium will be lucky enough to host Portugal and France during Euro 2021.

Puskás Aréna Budapest

🏟 All about the Budapest Puskas Arena for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Tuesday 15th June: Hungary – Portugal (Group F)
Saturday 19th June: Hungary – France (Group F)
Wednesday 23rd June: Portugal – France (Group F)
Sunday 27th June: Round of 16

🇦🇿 Baku Olympic Stadium (Azerbaijan)

The Azeri stadium and its 69,870 seats will once again host a European match, two years after the 2019 Europa League final, which was won by Chelsea after they beat Arsenal. An unhappy memory particularly for Granit Xhaka and Stephan Lichtsteiner. The two Swiss internationals were in the Gunners squad and on the losing side of the final.

Baku Olympic Stadium

🏟 All about the Baku Olympic Stadium for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Saturday 12th June: Wales – Switzerland (Group A)
Wednesday 16th June: Turkey – Wales (Group A)
Sunday 20th June: Switzerland – Turkey (Group A)
Saturday 3rd July: Quarter-final

🇳🇱 Johan Cruijff ArenA Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Renamed after the Dutch forward, the most important Dutch player in history, the Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam will once again welcome the European championship. This last happened in Euro 2000, which was jointly hosted by the Netherlands and Belgium. The Oranje will certainly be hoping that it goes better than twenty years ago when the national team reached the semi-final but were eliminated by Italy in a penalty shoot-out.

Johan Cruijff ArenA Amsterdam

🏟 All about the Dutch Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Sunday 13th June: Netherlands – Ukraine (Group A)
Thursday 17th June: Netherlands – Austria (Group A)
Monday 21st June: North Macedonia – Netherlands (Group A)
Saturday 26th June: Round of 16

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Hampden Park Glasgow (Scotland)

Scotland got through the Euro 2020 play-offs and so will compete in the competition. The country is also represented in the tournament by its stadium. With a reputation for being a country with a lively atmosphere in its stadiums, Hampden Park can accommodate 52,063 supporters.

Hampden Park Glasgow

🏟 All about the Scottish stadium Hampden Park in Glasgow for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Monday 14th June: Scotland – Czech Republic (Group D)
Friday 18th June: Croatia – Czech Republic (Group D)
Tuesday 22nd June: Croatia – Scotland (Group D)
Tuesday 29th June: Round of 16

🇷🇺 St Petersburg Stadium (Russia)

There is no respite for Russia and the St Petersburg Stadium. After having hosted the World Cup in 2018, the Russian 68,134-capacity arena will be one of the Euro 2020 stadiums. The national team will have a hard task with their opening match against Belgium, one of the tournament favourites.

St Petersburg Stadium

🏟 All about the Russian St Petersburg Stadium for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Saturday 12th June: Belgium – Russia (Group B)
Wednesday 16th June: Finland – Russia (Group B)
Monday 22nd June: Finland – Belgium (Group B)
Friday 2nd July: Quarter-final

🇩🇪 Allianz Arena Munich (Germany)

One of the two most significant stadiums among the twelve hosting Euro 2020, the Allianz Arena of Bayern Munich was in the running to be the ‘main’ stadium of the competition. However, in the end it will host only a quarter-final. The German supporters can console themselves with prestigious fixtures including the Mannschaft, France and Portugal.
Allianz Arena Munich

🏟 All about the German Allianz Arena in Munich for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Tuesday 15th June: France – Germany (Group F)
Saturday 19th June: Portugal – Germany (Group F)
Wednesday 23rd June: Germany – Hungary (Group F)
Friday 2nd July: Quarter-final

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Wembley London (England)

The Three Lions’ stadium is the one which (appropriately) will take the lion’s share. Wembley Stadium, one of the most prestigious arenas in Europe, and its 90,000 seats (second largest capacity in Europe behind the Camp Nou) will host the last three matches of Euro 2020.
Wembley London

🏟 All about the English Wembley Stadium in London for Euro 2020-2021, match schedule and weather

Sunday 13th June: England – Croatia (Group D)
Friday 18th June: England – Scotland (Group D)
Tuesday 22nd June: Czech Republic – England (Group D)
Saturday 26th June: Round of 16
Tuesday 6th July: Semi-final
Wednesday 7th July: Semi-final
Sunday 11th July: Final

18+ Play Responsibly begambleaware gamestop camcare