The upcoming European 2020 championship will be the grand one as 12 cities will be hosting the tournament. It will be first time when different countries are chosen as the hosts of UEFA Euro. London’s Wembley stadium set to host semi-finals and final of the 16th European competition celebrating it’s 60th birthday.
England, Germany, Italy, Azerbaijan, Russia, Romania, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Hungary, Scotland and Denmark are the hosting cities for Euro 2020.
Let’s checkout the complete list of stadiums, hosting fans capacity along with matches that the venue will host.
Euro 2020 venues
|London, England||Wembley Stadium||90,000||Group stage, round of 16, semi-finals, and final|
|Munich, Germany||Allianz Arena||75,000||Group stage and quarter-finals|
|Rome, Italy||Stadio Olimpico||72,698||Group stage and quarter-finals|
|Baku, Azerbaijan||Olympic Stadium||68,700||Group stage and quarter-finals|
|Saint Petersburg, Russia||Krestovsky Stadium||68,134||Group stage and quarter-finals|
|Bucharest, Romania||Arena Naționala||55,600||Group stage and round of 16|
|Amsterdam, Netherlands||Johan Cruyff Arena||54,990||Group stage and round of 16|
|Dublin, Ireland||Aviva Stadium||51,700||Group stage and round of 16|
|Bilbao, Spain||San Mames||53,332||Group stage and round of 16|
|Budapest, Hungary||Puskas Arena||67,889||Group stage and round of 16|
|Glasgow, Scotland||Hampden Park||52,063||Group stage and round of 16|
|Copenhagen, Denmark||Parken Stadium||38,065||Group stage and round of 16|