UEFA Euro 2020 will use a unique multiple host format, with 12 host cities and stadia being used at the tournament.
The tournament is being played across the continent as a one-off event to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the European Championships. This is the first time a major tournament has been held across more than two countries.
All the matches in each group will be played at two designated stadiums, which align with at least one team in the group, meaning some teams will be playing in familiar surroundings.
Each of the stadiums used is then hosting at least one knockout stage match before both semi-finals and final will all be held at London’s Wembley Stadium.
UEFA EURO 2020 Stadiums:
|Stadio Olimpico||Italy, Rome||72,698||Group A|
|Olympic Stadium||Baku, Azerbaijan||68,700||Group A|
|Krestovsky Stadium||Saint Petersburg, Russia||68,134||Group B, Group E|
|Parken Stadium||Copenhagen, Denmark||38,065||Group B|
|Johan Cruyff Arena||Amsterdam, Netherlands||54,990||Group C|
|Arena Națională||Bucharest, Romania||55,600||Group C|
|Wembley Stadium||London, England||90,000||Group D|
|Hampden Park||Glasgow, Scotland||52,063||Group D|
|La Cartuja||Seville, Spain||60,000||Group E|
|Allianz Arena||Munich, Germany||75,000||Group F|
|Ferenc Stadim||Budapest, Hungary||68,000||Group F|