The UEFA Euro 2020 will be starting up soon and fans all over the world are ready and excited about the Championship. The European nations are really looking forward to this championship. The Euro 2020 will begin on June 12, 2020 and is over on July 12, 2020.
There are 12 different venues for the tournament. There is a qualifying group stage in which 20 different teams qualify. The 55 teams are split into ten groups of five or six. The top two teams from each group will qualify for the final tournament. This determines the first 20 places.
- 1 Stadio Olimpico Rome Italy
- 2 Baku Olympic Stadium
- 3 Amsterdam Johan Cruijff Arena
- 4 London Wembley Stadium
- 5 Munich Allianz Arena
- 6 St. Petersburg Stadium
- 7 Budapest Puskas Ferenc Stadion
- 8 Bucharest Arena Nationala
- 9 Bilbao Estadio San Mames
- 10 Glasgow Hampden Park
- 11 Dublin Aviva Stadium
- 12 Copenhagen Parken
Stadio Olimpico Rome Italy
The Stadio Olympico is the main and largest sports arena in Rome, Italy. It is north of the city and is primarily used for football games. It is the home of Lazio and Roma and hosts the Coppa Italia final. When the 1990 FIFA World Cup was in Italy, it was rebuilt.
This stadium will host Group A in the Euro 2020 tournament. The games begin here on June 12th and end June 21st. The opening match is here.
Baku Olympic Stadium
Baku Olympic Stadium holds 68,700 spectators and has been designed to meet the international standards for the UEFA matches. This stadium is in Azerbaijan.
There will be three Group A games here and 1 Quarter final game.
Amsterdam Johan Cruijff Arena
This stadium holds 54,000 spectators and opened in 1996. Amsterdam is hosting several matches. They are hosting 3 Group D games and 1 round of 16 games.
Amsterdam is the world’s cycling capital. It is a huge place for tourists and about 17 million people visit each year. Amsterdam has beautiful canals and 1,500 bridges.
The stadium was the first in Europe with a sliding roof.
London Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium holds 90,000 spectators and was built in 2007. Wembley Stadium is hosting 3 Group D games, 1 round of 16 game, 2 semi-final games, and also the final game of the Euro 2020 will be here.
London is the most-visited city with 31.2 million tourists each year. London has about 9 million people living here and home to the Queen, Charles Dickens, and Big Ben. London is one of the only places to hosts the Olympics three times. They hosted in 1908, 1948, and 2012.
Munich Allianz Arena
The Allianz Arena in Munich Germany holds 75,000 spectators and was built in 2005. It will host 3 Group F Games and one quarter final game.
Munich is home to Bayern Munchen and the arena hosted 2006 FIFA World Cup. From the arena at night, spectators can see the Austrian Alps on a clear night. Okoberfest is one of the best times of the year.
St. Petersburg Stadium
Saint Petersburg Stadium holds 56,000 spectators and opened in 2017. It hosts 3 Group B games and one quarter final.
St. Petersburg is Russia’s second-most populous city. There are elegant canals here and there is a long summer when the sun never fully sets. There are 342 bridges here as well.
Budapest Puskas Ferenc Stadion
This stadium holds 68,000 people and opened in 2019. This stadium is hosting 3 of the Group F games and one round of 16 games.
Formed with the merger of Buda and Obuda, it is on the west bank of the Danube River, Pest on the east, the capital of Hungary has 80 geothermal springs. It has the largest thermal water cave system.
Budapest’s newest stadium is named after its most famous footballing export and is home to the Hungarian national team.
Bucharest Arena Nationala
It holds 56,000 spectators and opened in 2011. It hosts 3 Group C games and 1 round of 16 games.
Bucharest is the capital of Romania. It is the country’s commercial center. Bucharest is known for its beautiful buildings and it is a bustling metropolis. It is very safe, and people are hospitable there. They have a four-season climate and violent crime is almost non-existent.
Bilbao Estadio San Mames
This stadium holds 53,000 people and opened in 2013. It will host 3 Group E games and one round of 16 games.
Bilbao is an industrial port city in norther Spain. It is surrounded by green mountains. One of the main attractions is the Guggenheim museum, which is a great international symbol and the gateway to the Basque cultural universe.
This city is an example of urban transformation at a global level.
Glasgow Hampden Park
Hampden Park is in Glasgow Scotland. It seats 52,000 people and it opened in 1903. It will host 3 of the Group D games and one of the round of 16 games.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third biggest in the UK. Glasgow had its first football game in 1872. It has a lot of history and it was the second city in the British Empire. Glasgow is known for its beautiful botanical gardens.
Glasgow had the world’s biggest stadium from 1908-1950. Hampden Park once held a crowd of 149,415 for the 1937 Scotland vs England game. Hampden Park is home to the Scotland national team.
Dublin Aviva Stadium
Dublin’s Aviva Stadium holds 50,000 fans and opened in 2010. It will host 3 Group E games and one round of 16 games.
The Irish capital is home to Guinness, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, James Joyce, and also U2. The famous Guinness Storehouse is here and they history in Dublin is interesting. The Dublin Arena has been home to the Republic of Ireland’s football and rugby union teams since 2010.
Copenhagen’s Parken holds 38,000 fans and was built in 1992. It will host 3 of the Group B games and one of the round of 16 games.
Copenhagen is one of the world’s happiest cities. It is bike friendly and has something to do every day. Parken Stadium is the largest venue in Denmark. These are the 12 stadium where the Euro 2020 will take place. It is going to be a great championship.