UEFA Euro 2020 Stadiums: 2021 Update list of Venues

The new UEFA Euro 2020 stadiums have been confirmed, with 11 host cities. Revised venues were approved by the UEFA Executive Committee on 23 April 2021.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said: “We have been working diligently with the host associations and local authorities to ensure a safe and festive environment at the games and I am really pleased that we are able to welcome spectators at all matches for a celebration of the national team football across the continent.”

Wembley Stadium | London | England

Capacity: 90,000 | reduced to 25% capacity, subject to increase

Games: Group stage, Round of 16, semi-finals & final (eight games)

Year Built: 2007

 

Allianz Arena | Munich | Germany

Capacity: 70,000 | At least 14,500 capacity for Euro 2020

Games: Group stage & quarter-finals (four games)

Year Built: 2005

 

Stadio Olimpico | Rome | Italy

Capacity: 72,698 | reduced to 25% capacity, subject to increase

Games: Group stage & quarter-final (four games)

Year Built: 1937 (renovated in 1953 & 1990)

 

Krestovsky Stadium | Saint Petersburg | Russia

Capacity: 68,134 | reduced to 50% capacity, subject to increase

Games: Group stage & quarter-final (seven games)

Year built: 2017

 

La Cartuja | Seville | Spain

Capacity: 60,000 | reduced to 30% capacity

Games: Group stage & Round of 16 (four games)

Year Built: 1999

 

Johan Cruyff Arena | Amsterdam | Netherlands

Capacity: 54,990 | reduced to 25% capacity, subject to increase

Games: Group stage & Round of 16 (four games)

Year Built: 1996

 

Olympic Stadium | Baku | Azerbaijan

Capacity: 68,700 | reduced to 50%

Games: Group stage & quarter-final (four games)

Year Built: 2015

 

Arena Nationala | Bucharest | Romania

Capacity: 55,600 | reduced to 25% capacity, subject to increase

Games: Group stage & Round of 16 (four games)

Year Built: 2011

 

Puskas Arena | Budapest | Hungary

Capacity: 67,889 | 100% capacity

Games: Group stage & Round of 16 (four games)

Year Built: 2019

 

Parken Stadium | Copenhagen | Denmark

Capacity: 38,065 | reduced to 25% - 33% capacity, subject to increase

Games: Group stage & Round of 16 (four games)

Year Built: 1992

 

Hampden Park | Glasgow | Scotland

Capacity: 52,063 | reduced to 25% capacity

Games: Group stage & Round of 16 (four games)

Year Built: 1903 (renovated 1999)

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