Euro 2024 Stadiums – Where All Euros Games will be Played

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Euro 2024 stadiums

Precisely 10 elite Euro 2024 stadiums are primed and ready to host Euro 2024, Europe’s premier football competition.

This summer, we will see 24 teams compete for the Henri Delaunay Cup. The contest will be held entirely at German Euro 2024 venues, kicking off on Friday, 14th June with the final on Sunday, 14th July.

But which stadiums have been selected as the Euro 2024 venues? How many host cities is Euro 2024 spread across? And which stadium has been selected for the Euro 2024 opening match?

Find out everything you need to know in our expert guide to Euro 2024 stadiums.

Euro 2024 Stadium Locations

There are 10 confirmed Euro 2024 stadiums where games will be played, and these are spread out across 10 German cities.

Here’s a breakdown of all Euro 2024 venues and their respective locations.

  • Olympiastadion Berlin, Berlin
Euro 2024 Stadiums - Olympiastadion
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The 71,000-seater sits in the capital of Germany and will host the Euro 2024 final on 14th July.

  • Cologne stadium, Cologne
Euro 2024 Stadiums - Cologne
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Just off the River Rhine, Cologne Stadium previously hosted the UEFA Europa League final in 2020.

  • BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
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Home of the Yellow Wall, the atmosphere will be electric as the BVB Stadion Dortmund hosts one of the semi-finals.

  • Düsseldorf Arena, Düsseldorf
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Depending on the fixtures, tickets could be at a premium for this Euro 2024 stadium, as its capacity of 47,000 is smaller than many other Euro 2024 venues.

  • Frankfurt Arena, Frankfurt
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In an area playfully nicknamed Mainhattan sits the 47,000-seater Frankfurt Arena, where Germany will play Switzerland in the group stages.

  • Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
Euro 2024 Stadiums - Shalke
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This Euro 2024 stadium only opened its doors in 2001 but has already seen plenty of drama – including the infamous Ronaldo wink in 2006.

  • Volksparkstadoin Hamburg, Hamburg
Euro 2024 Stadiums - Hamburg
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Hamburg’s 49,000-capacity stadium has been around since 1953, although it’s still fresh after being renovated in 2000.

  • Leipzig Stadium, Leipzig
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A competition that uses a ball as high-tech as the Euro 2024 ball needs a modern stadium to match. Also known as the Red Bull Arena, you might recognize the state-of-the-art roof at this venue, which was opened in 2004.

  • Munich Football Arena, Munich
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66,000 fans will fill the home of German giants Bayern Munich – which also goes by the moniker Allianz Arena – for the Euro 2024 opening match as hosts Germany face outsiders Scotland.

  • Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart
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Not only did Bayer Leverkusen win the Bundesliga in the recent 2023/24 season, but VfB Stuttgart leapfrogged Bayern Munich into second. This is their 51,000-seater home.

England Euro 2024 Venues

England are the tournament favorites with the best soccer betting sites and the top pick of many fans, pundits and bookies.

Having not won a major international trophy since 1966 – and going desperately close at the last Euros final when they lost to Italy on penalties – can they finally go all the way?

Here are the Euro 2024 stadiums for England’s group matches:

  • England vs Serbia – Arena AufSchalke (Sunday, June 16th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)
  • England vs Denmark – Frankfurt Arena (Thursday, June 20th, 6pm local, noon ET)
  • England vs Slovenia – Cologne Stadium (Tuesday, June 25th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)

Germany Euro 2024 Venues

As the hosts, there’ll be a weight of expectation on Germany, though, this isn’t reflected in their Euro 2024 odds. Most Euro 2024 betting sites put them behind England and France in the betting.

All stadiums will be home stadiums to them and while it certainly helps to be the home nation at a World Cup, it arguably holds less weight at the Euros; three teams won on home soil from 1964-1984, but it hasn’t happened since.

These are the Euro 2024 stadiums Germany will be playing at in the group stages:

  • Germany vs Scotland – Munich Football Arena (Friday, June 14th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)
  • Germany vs Hungary – Stuttgart Arena (Wednesday, June 19th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)
  • Germany vs Switzerland – Frankfurt Arena (Sunday, June 23rd, 9pm local, 3pm ET)

France Euro 2024 Venues

Along with England, France have been made pre-tournament favorites for this summer’s competition.

Les Bleus won the World Cup in 2018 and almost made it back-to-back wins before faltering in a shootout against Argentina in the 2022 World Cup Final.

They are worthy favorites and anyone researching how to bet on soccer at the Euros will be tempted to bet them.

France’s group games will be hosted at these Euro 2024 stadiums:

  • France vs Austria – Düsseldorf Arena (Monday, June 17th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)
  • France vs Netherlands – Leipzig Stadium (Friday, June 21st, 9pm local, 3pm ET)
  • France vs Poland – BVB Stadion Dortmund (Tuesday, June 25th, 6pm local, noon ET)

Other Key Matches & Venues

Euro 2024 kicks off at the Allianz Arena in Munich, as hosts Germany tackle Scotland in the tournament opener.

Holders Italy face Spain at a different Euro 2024 venue, the Arena AufSchalke, in a late evening kick-off on Thursday, June 20th.

This match features two of our players to watch at Euro 2024 and these two titans will attract plenty of fans.

This is understandable as at least one of these teams has appeared in four of the last six Euro finals – including the 2012 final where Spain beat Italy 4-0 to win their second European Championship in a row.

The Netherlands are often hyped up before major tournaments only to fall short, but their match against France at one of the most modern stadium being used at Euro 2024, the Leipzig Stadium, will be a must-watch.

And don’t forget Georgia, who make their major tournament debut when they take on Turkey (or Türkiye) at the BVB Stadion Dortmund on Tuesday, June 18th.

Euro 2024 Quarter-Final Venues

Four quarter-finals, four different Euro 2024 stadiums. The teams who make it this far will play their games over two days in four cities.

Here’s where the Euro 2024 quarter-finals will be played:

  • Match 45 – Stuttgart Arena (Friday, July 5th, 6pm local, noon ET)
  • Match 46 – Volksparkstadoin Hamburg (Friday, July 5th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)
  • Match 47 – Olympiastadion Berlin (Saturday, July 6th, 6pm local, noon ET)
  • Match 48 – Düsseldorf Arena (Saturday, July 6th, 9pm local, 3pm ET)

Euro 2024 Semi-Final Venues

There are two Euro 2024 venues which will host the semi-finals in July. The first will take place on Tuesday, July 9th at the Munich Football Arena.

The second is the day after, over at the home of Borussia Dortmund, the BVB Stadion Dortmund. Both semi-finals kick off at 9pm local time which is 3pm ET.

Euro 2024 Final Venue

On Sunday, July 14th, 2024, the Euro 2024 final will be held at the Olympiastadion Berlin. Kick-off is set for 9pm local time and 3pm ET.

71,000 fans will be on the edge of their seats to see who is crowned the overall winner of the tournament.


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