The 12 host cities for EURO 2020
UEFA announced the 12 host cities for UEFA EURO 2020 with the semi-finals and final scheduled to take place at the Wembley stadium in London.
The dream of former UEFA president, Michel Platini, of hosting the European championships in different cities around the continent will become a reality in 2020. Twelve cities will host the matches of the EURO 2020 tournament, steering away from a host nation(s) as in previous years.
Rome, Baku, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Saint Petersburg, Copenhagen, London, Glasgow, Bilbao, Dublin, Munich, and Hungary will be the 12 host cities for EURO 2020. On Friday, UEFA announced which cities will host which group stage and knockout matches with the semi-finals and final to be hosted at the Wembley stadium in London.
EURO 2020 will kick off in Rome with the opening ceremonies as the Italian capital and Baku will host games from Group A. Brussels was also included in the original list of host cities however due to delayed construction of the Eurostadium, Brussels was removed from the list. The matches scheduled to take place in Belgium will now be played in London at the Wembley.
Below is the breakdown of which cities will host which matches at EURO 2020.
Group A: Rome (Italy), Baku (Azerbaijan)
Group B: Amsterdam (Holland), Bucharest (Romania)
Group C: Saint Petersburg (Russia), Copenhagen (Denmark)
Group D: London (England), Glasgow (Scotland)
Group E: Bilbao (Spain), Dublin (Ireland)
Group F: Munich (Germany), Budapest (Hungary)
Last 16: London, Copenhagen, Bucharest, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bilbao, Budapest, Glasgow
Quarter-Finals: Glasgow, Baku, Saint Petersburg, Rome