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Johan Cruyff Arena | Amsterdam | Netherlands
This Arena was built on 1996. Currently this arena can accommodate 54,990 spectators but it has the capacity to increase the capacity by 25%. For Euro 2020 this will be the venue for some matches of group C and also for some games of tournaments knockout stage. Johan Cruyff Arena is the home stadium of Ajax and the Netherlands national team.
Olympic Stadium | Baku | Azerbaijan
The Olympic stadium was built on 2015 its actual capacity is 137,400 spectators although the capacity is reduced to 50% due to current situation. For Euro 2020 this stadium will host 68,700 spectators. For Euro 2020 this stadium will host some matches of group A and one quarter final match. Olympic stadium is situated near Lake Boyukshor, which is the second largest lake in Azerbaijan.
Arena Națională | Bucharest | Romania
Arena Națională was built in 2011 in Bucharest, Romania. For Euro 2020 its capacity is limited to 55,600 although it has the capacity host more spectators than that. With johan Cruyff arena this arena will also hold group C matches and some matches of round of 16. The stadium is located in the Romanian capital Bucharest and is home to Romania’s national team.
Puskás Aréna | Budapest | Hungary
Puskás Aréna named after the legend Ferenc Puskás was built in 2019 and is the newest stadium to be used in the Euro 2020. It can host a total of 67,889 spectators. This stadium will hold group stage matches and some matches from the round of 16. The stadium is also the official home stadium of Hungary National Team.
Parken Stadium | Copenhagen | Denmark
Parken Stadium being built in 1992 will be one of the 4 stadiums which was built on 20th century which will be used in this Euro. Current capacity of this stadium is 38,065 spectators which can be increased to 25% to 33% if needed. This stadium will host three Games of Group B and a round of 16 match. This stadium is the home stadium for Denmark national team and FC Copenhagen.
Hampden Park | Glasgow | Scotland
Hampden Park was built on 1903 but it had gone under a major renovation in 1999. This stadium will the oldest stadium to be used in euro 2020.The seating capacity this stadium is 52,000 spectators. During the Euro Hampden Park will be the venue for 3 matches of group D and one match of round of 16. Hampden Park has been the venue for three finals of European Cup finals (1960, 1976 and 2002) also It was also used to host football games at the 2012 Olympics.
Wembley Stadium | London | England
Re built on 2007 Wembley Stadium, London is one of the biggest stadiums in the world. Its seating capacity has been limited to 54,990 for Euro 2020. Wembley will host the majestic final match of the tournament and also it will host a semi final, group D matches and also round of 16 matches. A total of 8 matches will be played in this stadium.
Allianz Arena | Munich | Germany
Being built in 2005 Allianz Arena has a total capacity of 70,000. Although its hinted that only 14,500 spectators may be allowed in the stadium for Euro. Allianz Arena will host 3 games of group F and a Quarter final match. Allianz Arena is the home stadium of Bayern Munich.
Stadio Olimpico | Rome | Italy
Stadio Olimpico was built 1937 and renovated twice on 1953 and 1990. This historical stadium has the capacity of 72,600 but has been reduced to 25%. With Baku’s Olympic stadium Stadio Olimpico will host 3 games of Group A and one Quarter Final match. This stadium is the home for Italian giants Roma and Lazio.
Krestovsky Stadium | Saint Petersburg | Russia
One of the newest stadiums of the 12 being used in Euro 2020, the Krestovsky Stadium was built in 2017 for the 2018 World Cup. Although it has a capacity of 68,000 the figure have been reduced to 50%. Krestovsky Stadium will host a total 7 games including 6 group stage games and one quarter final match. It is home to Russian giants Zenit and the Russia national team also play there on occasion.
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Estadio de La Cartuja | Seville | Spain
This UEFA category 4 Stadium was built in 1999 in the south of Spain. With a total seating capacity of 60,000 the capacity has been reduced to 30% of the actual value. This stadium will host 4 games including 3 group E games and a match of round of 16. This stadium is occasionally used as a home stadium for Spain’s National team.
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