Euro 2024 Stadiums

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Three time winners of the UEFA European Championship, Germany, will host UEFA 2024 across 10 stadiums throughout the country. Germany hosted the 2006 World Cup and is home to some of the most iconic stadiums in football.

view of olympiastadion pitch
  • Capacity: 71,000
  • Home Team: Hertha Berlin

The biggest venue at the Euros and has previously hosted the 2006 World Cup final and the 2015 Champions League final.

Matches Hosted:

  • Spain vs Croatia – 15th June
  • Play-off Winner A vs Austria – 21st June
  • Netherlands vs Austria – 25th June
  • Round of 16 – 2A vs 2B – 29th June
  • Quarter Final – 6th July
  • Final – 14th July
Cologne Stadium Exterior - RheinEnergieStadion
  • Capacity: 43,000
  • Home Team: 1. FC Köln

Hosted the 2020 Europa League Final and is the regular venue for Germany’s domestic Women’s Cup final.

Matches Hosted:

  • Hungary vs Switzerland – 15th June
  • Scotland vs Switzerland – 19th June
  • Belgium vs Romania – 22nd June
  • England vs Slovenia – 25th June
  • Round of 16 – 1B vs 3A/D/E/F – 30th June
SIGNAL IDUNA PARK
  • Capacity: 62,000
  • Home Team: Borussia Dortmund

Home of the famous Yellow Wall and one of the biggest Euro 2024 stadiums. Previously hosted the 2001 UEFA Cup final.

Matches Hosted:

  • Italy vs Albania – 15th June
  • Turkey vs Play-off winner C – 18th June
  • Turkey vs Portugal – 22nd June
  • France vs Play-off winner A – 25th June
  • Round of 16 – 1A vs 2C – 29th June
  • Semi-final – 10th July
Düsseldorf Arena 
  • Capacity: 47,000
  • Home Team: Fortuna Düsseldorf

One of the smaller EURO 2024 stadiums and home to current 2. Bundesliga team Fortuna Düsseldorf. Previously hosted group games for the 1988 Euros.

Matches Hosted:

  • Austria vs France – 17th June
  • Slovakia vs Play-off winner B – 21st June
  • Albania vs Spain – 24th June
  • Round of 16 – 2D vs 2E – 1st July
  • Quarter-final 6th July
Waldstadion
  • Capacity: 47,000
  • Home Team: Eintracht Frankfurt

Built in 1925 and has previously hosted the 2006 World Cup quarter-final and 2002 UEFA Women’s Cup Final

Matches Hosted:

  • Belgium vs Slovakia – 17th June
  • Denmark vs England – 20th June
  • Switzerland vs Germany – 23rd June
  • Slovakia vs Romania – 26th June
  • Round of 16 – 1F vs 3A/B/C – 1st July
arena aufschalke
  • Capacity: 50,000
  • Home Team: Schalke

Opened in 2001 and home of Schalke and featuring a retractable roof and slide out pitch. Previously hosted 2006 World Cup quarter-final and 2004 Champions League final.

Matches Hosted:

  • Serbia vs England – 16th June
  • Spain vs Italy – 20th June
  • Play-off winner C vs Portugal – 26th June
  • Round of 16 – 1C vs 3D/E/F – 30th June
Volksparkstadion aerial view
  • Capacity: 49,000
  • Home Team: Hamburger SV

Originally opened in 1953 and underwent major refurbishment in 2000 the Volksparkstadion has hosted European Championship and World Cup games previously.

Matches Hosted:

  • Play-off winner A vs Netherlands – 16th June
  • Croatia vs Albania – 19th June
  • Play-off winner C vs Czechia – 22nd June
  • Czechia vs Turkey – 26th June
  • Quarter Final – 5th July
RB Leipzig RB Arena
  • Capacity: 40,000
  • Home Team: RB Leipzig

Opened in 2004 and home to Red Bull Leipzig featuring a state of the art roof and previous host to 2006 World Cup games.

Matches Hosted:

  • Portugal vs Czechia – 18th June
  • Netherlands vs France – 21st June
  • Croatia vs Italy – 24th June
  • Round of 16 – 1D vs 2F
allianz arena
  • Capacity: 66,000
  • Home Team: Bayern München

Opened 2005 and already played host to some excellent games, such as the 2012 Champions League Final and Euro 2020 quarter-finals.

Matches Hosted:

  • Germany vs Scotland – 14th June
  • Romania vs Play-off winner B – 17th June
  • Slovenia vs Serbia – 20th June
  • Denmark vs Serbia – 25th June
  • Round of 16 – 1E vs 3A/B/C/D – 2nd July
  • Semi-final – 9th July
Stuttgart arena
  • Capacity: 51,000
  • Home Team: VfB Stuttgart

Built in 1933 and undergone multiple modernisations the Stuttgart Arena has hosted the 1998 European Cup final and the 2006 World Cup 3rd place play off.

Matches Hosted:

  • Slovenia vs Denmark – 16th June
  • Germany vs Hungary – 19th June
  • Scotland vs Hungary – 23rd June
  • Play-off winner B vs Belgium – 26th June
  • Quarter-final – 5th July