Euro 2020 Stadiums: A look at the 12 venues this summer from London to Baku


Euro 2020 is nearly upon us for another month-long period of footballing drama – but this year there’s a very big twist to it.

To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the European Championships, this summer’s tournament will be spread across 12 host cities across the continent. 

Sportsmail takes a look at which stadiums will be staging matches in their arenas and what games they will be hosting… 

Johan Cruyff Arena (Amsterdam)

The Johan Cruyff Arena will host Holland’s three group games and a first round knockout game

AMSTERDAM EURO 2020 MATCHES

(All times BST) 
Sunday, 14 June – Group C: Netherlands vs Ukraine (8pm)

Thursday, 18 June – Group C: Nethlerands vs Austria (8pm)

Monday, 22 June – Group C: Play-off winner A/D vs Netherlands (5pm)

Saturday, 27 June – Last 16: Group A runner-up vs Group B runner-up (5pm) 

Capacity: 54,000

Matches: Three group games, one last-16 game.  

Named after the Barcelona and Dutch legend, the Amsterdam Arena is a stadium fit for Europe’s biggest games.

The home of Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam, the stadium is known to generate a ear-splitting noise when the crowd is at its loudest.

The Amsterdam Arena, as it is also called, will host Holland’s three group matches against Ukraine, Austria and one of the play-off teams, as well as a last-16 tie on June 27.

If Wales finish second in their group, then their first knockout round match would be at this venue.  

Olympic Stadium (Baku)

Wales will visit Baku's Olympic Stadium twice during the group stages

Wales will visit Baku’s Olympic Stadium twice during the group stages 

The Azerbaijani venue hosted the Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal in 2019

The Azerbaijani venue hosted the Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal in 2019

Capacity: 69,000

BAKU EURO 2020 MATCHES

 (All times BST)

Saturday, 13 June – Group A: Wales vs Switzerland (2pm)

Wednesday, 17 June – Group A: Turkey vs Wales (5pm)

Sunday, 21 June – Group A: Switzerland vs Turkey (5pm) 

Saturday, 4 July – Quarter-final (5pm)

Matches: Three group games, one quarter-final.  

Baku’s Olympic Stadium caused a great deal of controversy when it was chosen to host the 2019 Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal, leading to expensive and difficult travel confusion for the supporters of both London teams. 

Now it has been selected to play another major role in European football, as some fans will have to travel over to the Azerbaijani capital if they want to watch their team play. 

Wales’ first two group stage  fixtures – against Switzerland and Turkey respectively – will be held in this arena, while the Turks and the Swiss will face each other in the Olympic Stadium on June 21. 

It will also host one quarter-final match on July 4.  

San Mames (Bilbao)

Bilbao will be the home for Spain's three group matches plus a knockout tie

Bilbao will be the home for Spain’s three group matches plus a knockout tie 

BILBAO EURO 2020 MATCHES 

(All times BST)  

Monday, 15 June – Group E: Spain vs Sweden (8pm)

Saturday, 20 June – Group E: Spain vs Poland (8pm)

Wednesday, 24 June – Group E: Play-off winner B vs Spain (5pm)

Sunday, 28 June – Last-16: Group B winner vs third placed D/E/F (8pm)

Capacity: 53,000



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