EURO 2024 Stadiums

Calling all football fans! Mark your calendars, as UEFA EURO 2024 will take place in Germany! Prepare for an unforgettable trip as you visit the ten iconic stadiums, each with a rich history and tourist attractions. This year, you may not only watch the tournament's exciting matches but also visit lively cities such as Berlin, Frankfurt, Leipzig, and Hamburg. 

Discover each stadium's capacity and the highly anticipated matches that will take place, as well as the lesser-known treasures and must-see attractions around. From the historic Olympiastadion Berlin to the colorful Volksparkstadion in Hamburg, this is the complete insider's guide to UEFA EURO 2024.


Other Name: Großer Ring ("Great Ring") 

Location: Berlin, Germany 

Capacity: 71,000 spectators 

Opened: 1936

The Olympiastadion Berlin is the biggest and most iconic sports arena in Germany. It was built specifically for the 1936 Summer Olympics and has since been the venue for numerous significant sporting events, including the finals of the 1974 and 2006 FIFA World Cups.

In the upcoming Euro 2024, the Olympiastadion will proudly host six matches, including the highly anticipated final. Situated in western Berlin, it is conveniently located near the beautiful Grunewald forest. Getting there is easy with the availability of public transportation options like the U-Bahn (subway) and S-Bahn (commuter train).

EURO 2024 Matches

June 1518:00Spain vs Croatia 
June 2118:00Austria vs Play-off Winner
June 2518:00Austria vs Netherlands
June 2918:002A vs 2B (Round of 16)
July 621:00Quarter Final Round
July 1421:00Finals 

Cologne Stadium 

Other Name: Müngersdorfer Stadium

Location: Köln, Germany

Capacity: 43,000 spectators

Opened: 1923

Cologne Stadium (also known as the RheinEnergieStadion) is one of the ten stadiums that will host matches during the UEFA Euro 2024 tournament in Germany. It is located in the city of Cologne, in the western part of the country.

The stadium was originally built in 1923 and has been renovated several times since then, most recently in 2006 for the FIFA World Cup. It has a capacity of 50,000 spectators and is the home of Bundesliga Club 1. FC Köln.

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1515:00Switzerland vs Hungary
June 1921:00Switzerland vs Scotland
June 2221:00Belgium vs Romania 
June 2521:00England vs Slovenia
June 3021:001B vs 3A/D/E/F (Round 16)

Düsseldorf Arena

Other Name: Merkur Spiel-Arena

Location: Düsseldorf, Germany

Capacity: 47,000 spectators

Opened: 2004

The Merkur Spiel-Arena, better known as the Düsseldorf Arena, is ready to greet football fans with its elegant, modern design and vibrant atmosphere for Euro 2024. 

The arena, which first opened its doors in 2004, was originally the designated home for Fortuna Düsseldorf of the Bundesliga. 

In the years since, it has welcomed a variety of activities, including concerts, boxing matches, and notably, the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. Most recently, the stadium has undergone a significant renovation, resulting in upgraded facilities and advanced technology.

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1721:00France vs Austria
June 2115:00Slovakia vs  Play-off Winner B
June 2421:00Spain vs Albania 
July 118:002D vs 2E (Round of 16)
July 618:00Quarter Final Round 

BVB Stadion Dortmund 

Other Name: Signal Iduna Park

Location: Dortmund, Germany

Capacity: 61,524 spectators

Opened: 1974

The stadium built in 1974 for the FIFA World Cup, the BVB Stadion Dortmund, has witnessed several historical moments and passionate matches. It's the home of Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund and boasts a loyal fan base known for their incredible support.

Dortmund, an industrial city transformed into a vibrant cultural hub, offers plenty to explore beyond the pitch. Visit the Westfalenhallen Exhibition Center, explore the Zollverein coal mine heritage site, or delve into the Dortmunder U arts center. 

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1521:00Albania vs Italy
June 1818:00Turkey vs Play-off Winner C
June 2218:00Turkey vs Portugal 
June 2518:00France vs Play-off Winner C
June 2921:001A vs 2C (Round of 16)
July 121:00Semi-Finals

Frankfurt Arena 

Other Name: Deutsche Bank Park

Location: Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Capacity: 47,000 spectators

Opened: 2005

Frankfurt Arena, which was opened in 2005, is a tribute to modern architecture and technological innovation. The stadium, which is home to the legendary Eintracht Frankfurt, is well-known for its fanatical supporters. 

As Euro 2024 approaches, Frankfurt Arena, also known as Deutsche Bank Park, excitedly awaits to provide an electrifying and memorable experience. The stadium is located in the center of Germany's financial district. This modern arena will proudly host five important games.

But Frankfurt is more than just a destination for exciting sporting events. The city is steeped in history and offers a fascinating blend of old and new, with modern attractions and a vibrant cultural environment. 

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1718:00Slovakia vs Belgium
June 2018:00Denmark vs England
June 2321:00Germany vs Switzerland 
June 2618:00Slovakia vs Romania 
July 121:001F vs 3A/B/C

Volksparkstadion Hamburg 

Other Name: Nordtribune

Location: Hamburg, Germany

Capacity: 49,000 spectators

Opened: 1923

The Volksparkstadion, built in 1923, has experienced decades of famous events, including hosting the 1978 FIFA World Cup and serving as the home stadium for the renowned Hamburger SV club. This stadium represents the city's rich sporting tradition and strong football culture.

The Volksparkstadion provides more than just football activity. Pre-match festivities may be enjoyed in the wide park around the stadium, as well as local cuisines at food vendors and browsing fan souvenirs. Take advantage of the stadium's excellent public transportation links to explore the city and have amazing moments off the field.

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1615:00Netherlands vs Playoff Winner A
June 1915:00Albania vs Croatia
June 2215:00Czech Republic vs Playoff Winner C
June 2621:00Czech Republic vs Turkey
July 521:00Quarter Final Round

Munich Football Arena 

Other Name: Allianz Arena 

Location: München, Germany

Capacity: 66,000 spectators

Opened: 2005

The Allianz Arena, constructed in 2005, boasts an incredible feature: its dynamic exterior can illuminate the hues of the host nation, Germany, or any other country participating in Euro 2024. 

Inside, you'll find cutting-edge elements and a retractable roof that create an unforgettable atmosphere for players and fans alike. This stadium, cherished as the home of the mighty Bayern Munich, perfectly blends Bavarian tradition with the passion of modern football.

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1621:00Scotland vs Germany
June 1715:00Play-off Winner B vs Romania
June 2015:00Serbia vs Slovenia
June 2521:00Serbia vs Denmark
July 218:001E vs 3A/B/C/D
July 921:00Semi Finals

Leipzig Stadium 

Other Name: Red Bull Arena 

Location: Leipzig, Germany

Capacity: 40,000 spectators

Opened: 2004

Leipzig Stadium, better known as the Red Bull Arena, offers a rewarding environment, with rising talents taking center stage for Euro 2024. Located in the center of Germany's youngest large metropolis.

The Leipzig Stadium, which was constructed in 2004 on the foundations of the Zentralstadion, the historic heart of East German football, combines modern design with symbolic allusions to the past.

Leipzig is a city that perfectly combines its rich history with a vibrant modern atmosphere. Take a walk through the charming city center and visit iconic landmarks like St. Thomas Church and Nikolaikirche. If you're in the mood for something more contemporary, head to the trendy districts like Südvorstadt, where you'll find lively cafes and bars. 

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1821:00Czech Republic vs Portugal
June 2121:00France vs Netherlands
June 2421:00Croatia vs Italy
July 221:001D vs 1F (Round of 16)

Aufschalke Arena 

Other Name: Veltins-Arena

Location: Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Capacity: 50,000 spectators

Opened: 1954

Since its establishment in 1954, the Veltins Arena has stood witness to numerous unforgettable moments in football, proudly hosting FC Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga. The die-hard "Schalker Knappen" fanbase, known for their unwavering dedication and the electrifying ambiance they create,

Gelsenkirchen is a city that perfectly combines its industrial past with a modern twist. Take a trip to the Zollverein Coal Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or engage yourself in the lively atmosphere of the Kulturzentrum Schlachthof, a hotspot for music and art. 

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1621:00Serbia vs England
June 2021:00Italy vs Spain
June 2621:00Portugal vs Play-off Winner C
June 3018:001C vs 3D/E/F

Stuttgart Arena  

Other Name: Mercedes-Benz Arena

Location: Stuttgart, Germany

Capacity: 51,000 spectators

Opened: 2006

Since its establishment in 2006, the Mercedes-Benz Arena has been a symbol of modernity and sophistication. Its sleek design and advanced technology guarantee an unequal experience for both players and spectators. VfB Stuttgart's loyal fan base adds to the stadium's lively ambiance, making match days truly unforgettable.

In Stuttgart, you'll find a perfect blend of history, natural beauty, and modern attractions. Take a stroll through the iconic Schlossplatz square or immerse yourself in the wonders of the Wilhelma Zoo. For a touch of elegance, visit the picturesque Schloss Solitude and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city. If you're a car enthusiast, the Mercedes-Benz Museum is a must-see.

EURO 2024 Matches 

June 1618:00Denmark vs Slovenia
June 1918:00Hungary vs Germany
June 2321:00Hungary vs Scotland
June 2618:00Play-off Winner B vs Belgium
July 518:00Quarter Final Round

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Frequently Asked Questions 

When and where is Euro 2024 taking place?

Euro 2024, also known as the UEFA European Championship, is set to take place in Germany from June 14th to July 14th, 2024. This exciting tournament will be held in ten different cities across the country, making it the first pan-German edition of the event.

Which stadiums will host the EURO 2024 matches?

Here are the stadiums that will host the EURO 2024 matches in Germany:

  1. Olympiastadion Berlin (Final)
  2. RheinEnergieStadion (Cologne)
  3. Signal Iduna Park ("Yellow Wall") in Dortmund
  4. Deutsche Bank Park (Frankfurt)
  5. Gelsenkirchen: Veltins-Arena (Arena AufSchalke)
  6. Volksparkstadion (Hamburg)
  7. Leipzig Stadium (Leipzig)
  8. Allianz Arena (Opening Match) in Munich
  9. Mercedes-Benz Arena (Stuttgart)
  10. Merkur Spiel-Arena.(Düsseldorf)

How many teams will participate in the upcoming EURO 2024?

Well, there will be a total of 24 teams competing, with Germany as the host nation. Right now, on February 13th, 2024, 21 teams have already secured their spot through the qualification stage. The final three spots will be decided in the play-offs happening on March 21st and 26th, 2024.

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