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The UEFA Euro, commonly referred to as the Euros, is a major football tournament that takes place every four years and features the best national teams from Europe. The latest edition of the tournament, the Euro 2020, was scheduled to take place from 12 June to 12 July 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was postponed to 2021. In this article, we will explore the question of where the Euro 2020 will be held.


Initial Plans for Euro 2020 Venues

The initial plan for the Euro 2020 was for the tournament to be hosted in 12 different cities across Europe. These cities were: Amsterdam, Baku, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome, Saint Petersburg, and Bilbao. The idea behind spreading the tournament across different countries was to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the tournament and to make it more accessible to fans from all over Europe.

Changes to Euro 2020 Venues

However, due to the pandemic, the original plan had to be revised. Some of the venues, including Bilbao, Dublin, and Glasgow, were forced to withdraw because they were unable to guarantee the presence of spectators in the stadiums. Other venues, such as Amsterdam, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, and Saint Petersburg, were able to accommodate limited numbers of fans. To make up for the loss of these venues, the UEFA added Wembley Stadium in London as an additional venue, hosting both the semi-finals and the final.

Current Euro 2020 Venues

As of now, the Euro 2020 will be held in the following cities:

Amsterdam, Netherlands - Johan Cruijff Arena

Baku, Azerbaijan - Olympic Stadium

Bucharest, Romania - National Arena

Budapest, Hungary - Puskás Ferenc Stadium

Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken Stadium

Glasgow, Scotland - Hampden Park (with limited capacity)

London, England - Wembley Stadium (also hosting the semi-finals and final)

Munich, Germany - Allianz Arena (with limited capacity)

Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (with limited capacity)

Saint Petersburg, Russia - Krestovsky Stadium (with limited capacity)


The Euro 2020 tournament will be held in 10 different cities in Europe. Though the pandemic has led to some changes in the original plan, the tournament remains a major event that brings together some of the best football players from around the globe. Fans will be able to enjoy the excitement of the tournament in person in several of the venues, while others will have to settle for watching the matches on television.