Euro 2020: Wembley To Stage Seven Games (Including The Final) As UEFA Reveal Host City Pairings

Chris Wright

7th, December 2017


UEFA have confirmed that Wembley will host no less than seven games at the next European Championships in 2020, which will see the tournament staged by multiple countries right across Europe.

Wembley was already scheduled to host one semi-final and the final but will now also be used for three additional group games and a last-16 tie after UEFA gave up on Brussels having their prospective new stadium ready in time.

The 12 host cities have now been paired off, with each of the six groups – A, B, C, etc – playing their games at the two requisite venues listed below…

The 12 stadiums being used are as follows (listed in alphabetical order):

Amsterdam (Netherlands) Johan Cruyff Arena
Baku (Azerbaijan) Olympic Stadium
Bilbao (Spain) San Mames
Bucharest (Romania) Arena Nationala
Budapest (Hungary) Ferenc Puskas Stadium
Copenhagen (Denmark) Parken Stadium
Dublin (Republic of Ireland) Aviva Stadium
Glasgow (Scotland) Hampden Park
London (England) Wembley
Munich (Germany) Allianz Arena
Rome (Italy) Stadio Olimpico
Saint Petersburg (Russia) Krestovsky Stadium

Just for the record, it’s a five-hour flight from Rome to Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan.

Group A should be interesting.

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  1. dr90 says:

    Swap Bucharest with Rome! Ridiculous scheduling.

  2. Jazza says:

    Hardly any buzz amongst fans. Getting the feeling nobody is going to give a toss, let alone go.

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