Where is Euro 2024 Being Held? – European Championship 2024 in Germany

Where is Euro 2024 Being Held? – European Championship 2024 in Germany

Berlin,,Germany, ,June,28,,2012:,Aerial,View,Of,TheThree-time winners Germany will host Euro 2024. This is the second time Germany has hosted the European Championship. The last time was back in 1988, when the Netherlands was victorious. Just eight nations took part that year, with this number having increased to 24.

With 51 matches during the tournament, 10 stadiums will welcome fans from across the continent. Some venues have hosted major tournament matches in the past. Others are making their debuts. Where is Euro 2024? We will take a closer look on this page.

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How Germany Was Chosen as the Euro 2024 Host

Germany went up against Turkey in the battle to host Euro 2024. A decision was made at the UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Nyon in September 2018. Germany has successfully hosted major football tournaments in the past, including the 2006 World Cup. This will be the first time Germany has hosted the European Championship since its reunification.

How Many Stadiums Will Be Used at Euro 2024?

2024,Germany,Football,Stadium.,Set,For,Football,Arenas.,Soccer,Stadiums10 cities across Germany will host matches during Euro 2024. The Munich Football Arena hosts the opening match of the tournament. This involves Germany and Scotland and takes place on June 14. The Olympiastadion in Berlin is the setting for the final on July 14. You will find a table featuring all stadiums at Euro 2024 below:

City Stadium
Berlin Olympiastadion Berlin
Munich Munich Football Arena
Dortmund BVB Stadion Dortmund
Stuttgart Stuttgart Arena
Gelsenkirchen Arena AufSchalke
Hamburg Volksparkstadion Hamburg
Cologne Cologne Stadium
Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Arena
Frankfurt Frankfurt Arena
Leipzig Leipzig Stadium

Which Cities Will Host Euro 2024 Matches?

Germany is a country that all football fans will enjoy visiting. There is history, culture and more located in the 10 host cities. Let’s investigate the cities in more detail:


Berlin has been the German capital since 1990. Known for its diversity, Berlin is home to the Brandenburg Gate and 368-metre high television tower. Berlin will be the setting for the Euro 2024 final. Taking place on July 14, the Olympiastadion has a capacity of 71,000.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 15/06: B1 vs B2
  • 21/06: D1 vs D3
  • 25/06: D2 vs D3
  • 29/06: Round of 16
  • 06/07: Quarter-Final
  • 14/07: Final


Germany’s third-largest city has a population of over 1.6 million people. The city is full of history and a hotbed for art galleries. The Munich Football Arena, home of Bayern Munich, will host six matches during Euro 2024.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 14/06: A1 vs A2
  • 17/06: E3 vs E4
  • 20/06: C1 vs C3
  • 25/06: C2 vs C3
  • 02/07: Round of 16
  • 09/07: Semi-Final


Set in the Ruhr district, Dortmund’s history lies in beer, steel and coal. It is now a major technology hub. The BVB Stadion Dortmund will host Euro 2024 games in the city, a venue known for its famous “Yellow Wall”.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 15/06: B3 vs B4
  • 18/06: F1 vs F2
  • 22/06: F1 vs F3
  • 25/06: D4 vs D1
  • 29/06: Round of 16
  • 10/07: Semi-Final


Home to Mercedes and Porsche, Stuttgart has an industrial history. It is also the perfect city for lovers of food and wine. Euro 2024 matches will take place at the Stuggart Arena. The stadium is home to VfB Stuttgart and will have a capacity of 51,000 during the tournament.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 16/06: C1 vs C2
  • 19/06: A1 vs A3
  • 23/06: A2 vs A3
  • 26/06: E4 vs E1
  • 05/07: Quarter-Final


Another German city known for its production of coal and steel is Gelsenkirchen. Nowadays, the city attracts visitors due to its theatre scene and large parks. Arena AufSchalke is the stadium in question here. Home of FC Schalke 04, the arena holds 50,000 fans.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 16/06: C3 vs C4
  • 20/06: B1 vs B3
  • 26/06: F2 vs F3
  • 30/06: Round of 16


With a famous harbour and standout architecture, Hamburg is the third-largest city in Europe. The Volksparkstadion Hamburg previously hosted the 2010 UEFA Europa League Final and had a 49,000 capacity. Four Euro 2024 group fixtures and one quarter-final will take place here.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 16/06: D1 vs D2
  • 19/06: B2 vs B4
  • 22/06: F2 vs F4
  • 26/06: F4 vs F1
  • 05/07: Quarter-Final


Based on the Rhine River, Cologne has a population of over 1 million. The Cathedral Church of St Peter is the most visited monument in Germany. The Cologne Stadium opened in 1923, before being renovated in 2004. The home of 1. FC Koln has a capacity of 45,000.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 15/06: A3 vs A4
  • 19/06: A2 vs A4
  • 22/06: E1 vs E3
  • 25/06: C4 vs C1
  • 30/6: Round of 16


With 650,000 inhabitants, the capital of the North-Rhine Westphalia is home to the Düsseldorf Arena. Built in 2004 ahead of the 2006 World Cup, the stadium holds 47,000. The city’s old town is home to the “longest bar in the world”.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 17/06: D3 vs D4
  • 21/06: E2 vs E4
  • 24/06: B4 vs B1
  • 01/07: Round of 16
  • 06/07: Quarter-Final


Frankfurt is one of the financial hubs of Europe. Located on the River Main, Germany’s fifth largest city is known as “Mainhattan” because of its skyline. The Frankfurt Arena, home of Eintracht Frankfurt, has a 47,000 capacity.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 17/06: E1 vs E2
  • 20/06: C2 vs C4
  • 23/06: A4 vs A1
  • 26/06: E2 vs E3
  • 01/07: Round of 16


Home of famous German composer Johann Sebastian Bach, Leipzig is now also well-known for its football club. RB Leipzig was formed in 2009, with the Leipzig Stadium opening in 2004. The arena has hosted multiple German national team matches in the past.

Euro 2024 Fixtures

  • 18/06: F3 vs F4
  • 21/06: D2 vs D4
  • 24/06: B2 vs B3
  • 02/07: Round of 16
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