The legendary locations that will play home to the European Championship in 2024 are generating as much buzz as the teams and players themselves. Amidst ten cities in Germany, a nation known for its storied soccer heritage and fervent supporters, Euro 2024 will occur.

Every one of them provides a different setting for the exquisite game. There are venues ranging from ancient arenas to state-of-the-art architectural wonders. Teams will compete in various settings, from the historic allure of Nuremberg to the dynamic energy of Berlin. These stadiums will host matches and moments that fans from all over the globe will never forget.

Ten different cities

Located in Berlin, the Olympiastadion is the epicenter of this soccer festival and has played home to several important matches, including the final. Also worth noting is the Allianz Arena in Munich, famous for its beautiful multi-colored light exterior.

At the same time, stadiums like Gelsenkirchen’s Arena AufSchalke and Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park are known for their exciting environments and fervent fans. Cologne, Hamburg, Leipzig, and Stuttgart are a few other cities with distinctive stadiums.

With the addition of Frankfurt and Düsseldorf to the roster, the tournament will cover the whole length and width of Germany. It will surely provide spectators from every corner with the opportunity to see the thrill firsthand.

Euro 2024: Stadiums and matches

Olympiastadion, Berlin

The Olympiastadion is the largest arena for Euro 2024. It has hosted several prominent games on a continental and international level, including every German Cup final since 1985. Soccer fans saw Italy take on France in the 2006 World Cup final there. Also, in 2015, after nine years, Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League final there after defeating Juventus.

15/06: Spain vs Croatia 
21/06: Poland vs Austria
25/06: Netherlands vs Austria
: Round of 16 – 2A vs 2B
06/07: Quarter-final
14/07: Final

RheinEnergieSTADION, Cologne

The RheinEnergieSTADION, which is Koln’s home field, underwent reconstruction to host World Cup matches in 2006. In addition to American football, ice hockey, and music events, it has been the usual site for Germany’s Women’s Cup final since 2010.

15/06: Hungary vs Switzerland 
: Scotland vs Switzerland
: Belgium vs Romania
: England vs Slovenia 
: Round of 16 – 1B vs 3A/D/E/F

Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

Among this year’s European Championship’s larger stadiums is Borussia Dortmund’s home. Because of the world-famous “Yellow Wall” stand, it is among the most recognized stadiums. Notable matches played there include Liverpool’s 2001 UEFA Cup final against Deportivo Alaves, as well as other European and World Cup matches.

15/06: Italy vs Albania
: Türkiye vs Georgia
: Türkiye vs Portugal
: France vs Poland
: Round of 16 – 1A vs 2C
10/07: Semi-final

Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf

With a capacity of more than 40,000, the Merkur Spiel-Arena is one of the more modest Euro 2024 sites. Fortuna Düsseldorf, whose most recent season in the Bundesliga was in 2019/20, presently calls it home.

17/06: Austria vs France
: Slovakia vs Ukraine

24/06: Albania vs Spain 
: Round of 16 – 2D vs 2E
06/07: Quarter-final

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Waldstadion, Frankfurt

Eintracht Frankfurt played its home games in the 1925-built Frankfurt Arena, which has played host to games at many major championships. The UEFA European Championship in 1988 and the FIFA World Cup in 2006 are examples.

17/06: Belgium vs Slovakia
: Denmark vs England
: Switzerland vs Germany
: Slovakia vs Romania
: Round of 16 – 1F vs 3A/B/C

Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen

Since its opening in August 2001, the Arena AufSchalke has been the home of Schalke. A retractable roof and a slide-out pitch are its notable characteristics. Here, Cristiano Ronaldo made history for Portugal when they defeated England in a shootout in the 2006 World Cup.

16/06: Serbia vs England
: Spain vs Italy
: Georgia vs Portugal
: Round of 16 – 1C vs 3D/E/F

Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

After opening to the public in 1953, the Volksparkstadion underwent extensive renovations in 2000. It has played host to matches in many World Cups, including 1974 and 2006, as well as the UEFA European Championship in 1988.

16/06: Poland vs Netherlands
: Croatia vs Albania
: Georgia vs Czechia 
: Czechia vs Türkiye 
: Quarter-final

Red Bull Arena, Leipzig

The Red Bull Arena, which has a modern roof, was inaugurated in 2004 and is home to the Bundesliga team RB Leipzig. The former East German capital’s largest stadium, the Zentralstadion, served as its framework for the rebuilding.

18/06: Portugal vs Czechia
: Netherlands vs France
: Croatia vs Italy
: Round of 16 – 1D vs 2F

Allianz Arena, Munich

Bayern Munich and 1860 München, two local rivals, constructed the Allianz Arena, which opened in 2005. And yet, Bayern are now the sole proprietors of the stadium. It produced an unforgettable Champions League final in 2012. Also, among the Euro 2020 matches played there was Italy’s 2-1 quarterfinal triumph against Belgium.

14/06: Germany vs Scotland
: Romania vs Ukraine
: Slovenia vs Serbia 
: Denmark vs Serbia 
: Round of 16 – 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (18:00)
09/07: Semi-final

MHPArena, Stuttgart

The HPArena has undergone many renovations and modernizations since its construction in 1993. This stadium has seen everything from the Euro 1988 and the World Cups in 1974 and 2006.

16/06: Slovenia vs Denmark
: Germany vs Hungary
: Scotland vs Hungary
: Ukraine vs Belgium 
: Quarter-final


Euro 2024

Here are some resources to get you ready for Euros!
Euro Bracket: Download a free PDF bracket for the tournament
Euro 2024 Schedule: Full schedule of all games for the 2024 tournament
How to watch: Information on where to find the games on TV and streaming
How to Stream Learn how you can stream Euro games live in 2024
2024 Soccer Calendar: Get the lowdown on what will be a busy year in soccer