Euro 2024: The Stadiums

With the Premier League, Championship, and Champions League delivering thrills and spills aplenty, the 2023/24 campaign will live long in the memory. All that has come before has provided more than enough to satisfy, but in 2024, the global game is the gift that keeps giving. 


Hot on the heels of the club action, the football headlines take on an international hue as the eyes of the sporting world turn to Germany for the latest edition of the European Championships. There are few things better than a summer of football, with fans already flocking to assess the best Euro 2024 Betting Offers and seeking insight at high-quality football sites.


The Ideal Hosts


Given their rich footballing heritage and long-held status amongst the elite of the European club game, few nations could be so well prepared to host a major football tournament as Germany. This summer, the four-time World Cup-winning nation shows off its wares as 23 other nations arrive ahead of the 2024 edition of the European Championships. 


Fifty-one games at Europe’s major international showpiece deserve a suitable stage. Euro 2024 offers ten of them, with the following elite arenas providing the backdrop for the unfolding entertainment.



Home Ground Of: Hertha Berlin

Capacity: 71,000


Germany’s flagship stadium and host of the 2006 World Cup Final – all roads lead to the Olympiastadion on 14 July.




Spain vs Croatia (Saturday 15 June)

Poland vs Austria (Friday 21 June)

Netherlands vs Austria (Tuesday 25 June

Round of 16 (Saturday 29 June)

Quarter Final (Saturday 6 July)

Euro 2024 Final (Sunday 14 July)

Arena Aufschalke

Home Ground Of: Schalke

Capacity: 50,000

One of the more distinctive stadiums at the tournament, Schalke’s home ground boasts both a retractable roof and a retractable pitch.




Serbia vs England (Sunday 16 June)

Spain vs Italy (Thursday 20 June)

Georgia vs Portugal (Wednesday 26 June)

Round of 16 (Sunday 30 June)



Home Ground Of: FC Köln

Capacity: 43,000


Lacking the smooth curves of the Olympiastadion or Allianz Arena, the most distinctive features of this block-like creation are the illuminated towers in the four corners of the ground.




Hungary vs Switzerland (Saturday 15 June)

Scotland vs Switzerland (Wednesday 19 June)

Belgium vs Romania (Saturday 22 June)

England vs Slovenia (Tuesday 25 June)

Round of 16 (Sunday 30 June)



Home Ground Of: Hamburg

Capacity: 49,000


The People’s Park was built in 1925 but now lies on a different compass axis, having been rotated by 90 degrees in 2000.



Poland vs Netherlands (Sunday 16 June)

Croatia vs Albania (Wednesday 19 June)

Georgia vs Czechia (Saturday 22 June)

Czechia vs Turkey (Wednesday 26 June)

Quarter Final (Friday 5 July)



Home Ground Of: Borussia Dortmund

Capacity: 62,000


Home of the famous Yellow Wall, which will be an all-seater facility at this summer’s tournament.




Italy vs Albania (Saturday 15 June)

Turkey vs Georgia (Tuesday 18 June)

Turkey vs Portugal (Saturday 22 June)

France vs Poland (Tuesday 25 June)

Round of 16 (Saturday 29 June)

Semi Final (Wednesday 10 July)

Red Bull Arena

Home Ground Of: RB Leipzig

Capacity: 40,000

The home of RB Leipzig is a fine example of a 21st-century build and boasts the distinction of being the only tournament stadium in East Germany.




Portugal vs Czechia (Tuesday 18 June)

Netherlands vs France (Friday 21 June)

Croatia vs Italy (Monday 24 June)

Round of 16 (Tuesday 2 July)


Merkur Spiel-Arena

Home Ground Of: Fortuna Dusseldorf

Capacity: 47,000

No strangers to a big occasion, the Merkul Spiel-Arena provided the stage for Azerbajan’s glorious Eurovision Song Contest victory in 2011.




Austria vs France (Monday 17 June)

Slovakia vs Ukraine (Friday 21 June)

Albania vs Spain (Monday 24 June)

Round of 16 (Monday 1 July)

Quarter Final (Saturday 6 July)


Allianz Arena

Home Ground Of: Bayern Munich

Capacity: 66,000


The place Harry Kane now calls home, the illuminated, colour-changing exterior of the Allianz Arena makes Bayern Munich’s ground among the most instantly recognizable in the game.




Germany vs Scotland (Friday 14 June)

Romania vs Ukraine (Monday 17 June)

Slovenia vs Serbia (Thursday 20 June)

Denmark vs Serbia (Tuesday 25 June)

Round of 16 (Tuesday 2 July)

Semi Final (Tuesday 9 July)



Home Ground Of: Eintracht Frankfurt

Capacity: 47,000

The “Forest Stadium” opened for business in 1925 and is no stranger to a knockout event, with Muhammed Ali flooring Karl Mildenberger here in that wonderful footballing year of 1966.




Belgium vs Slovakia (Monday 17 June)

Denmark vs England (Thursday 20 June)

Switzerland vs Germany (Sunday 23 June)

Slovakia vs Romania (Wednesday 26 June)

Round of 16 (Monday 1 July)


MHP Arena

Home Ground Of: VfB Stuttgart

Capacity: 51,000


Stuttgart’s home is steeped in German footballing history. Hosting the first post-WWII home game of the national side, the MHP also provided the stage for Klaus Fischer’s “Goal of the Century” in 1977.



Slovenia vs Denmark (Sunday 16 June)

Germany vs Hungary (Wednesday 19 June)

Scotland vs Hungary (Sunday 23 June)

Ukraine vs Belgium (Wednesday 26 June)

Quarter Final (Friday 5 July)