Wembley Stadium, ‘The Home of Football’ will host 7 matches including 3 Group D matches, 1 Round of 16, both Semi-finals and the Final.
England will play all 3 of their Group Stage matches here, with a selection of Official Hospitality packages available.
Dublin Arena, home of Republic of Ireland’s national football and rugby union teams, will host 3 Group E matches and one Round of 16.
Republic of Ireland will play 2 Group Stage matches here if they qualify for UEFA EURO 2020.
The former Lansdowne Road Stadium was re-opened in 2010 and hosted the 2011 UEFA Europa League Final.
Hampden Park, Scotland’s national stadium will host 3 Group D matches and one Round of 16.
Scotland will play 2 Group Stage matches here if they qualify for UEFA EURO 2020.
Between 1908 and 1950 Hampden Park was the largest stadium in the world and once held a crowd of 149,415 people for a match between England and Scotland. The stadium now hosts Scottish national home team fixtures and the Scottish Cup Final.
The tournament’s 60th anniversary also sees fixtures being played across 9 other fantastic cities including:
Rome, Italy – Olimpico in Rome: Opening Ceremony, 3 Group matches & 1 Quarter-final
Baku, Azerbaijan – Baku Olympic Stadium: 3 Group matches & 1 Quarter-final
St-Petersburg, Russia – Saint Petersburg Stadium: 3 Group matches & 1 Quarter-final
Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium: 3 Group matches & 1 Round of 16
Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff ArenA: 3 Group matches & 1 Round of 16
Bucharest, Romania – Arena Națională: 3 Group matches & 1 Round of 16
Bilbao, Spain – Estadio de San Mamés: 3 Group matches & 1 Round of 16
Munich, Germany – Fußball Arena München: 3 Group matches & 1 Quarter-final
Budapest, Hungary – Puskás Arena, Budapest: 3 Group matches & 1 Round of 16
The comfort of your own private area, perfect to entertain and enjoy all of the action with clients, friends and family.
A selection of hospitality experiences paired with fantastic seats, provide the perfect platform to enjoy the action.