UEFA EURO 2024 will take place across ten world-class stadiums in Germany from the Olympiastadion Berlin to the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg. Let us take a look at these stellar stadiums. 

Stadiums hosting EURO 2024

Berlin's largest stadium will host high-profile matches at EURO 2024, including the final on July 14. Other notable games include Spain vs Croatia and the quarter-final on July 6

Olympiastadion Berlin (71,000)

This Cologne venue will host group-stage matches such as Hungary vs Switzerland on June 15, as well as a Round of 16 game on June 30

Cologne Stadium (43,000) 

Home to the famous yellow wall, Dortmund's renowned Signal Iduna Park will see action with Italy vs Albania on June 15 and a semi-final on July 10, along with other group-stage games

BVB Stadion Dortmund (62,000)

Located in Düsseldorf, this stadium will host group-stage matches like Austria vs France on June 17, with a quarter-final scheduled for July 6

Düsseldorf Arena (47,000)

This Frankfurt stadium is set to host Belgium vs Slovakia on June 17 and  Round of 16 match on July 1

Frankfurt Arena (47,000)

Gelsenkirchen's stadium will host significant games, including Serbia vs England on June 16, and a Round of 16 match on June 30

Arena AufSchalke (50,000)

In Hamburg, this stadium will see matches like Poland vs Netherlands on June 16 and a quarter-final on July 5

Volksparkstadion (49,000)

The Leipzig stadium will host Portugal vs Czechia on June 18 among other group-stage games and a Round of 16 match on July 2

Leipzig Stadium (40,000)

Home to Bayern Munich, the stadium will host group-stage matches, including Germany vs Scotland on June 14 and a semi-final on July 9, with a Round of 16 match as well

Allianz Arena (66,000)

In Stuttgart, this stadium will host several group-stage matches like Slovakia vs Romania on June 26, along with a Round of 16 game on July 2

Stuttgart Arena (51,000)