Play-off semi-finals for the grand football tournament UEFA EURO 2020 are scheduled to start from 26 March 2020 and the opening game will kick-off in the beautiful city- Rome. Stadiums are set, and grounds are being groomed to welcome the top football teams all across the globe. But are you ready to watch your favourite football players live in action?
Well, the super-exciting tournament will be held at 12 venues in the EU continent-wide, and it’s no-time to wait. Sports hospitality providers are now offering great football VIP packages you can choose from. If you meet the criteria set by the National Football Association of your country, then you can book the tickets online. But, before that check out the key dates, important events, final UEFA EURO 2020 venue, and much more here.
UEFA EURO 2020 Match Dates
- Play off Semi-Finals: 26 March 2020
- Play Off- Finals: 31 March 2020
- EURO 2020 Opening Game: 12 June 2020
- EURO 2020 Final Match Date: 12 July 2020
The Journey To Become Champion
The EURO 2020 Football Tournament is divided into 5 phases.
- Group Stage
- Knock-out Phase
The Iconic Venues for UEFA EURO 2020
For the first time in its 60 year journey, the UEFA EURO 2020 is being held across 12 venues continent-wide and nothing could be more exciting than that. This makes the coming tournament more exhilarating than ever. The drama, thrill, and team rivalry all across the football fans would make the matches a complete joy. If you are one of those football fanatics, then don’t miss the chance to witness your superstars in these iconic venues.
London Wembley Stadium: One of the UK’s largest and most loved venues, the Wembley Stadium is the place where champions will be crowned. The stadium will host both UEFA 2020 semi-finals and finals that make it the best pick among the top stadium list in the entire tournament. Moreover, It is the largest stadium for EURO 2020 with a seating capacity of 90,000 people.
Saint Petersburg Stadium Russia: The stadium will host 4 matches, including the first quarter-finals in the entire tournament. You can watch your beloved footballers from Russia, Finland, and Belgium. The uniqueness of Saint Petersburg Stadium is that it is designed like a spaceship. The stadium can accommodate up to 61,000 people in total.
Olimpico in Rome: Opened in 1953, the grand stadium has witnessed several teams being crowned on its field. Olimpico will be the venue for Turkey, Italy, and Switzerland football teams and will also host the 4th quarter-finals between knock-out winners. The stadium is renovated several times to meet the demands of football fans and never fail to impress with its wonderful hospitality. The stadium offers a seating capacity of 68,000 people.
Among other venues, the UEFA EURO 2020 will be held in Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, and Munich. So, reserve your seat and cheer for your team at some of the largest football venues in the world.