a Eurocup, A competition that brings together several teams from Europe, celebrates its 60th anniversary. As part of the celebration, UEFA, the organization hosting the tournament, for the first time decided to hold games across the continent from the group stage to the knockout stage, with 11 countries in total. In this way, see all stadiums in the euro in 2021.
How does Eurocup work?
Through the qualifiers, the top two in each group, with five and six each, ten, qualify directly for the Euro. Meanwhile, the semi-final playoff consists of sixteen teams fighting over the final four remaining spots. In the end, 24 selections make up the tournament participants.
In the first phase of the Euro, the four teams are divided into six groups, playing in the group stage, where each team meets only once. Then, the top two in each group qualify for eighth place, as well as placing third in the top four. Then, there are the quarter-finals, semi-finals and then the long-awaited finals.
What are the stadiums for Euro 2021?
In total, eleven countries will host the Euro Games. The competition, initially held in 2020, had to be postponed until 2021 due to the worldwide Kovid-19 pandemic. Now for the first time in Euro history it will be played in various host countries. Does she:
- Engleterra, London – Wembley Stadium
- Azerbaijan, Baku – Olympic Stadium
- Germany, Munich – Allianz Arenas
- Italy, Rome – Olympic Stadium in Rome
- Russia, St. Petersburg – St. Petersburg Stadium
- Holland, Amsterdam – Johan Cruyff Arena
- Spain, Seville – La Cartuja’s Olympic Stadium
- Romania, Bucharest – National Arena
- Denmark, Copenhagen – Parken Stadium
- Escortia, Gasglow – Hampden Park
- Hungary, Budapest – Puskas Arenas
In Seville, Estadio de la Cartuja received the Euro in 2021
Located in the city of Seville in the region of Andalusia, Spain, the Olympic Stadium in La Cartuja will host three group stage games at Euro 20 in 2021 and one in round 16. With a capacity of 60,000 fans, it is expected that a small number of fans will participate in the competition as a safety measure for the Kovid-19.
Apart from football games, the stadium also hosts cultural events and celebrations throughout the year in the city. However, the Sevilla team does not use the field, taking their game to the Ramon Sánchez Pizzuan Stadium.
Scotland is on the list of host countries in Euro 2021
Scottish football home, Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland Since 1906 has hosted international games for the Scottish national team, Queens Park is home to the F team, as well as hosting Scottish Cup matches. In his plan, The stadium has a capacity of 51,866. In the Euro, it will be home to three games and one of the rounds of 16 in the group stage.
Without this, Holds the European record for matches with a number of 149,145. The stadium was also marked as home to a great clash between 1960 Frankfurt and Real Madrid, in the Champions League final in 1960, which the Spaniards defeated 7 to 3.
Parken Stadium in Copenhagen is part of Euro’s list of stadiums
One of Denmark’s main stadiums, Parken Stadium can host 38,000 fans at the games, with varying numbers in concerts and cultural events. In its schedule, it receives matches from the national team and matches from the Danish Championship. Finally, in the Euro Cup, it will host three group stage games and one of 16 rounds.
In addition to the lawn, Parkon Stadium also brings stores, squares and restaurants next to the stadium, which is a major tourist destination in the city.
Puskas Arena, Hungary, Euro. Will play four games in
Located in Budapest, Hungary, Puskas Arena is known as the home of the Hungarian football team. In 2021, it will host three group matches and one round of 16.
Opened in 2019, it has a total capacity of 67 thousand fans with natural lawns. In 2020, the arena hosted a confrontation between Bayern Munich and Sevilla, the winner of the Champions against the winner of the Europa League. In the end, the Germans won 2–1.
National Arena in Romania, Counts Four Games in Euro
The National Arena in Bucharest, Romania, with a maximum capacity of 54,000 fans, will host four European Championship games in 2021, three from the group stage and one in the round of 16.
With fans, the number should be reduced and all measures should be taken as a precaution for the Kovid-19 to protect the pros, spectators and players. The arena was built in 2011, hosting Romanian championship matches and an official clash with the Romanian national team, making it the official home.
Ajax House, Amsterdam Arena, to host Euro Cup
Known worldwide for being home to Ajax, Amsterdam Arena, or Johann Cruiseff Arena, it is headquartered in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands.
Named after Johan Cruiseff, one of the country’s greatest sportspersons, it was initially designed to host the 1992 Olympic Games. However, the competition was not held there, the rest as we know today from Ajax’s house.
With a maximum capacity of 54,000 fans, the Amsterdam Arena will host three group stage games and one round of 16 in the Euros in 2021.
Russia’s St. Petersburg Stadium to host quarter-finals
Russia’s St. Petersburg Stadium, with a capacity of 68,000 fans, will host six group matches and one quarter-final.
Designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, the stadium was built on the site of the former Kirov Stadium on the island of Krestovsky, Russia. Opened in 2017, it hosted Confederation Cup matches in the country and then the 2018 World Cup. The arena is also home to Zeenat, the largest in Russia.
St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia (UEFA Euro Official / @ Euro 2020)
Baku Olympic Stadium in Italy will host quarter-finals
Baku Olympic Stadium, located in Azerbaijan, will host a quarter-final match in the 2021 Euro Cup. Inauguration in 2015, with a capacity of 70,000 fans, attendance at the event should decrease due to Kovid-19 measures worldwide.
In 2019, they hosted the Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal with a 4–1 Blues victory.
Allianz Arena in Munich will be home to the quarter-finals at Euro 2021
Allianz Arena, home of Bayern Munich, one of Germany’s largest stadiums, will be home to the quarter-final match. Inaugurated in 2005, the region was acquired by the Munich team the following year.
With a capacity of 65,024 seats, the area has a dining facility of 6,000 square meters which is divided into the following sections. Overall, they have hosted matches in the German Championships and the German Cup. Now, he will get a match in the quarter finals of the Euro in 2021.
Olympic Stadium host to host four matches in Rome
The Olympic Stadium in Rome, the largest in Italy, hosts everything from football games to sporting events, concerts and ceremonies.
The house, however, does not belong to any team in the country, but it is still the “home” of Roma and Lazio, the two teams in the Italian capital. With a capacity of 72 thousand people, it is one of the arenas that will receive the most games in the Euro in 2021.
Wembley Stadium will host the semi-finals and finals of Euro 2021
Wembley Stadium in London, the capital of England, has a capacity to watch 90,000 people. However, audience capacity has been reduced to 25%, or 22,500, due to preventive measures against the Kovid-19. In total, Wembley will host seven games, with the most matches at the stadium being played in Euros. But, primarily, it will be a grand final stage with two teams listed to extend the Champion’s Cup.
Wembley Stadium was reopened in May 2007, the largest arena in the United Kingdom. Apart from hosting football games, the venue is also a platform for music, cultural events and festivals. The 133-meter-high arches in the stadium attract the attention of fans, making everything even more grand and attractive for visitors to watch and attend.
When does Euro 2020 start?
The Euro 2020 group stage will begin on June 11, 2021, with the inaugural match between Turkey and Italy at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Then, the first round continues until the 15th. The three rounds of the group stage end on the 23rd of the same month.
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