Germany Euro 2024 stadiums: The venues and host cities for this summer’s Euros

Germany Euro 2024 stadiums: The venues and host cities for this summer’s Euros

Euro 2024 is just around the corner and all eyes will be fixed on the host country Germany.

With the love of football so strong and vast across the country, the Germans have prepared ten host cities and stadiums for this summer’s tournament and it is set to be one to remember.

The latest Euro 2024 odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise, here is all the information you need on all the venues for the footie fiesta.

Berlin

Olympiastadion

Seated Capacity: 74,475

Club: Hertha Berlin

Opened: 1 August 1936

The German National Stadium will host a handful of group-stage games including Spain v Croatia, two knockout stage games, and the final on Sunday, July 14.

Munich

Allianz Arena

Seated Capacity: 75,024

Club: Bayern Munich

Opened: 30 May 2005

The home of the 33-time Bundesliga champions will provide the backdrop for the opening game of the tournament, Germany v Scotland, on Friday, June 14.

Hamburg

Volksparkstadion

Seated Capacity: 51,500

Club: Hamburger SV

Opened: 12 July 1953

The most northern host of the tournament will provide four group-stage games, including Poland v Netherlands, and one quarter-final match.

Düsseldorf

Merkur Spiel-Arena

Seated Capacity: 54,600

Club: Fortuna Düsseldorf

Opened: 10 September 2004

The west German hosts will provide four group-stage games, opening with Austria v France, and will also be used for one quarter-final match.

Dortmund

Westfalenstadion

Seated Capacity: 81,635

Club: Borussia Dortmund

Opened: 2 April 1974

The home of the Champions League finalists will house the reigning European Champions on Saturday, June 15 with Italy v Albania, plus three other group games and a semi-final.

Frankfurt

Deutsche Bank Park

Seated Capacity: 53,800

Club: Eintracht Frankfurt

Opened: 21 May 1925

Four group games and one round-of-16 fixture will play out in Frankfurt including the Three Lions’ second game against Denmark.

Cologne

RheineEnergieStadion

Seated Capacity: 50,000

Club: 1. FC Köln

Opened: 31 January 2004

Gareth Southgate’s men will travel to Cologne for their third and final group-stage game (England v Slovenia). The RheineEnergieStadion will also host three other group matches and a round-of-16 game.

Leipzig

Red Bull Arena

Seated Capacity: 42,600

Club: RB Leipzig

Opened: 17 November 2004

The most eastern venue will host four group games including a mouth-watering tie in Netherlands v France.

Gelsenkirchen

VELTINS-Arena

Seated Capacity: 54,740

Club: Schalke 04

Opened: 13 August 2001

The home of Schalke will provide the backdrop for the Three Lions’ opening game on Sunday, June 16 for Serbia v England followed by a highly-anticipated matchup in Spain v Italy.

Stuttgart

MHPArena

Seated Capacity: 54,812

Club: VfB Stuttgart

Opened: 23 July 1933

The MHPArena will host five games at this summer’s tournament including Germany v Hungary and Scotland v Hungary in Group A, plus a round-of-16 tie.

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