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Germany EURO 2024 stadiums map: Full list and detail of host grounds

UEFA EURO 2024 will be hosted by Germany with ten renowned, modern stadiums providing the backdrop.

Reigning holders Italy are out to defend their crown after triumphing over England at Wembley in July 2021.

The hosts, three-time winners, will be keen to make an impression, starting with the curtain-raiser against Scotland on 14 June.

From Hamburg in the north, down to Munich and Bavaria in the south, these are the EURO 2024 host cities: Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich, and Stuttgart.

And here is everything you need to know about the Euro 2024 host stadiums…

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The capital of Germany since reunification in 1990, Berlin is a metropolis and a wonderful place to both live and visit. Packed with history, numerous attractions and things to see and do, from the Brandenburg Gate to the TV tower (Fernsehturm), iconic landmarks in the capital city will make you want to come back to Berlin for more.

The biggest football stadium in Germany will also be the landmark venue for EURO 2024. The Olympic Stadium is steeped in culture and history well beyond football but it is also nown as the home of Hertha Berlin as well as the location for every German Cup final since 1985.

This stadium hosted the 2006 World Cup final between Italy and France, as well as the 2015 UEFA Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus.

Olympiastadion capacity – 71,000
Olympiastadion home team  – Hertha Berlin

Euro 2024 fixtures in Olympiastadion, Berlin

15 June – Spain vs Croatia
21 June – Play-off winner A vs Austria
25 June – Netherlands vs Austria
29 June – Round of 16 – 2A vs 2B
06 July – Quarter-final
14 July – Final

12.12.2023 during the UEFA Champions League group C match between 1. FC Union Berlin and Real Madrid at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany on 2023/12/12. EXPA Pictures
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One of four stadiums and host cities in the state of North Rhine Westphalia, the Cologne Stadium is reminiscent of the British style of football ground with its separate four stands and imposing floodlights. It stepped in to host the 2020 Europa League Final, played without fans due to the Covid pandemic.

Cologne stadium capacity – 43,000
Cologne stadium home team – 1. FC Köln

Euro 2024 fixtures in Cologne

15 June – Hungary vs Switzerland
19 June –
 Scotland vs Switzerland 
22 June –
 Belgium vs Romania 
25 June –
 England vs Slovenia 
30 June –
Round of 16 – 1B vs 3A/D/E/F


Another traditional football venue and one of the very best in Germany, the BVB Stadion Dortmund as it will be known for EURO 2024 will be a great venue. Well renowned for the Yellow Wall for club games, there will be a different dynamic in place next summer but still an excellent spectacle to follow.

Dortmund was a city of heavy industry in the past, with coal and steel dominating but its strong football heritage is reflected in the national football museum located here. It is a hotbed for the game with the number of supporters, members, and capacities to prove it, at clubs all over the region.

Westfalenstadion capacity – 62,000
BVB Stadion Dortmund home team – Borussia Dortmund

Euro 2024 fixtures in Dortmund

15 June –  Italy vs Albania
18 June  – Türkiye vs Play-off winner C
22 June – Türkiye vs Portugal
25 June – France vs Play-off winner A
29 June – Round of 16 – 1A vs 2C
10 July – Semi-final

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19.12.2023, Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, GER, 1. FBL, Borussia Dortmund vs 1. FSV Mainz 05 – Photo by Icon sport


Dusseldorf is a city that many would overlook but the capital of North Rhine Westphalia is well worth a visit. For EURO 2024, it is within close proximity to nearby Cologne, Dortmund, and Gelsenkirchen but it has plenty going for it on its own merits. With more than 200 bars and restaurants packed together, the Altstadt is home to the ‘longest bar in the world'. You're guaranteed to enjoy a night out in Dusseldorf!

Dusseldorf capacity – 47,000
Dusseldorf Stadium home team – Fortuna Düsseldorf

Euro 2024 fixtures in Dusseldorf

17 June –  Austria vs France
21 June – Slovakia vs Play-off winner B
24 June – Albania vs Spain
01 July – Round of 16 – 2D vs 2E
06 July – Quarter-final


Known as a financial powerhouse, Frankfurt is home to many global banks and institutions but it is also a place with a fine football heritage. Eintracht Frankfurt are a storied name in European football and they also make their presence felt in the Bundesliga. Germany's fifth-largest city and the Frankfurt Arena will provide another very decent background for EURO 2024.

Frankfurt Arena capacity – 47,000
Frankfurt Arena home team – Eintracht Frankfurt

Euro 2024 fixtures in Dortmund

17 June – Belgium vs Slovakia
20 June – Denmark vs England
23 June – Switzerland vs Germany
26 June – Slovakia vs Romania
01 July –  Round of 16 – 1F vs 3A/B/C


The small city of Gelsenkirchen in the Ruhr is known for its heavy industries of the past as well as its football club, Schalke. The fiercely contested Revierderby is played against Borussia Dortmund, with just 23 miles (38km) splitting the two cities.

Arena AufSchalke will provide a fine setting for EURO 2024 football with some of the continent's very best about to go head-to-head next summer. The stadium is one of the best of Germany's new grounds, although Schalke have floundered in recent seasons, between the top league and 2. Bundesliga.

Arena AufSchalke capacity – 50,000
Home team – Schalke

EURO 2024 fixtures in Gelsenkirchen

16 June – Serbia vs England
20 June – Spain vs Italy
26 June – Play-off winner C vs Portugal
30 June – Round of 16 – 1C vs 3D/E/F


The pride of the north. Hanseatic Hamburg boasts many attractions including a vast harbour area, an impressive city hall (Rathaus), a vibrant cultural history and a thriving nightlife scene. Germany's second-biggest city is also home to the Volksparkstadion, another great football venue.

The stadtderby between HSV and St Pauli is a very passionate affair for bragging rights in the city, even if Hamburg v Werder Bremen is of more significance to many fans. HSV are sorely craving a return to the Bundesliga after six consecutive seasons in the second tier, having previously never played at that level.

This is a true football city and a fitting host for EURO 2024.

Volksparkstadion capacity – 51, 500
Volksparkstadion home team – Hamburger SV

Euro 2024 fixtures in Hamburg

16 June – Play-off winner A vs Netherlands
19 June – Croatia vs Albania
22 June – Play-off winner C vs Czechia
26 June – Czechia vs Türkiye
05 July – Quarter-final

18 September 2023, Hamburg: Soccer: Champions League, before the match Shakhtar Donetsk - FC Porto. The players warm up during final training at Volksparkstadion. Photo: Christian Charisius/dpa - Photo by Icon sport
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The east German city is packed with history, culture and a sense of old and new. It was part of the former German Democratic Republic (DDR), when the nation was divided into two entities after the Second World War. Protests in Leipzig, 1989, were a key incident in the build-up to reunification.

Leipzig is home to the much-maligned Red Bull football franchise, which managed to make its way up through the German football system after its takeover of lowly SV Markranstadt. On the pitch, RB Leipzig has impacted the Bundesliga but the city is also home to Chemie Leipzig and Lokomotive (LOK) Leipzig who contest the city derby.

The Leipzig Stadium is a modern development, literally built on top of the old Zentralstadion.

Leipzig Stadium capacity – 40,000
Leipzig Stadium home team  RB Leipzig

EURO 2024 fixtures in Leipzig

18 June – Portugal vs Czechia
21 June – Netherlands vs France
24 June – Croatia vs Italy
02 July – Round of 16 – 1D vs 2F


Welcome to Bavaria! EURO 2024 will also take in the prosperous south-eastern region of Germany where England's Harry Kane now plies his trade for Bayern Munich. It is at the home of the perennial Bundesliga champions where the action is set to take place but there is much more to see and enjoy in the nation's third-largest city. History, culture and a first-class beer scene await you in Munich.

The Munich Football Arena is Bayern Munich's home stadium, but it used to be shared with city rivals 1860 Munich but they have since returned to their traditional Grunwalder venue.

The Tartan Army will descend on Munich for the long-awaited tournament opener against the hosts.

Munich Football Arena capacity – 66,000
Munich Football Arena home team – Bayern Munich

EURO 2024 fixtures in Munich

14 June – Germany vs Scotland
17 June – Romania vs Play-off winner B
20 June – Slovenia vs Serbia
25 June – Denmark vs Serbia
02 July – Round of 16 – 1E vs 3A/B/C/D
09 July – Semi-final

17 December 2023, Bavaria, Munich: Soccer: Bundesliga, Bayern Munich - VfB Stuttgart, Matchday 15, Allianz Arena. After the match, a traditional band enters the pitch.
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If you have an eye for a car and enjoy all things automotive, Stuttgart will be the place for you given the presence of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche in this part of Germany.

Stuttgart enjoys a healthy passion for football although its flagship club has had mixed fortunes between the top two leagues in recent times. The Stuttgart Arena is a first-class venue which has been further enhanced quite recently. It will provide another excellent stadium to play and watch football.

Capacity – 51,000
Home team – Vfb Stuttgart

EURO 2024 fixtures in Stuttgart

16 June – Slovenia vs Denmark 
19 June
– Germany vs Hungary 
23 June
– Scotland vs Hungary
26 June
– Play-off winner B vs Belgium
05 July
– Quarter-final (18:00)

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Graeme Hanna

A long-term Rangers season-ticket holder and switched-on football writer with a passion for fan culture, Graeme Hanna is a freelance writer who has featured in titles such as The Rangers Review, Glasgow Evening News and Give Me Sport, as well as having a long association with Follow Follow fanzine. He joined Football Ground Guide in September 2023 and stated that Juan Roman Riquelme is the best opposition player that he has seen at Ibrox. Graeme experienced a 36 hour supporters bus journey from Glasgow to Florence for the 2008 UEFA Cup semi-final and has attended games in several European counties with a particular interest in German fan culture.

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