Euro 2024 will kick off soon, providing millions with high-class soccer action. The event takes place in Germany, ensuring that a selection of incredible stadiums is available. Although Germany has hosted the event before, it will be the first time it hosts the event on its own. 

Our journey to discover what stadiums are hosting Euro 2024 gives you a thorough breakdown of the arenas you can expect to see.

Euro 2024 Stadiums

Germany has selected ten stadiums to host games at the tournament. The last significant event for the European powerhouse was the 2006 World Cup, and nine of the ten stadiums were venues for that competition. To be eligible to host games, the stadium must have an available attendance of at least 30,000, and all chosen arenas hold at least 40,000 people. UEFA will use the following venues at Euro 2024. 

  • Olympiastadion, Berlin
  • Allianz Arena, Munich
  • Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund
  • MHPArena, Stuttgart
  • Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen
  • Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt
  • Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
  • Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf
  • RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne
  • Red Bull Arena, Leipzig

All Euro 2024 Stadiums

Whether you’re there in person, following on Sportzino Sportsbook, or watching TV, you can take in the stadiums’ impressive views. We’ve put together a guide to all the stadiums used for Euro 2024 so you know what to expect. 

Olympiastadion, Berlin

  • Built: 1936
  • Capacity: 74,475
  • Club: Hertha BSC

Originally opening in 1936, the Olympiastadion is more than just a soccer stadium. It is regularly available for athletics events and hosts multiple events across the year. During the 1936 Olympics, it held over 100,000 people, but 2004 renovations reduced it to 74,475. Despite its many uses, it has a heritage as a soccer stadium. It’s the largest stadium at the tournament and will hold the final. 

Allianz Arena, Munich

  • Built: 2005
  • Capacity: 70,000
  • Club: Bayern Munich

The Allianz Arena is likely the most famous stadium at Euro 2024. As the home arena of Bayern Munich and host of international NFL games, it holds a lot of prestige. The capacity varies depending on the type of game it’s hosting. In the Bundesliga, Bayern can have up to 75,000 people in the stadium. However, for international games, there’s a maximum of 70,000. The Allianz Arena will host six games at Euro 2024, including a semi-final. 

Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

  • Built: 1974
  • Capacity: 66,099
  • Club: Borussia Dortmund

After opening its doors in 1974, the Signal Iduna Park has been the home of Borussia Dortmund. It underwent renovations in 2006 to make it a more modern venue. Home to the famous Yellow Wall, it’s one of the most imposing sites in soccer. However, it won’t be seen at any stadiums in Euro 2024, as the standing section will become a seating area for international games. It reduces the capacity to 66,099, making it a prime venue to host one of the semi-final games. 

MHPArena, Stuttgart

  • Built: 1933
  • Capacity: 54,812
  • Club: VfB Stuttgart

First opening its doors in 1933, the MHPArena has a rich history in German sports. Stuttgart had work done on the stadium between 2022 and 2024 to expand its capacity. It now holds 54,812 for international games and just over 60,000 for league matches. The work took until March 2024 to complete, so it’s one of the newest arenas at the competition. Four group-stage games and one of the quarter-finals will be at the MHPArena. 

Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen

  • Built: 2001
  • Capacity: 54,740
  • Club: FC Schalke 04

The Veltins-Arena is the home of Schalke 04 and holds 62,271 fans for league matches. The capacity drops to 54,740 when hosting international games, so it’s still a substantial size. It has a retractable roof, so the weather won’t be an issue if there’s any rain. Three group-stage games and a round-of-16 tie will occur at the Veltins-Arena. So, it will have plenty of action despite missing out on the late-stage events. 

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Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt

  • Built: 1925
  • Capacity: 53,800
  • Club: Eintracht Frankfurt

Originally opening in 1925, Deutsche Bank Park has undergone multiple renovations over its almost century-long existence. In 2005, it underwent its fourth major change, bringing it into its current state. It holds 58,000 people, but this falls to 53,800 for internationals. In addition to soccer games, it has ice hockey and music events, with Harry Styles and The Weeknd performing recently. Deutsche Bank Park will host four group-stage games and a round-of-16 match. 

Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

  • Built: 1953
  • Capacity: 51,500
  • Club: Hamburger SV

Volksparkstadion opened in 1953 after HSV chose to knock down the previous stadium and build a new one. Up to 51,500 can attend international games, while league games increase the capacity to 57,000. In a unique situation, Hamburg shares the stadium with Ukrainian team Shakhtar Donetsk, although this isn’t a long-term agreement. Three group games and a quarter-final are on the schedule for Euro 2024, which means there will be a significant gap between the penultimate and final games at the stadium.

Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf

  • Built: 2004
  • Capacity: 51,500
  • Club: Fortuna Düsseldorf

Due to licensing issues, commentators and marketing must refer to the stadium as the Düsseldorf Arena for the duration of Euro 2024. It’s a 51,500-seater stadium, but it can hold 54,600 for standard league matches. Euro 2024 will have five games at the venue: three group games, a round-of-16 match, and a quarter-final. This makes it one of the busiest stadiums in the competition. 

RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne

  • Built: 1923
  • Capacity: 45,965
  • Club: 1. FC Köln

One of the oldest arenas at Euro 2024, the RheinEnergieStadion has held soccer matches for over 100 years. The stadium was renovated in 2004, boosting its overall capacity to 50,000. However, as this uses safe standing, the capacity for UEFA-sanctioned international games is 45,965. Gigs are regularly held at the RheinEnergieStadion, with P!nk and Beyonce recently performing at the statidum. There will be three group matches and a round-of-16 tie here during Euro 2024.

Red Bull Arena, Leipzig

  • Built: 2004
  • Capacity: 42,600
  • Club: Red Bull Leipzig

RB Leipzig is one of the most controversial clubs in Germany. Many fans look down on them as they’re a new club and don’t conform to the traditional way the country works. However, their stadium is undoubtedly one of the most impressive in the country. It was built in 2004 for the previous soccer team in Leipzig and holds 42,600 people for international games. The Red Bull Arena will host three group games and a round-of-16 tie at this summer’s tournament. 

Euro 2024 Stadiums Pricing

The pricing for tickets is standard across all stadiums at Euro 2024. However, instead of changing the cost based on the venue, different stages of the tournament will impact the price. The following table lays out the ticket prices for all Euro 2024 stadiums. 

Groups Opening Game Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final
Fans First $30 $50 $50 $60 $80 $95
Cat 3 $60 $195 $85 $100 $195 $300
Cat 2 $150 $400 $175 $200 $400 $600
Cat 1 $200 $600 $250 $300 $600 $1,000

Secondary Market for Euro 2024 Stadiums

The secondary market for Euro 2024 will see much higher prices than what UEFA lays out as its ticketing plan. For example, when the two teams are set for the final, fans from those countries will look to get a hold of tickets. People who buy in advance can charge a much higher price than the initial $95 ticket cost. 

This secondary market means that if you took a crowd map of Euro 2024 stadiums, it’s unlikely that the fans will be the ones who initially bought the tickets. However, it will make for a superior atmosphere in the stadium, as the people there will be genuine fans who want to support their country. With the World Cup 2026 in North America, Euro 2024 is a big deal for European soccer fans, so expect secondary market prices to cost much more than the primary market.

Euro 2024 Stadiums FAQ 

What stadiums are hosting Euro 2024?

The following German stadiums are hosting games at Euro 2024:

Olympiastadion, Berlin, Allianz Arena, Munich, Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, MHPArena, Stuttgart, Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt, Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf, RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, and Red Bull Arena, Leipzig.

When is Euro 2024 taking place?

The Euro 2024 schedule is taking place between June 14th and July 14th. 

Which team won Euro 2020?

Although named Euro 2020, it occurred in 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Italy won the event, beating England in the final. 

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