European Championship 2020: dates, groups and fixtures of the European Championship

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The EM 2020 will take place in twelve countries in Europe, including Germany. All information about tickets, dates, playoffs, stadiums and fixtures.

  • The EM 2020 is held in Germany and eleven other countries.
  • in the pre sales There are also tickets for the German venue Munich,
  • The tournament will run from June 12 to July 12, 2020.

Munich – The European Championship 2020 will be a European Championship in the truest sense of the word. The tournament will take place in twelve European countries – also in Germany.

Fans will be compared to the EM 2016 to get used to some changes. Here are the key facts about the EM 2020.

Why is the EM 2020 taking place in 12 countries?

The idea of ​​a pan-European European Championship tournament goes back to former UEFA President Michel Platini. In June 2012, the Frenchman first suggested to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the tournament in 2020 as part of a "Euro for Europe", In addition, Platini argued that it would be fairer to distribute the costs and organization of an EM across several countries,

"We play in twelve cities in twelve different countries, so every country has to build just one stadium and one airport, which I think is a great idea during the economic crisis." The fans could expect the commuting between several countries, said Platini: "There are low-cost airlines, that's no longer a problem today."

What Platini did not say at the time: The multi-host EM 2020 sold as a political agreement initiative was a sport-political emergency solution. The only serious candidates were Ireland / Scotland / Wales and Azerbaijan / Georgia – no serious alternatives for a premium product that has just ballooned to 24 participants. With Turkey as the potential host, tensions at the official level are said to have arisen after the contract defeats in 2012 and 2016.

EM 2020: First ticket sale completed – next tickets from December

  • The first sales phase for the EM 2020 has already been completed. The European Football Union (UEFA) began selling tickets on Wednesday, 12 June 2019. In the first phase, 1.5 million of the total of around 3 million tickets went on sale until 12 July.
  • According to UEFA 19.3 million applications were received during the first sales phase. "By mid-August at the latest" fans who were selected by lot for one of the 51 finals games should be informed. If you have not heard anything yet, you will not get a ticket from the first sales phase.
  • Most of the interested parties (1.9 million) applied in the first phase for the final of the European Championship in London's Wembley Stadium. Most requests for group matches went to the games in Munich and Amsterdam.
  • The next sale phase for the tickets for the games of the European Championship 2020 starts in December. According to UEFA, a further 960,000 tickets will be offered in the second sale phase. This sale phase starts after the final draw on November 30, 2019. There is not yet a specific date.
  • A third and final sales phase for the EM tickets will take place in April 2020. Because: The last four teams that qualify for the European Championship finals in 2020, will be determined only after the playoffs of the European Qualifiers from 26 to 31 March.
  • All tickets will be online (euro2020.com/ticketssold). There are three prize categories for the finals. In addition, the twelve host cities will be divided into two groups to take account of the purchasing power and average income of the inhabitants. Also, the sale of hospitality packages for all stadiums begins on Wednesday.
  • In addition, the portals for the helper program open in all twelve cities. We are looking for 12,000 volunteers to help with processes such as accreditation, guest services, transport, media, ticketing, gaming operations and fan services.

The finals will take place on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the European Championship tournament across Europe. The twelve host cities are Amsterdam. Baku. Bilbao. Bucharest. Budapest. Copenhagen. Dublin. Glasgow. London. Munich. Rome and St. Petersburg, Eleven stadiums have a capacity of at least 50,000 seats.

EM 2020: This is the draw for Germany

EM 2020: That's how much the tickets for the European Championship cost

  • The Ticket prices for the games of the EM 2020 vary depending on the venue.
  • The prices for the three group games in Munich cost depending on the category 50, 125 or 185 euros.
  • If the German national team qualified for the finals, they would complete two or three group matches in the Allianz Arena.
  • The prices for the quarter-finals in Munich are 75, 145 or 225 euros – this will deny the DFB-Elf, however, only in exceptional cases.
  • In the knockout round, the selection of coach Joachim Loew would rather play in other countries. In Bucharest the prices would be as in Budapest and Baku for the round of the last sixteen at only 30, 75 or 125 euros.
  • UEFA is thus taking account of the general price level in these countries.
  • For the two semi-finals in London, the prices are 85, 195, 345 and 595 euros.
  • For the Final of the European Championship 2020 in Wembley Stadium the ticket prices rise to 95, 295, 595 and 945 euros.

The European Championship 2020 will be a pan-European tournament

Apparently, Platini effortlessly got rid of the continental football association a pan-European EM 2020 to convince. A UEFA website that is now offline has announced in December 2012: "After the reactions of the UEFA member associations that have since been consulted turned out to be extremely positive, the Lausanne executive decided on this innovative concept."

Among others, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Chairman of the Board of FC Bayern Munchen, was in favor of the concept of a pan-European EM 2020. As he explained to tz in December 2012, he was particularly impressed by the distribution of costs: "If you do it then you might have a few games in Munich and a few in Berlin, a few in Madrid and maybe in Milan, so the You do not need to create an infrastructure, you reduce the cost of a European Championship to a bearable level, and the whole thing has a political dimension. "It would be a sign that we are now a united Europe. "

In conversation with the tz Rummenigge also announced that he supports an application from the Munich Allianz Arena as the venue for the European Championships 2020: "Munich has such a relaxed atmosphere, we have this wonderful stadium and I hear from many colleagues that that would be the best and the infrastructure And I think Munich can be proud of that too – at least we at Bayern are. "

It is quite possible that in connection with the Allianz Arena as the venue for the European Championship in 2020, discussions with FC Bayern are inevitable. But we'll come to that …

When will the European Football Championship 2020 begin?

  • The European Championship will take place from 12 June to 12 July 2020.
  • The opening match for the European Championship 2020 will take place on June 12 at the Olympic Stadium in Rome.
  • The final of the European Championship 2020 is scheduled for July 12 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Video: The venues of the EM 2020

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EM 2020: The venues and stadiums of the European Championship

The staging of the venues and stadia for the European Championship in 2020 involved twelve standard packages: UEFA each awarded a package of three group games and a playoff game. And there was a final package with the semi-finals and the final.

On 19 September 2014, UEFA awarded the host cities of the EM 2020:

The Final and the semifinals of the European Championship 2020 climb at Wembley Stadium in London,

The Allianz Arena in Munich becomes three group games and a quarter-final deliver. If Germany qualify for the European Championship in 2020, two group matches of the DFB-Elf are guaranteed in the Allianz Arena.

Here is an overview of all the venues and stadiums of the EM 2020:

Final and semi-finals of the European Championship 2020, a knockout round and three group matches

England

London

Wembley Stadium

90,000

Quarter-finals and three group matches of the European Championship 2020

Azerbaijan

Baku

Baku Olympic Stadium (new building)

68,000

Germany

Munich

Allianz Arena

67812

Italy

Rome

Olympic Stadium

72698

Russia

St. Petersburg

Gazprom Arena

69501

Round of 16 and three group matches of the European Championship 2020

Belgium (deleted)

Brussels

New National Stadium (new building)

60,000

Denmark

Copenhagen

Telia parking

38076

Ireland

Dublin

Aviva Stadium

51,700

Netherlands

Amsterdam

Amsterdam Arena

52960

Romania

Bucharest

New National Stadium (new building)

65,000

Scotland

Glasgow

Hampden Park

52,500

Spain

Bilbao

Estadio de San Mames

50,000

Hungary

Budapest

New National Stadium (new building)

65,000

Brussels has meanwhile lost the contract to host the European Championship in 2020. The Belgian capital Brussels will not be a venue for the European Championship in 2020. That was decided by the UEFA Executive Committee at the end of 2017. The reason: constant delays in the construction of the new € 300 million stadium in Brussels. Belgium should also be the venue for the European Championship in 2020.

Due to the constant delays, UEFA had set a deadline until 20 November 2017 – by then all necessary building permits had to be sent to Nyon. Although it is reported that documents have been submitted, the recording as a venue for the first pan-European EURO was still nothing.

Actually, Germany was in the running with the Allianz Arena as the stadium for the final of the European Championship. Ultimately, however, the DFB withdrew the application for the final. Because: The DFB wanted necessarily bring the EM 2024 to Germany, Since it is unlikely that a country gets both the EM final package and the European Championships 2024 awarded, signaled the then DFB President Wolfgang Niersbach in the run-up to the award of the venues that the German Association could meet the English in terms Final Package. For the FA could again in the context of a deal to strengthen the DFB in terms of European Championship 2024 in Germany.

Germany has been awarded the contract for the European Championship 2024. One reason for this was probably the stadiums and infrastructure in Germany, which have already proven themselves at the 2006 World Cup. Unlike in the case of the competitor Turkey, no new stadiums have to be built in Germany. A large part of the German venues is relatively new or was renovated in the run-up to the World Cup. We offer an overview of all venues at the European Championships in Germany.

EM 2020: Who is qualified?

The qualification for the EM 2020 was quite confusing. In ten groups, the two best teams should qualify directly. Thus, a total of 20 participants were determined for the European Championship as part of the "normal" European Championship qualifiers.

Four more places for the European Championship 2020 will be awarded three months before the tournament – via playoffs in the various divisions the new "Nations League" – another competition that ex-President Michel Platini wanted so much.

Teams can get in and out of the Nations League. In odd years, a winner will be chosen and the competition will replace most of the friendly matches. The first round of the UEFA Nations League took place from September to November 2018. The qualifiers for the European Championship 2020 were played between March and November 2019. The subsequent playoffs in the Nations League will take place in March 2020.

The Nations League only takes on the occupation of the tournament after completion of the European Championship qualification. If the group winners do not qualify directly for the European Championship, they still have the opportunity to participate in the European Championship in March 2020 in a playoff tournament.

Germany has relegated in 2018 from the A League of Nations League. With the final round of the Nations League in June 2019, for which, in addition to the Netherlands and the later winners Portugal, Switzerland and England had qualified, Germany has nothing to do after the descent – actually. Thanks to a UEFA reform, the DFB team is now spared the shame of the second-class.

The next Nations League group stage will take place after the European Championship 2020. Germany will start again in the A-League.

That's the qualification for the European Championship 2020

According to the UEFA homepage The qualification for the European Championship 2020 is as follows:

  • The winner and runner-up of all ten Euro qualification groups will automatically receive a ticket for the final round of the European Championship in 2020.
  • The "normal" qualifiers for the European Championship 2020 will run until 19 November.
  • The four remaining grid positions for the European Championship 2020 will be determined via the play-off round, which will be held in March 2020. 16 teams will participate in the playoffs based on the results of the UEFA Nations League.
  • The draw for the European Championship 2020 will take place after the end of the UEFA Nations League. The participants in the Final Four tournament of the UEFA Nations League will be drawn in groups of five teams each.
  • There are ten groups in qualifying for the European Championship, five with five teams, five with six.
  • Germany meets Group C in the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Estonia and Belarus.
  • Germany should do everything in its power to finish qualifying for the European Championship as a group first off Holland. Because: In the draw in pot 1, only the six best group firsts of qualifying. As the second behind the Netherlands (or only seventh best group winner) threatens Germany at the European Championship in 2020 a hammer group.

Regarding the playoffs for the European Championship in March 2020, the Executive Committee decided:

  • The four group winners of each league (16 teams) qualify for the playoffs.
  • If a group winner is already qualified for the final round via the European Qualifiers, the team (s) next in the league will move up or move up.
  • Playoffs can go to lower leagues if less than four teams qualify for the playoff qualifier.
  • During the playoffs it continues in the knockout system (two semi-finals and one final).

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group A

place

Points

1.

England

8th

7

0

1

37

6

+31

21

Second

Czech Republic

8th

5

0

3

13

11

+2

15

Third

Kosovo

8th

3

2

3

13

16

-3

11

4th

Bulgaria

8th

1

3

4

6

17

-11

6

5th

Montenegro

8th

0

3

5

3

22

-19

3

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group B

place

Points

1.

Ukraine

8th

6

2

0

17

4

+13

20

Second

Portugal

8th

5

2

1

22

6

+16

17

Third

Serbia

8th

4

2

2

17

17

0

14

4th

Luxembourg

8th

1

1

6

7

16

-9

4

5th

Lithuania

8th

0

1

7

5

25

-20

1

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group C

place

Points

1.

Germany

8th

7

0

1

30

7

+23

21

Second

Netherlands

8th

6

1

1

24

7

+17

19

Third

Northern Ireland

8th

4

1

3

9

13

-4

13

4th

Belarus

8th

1

1

6

4

16

-12

4

5th

Estonia

8th

0

1

7

2

26

-24

1

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group D

place

Points

1.

Switzerland

8th

5

2

1

19

6

+13

17

Second

Denmark

8th

4

4

0

23

6

+17

16

Third

Ireland

8th

3

4

1

7

5

+2

13

4th

Georgia

8th

2

2

4

7

11

-4

8th

5th

Gibraltar

8th

0

0

8th

3

31

-28

0

Qualification for the EM 2020: Group E

place

Points

1.

Croatia

8th

5

2

1

17

7

+10

17

Second

Wales

8th

4

2

2

10

6

+4

14

Third

Slovakia

8th

4

1

3

13

11

+2

13

4th

Hungary

8th

4

0

4

8th

11

-3

12

5th

Azerbaijan

8th

0

1

7

5

18

-13

1

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group F

place

Points

1.

Spain

10

8th

2

0

31

5

+26

26

Second

Sweden

10

6

3

1

23

9

+14

21

Third

Norway

10

4

5

1

19

11

+8

17

4th

Romania

10

4

2

4

17

15

+2

14

5th

Faroe Islands

10

1

0

9

4

30

-26

3

6th

Malta

10

1

0

9

3

27

-24

3

Qualification for the EM 2020: Group G

place

Points

1.

Poland

10

8th

1

1

18

5

+13

25

Second

Austria

10

6

1

3

19

9

+10

19

Third

Northern Macedonia

10

4

2

4

12

13

-1

14

4th

Slovenia

10

4

2

4

26

11

+5

14

5th

Israel

10

3

2

5

16

18

-2

11

6th

Latvia

10

1

0

9

3

28

-25

3

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group H

place

Points

1.

France

10

8th

1

1

25

6

+19

25

Second

Turkey

10

7

2

1

18

3

+15

23

Third

Iceland

10

6

1

3

14

11

+3

19

4th

Albania

10

4

1

5

16

14

+2

13

5th

Andorra

10

1

1

8th

3

20

-17

4

6th

Moldova

10

1

0

9

4

26

-22

3

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group I

place

Points

1.

Belgium

10

10

0

0

40

3

+37

30

Second

Russia

10

8th

0

2

33

8th

+25

24

Third

Scotland

10

5

0

5

16

19

-3

15

4th

Cyprus

10

3

1

6

15

20

-5

10

5th

Kazakhstan

10

3

1

6

13

17

-4

10

6th

San Marino

10

0

0

10

1

51

-50

0

Qualification for the European Championship 2020: Group J

place

Points

1.

Italy

10

10

0

0

37

4

+33

30

Second

Finland

10

6

0

4

16

10

+6

18

Third

Greece

10

4

2

4

12

14

-2

14

4th

Bosnia Herzegovina

10

4

1

5

20

17

+3

13

5th

Armenia

10

3

1

6

14

25

-11

10

6th

Liechtenstein

10

0

2

8th

2

31

-29

2

EM 2020: These participants have already been decided

20 out of 24 participants of the European Football Championship 2020 have been announced. The previously established nations at a glance (sorted alphabetically, as of: November 22, 2019):

  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • England
  • Finland
  • France
  • Italy
  • Croatia
  • Netherlands
  • Austria
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Russia
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Spain
  • Czech Republic
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • Wales

EM 2020: The playoff games at a glance

  • Pool A: Iceland – Romania / Bulgaria – Hungary
  • Pool B: Bosnia and Herzegovina – Northern Ireland / Slovakia – Ireland
  • Pool C: Scotland – Israel / Norway – Serbia
  • Pool D: Georgia – Belarus / North Macedonia – Kosovo

EM 2020: The pots at a glance

The current 20 participants were distributed to four lottery pots (sorted alphabetically). The winners of the playoffs A, B, C and D land in pot four.

Belgium

France

Denmark

Finland

Germany

Croatia

Austria

Wales

England

Netherlands

Portugal

Italy

Poland

Sweden

Spain

Russia

Czech Republic

Ukraine

Switzerland

Turkey

EM 2020: Germany's possible group opponents

For the German national football team, there are also after the draw of the European Championship playoffs numerous options for the opponent from the fourth pot. Co-hosts Hungary, who would certainly be German group opponents in the event of a successful qualifier, will face Bulgaria in the playoffs in Pool A next March. The winner of the duel plays in the final against Iceland or Romania, who contest the second semi-final.

If Iceland, Bulgaria or Hungary prevail, they automatically become the German preliminary round opponent in Group F, as revealed by another draw in Nyon.

As next to Hungary (with Budapest) also Romania (with Bucharest) will host the tournament this coming summer, also in the European Championship draw on November 30th can not decide final, in which group the winner of the A-pool lands. If Romania prevails, the winner of the A-pool would be guaranteed in Group C with Ukraine and the Netherlands. In this case, the winner of the D pool consisting of Georgia, Northern Macedonia, Kosovo and Belarus would move into the German group.

The possible German opponents from pot 4: Iceland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Georgia, Belarus, Kosovo, North Macedonia

European Championship 2020: The European Championship Schedule – Table with all matches

The game plan for the European Championship 2020 will not be known until all qualifying matches have been completed and the 24 participants have been determined. The match schedule with all matches and venues will probably be finalized in November or December 2019.

The draw for the finals for the next European Championship will take place on 30 November 2019.

The games of the EM 2020 will be broadcasted in Germany on ARD and ZDF on TV. All times in CEST.

Group A: Rome (Stadio Olimpico) and Baku (National Stadium Baku)

Friday, June 12, 2020

Rome

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Baku

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Baku

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Rome

Sunday, June 21, 2020

Baku

Sunday, June 21, 2020

Rome

Group B: Saint Petersburg (Krestowski Stadium) and Copenhagen (Telia Parking)

Group B is almost complete before the draw on 30 November: Russia and Denmark are set for the host cities of St. Petersburg and Copenhagen. The group head is Belgium, after Spain, England, Italy and Germany are all organizers and the Ukraine can not be solved for political reasons with Russia in a group.

Missing only the fourth team of the EM Group B. However, the selection is not particularly large: Due to further requirements for hosts and politically not possible duels only Finland and Wales in question.

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Copenhagen

Saturday, June 13, 2020

St. Petersburg

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

St. Petersburg

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Copenhagen

Monday, June 22, 2020

Copenhagen

Monday, June 22, 2020

St. Petersburg

Group C: Amsterdam (Johan-Cruyff-Arena) and Bucharest (Arena Nationala)

Sunday, June 14, 2020

Amsterdam

Sunday, June 14, 2020

Bucharest

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Amsterdam

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Bucharest

Monday, June 22, 2020

Amsterdam

Monday, June 22, 2020

Bucharest

Group D: London (Wembley Stadium) and Glasgow (Hampden Park)

Sunday, June 14, 2020

London

Monday, June 15, 2020

Glasgow

Friday, June 19, 2020

Glasgow

Friday, June 19, 2020

London

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Glasgow

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

London

Group E: Bilbao (Estadio de San Mames) and Dublin (Aviva Stadium)

Monday, June 15, 2020

Bilbao

Monday, June 15, 2020

Dublin

Friday, June 19, 2020

Dublin

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Bilbao

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Bilbao

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Dublin

Group F: Munich (Allianz Arena) and Budapest (Ferenc Puskas Stadium)

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Budapest

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Munich

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Budapest

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Munich

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Budapest

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Munich

Note: The group first and second qualify for the round of 16 at the European Championships. The four best group thirds also reach the last sixteen.

The round of 16 of the European Football Championship 2020

Saturday, June 27, 2020

London

Winner Group A – Second Group C

Saturday, June 27, 2020

Amsterdam

Second Group A – Second Group B

Sunday, June 28, 2020

Bilbao

Winner Group B – Third Group A / D / E / F

Sunday, June 28, 2020

Budapest

Winner Group C – Third Group D / E / F

Monday, June 29, 2020

Bucharest

Winner Group F – Third Group A / B / C

Monday, June 29, 2020

Copenhagen

Second Group D – Second Group E

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Glasgow

Winner Group E – Third Group A / B / C / D

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

London

Winner Group D – Second Group F

The quarterfinals of the European Football Championship 2020

Friday, July 3, 2020

6:00 pm

St. Petersburg

Victor Bucharest – winner Copenhagen

Friday, July 3, 2020

9:00 pm

Munich

Victor Bilbao – winner London

Saturday, July 4, 2020

6:00 pm

Baku

Winner Budapest – winner Amsterdam

Saturday, July 4, 2020

9:00 pm

Rome

Victor Glasgow – winner Dublin

The semi-finals of the European Football Championship 2020

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

9:00 pm

London

Victor Saint Petersburg – winner Munich

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

9:00 pm

London

Winner Baku – Winner Rome

The final of the European Football Championship 2020

Sunday, July 12, 2020

9:00 pm

London

Winner Semifinals 1 – Winner Semifinals 2

EM 2020 in Germany: Does the Allianz Arena in Munich mean "Munich EM Stadium"?

Will the Allianz Arena be renamed as one of the stadiums of the EURO 2020 in "UEFA European Championship Stadium Munich"? Even if Bayern boss Rummenigge vehemently supported the Allianz Arena's bid for the European Championship in 2020, FC Bayern should be anxious that the logo of their advertising partner for the European Championship be maintained.

In the run-up to the 2006 World Cup, in which the Allianz Arena also served as a venue, there was apparently noise between the then Bayern boss Uli Hoeneb and the ARD because of the naming. This is reported by the journalist Thilo Komma-POllath (wrote among others for "SZ magazine", "Star", "Playboy" and "FAS"). In his biographical Hoeness biography, "The Hoeness Act, Portrait of a Potentate," he writes:

"The ARD, again and again stalked by surreptitious scandals, sensitized their reporters in the run-up to the World Cup in Germany on the term 'Munich World Cup Stadium' Hoeness was outraged, rumbled on the phone against the sports coordinator of the station and threatened that his Bayern players would no longer be available for interviews after the league games, if that does not change, since then the 'Munich World Cup Stadium' is also called 'Allianz Arena' on ARD. "

The fact is: Because the alliance was not a promotional partner of FIFA, the stadium was renamed before the 2006 World Cup in "FIFA World Cup Stadium Munich" and dismantled the Allianz Arena logo from the stadium. During the tournament, the logo was attached to the Haus der Kunst in Munich. It is quite possible that the Allianz Arena logo will be removed during the European Championship in 2020 and the stadium renamed "UEFA European Championship Stadium Munich". Unless Allianz is one of the advertising partners of the continental football association UEFA in 2020.

The Allianz Arena was rebuilt in the summer break 2017 for ten million euros. Within ten weeks, a new floodlight was created, a new Welcome Zone and a new Esplanade; Arena CEO Jurgen Muth is particularly proud of the video walls that adorn the arena since the renovation. "We had the Champions League final in 2012, we're playing the EURO in 2020, I'm not a prophet when I say we could be back at the EURO in 2024. And we would be very happy about another Champions League final "Muth says. "If you want to operate in Europe one of the best stadiums in the world, you have to invest accordingly." To conclude Muth's words, one really does not have to be a prophet to realize that the all-round renewal will also benefit the arena's appeal during the European Championship in 2020. We are curious!

EM 2020 in Germany: Munich site reveals logo

Contrary to the unanswered question regarding the naming of the Allianz Arena, a decision regarding the Munich location has already been made: the logo. One of the highlights is the European Championship Cup and the Wittelsbach Bridge built between 1903 and 1905.

Why this? Well, the choice of design has, above all, a great symbolic background. Each city will include its most famous bridge in the logo. The Message: A Europe-wide connection of the tournament. "It may not be the most succinct logo in Munich, but with the explanation and the topic 'building bridges', I think it's a very successful idea," said Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter.

The logo of the Munich location for Euro 2020.

© picture alliance / dpa

These are the stadiums of EURO 2020

Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Netherlands: The Amsterdam Arena hosts three preliminaries and a knockout round. The capacity is 53,052 spectators. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The capacity of the Amsterdam Arena is 53,052 spectators. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Ireland will be represented with the Dublin Arena as the venue for the European Championship in 2020. 51,711 spectators fit into the stadium. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Three preliminaries and a knockout round are held here in Dublin. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Denmark: In the Parken Stadium of Copenhagen fit 38 190 spectators, it is thus the smallest stadium of the European Championship. Thus, only three preliminary round games and a round of sixteen will be held here. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Hampden Park in Glasgow (Scotland) holds 61,251 spectators. Three preliminaries and a round of sixteen should be played here. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Three round matches and a knockout round are scheduled to take place in the Scottish metropolis. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Spain: The San Mames Stadium in Bilbao also hosts three preliminaries and a knockout round. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The stadium holds 53,289 spectators. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The old Puskas-Fernec Stadium will be completely renovated and rebuilt until the 2020. The new stadium will then hold 68,156 spectators and become a pure football stadium without tartan track and with roofing. In Budapest, there will be three preliminaries and one round of the last sixteen. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
In Bucharest (Romania) three round matches and a quarter-final will be played. 54,851 spectators can follow the encounters here. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Azerbaijan is certainly the big surprise of the venue allocation. In the Olympic Stadium of Baku there will be three preliminaries and a quarter-final. 69,870 spectators should be able to attend the meetings here. © AFP
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Italy participates with the Roman Olympic Stadium as a venue for the EURO 2020. Here are also three preliminary round matches and a quarter-finals instead. The capacity is 68,993 spectators. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The capacity of the Roman stadium is 68,993 spectators. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
Russia: The European Championship 2020 will not take place in St. Petersburg in the old and unconventional Zenit Stadium. The venue, the new Zenith Arena, is currently under construction and will be completed in 2017. 61,251 spectators can then watch three group matches and a quarter-final. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The DFB renounced with the location of Munich and the Allianz Arena on an application for the final package in favor of a German EM application in 2024. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
In the Allianz Arena thus three preliminary round matches and a quarter-finals take place. 70,067 spectators can watch the matches live. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The contract for the European Championship finals in 2020 went to London with the historic Wembley Stadium. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
The two semi-finals and the final will take place here in front of 90,652 spectators. © picture alliance / dpa
Venues and stadiums of the European Championship 2020
CANCELED! The Belgian capital Brussels will not be a venue for the European Championship in 2020. That was decided by the UEFA Executive Committee at the end of 2017. The reason: constant delays in the construction of the new € 300 million stadium in Brussels. Belgium should also be the venue for the European Championship in 2020. © picture-alliance / dpa

Here is the EM 2020 on TV

The qualification for the EM 2020 was again on RTL to see. The private broadcaster had secured the rights for the German and international games. RTL showed games of the DFB team, international top matches then ran on the RTL partner station Nitro.

The final round itself show the public broadcasters – ARD and ZDF have been able to secure the transmission rights.

Update from September 27, 2018:
Meanwhile, it was decided in Nyon. that Germany will be awarded the contract for the European Football Championship 2024, Competitor was Turkey,

EM 2020: ticket pre-sale started – so you get tickets for Munich

Update from June 14, 2019: The ticket pre-sale for the pan-European EM 2020 is already in full swing – also for the EM tickets in Munich. But do not worry: it does not depend on speed. We tell you how you like EM tickets for the venue Munich come and give you all the important info.



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