Its 60th anniversary of competition is still months away, and without having one nation to host the whole tournament, across 12 wonderful cities of Europe as the venue for its upcoming games from the 24 national teams qualified. As it draws near to its last match to crown a new team champion, it will be held at the Wembley Stadium for the EURO 2020 final match on July 12, 2020.
Here is the match schedule to follow for Wembley Stadium:
Sunday, 14 June – Group D: England v Croatia (14:00, local time)
Friday, 19 June – Group D: England v Play-off winner C (20:00, local time)
Tuesday, 23 June – Group D: Czech Republic v England (20:00, local time)
Saturday, 27 June – R16: 1A v 2C (20:00, local time)
Tuesday, 7 July – SF1: Winner QF2 v Winner QF1 (20:00, local time)
Wednesday, 8 Jul – SF2: Winner QF4 v Winner QF3 (20:00, local time)
Sunday, 12 July – Final: Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 (20:00, local time)
Wembley Stadium, also known as “The Home of Football” stands as the largest stadium built in England, in the UK, and the second-largest in all Europe. Having it opened from the year 2007, the Wembley stadium has hosted many remarkable football events such as the FA Cup Final, 2011 and 2013 UEFA Champions League Finals, English Premier League matches, and also serves as the home of England national football team.
Its capacity of 90,000 seats with its aesthetic scenery in London was designed by Foster and Partners and Populous, with a total cost of £798 million in successfully building the stadium.
Not only football, but Wembley Stadium also hosted notable music events from top icons in the previous years having Beyonce, Eminem, One Direction, Ed Sheeran, The Foo Fighters, and more in front of a crowd full of screams. Adele back in 2017 got the top spot in making a record of her own amassing 98,000 fans attended.
Wembley Stadium will be hosting seven games from the Euro 2020 having 3 games from the group stage, 1 game from the round of 16, 2 semifinals games and the final match of the whole Euro 2020 tournament.