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EURO 2024: All you need to know

Three-time winners Germany will stage the UEFA European Championship in 2024.

The UEFA EURO 2024 trophy on stage at the final tournament draw
The UEFA EURO 2024 trophy on stage at the final tournament draw UEFA via Getty Images

Where will EURO 2024 be held? 

Germany will host EURO 2024, having been chosen to stage the 17th edition of the UEFA European Championship at a UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Nyon on 27 September 2018. Türkiye was the only other nation that bid to hold UEFA EURO 2024. West Germany hosted the 1988 edition, but this will be the first time Germany has staged the UEFA European Championship since reunification. The 2006 FIFA World Cup also took place in the country.

When is EURO 2024?

The UEFA EURO 2024 final tournament is scheduled to take place from 14 June to 14 July 2024.

As the host nation, Germany are seeded in Group A and will occupy position A1; they will therefore play in the opening match at the Munich Football Arena on Friday 14 June. Germany/West Germany have featured at every EURO since 1972. West Germany won the 1972 and 1980 editions, while the reunited Germany triumphed at EURO '96.

Who has qualified for EURO?

The draw for the final tournament was held in Hamburg on Saturday 2 December.

Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania
Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England
Group D: Play-off winner A, Netherlands, Austria, France
Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Play-off winner B
Group F: Türkiye, Play-off winner C, Portugal, Czechia

The last three final tournament spots are determined via the play-offs, scheduled for March 2024.

What is the tournament format? 

The format will be the same as for UEFA EURO 2020. The top two in each of the six final tournament groups will proceed to the round of 16 along with the four best third-placed finishers.

Where and when will the final of UEFA EURO 2024 be played?

Berlin's Olympiastadion will stage the final on Sunday 14 July 2024.

What are the EURO 2024 host cities?

EURO 2024: The host cities

The ten venues chosen to host games at the tournament include nine of the stadiums used at the 2006 World Cup plus the Düsseldorf Arena.

Uniquely, the Munich Football Arena will be staging matches for the second EURO in succession; Bayern München's home ground was one of 11 arenas that hosted games at UEFA EURO 2020.

Host venues are as follows:

Berlin: Olympiastadion Berlin (current capacity: 70,000)
Cologne: Cologne Stadium (47,000)
Dortmund: BVB Stadion Dortmund (66,000)
Dusseldorf: Düsseldorf Arena (47,000)
Frankfurt: Frankfurt Arena (48,000)
Gelsenkirchen: Arena AufSchalke (50,000)
Hamburg: Volksparkstadion Hamburg (50,000)
Leipzig: Leipzig Stadium (42,000)
Munich: Munich Football Arena (67,000)
Stuttgart: Stuttgart Arena (54,000)

When do EURO 2024 tickets go on sale?

Following the conclusion of the successful general public application window, which saw applications for over 20 million tickets, UEFA has announced details of the second sales phase for EURO 2024.

EURO ticket portal

Following the final tournament draw, another sales phase will start for the fans of the 20 qualified teams, as well as hosts Germany. This sales phase will not start at the same time, but according to the schedule defined by each participating national association (PNA).

Tickets will also be held back for sale to supporters of the national teams that qualify through the UEFA EURO 2024 play-offs, scheduled for 21 March and 26 March 2024.

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EURO 2024 key dates

Qualifying
21 March 2024: play-off semi-finals
26 March 2024: play-off finals

Final tournament
14 June 2024: UEFA EURO 2024 opening game, Munich Football Arena
14 July 2024: UEFA EURO 2024 final, Olympiastadion Berlin

Who are the city ambassadors for EURO 2024?

Berlin: Kevin-Prince Boateng
Cologne: Harald Schumacher
Dortmund: Roman Weidenfeller, Annike Krahn
Düsseldorf: Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, Sandra Mikolaschek, Selin Oruz
Frankfurt: Alex Meier, Deborah Levi
Gelsenkirchen: Gerald Asamoah
Hamburg: Patrick Esume
Leipzig: Professor Dr Jörg Junhold, Anja Mittag, Jürgen Zielinski
Munich: Dr Felix Brych
Stuttgart: Cacau, Niko Kappel, Eli Seitz

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