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What stadiums are being used for Euro 2024? A guide to the 10 Euro venues in Germany

What stadiums are being used for Euro 2024? A guide to the 10 Euro venues in GermanyALEXANDRA BEIER/AFP via Getty Images
A feast of football returns to Germany.

The European Championship returns this summer and this year's tournament will be taking place in Germany. 

It will be the third time Germany has hosted the Euros and the second since reunification after hosting the 1988 edition as West Germany, and then four matches in Euro 2020 which was held in a number of European countries. 

Germany has a rich footballing history and the country is home to some of the sport's most iconic arenas which will be hosting a number of European Championship games. 

DAZN runs down the list of all 10 venues below. 

What stadiums are being used for Euro 2024?

Olympiastadion Berlin 

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Berlin's Olympiastadion is the biggest venue at this year's tournament with a capacity of 71,000 and is no stranger to hosting some of the biggest games in world football. 

In the past the stadium has been the stage for the 2006 World Cup final between Italy and France, and the Champions League final nine years ago between Barcelona and Juventus. 

Along with the final at this year's Euros, the stadium will host three group games and two knockout matches including one quarter-final. 

Cologne Stadium

Cologne Stadium_November2021Lukas Schulze/Getty Images

This stadium is the home to 1. FC Koln and it was reconstructed to host matches in the 2006 World Cup

The venue has since become a regular site for Germany's Women's Cup final, and hosts a multitude of sporting events including American football and ice hockey. 

Four group matches are set to be staged here along with one Round of 16 tie during this summer's Euros. 

BVB Stadion Dortmund

Dortmund stadium_August2018Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Images

The BVB Stadion Dortmund is one of the most famous stadiums in world football and that is in part due to its famous 'Yellow Wall' which houses the most passionate section of Borussia Dortmund supporters. 

It is no stranger to hosting marquee football matches both in club and in international competition, and the stadium will once again host its fair share of matches at Euro 2024. 

This summer, the home of Borussia Dortmund will be hosting four group matches, a Round of 16 tie and the tournament's second semi-final. 

Dusseldorf Arena

Dusseldorf Arena_Feb2020Jörg Schüler/Bongarts/Getty Images

The Dusseldorf Arena may not have hosted Bundesliga football since the 2019/20 season, but it is still an impressive stadium. 

With a capacity of 47,000 and the home of Fortuna Dusseldorf, it is one of the smaller venues at Euro 2024 and it will host three group matches, and two knockout games with one of those being a quarter-final. 

Frankfurt Arena

Frankfurt Arena_August2015Ronald Wittek/Bongarts/Getty Images

The Frankfurt Arena, which was built in 1925, is the home of Eintracht Frankfurt and has hosted matches in a number of major tournaments including the European Championship in 1988 and 2006 World Cup. 

The stadium also has a retractable roof which folds into the scoreboard, for this year's Euros it will be hosting four group matches and one Round of 16 clash. 

Arena AufSchalke

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The Arena AufSchalke is the home of seven-time German champions Schalke. It is one of football's most impressive arenas with a retractable roof and a slide-out pitch. 

This stadium is no stranger to iconic moments in international football, one example being Cristiano Ronaldo's winning penalty ending England's World Cup dreams in 2006. 

England and Portugal will be featuring in two of the three group matches which will be hosted at this stadium, and this will be followed by one Round of 16 tie. 

Volksparkstadion Hamburg

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The Volkparkstadion Hamburg can hold up to 49,000 fans and has in the past hosted matches in the 1988 European Championship, along with the 1974 and 2006 World Cups. 

The stadium will host four group matches with Portugal and Croatia set to play at this historic venue, and one quarter-final game. 

Leipzig Stadium 

Leipzig Stadium_November2016Ronny Hartmann/Bongarts/Getty Images

This stadium is the home of Bundesliga club RB Leipzig and can hold up to 40,000 fans. 

The current iteration was opened in 2004 after being rebuilt inside the shell of the Zentralstadion. 

Three Euro 2024 group stage matches will be held here along with one Round of 16 game. 

Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena_January2022Christian Verheyen/Borussia Moenchengladbach via Getty Images

The Allianz Arena is one of modern football's great venues and is the home of European giant Bayern Munich. 

Opened in 2005, the stadium has become a frequent stage for some of football's biggest matches including a memorable Champions League final in 2012 between Bayern and Chelsea, with the latter winning on penalties. 

The Allianz Arena will be hosting four group stages during Euro 2024 and two knockout games, with one of those being a semi-final. 

Stuttgart Arena

Stuttgart Arena_September2023Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Getty Images

The Stuttgart Arena has undergone a number of renovations over the years and has a capacity of 51,000. 

The home of VfB Stuttgart in the past has hosted the 1998 European Cup final and the third-place play-off during the 2006 World Cup. 

For Euro 2024, the stadium will stage four group stage matches and one quarter-final game.