Euro 2020 stadiums (Euro for Europe)
|Tournament name||Design||Construction||City||Country||Tournament capacity|
|Stadio Olimpico||Rome||72 698|
|Bakı Olimpiya Stadionu||Baku||68 195|
|Stadionul Naţional||Bucarest||55 611|
|San Mamés Barria||Bilbao||53 229|
|Hampden Park||Glasgow||52 063|
|Aviva Stadium||Dublin||51 700|
|Parken Stadion||Kopenhagen||38 065|
Euro 2020 stadium designs
|Nemzeti Sportközpont||Budapest||67 155|
|Nieuw Nationaal Stadion (I)||Brussels||61 450|
|Amsterdam ArenA||Amsterdam||53 346|
Munich: Allianz Arena going through changes
While a new giant screen flies up to the roof, TSV 1860 are preparing to leave their despised home. Bayern won't mind, they plan further expansion and improvements.
Brussels: Change of fate for Eurostadium after all?
The Flemish Brabant executive decided that road no. 3 can be demolished without consequence. This again opens up possibility for new national stadium to be built in time for Euro 2020.
Amsterdam: Name confirmed, Johan Cruijff ArenA
On his birthday Johan Cruijff received a special and long-negotiated gift. Amsterdam ArenA will be renamed Johan Cruijff ArenA, though not just yet. And there’s more to change!
New stadium: No, it’s still not ready
Just hours ago the very first official game took place at Zenit Arena. Except Zenit doesn’t want to be mentioned in its name and no wonder. This monster requires a lot of further work.
Budapest: Orbán to personally oversee national stadium
Hungarian prime minister himself will make sure that new national stadium is built in time to safely host Euro 2020. It’s a matter of national prestige for Hungary.
Budapest: Construction almost launched at Puskas
New national stadium of Hungary is officially contracted, we should see groundbreaking within days rather than weeks. Especially with limited time for delivery of this Euro 2020 venue.
Euro 2020: Could Brussels lose hosting rights?
This would be a huge embarrassment, but according to Alain Courtois it’s increasingly likely that Brussels could be stripped of Euro 2020. Meanwhile conflict between investor and local council is heating up.
Bucharest: One stadium but for which Steaua?
Reconstruction of Steaua Bucharest’s home stadium should finally begin. Great news, right? Not for Steaua because there will be another team by the same name playing there. Yes, that’s strange.
Brussels: Opposition mounts again for Eurostadium
Neighbouring municipalities express their resistance against the planned national stadium in northern Brussels. Opposing MP reveals millions to be paid by taxpayers.
Amsterdam: Seats in the south, expansion in the east
First stand of Amsterdam ArenA is already changing seats to red. Meanwhile, the long anticipated expansion of the east stand’s promenade and new façade will shape up in upcoming months.
Brussels: Eurostadium still uncertain?
At least 65 appeals against demolition of a local road were filed and need to be examined. If any of them is upheld, the new national stadium in northern Brussels might not be built.
St. Petersburg: Arena delivered, but… not quite
Officially construction ended yesterday, as was contracted. In reality it will go on until March 31 as the contractor signed another deal, worth almost a billion rubles.
Brussels: Finally a breakthrough for Eurostadium?
Finally the new national stadium of Belgium received positive environmental impact assessment. This open the way for planning permission and groundbreaking. About time…
Saint Petersburg: The field slides inside for the first time
It took nearly 7 hours but finally Zenit Arena has the natural turf in place. Weighing over 8,000 tons, the field was transported inside yesterday, during a day-long operation.
St. Petersburg: Roof closing at Zenit Arena
First attempt at closing the retractable roof over Zenit Arena will last 5 days. When it’s tested and working properly, it will only take 15 minutes.
Brussels: Eurostadium suffers from further blows
Over 2,000 people from the neighbourhood are trying to stop the new national stadium of Belgium. This time it’s about a road running through the planned venue.
Brussels: Anderlecht uncertain about stadium future
If the proposed national stadium doesn’t get built, Anderlecht will be left with old issue of where to play. Apparently, the club are far from secure in their Euro Stadium hopes.
Euro 2016: The largest Euro in history
Average capacity of every stadium outgrew all European Championships held in this century. Ticket number highest in history, but how does attendance look so far? Let’s see!
Brussels: National stadium groundbreaking in 2017
It should have been underway for a month now, but won’t begin until next year. Ghelamco officially confirmed the new groundbreaking date for Belgium’s new national stadium.
Brussels: Can this be the „final blow” for Eurostadium?
New national stadium from Brussels appears to meet another major hurdle before even having ground broken. This time it’s about the project’s mobility study. Time is extremely scarce already.