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the UEFA Euro 2020 has started. For the first time, the tournament will not only take place in one country but all across Europe. The game will be played in eleven different stadiums from June 11th to July 11th.

On Structurae you will find all eleven venues and stadiums for this year's Euro 2020 - both bundled on an overview page and each stadium individually with detailed information.

Euro 2020 Overview

Wembley Stadium

Designed by Foster and Partners, the stadium is crowned by the 133-meter-high Wembley Arch which serves aesthetically as a landmark across London as well as structurally, with the arch supporting over 75% of the entire roof load. The stadium was built by Australian firm Multiplex at a cost of £798 million (£1.2 billion today). Contrary to popular belief, Wembley Stadium does not have a retractable roof that covers the playing surface. Two partially retractable roof structures over the east and west end of the stadium can be opened to allow sunlight and aid pitch growth. >> more

Allianz Arena

The stadium construction began on 21 October 2002 and was officially opened on 30 May 2005. The primary designers are architects Herzog & de Meuron. The stadium is designed so that the main entrance to the stadium would be from an elevated esplanade separated from the parking space consisting of Europe's biggest underground car park. The roof of the stadium has built-in roller blinds which may be drawn back and forth during games to provide protection from the sun. >> more

Baku Olympic Stadium

The foundation of the Baku Olympic Stadium was laid on June 6, 2011, in a ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of Azerbaijani football. The stadium was designed by Heerim Architects & Planners. The total layout of the stadium is 617,000m² and has a capacity for 68,000 people. It is six stories tall. >> more


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