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Stadiums selected for Euro 2020 matches

By The Associated Press | Posted - Sep. 19, 2014 at 10:40 a.m.



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GENEVA (AP) — UEFA's executive committee on Friday selected the 13 cities that will stage matches at the European Championship in 2020 when matches are being spread across the continent for the first time. Here is a list of the stadiums (capacity in parentheses):

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SEMIFINALS & FINAL

London, England: Wembley (90,652)

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QUARTERFINALS & 3 GROUP-STAGE GAMES

Baku, Azerbaijan: Olympic Stadium (69,870). Due to open in 2015.

Munich, Germany: Allianz Arena (70,067).

Rome, Italy: Olympic Stadium (68,993).

St. Petersburg, Russia: Zenit Arena (61,251). Due to open in 2016.

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ROUND OF 16 & 3 GROUP-STAGE GAMES

Dublin, Ireland: Aviva Stadium (51,711).

Glasgow, Scotland: Hampden Park (51,472).

Copenhagen, Denmark: Parken (38,190).

Bucharest, Romania: National Arena (54,851).

Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam Arena (53,052).

Bilbao, Spain: San Mames Stadium (53,289). Due to open in 2015.

Budapest, Hungary: Puskas Ferenc Stadium (68, 156). Due to open in 2018.

Brussels, Belgium: Eurostadium (62,613). Due to open in 2018.

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