Basic Information

  • Name: Wembley Stadium
  • Capacity: 90,000 seats
  • Renovation completed in 2007
  • Home team: England national team

Trivia

  • UEFA EURO 2020 will be Wembley stadium's second EURO final, having already hosted it in 1996.
  • Unlike most stadiums who hand over the winning trophy on the pitch, Wembley present their trophies from the Royal Box (in the middle of the north stand).
  • Wembley stadium’s astonishing arch is the longest single roof span in the world, curving 315m over the stadium.

📅 Matches at the Wembley Stadium


Sunday, 14 June – Group D match
Friday, 19 June – Group D match
Tuesday, 23 June – Group D match
Saturday, 27 June – Round of 16 (1A v 2C)
Tuesday, 7 July, 21:00CET – Semi-final
Wednesday, 8 July, 21:00CET – Semi-final
Sunday, 12 July, 21:00CET – Final

⚽ Stadium history: Remember this great goal at Wembley Stadium?

EURO '96, 15/06/1996: Scotland 0-2 England
EURO '96, 15/06/1996: Scotland 0-2 England

The hosts' tournament took a turn for the better during a dramatic minute in which Paul Gascoigne scored a memorable goal.

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