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Where is EURO 2020 taking place?

Which matches are being played in which cities at UEFA EURO 2020?

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Rome, Olimpico in Rome
12 June – Turkey v Italy (21:00 CET)
17 June – Italy v Switzerland (21:00 CET)
21 June – Italy v Wales (18:00 CET)
4 July – Quarter-final W43 v W44 (21:00 CET)

Baku, Baku Olympic Stadium 
13 June – Wales v Switzerland (15:00 CET)
17 June – Turkey v Wales (18:00 CET)
21 June – Switzerland v Turkey (18:00 CET)
4 July – Quarter-final W40 v W38 (18:00 CET)

Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Stadium 
13 June – Belgium v Russia (21:00 CET)
17 June – Finland v Russia (15:00 CET)
22 June – Finland v Belgium (21:00 CET)
3 July – Quarter-final W41 v W42 (18:00 CET)

EURO 2020 city guide: Copenhagen
EURO 2020 city guide: Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Parken Stadium
13 June – Denmark v Finland (18:00 CET)
18 June – Denmark v Belgium (18:00 CET)
22 June – Russia v Denmark (21:00 CET)
29 June – Round of 16 2D v 2E (18:00 CET)

Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff ArenA
14 June – Netherlands v Ukraine (21:00 CET)
18 June – Netherlands v Austria (21:00 CET)
22 June – Play-off winner D (A) v Netherlands (18:00 CET)
27 June – Round of 16 2A v 2B (18:00 CET)

EURO 2020 city guide: Bucharest
EURO 2020 city guide: Bucharest

Bucharest, National Arena Bucharest 
14 June – Austria v Play-off winner D (A) (18:00 CET)
18 June – Ukraine v Play-off winner D (A) (15:00 CET)
22 June – Ukraine v Austria (18:00 CET)
29 June – Round of 16 1F v 3A/B/C (21:00 CET)

London, Wembley Stadium
14 June – England v Croatia (15:00 CET)
19 June – England v Play-off winner C (21:00 CET)
23 June – Czech Republic v England (21:00 CET)
27 June – Round of 16 1A v 2C (21:00 CET)
7 July – Semi-final W46 v W45 (21:00 CET)
8 July – Semi-final W48 v W47 (21:00 CET)
12 July – Final W49 v W50 (21:00 CET)

EURO 2020 city guide: Glasgow
EURO 2020 city guide: Glasgow

Glasgow, Hampden Park
15 June – Play-off winner C v Czech Republic (15:00 CET)
19 June – Croatia v Czech Republic (18:00 CET)
23 June – Croatia v Play-off winner C (21:00 CET)
30 June – Round of 16 (1E v 3A/B/C/D) (21:00 CET)

Bilbao, San Mamés Stadium 
15 June – Spain v Sweden (21:00 CET)
20 June – Spain v Poland (21:00 CET)
24 June – Play-off winner B v Spain (18:00 CET)
28 June – Round of 16 1B v 3A/D/E/F (21:00 CET)

EURO 2020 city guide: Dublin
EURO 2020 city guide: Dublin

Dublin, Dublin Arena 
15 June – Poland v Play-off winner B (18:00 CET)
19 June – Sweden v Play-off winner B (15:00 CET)
24 June – Sweden v Poland (18:00 CET)
30 June – Round of 16 1D v 2F (18:00 CET)

Munich, Football Arena Munich
16 June – France v Germany (21:00 CET)
20 June – Portugal v Germany (18:00 CET)
24 June – Germany v Play-off winner A (D) (21:00 CET)
3 July – Quarter-final W39 v W37 (21:00 CET)

Budapest, Puskás Aréna 
16 June – Play-off winner A (D) v Portugal (18:00 CET)
20 June – Play-off winner A (D) v France (15:00 CET)
24 June – Portugal v France (21:00 CET)
28 June – Round of 16 1C v 3D/E/F (18:00 CET)

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