Ten different stadiums will stage the 16 matches.
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VfB Stuttgart Arena (Germany's opening game, 11 July)
• Capacity: 54,812
• Home club: VfB Stuttgart
• Did you know? Staged the 1986 European and 1993 world athletics championships as well as matches at the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Sportpark Fautenhau, Grossaspach (two games, 11 & 14 July)
• Capacity: 10,000
• Home club: Sonnenhof Grossaspach
• Did you know? Opened in 2011 with investors including singer Andrea Berg, who regularly performs there.
Stadion an der Kreuzeiche, Reutlingen (two games, 14 & 17 July)
• Capacity: 15,228
• Home club: SSV Reutlingen
• Did you know? A venue for UEFA Women's EURO 2001 and a 2008 men's friendly between Poland and FYR Macedonia.
Stadion auf der Waldau, Stuttgart (one game, 17 July)
• Capacity: 6,700
• Home club: Stuttgarter Kickers
• Did you know? Renovated in 2009, the stadium has been home to the Kickers since 1905, the longest stay of any German club in one ground.
Donaustadion, Ulm (two games, 12 & 15 July)
• Capacity: 19,500
• Home club: SSV Ulm
• Did you know? Held the UEFA Women's EURO 2001 final and in 1982 Jürgen Hingsen broke the decathlon world record there.
Albstadion, Heidenheim (12 & 18 July)
• Capacity: 15,000
• Home club: FC Heidenheim
• Did you know? Recently reconstructed following the home club's promotion in 2014 to the 2. Bundesliga.
Städtisches Waldstadion, Aalen (15 & 18 July)
• Capacity 14,500
• Home club: VfR Aalen
• Did you know? A setting for UEFA Women's EURO 2001.
Carl-Benz-Stadion, Mannheim (either two semi-finals or one semi-final and the FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off, all 21 July)
• Capacity: 27,000
• Home club: Waldhof Mannheim
• Did you know? Was the home of Hoffenheim in the first half of their debut Bundesliga campaign in 2008/09 before their Rhein-Neckar-Arena opened.
Hardtwaldstadion, Sandhausen (either one semi-final or the FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off, both 21 July)
• Capacity: 15,414
• Home club: SV Sandhausen
• Did you know? Was the training base for Costa Rica during the 2006 World CUp.
Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsehim (final, 24 July)
• Capacity: 25,641
• Home club: TSG Hoffenheim
• Did you know? A venue at the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.