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Matches: Germany v Serbia, Serbia v Czech Republic, Denmark v Serbia, Semi-final 2 (winner Group A v runner-up Group B)
• Opened in 1917, the arena underwent major renovation work in 1994 to transform it into an all-seater venue and to remove the running track that separated the pitch from the stands.
• Home to Sparta Praha, the Letná Stadium is a regular venue for the Czech national side's home matches, most recently the UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier against the Netherlands in September 2014.
• The city of Prague has a population of 1.26 million and is famous for its historical centre, Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and medieval architecture. Czech cuisine and beer are popular with tourists.