The upcoming 2024 European Championship, known as Euro 2024, is one of the biggest football tournaments in the world, anticipated by millions and punters of Euro betting fans worldwide. This year, the event will be hosted by Germany and matches are set to be held across several host cities! Don’t miss the exciting matches, find out where and how you can watch all the games.

Berlin

The capital city of Germany, Berlin, is known for its diverse attractions. The Olympiastadion Berlin, with a capacity of 71,000 spectators, will be a key venue for Euro 2024. This iconic stadium has previously hosted major events such as the 2006 FIFA World Cup final and the 2015 UEFA Champions League final. 

Munich

Munich is the third largest city in Germany. The Fußball Arena München will be one of the host stadiums for Euro 2024. This venue has a capacity of 65,000 spectators. The Fußball Arena München has hosted major events such as the 2012 UEFA Champions League final and matches during Euro 2020.

Dortmund

Dortmund is known for its rich sporting heritage, and the BVB Stadion Dortmund, with a capacity of 62,000, will be the host venue for the tournament. The BVB Stadion Dortmund is one of the most popular football venues, known for its distinctive ‘Yellow Wall’ stand. This stadium has already hosted events for the World Cup and European football fixtures in the past.

Stuttgart 

Stuttgart will also be a host city for Euro 2024. The Stuttgart Arena, with a capacity of 51,000, will be used as a venue. This stadium has accommodated games for several World Cups, as well as European Championships. Stuttgart is also the best place for car lovers, as it is the home of two of the largest car manufacturers in the world, Mercedes and Porsche. 

Gelsenkirchen

Gelsenkirchen, known for its green spaces and industrial heritage, will be hosting matches at the Arena AufSchalke for Euro 2024. The stadium boasts a capacity of 50,000 and is no new to hosting major football matches. It has already hosted games for the World Cup and Champions League.

Frankfurt

Frankfurt is Germany’s fifth largest city and is ready to put the Frankfurt Arena in the spotlight as a host venue for Euro 2024. The city is known for its distinct skyline, earning the nickname ‘Manhattan’. The Frankfurt Arena has a capacity of 47,000 and has already hosted the UEFA Women’s Cup final, as well as quarter-final matches during the 2006 World Cup.

Hamburg 

The world-renowned city of Hamburg, which is the third largest city in Germany, is also hosting Euro 2024. The city’s Volksparkstadion will be the venue to host matches, having a capacity of 49,000. This stadium has notably hosted the 2010 Europa League final and a quarter-final match during the 2006 World Cup.

Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf is home to the longest bar in the world, making it a perfect location for Euro 2024 fans to enjoy after cheering at the Düsseldorf Arena, which will host matches in the city. The arena has a capacity of 47,000 and has already hosted major sports events, including group games for the 1988 UEFA European Championship.

Cologne 

The most visited landmark in Germany, Cologne, is also one of the host cities for Euro 2024! The city will be preparing the Cologne Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 43,000, to be filled with cheers and action-packed matches. The Cologne Stadium has also hosted major events such as American football, music concerts, and even ice hockey games.

Leipzig 

Last but not least, Leipzig, which is known for its rich culture and heritage, is also hosting Euro 2024. Leipzig will be bringing the Leipzig Stadium to host the intense matches of Euro teams vying for glory. The stadium has a seating capacity of 40,000 and has hosted events such as the World Cup.

What to expect in the host cities? 

The Euro 2024 host cities across Germany will offer visitors a rich cultural experience in addition to intense football matches. Fans can look forward to immersing in the unique traditions and lively atmospheres of destinations! 

These cities will provide the perfect backdrops for the highly anticipated Euro 2024 tournament. For punters, you may level up your Euro football betting experience in these cities as well!

How to get tickets?

For those who want to see the live-action matches of Euro 2024, head over to the official website of UEFA and navigate through the UEFA European Football Championship 2024 schedule to purchase your tickets.

Where to watch the Euro 2024 online?

As one of the largest football events in the world, fans can watch the Euro 2024 matches on various websites online such as BBC iPlayer or ITVX. In addition to the official UEFA website, various countries will also have live coverage on their local broadcast channels, including Germany (via ZDF and ARD), France (via TF1), Spain (via RTVE), and Italy (via RAI).

The Euro 2024 is set to ignite intense matches, and for punters worldwide, the Euro 2024 is set to provide a favourable crypto football betting experience. So, what are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on the rush of Euro 2024.

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