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UEFA EURO 2024 – Everything you need to know

UEFA EURO 2024 - Everything you need to know

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Germany has been selected to host the upcoming 17th UEFA EURO in 2024.

The recent European competition were hosted in various venues in Europe, and it was also delayed for a year due to a COVID-19 pandemic, as it took place in the summer of 2021.

So the fans have just three years to wait for the competition to take place again.

Ahead of the tournament here is everything you need to know about UEFA EURO 2024 in Germany.

When will UEFA EURO 2024 take place?

EURO 2024 will take place in the summer from 14 June to 14 July.

Where will UEFA EURO 2024 take place?

Germany will host the EURO 2024 in 10 cities with 10 venues.

1. Olympiastadion

City: Berlin

Capacity: 70,033

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2. RheinEnergieStadion

City: Cologne

Capacity: 46,922

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3. Allianz Arena

City: Munich

Capacity: 66,026

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4. Signal Iduna Park

City: Dortmund

Capacity: 61,524

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5. Arena AufSchalke

City: Gelsenkirchen

Capacity: 49,471

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6. Mercedes-Benz Arena

City: Stuttgart

Capacity: 50,998

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7. Volksparkstadion

City: Hamburg

Capacity: 50,215

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8. Merkur Spiel-Arena

City: Dusseldorf

Capacity: 46,264

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9. Deutsche Bank Park

City: Frankfurt

Capacity: 48,057

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10. Red Bull Arena

City: Leipzig

Capacity: 46,635

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Which teams will take part in UEFA EURO 2024?

Germany, as a host country, will automatically qualify for the EUROs. There will be 24 teams to take part in the tournament.

How the teams will qualify for UEFA EURO 2024?

As mentioned, Germany will automatically qualify, leaving a total of 23 teams to play the Qualifiers.

The European Qualifiers will run from March to November 2023, and via play-offs scheduled for March 2024.

What is the UEFA EURO 2024 format?

The EURO 2024 format is set to be the same as for EURO 2020. The top two in each of the six final groups will progress into the round of 16 along with the four best third-placed finishers.

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