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Which Grounds are Being Used at Euro 2028?

Which Grounds are Being Used at Euro 2028?

Euro 2024 (officially called the 2024 UEFA European Football Championship) is now well underway, and most of you who have been following the tournament will have already noticed some of the major venues where games are being played, all of which belong to German Bundesliga teams.

On this page, we will be taking a look ahead to Euro 2028, which will be held at ten venues across nine host cities in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Surprisingly, Manchester United's Old Trafford and Liverpool's Anfield stadiums have both been ruled out. Find out why right here.

When were the Euro 2028 venues selected?

On April 12, 2023, ten host stadiums for the upcoming 2028 European Football Championship were announced and finally confirmed by UEFA later on in the year (October 10). The next tournament is scheduled to run from June 9 until July 9, 2028.

The ten venues across nine cities in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland hosting Euro 2028 games are as follows:

  1. Country: England. City: London. Stadium: Wembley Stadium. Capacity: 90,652
  2. Country: England. City: London. Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Capacity: 62,322
  3. Country: England. City: Manchester. Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium. Capacity: 61,000
  4. Country: England. City: Liverpool. Stadium: Everton Stadium. Capacity: 52,888
  5. Country: England. City: Newcastle. Stadium: St. James' Park. Capacity: 52,305
  6. Country: England. City: Birmingham. Stadium: Villa Park. Capacity: 42,640
  7. Country: Northern Ireland. City: Belfast. Stadium: Casement Park. Capacity: 30,000
  8. Country: Scotland. City: Glasgow. Stadium: Hampden Park. Capacity: 52,032
  9. Country: Wales. City: Cardiff. Stadium: Millenium Stadium. Capacity: 73,952
  10. Country: Republic of Ireland. City: Dublin. Stadium: Aviva Stadium. Capacity: 51,711

Manchester United's home ground, Old Trafford (also known as the Theatre of Dreams), was ruled out because the Premier League club couldn't assure UEFA that repairs/renovations would be completed before the start of the tournament.

Liverpool's home ground, Anfield, was ruled out because the pitch size doesn't meet UEFA standards. In other words, the pitch isn't quite big enough.

Just like Euro 2024, the minimum stadium capacity for a Euros host stadium is 30,000 seats.

Who will win Euro 2024?

Euro 2024 is in full swing, and as we approach the end of the group stage matches, things are starting to get exciting.

If you want to know which team will come out on top this year, you can find the latest UEFA EURO odds on 10bet – the iGaming industry's best online bookmakers known for having the most competitive football betting odds.

At the time of writing, France and host nation Germany are the two joint odds-on favourite teams to win Euro 2024 outright, followed by England, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Italy, and Belgium.

Let's take a quick look at the latest average odds, which, don't forget, are subject to change at any time, for the top four teams with the best odds of winning:

Upcoming fixtures

On Tuesday, June 25, at 17:00 (GMT), France take on Poland at the Signal Iduna Park stadium, and the Netherlands take on Austria at the same time at the Olympiastadion Berlin.

Just a few hours later, at 20:00, Georgia play Portugal at the Veltins-Arena, and the Czech Republic take on Turkey at the Volksparkstadion. The next phase of the tournament after the group stages is the round of 16 knockout phase, which starts on June 29.

Switzerland have already made it through to the next stage of Euro 2024 and will be the first team to play in the knockout phase.

Germany, Portugal, and Spain have also made it through. Germany will also play their next Euro 2024 game on June 29. Spain play the following day, and Portugal the day after.

Final notes

Book your travel tickets and accommodation in advance if you plan to go to Euro 2024 in Germany or Euro 2028 in the UK and Ireland. Try to shop around for the best deals, and be careful not to fall for any scams.

Make sure you book your travel, accommodation, and matchday tickets from reputable websites/online ticket vendors, and always think twice before hitting the purchase button.

For more information about the Euro 2024, the best thing to do would be to visit the official UEFA website.

If you decide to place a wager on any of the remaining Euro 2024 matches, only ever do so on fully licensed and regulated sites like 10Bet. Sites like this are known to be owned and operated by trustworthy companies with excellent track records.




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