The UEFA European Championship will reconvene in the summer of 2024, with the tournament to be hosted by world football power Germany.
Die Mannschaft have not won the European Championship since 1996 but will be looking to capitalize on the support of the hosts as they look to return to prominence. Germany have crashed out of the World Cup at the group stage in each of the last two FIFA tournaments and were knocked out of Euro 2020 in the round of 16.
They will be challenged by other European powers such as World Cup 2022 finalists France, World Cup 2022 quarter-finalists and Euro 2020 finalists England, Euro 2020 semi-finalists Spain and many others from across the continent.
Defending champions Italy also have something to prove, having won the 2020 tournament (which was held in 2021 due to COVID-19) but also failed to qualify for each of the last two World Cup tournaments.
When is the next Euros? Date, schedule for UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany
The next UEFA European Championship will take place in the summer of 2024, with the opening group-stage fixture to take place on June 14, 2024.
The tournament will progress for the subsequent month, with the final taking place in Berlin on July 14, 2024.
|Group Stage||June 14-26, 2024|
|Round of 16||June 30-July 1, 2024|
|Quarterfinals||July 5-6, 2024|
|Semifinals||July 9-10, 2024|
|Final||July 14, 2024|
Euro 2024 venues, cities
Ten German venues will host Euro 2024 matches as the tournament is spread across the nation.
The largest stadium, the Olympiastadion in Berlin, will host the final in mid-July, while the semifinals will take place in Munich and Dortmund at the home venues of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
Germany is hosting the Euros for the first time since 1988 when the tournament was contested in West Germany. The Netherlands won the final that year, with the Soviet Union finishing second.
|Olympiastadion||Berlin||74,461||Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarterfinals, Final|
|Allianz Arena||Munich||70,076||Group Stage, Round of 16, Semifinals|
|Signal Iguna Park||Dortmund||65,849||Group Stage, Round of 16, Semifinals|
|Mercedes-Benz Arena||Stuttgart||54,906||Group Stage, Quarterfinals|
|Arena AufSchalke||Gelsenkirchen||54,740||Group Stage, Round of 16|
|Waldstadion||Frankfurt||54,697||Group Stage, Round of 16|
|Volksparkstadion||Hamburg||52,245||Group Stage, Quarterfinals|
|Merkur Spiel-Arena||Dusseldorf||51,031||Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarterfinals|
|RheinEnergieStadion||Cologne||49,827||Group Stage, Round of 16|
|Red Bull Arena||Leipzig||42,959||Group Stage, Round of 16|