It’s the first time England has hosted senior international tournament football since 1996. We’re looking forward to recreating the sense of unity and excitement of EURO ’96 during the summer of 2021.
Rio Ferdinand, Tournament Ambassador says: “The UEFA EURO have been responsible for some of the most iconic moments in football history and I can’t wait to see more take place at Wembley and across Europe next summer. ”
Subject to any COVID guidelines still in place this summer, this will be a festival of football for everyone across the country. You only have to look back at the FIFA World Cup 2018 to see the impact a major tournament has on the country. Communities were galvanised and fan zones, pubs, parks and gardens across the country came alive with activity.
As a result of the fast-changing situation around the pandemic, UEFA there will be a minimum capacity of 25% (22,500 spectators) will be permitted to all eight UEFA EURO 2020 matches in London.
London Host City programme
London is committed to providing a safe and memorable experience for all fans during the tournament this summer. From the opening weekend through to the Final, London will be inviting everyone to join the celebrations, creating an electric and unforgettable atmosphere. More information on how the city plans to celebrate UEFA EURO 2020 available here.
UEFA EURO 2020 Volunteer programme
1000 amazing Volunteers will play a huge part in the delivery of the tournament at Wembley Stadium. Applications for the UEFA EURO 2020 volunteer programme closed in 2019, with over 2000 interviews taking place to find our fantastic team of enthusiastic and passionate volunteers. We can’t wait to see the team in action in June and July this year.
For updates on ticketing information and a full list of FAQs please visit EURO2020.com/tickets