Proud host nation

England - a proud host nation

UEFA EURO 2020 will be the biggest celebration of football in the tournament’s history and we’re honoured to play a part in hosting it.

To be a part of this tournament with its unique format, to be hosting seven games – including the semi-finals and final – at Wembley Stadium is hugely exciting

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 2020.

Welcoming over 600,000 fans
London is twinned with Glasgow to stage Group D matches. Wembley Stadium will host three group matches, a round of 16 match, the semi-finals and final. That means we’ll welcome hundreds of thousands of football fans to England over the course of the tournament. Up to 3,000 volunteers will play a vital role in delivering an unforgettable experience for both fans and participating teams.

Wembley Stadium matches

Group D Matches: 14, 19, 23 June 2020

Round of 16: 27 June 2020

Semi-finals: 7 & 8 July 2020

Final: 12 July 2020

If England qualifies for the final tournament in 2020, England fans will have the chance to watch the national team play at least two matches on home soil at Wembley Stadium.

A special summer of European football and culture awaits
You only have to look back at last years’ FIFA World Cup 2018 to see the impact our national team has on the country. Communities were galvanised and fan zones, pubs, parks and gardens across the country came alive with activity.

Londoners, fans and visitors will be able to join in a series of exciting events across the city. We’re also looking forward to supporting Wembley’s local borough of Brent as they celebrate being London’s Borough of Culture in 2020.

Everyone will have the chance to feel part of the experience, whether you’re a volunteer, a football fan, or simply for the experience of attending such a unique tournament.

As a host nation, we can look forward to a summer 'festival of football', extending across the country to celebrate the game through a wide range of football-themed events and activities.