The Euro 2020 competition provides fans from across the world with a great footballing spectacle. But it is not only the benefit of football that it can bring to travelers. For travelling fans, it offers a perfect opportunity to take in some of the other sights and attractions on offer. As we all know, covid-19 has restricted us a lot, but it hasn’t taken everything away. Below is a guide for a travelling Euro 2020 fan.

Stadiums Used During the Euro 2020 Tournament

Euro 2020 is different to any other Euro competition than it was before. This year’s tournament will be hosted by 11 different venues spanning across the entire continent. Here they are:

  • Amsterdam, Johan Cryuff Stadium
  • Baku, Olympic Stadium,
  • Bucharest, Arena Nationala
  • Budapest, Puskas Arena
  • Copenhagan, Parken Stadium
  • Glasgow, Hampden Park
  • London, Wembley Stadium (Events here)
  • Munich, Allianz-Arena
  • Rome, Stadio Olympico
  • Saint Petersburg, Krestovsky Stadium
  • Seville, La Cartuja

The stadium with the biggest capacity is Wembley Stadium. It is capable of holding 90,000 people and is the home of the England team. The smallest stadium is Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, with a maximum capacity of 38,065 and is home to the Denmark team. Each stadium will be subject to different regulations due to the impact of covid-19. There will be reduced capacities throughout the tournament, subject to change. The Semi-Finals and Final will be all played at Wembley Stadium, London. It is highly probable that there will be an increase to the allowed attendance for these games.

Euro 2020 Guides & Tips

One of the highlights of the Euro 2020 tournament is the thrill of predicting which teams will progress, score lines, and whether the games will go into extra time or penalties. Arguably some of the best places to get your football tips are from Euro 2020 betting previews and guides. You can use a Euro 2020 betting guide for your own bets and get free bets at the same time by signing up as a new member to an online sports book where some even giveaway no deposit bonus offers while you will also enjoy free bets with your 1st deposit to add to the fun. Just look for reviews for the best Euro 2020 betting offers, match stats, and more!

Places to See

London – A wonderful city with a wealth of history. London has been the setting for some of the greatest novels and movies of all time. Its charming character can still be seen today. The Houses of Parliament is a normal place to find tourists who enjoy a picture of Big Ben, along with Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London. You can also visit Wembley where England, Italy, Spain, or Denmark, the potential winners of the Euro 2020, will have played!

Munich – Munich is definitely worth your time exploring. The capital of Bavaria is covered in history, beautiful parks and has a great nightlife, and you can’t forget the stunning castles, Munich has 5 castles in total, each one uniquely stunning! Marienplatz is a favourite amongst tourists for shopping and sightseeing. St Peter’s Church is the oldest church in Munich at almost a thousand years old. With Renaissance and Baroque elements, it is a worthwhile visit for any Art lover.

BudapestThe proud capital of Hungary is home to one of the most stunning parliament buildings in the world. This gothic style is complemented well, next to the Danube. If you are looking for some relaxation then you are in the right city. Gellért Baths offer saunas, wave pools, massages and more treatments.

Covid Restrictions

Each country and city will be subject to different covid-19 regulations. The ever-changing laws are frustrating at best, but it is highly recommended that you research in detail what the requirements are, prior to travel. All of the stadiums have limited their attendances differently. Some stadiums will only allow local fans in. Ensure you have all paperwork and documentation ready before departure to avoid disappointment.