Euro 2024 Schedule

The decision was made on September 27, 2018: Germany is hosting a European Football Championship for the second time after 1988.

From June 14 to July 14, UEFA EURO 2024 schedule will be played in the largest stadiums in the republic. Ten host cities were awarded the contract – as in 1988 and the “Summer Fairy Tale” World Cup in 2006, the Stuttgart Arena is one of the venues. With a total of five games, four groups and one quarter-final encounter, the football world is looking to Stuttgart. On Wednesday, June 19, the German national team will play their second group game in the capital of Baden-Württemberg.

A total of 24 finalists are fighting for the title. It starts in Munich with the opening game between the German team and an opponent from Group A. The grand finale takes place in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium.

On October 5, 2021, the UEFA EURO 2024 was heralded with the presentation of the logo and the official slogan “United by Football – United in the Heart of Europe”. Preparations are currently in full swing. Extensive renovations have made the Stuttgart Arena one of the most modern in Europe.

The EM 2024 will take place from June 14 to July 14, 2024. The opening game is on June 14th in Munich, and the final is on July 14th in Berlin.

Euro Tournament Structure

The next European Championship will take place in 2024 – in Germany! After the “summer fairy tale” at the home World Cup in 2006, the DFB team is hoping to win the title in their own country this time. As the host, the team of national coach Hansi Flick automatically qualified for the tournament. The German players can relax and follow the drawing of the qualifying groups next Sunday, October 9th.

It took place on October 9, 2022, at 12 noon in Frankfurt am Main. 53 teams wanted to qualify for the finals in Germany. Russia has been suspended by UEFA over the war of aggression in Ukraine and will therefore not be in the pots either. In a total of ten groups, the fight for participation in the EURO 2024 schedule tournament will finally take place. There will be three groups of six and seven groups of five.

The European Nations Cup was launched in 1958, and it is the strongest and most popular tournament for teams after the World Cup. The number of Euro teams has evolved from 8 teams until it reached, starting from the 2016 edition in France to 24 teams.

All products, except for the host country, enter the qualifiers to qualify for the Euro, and the tournament is held in one country or co-organised.

The tournament divides the teams into 6 groups. The first and second-placed teams and the 4 best third-placed teams qualify for the round of 16, and the matches continue with the knockout system until reaching the final match.

Qualified Teams

So far, one participant of the Euro 2024 schedule has been determined: It is about the host Germany. The remaining teams will prevail in the European Championship qualification. A total of 24 nations will take part in the EM 2024.

The qualification for the EURO 2024 schedule takes place from March 23rd to November 21st, 2023. All EURO 2024 scheduled nations were divided into ten groups. The group winners and runners-up receive a ticket for the European Championship finals in Germany. The Euro 2024 schedule at a glance: 

Euro 2024 schedule – Group A:

  • Spain
  • Scotland
  • Norway
  • Georgia
  • Cyprus

Euro 2024 schedule – Group B:

  • Netherlands
  • France
  • Ireland
  • Greece
  • Gibraltar

Euro 2024 schedule – Group C:

  • Italy
  • England
  • Ukraine
  • North Macedonia
  • Malta

Euro 2024 schedule – Group D:

  • Croatia
  • Wales
  • Armenia
  • Turkey
  • Latvia

Euro 2024 schedule – Group E:

  • Poland
  • Czech Republic
  • Albania
  • Faroe Islands
  • Moldova

Euro 2024 schedule – Group F:

  • Belgium
  • Austria
  • Sweden
  • Azerbaijan
  • Estonia

Euro 2024 schedule – Group G:

  • Hungary
  • Serbia
  • Montenegro
  • Bulgaria
  • Lithuania

Euro 2024 schedule – Group H:

  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Slovenia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Northern Ireland
  • San Marino

Euro 2024 schedule – Group I:

  • Switzerland
  • Israel
  • Romania
  • Kosovo
  • Belarus
  • Andorra

Euro 2024 schedule – Group J:

  • Portugal
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Iceland
  • Luxembourg
  • Slovakia
  • Liechtenstein

The remaining three participants of the Euro 2024 schedule will be played out in a play-off tournament, which will take place from March 21 to 26, 2024. 12 nations take part in this, which have forced themselves into the Nations League by winning their group: 

  • Croatia
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Scotland
  • Israel
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Serbia
  • Türkiye
  • Greece
  • Kazakhstan
  • Georgia

Euro 2024 schedule – match days, dates and date

  • Matchday 1 and 2: March 23 to March 28, 2023
  • Matchday 3 and 4: June 14 to June 20, 2023
  • Matchday 5 and 6: September 7 to September 12, 2023
  • Matchday 7 and 8: October 12 to October 17, 2023
  • Matchday 9 and 10: November 16 to November 21, 2023

Host Country and Host Cities

UEFA EURO 2024 will take place in ten stadiums across Germany – from the Olympiastadion in Berlin to the Football Arena in Munich. Here you will find information about the cities, the stadiums and the tourist attractions.

UEFA EURO 2024 is the first major tournament in Germany since the 2006 World Cup. It is the 17th edition of the EURO 2024 schedule. Hosts Germany have already been European champions three times (1972, 1980 and 1996).

  • Berlin – With around 3.6 million inhabitants, Berlin is the largest city in Germany and has also been the country’s capital since reunification in 1990. The most important sights in the city are the Brandenburg Gate and the 368-meter-high television tower, which offers a breathtaking view of the city.
  • Olympic Stadium Berlin – The Berlin Olympic Stadium, home of Hertha
    • Cologne – The 2,000-year-old city of Cologne, the fourth-largest city in Germany with just over a million inhabitants, is located directly on the Rhine and is considered the cultural centre of this region. Only a stone’s throw from the main train station is Germany’s most visited attraction: Cologne Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Stadium Cologne – With a capacity of around 46,000 spectators, the Cologne stadium is one of the smaller stadiums at Euro 2024. The arena was completely rebuilt for the 2006 World Cup and has been the venue for the women’s DFB Cup final since 2010, as well as being the venue of American football and ice hockey games. Large rock concerts are also regularly held here.
    • Dortmund – With around 600,000 inhabitants, Dortmund is the largest city in the Ruhr area and at the same time the cultural centre of this region. Just over 50 years ago, the city was considered a coal, beer and steel metropolis, but after an impressive structural change, Dortmund now has numerous technology and science companies, universities and a lively cultural scene. The city is also home to the German Football Museum.
  • BVB Stadium Dortmund – Thanks to the “Yellow Wall”, the BVB Stadion Dortmund is known all over the world. With a capacity of more than 60,000 spectators, it is one of the largest stadiums in the Euro 2024 schedule. The 2001 UEFA Cup final between Liverpool and Deportivo Alavés and the 2006 World Cup semi-final between Germany and Italy took place here.
  • Dusseldorf – With around 650,000 inhabitants, Dusseldorf is one of the ten largest cities in Germany. The Rhine metropolis is internationally known for its high quality of life due to its good infrastructure and wide range of cultural and leisure activities. Around 260 pubs, bars and restaurants can be found here, which is why the old town is also known as “the longest bar in the world”.
  • Frankfurt – Both the German Stock Exchange and the European Central Bank have their headquarters in the Hessian metropolis. Thanks to the distinctive skyline and the location on the Main, Frankfurt’s nickname “Mainhattan” came about from the well-known Manhattan skyline.
  • Leipzig – Once the home of Johann Sebastian Bach, Leipzig has been a centre for business, trade and culture since reunification. The city was the origin of the peaceful revolution in 1989, the so-called Monday demonstrations took place here, which ended in the fall of the GDR and German reunification.
  • Munich – With around 1.6 million inhabitants, Munich is the third largest city in Germany and is often referred to as the northernmost city in Italy because of its location at the foot of the Alps, the many lakes in the immediate vicinity and the relaxed lifestyle of the people of Munich.
  • Stuttgart –Stuttgart is one of the largest metropolitan regions in Germany and is primarily known as an industrial location. Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, two of the most famous automobile manufacturers in the world have their headquarters here.

Host Football Stadiums

Due to the 2006 World Cup, in particular, the stadiums are still in top condition and only need minimal modernization.

Olympic Stadium

Capacity: 74,475 seats

Club: Hertha BSC

World Cup 2006: Venue (including final)

Allianz Arena

Capacity: 75,000 seats (international: 70,000 seats)

Club: FC Bayern Munich

World Cup 2006: Venue (including the opening game)

Mercedes-Benz Arena

Capacity: 60,000 seats (international: 54,812 seats)

Club: VfB Stuttgart

World Cup 2006: Venue (including 3rd place match)


Capacity: 50,000 seats (international: 46,195 seats)

Club: 1. FC Köln

2006 World Cup: Venue (including a round of 16 games)


Capacity: 57,000 seats (international: 44,683 seats)

Club: Hamburger SV

World Cup 2006: Venue (including a quarter-final game)


Name: Signal Iduna Park

Capacity: 81,360 seats (international: 65,800 seats)

Club: Borussia Dortmund

World Cup 2006: Venue (including a semi-final game)


Capacity: 62,271 (international: 54,740 seats)

Club: FC Schalke 04

World Cup 2006: Venue (including a quarter-final game)

Merkur Spiel-Arena

Capacity: 54,600 seats (international: 51,500 seats)

Club: Fortuna Düsseldorf

World Cup 2006: no venue

Red Bull Arena

Capacity: 42,558 spectators (expansion to 57,000 planned)

Club: RB Leipzig

World Cup 2006: Venue (including a round of 16 games)


Capacity: 51,500 seats (international: 48,000 seats)

Club: Eintracht Frankfurt

World Cup 2006: Venue (including a quarter-final game)

Euro 2024 Schedule 

UEFA EURO 2024 kicks off in Munich on Friday 14 June and ends with the final in Berlin on Sunday 14 July.

When Does EURO 2024 schedule Start?

Group Stage

EURO 2024 host cities: Munich

14 June

A1 vs A2 (Munich, 21:00 CEST)

15 June

B1 vs B2 (Berlin)

B3 vs B4 (Dortmund)

A3 vs A4 (Cologne)

16 June

C3 vs C4 (Gelsenkirchen)

D1 vs D2 (Hamburg)

C1 vs C2 (Stuttgart)

17 June

D3 vs D4 (Düsseldorf)

E1 vs E2 (Frankfurt)

E3 vs E4 (Munich)

18 June

F3 vs F4 (Leipzig)

F1 vs F2 (Dortmund)

19 June

B2 vs B4 (Hamburg)

A2 vs A4 (Cologne)

A1 vs A3 (Stuttgart)

20 June

B1 vs B3 (Gelsenkirchen)

C2 vs C4 (Frankfurt)

C1 vs C3 (Munich)

21 June

D1 vs D3 (Berlin)

D2 vs D4 (Leipzig)

E2 vs E4 (Düsseldorf)

22 June

F2 vs F4 (Hamburg)

F1 vs F3 (Dortmund)

E1 vs E3 (Cologne)

23 June

A4 vs A1 (Frankfurt)

A2 vs A3 (Stuttgart)

24 June

B2 vs B3 (Leipzig)

B4 vs B1 (Düsseldorf)

25 June

D2 vs D3 (Berlin)

D4 vs D1 (Dortmund)

C4 vs C1 (Cologne)

C2 vs C3 (Munich)

26 June

F4 vs F1 (Hamburg)

F2 vs F3 (Gelsenkirchen)

E2 vs E3 (Frankfurt)

E4 vs E1 (Stuttgart)

Rest days on 27 and 28 June

When does the EURO 2024 schedule round of 16 start?

29 June

37 1A vs 2C (Dortmund)

38 2A vs 2B (Berlin)

30 June

39 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (Cologne)

40 1C vs 3D/E/F (Gelsenkirchen)

1 July

41 1F vs 3A/B/C (Frankfurt)

42 2D vs 2E (Düsseldorf)

2 July

43 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (Munich)

44 1D vs 2F (Leipzig)

Rest days on 3 and 4 July

When do the EURO 2024 quarter-finals start?

5 July

45 W39 vs W37 (Stuttgart)

46 W41 vs W42 (Hamburg)

6 July

47 W43 vs W44 (Berlin)

48 W40 vs W38 (Düsseldorf)

Rest days on 7 and 8 July

When do the EURO 2024 semi-finals start?

9 July

49 W45 vs W46 (Munich, 21:00 CEST)

10 July

50 W47 vs W48 (Dortmund, 21:00 CEST)

Rest days on 11, 12 and 13 July

When is the EURO 2024 final?

14 July

W49 vs W50 (Berlin, 21:00 CEST)


On Tuesday, March 21, the “Mundodeportivo” newspaper said on its official website, that the European Football Association (UEFA) has allocated large financial prizes for the winners of the first places in the Euro 2024 Championship, which will be hosted by Germany.

And the Spanish newspaper confirmed that the European Football Association has allocated 331 million euros, which will be distributed to the participating teams, an increase of 59% over the previous tournament, Euro 2020.

The winner receives €30 million, and the runner-up receives €17 million.

The teams that qualify for the semi-final round will receive an amount of 7.25 million euros, and the teams that qualify for the quarter-final round will be awarded an amount of 3.25 million euros.

On March 15, UEFA published on its official website the system and dates for the qualifiers that will start next Thursday, March 23, with all the details of the qualifying qualifiers, or even the details of the tournament and its stadiums on which the matches will be held.

Impact of EURO 2024 Schedule on Teams, Leagues, Players

For the first time in the history of European competitions, UEFA and the 10 host cities are planning a volunteer program for around 16,000 volunteers. There are more than 25 areas in which you can work voluntarily.

Both UEFA and Germany attach great importance to climate protection at Euro 2024. For example, to reduce distances for spectators and teams as much as possible, teams and matches during the group qualifying phases were divided into regional groupings in the south (Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart) and the west (Dortmund and Düsseldorf). Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen and Cologne) and the North/East (Berlin, Hamburg and Leipzig).

It is not possible to know the players who will participate in the tournament until shortly before its start. On the one hand, the teams of these stars should qualify, and on the other hand, they should not suffer any injuries. A number of the biggest stars, such as Argentine Lionel Messi and Brazil’s Neymar, will certainly not participate because their teams are not members of UEFA. But the good news is: Euro 2024 matches can be watched on TV all over the world.

Shortly after the end of the EURO 2024 schedule, the Olympic Games in Paris will start on July 26. It will last until August 11th. On August 28, the Alternative Olympics tournament will also start in Paris, which will last 12 days and should not be confused with the Special International Olympics in Berlin.

Betting on the Euro

At this point, we want to give you some football betting advice. Many people bet on Euro 2024 just by feeling. You shouldn’t, because you easily overestimate the realistic chances of your team.

Do not increase your stake after losing football bets! Otherwise, you could be thrown into a dangerous downward spiral of ever higher stakes and ever higher losses.

Think about a personal Euro betting strategy (you can find a lot of football betting strategies in our strategy section, bet with small stakes at the beginning, then when you win you can increase.)

One more piece of advice – don’t necessarily play football bets to make money. Never bet more than you can afford to lose.

In our Euro betting section you will find rules, tips, betting options and the top 10 bookmakers for Euro 2024 betting, namely:

  • Betfinal
  • YYY
  • Betwinner
  • 1xbet
  • Melbet
  • Betobet
  • Betway
  • 22Bet
  • Rabona
  • Mega Pari
  • 888sport

FAQ About Euro 2024

Where will UEFA EURO 2024 take place?

UEFA EURO 2024 will be held in Germany from June 14 to July 14, 2024.

Three-time European champions Germany last hosted the men’s European Football Championship in 1988 and are hosting this 17th edition of the UEFA European Championship for the first time since reunification. The venues are Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart.

Where and when will the UEFA EURO 2024 opener and final take place?

Germany will play the opening game of UEFA EURO 2024 on Friday, June 14 in Munich. The Olympiastadion Berlin will be the host of the final on Sunday, July 14, 2024.

What are important dates related to EURO 2024 schedule?

  • March to November 2023: Qualifying rounds
  • June 14, 2023: One-year-to-go event in Berlin and the other 10 host cities
  • 19/20 August 2023: Open Day of the Federal Government
  • October 3, 2023: Day of German Unity and the official start of advance ticket sales
  • December 2, 2023: Final draw final draw” in Hamburg
  • March 21, 2024: Play-offs semi-finals
  • March 26, 2024: Playoffs Finals
  • 14 June 2024: UEFA EURO 2024 opening match in Munich
  • 14 July 2024: UEFA EURO 2024 final in Berlin


The EURO 2024 is an official international football competition in which the national teams of the European Union participate, and the federation has announced that this tournament will be only for the first-team men’s teams. The first tournament started in September 2018, after the 2018 FIFA World Cup that was held in Russia, and the Portuguese national team won the first edition of the tournament on June 9, 2019, after defeating the Dutch national team in the final. The competition is played in the times that were previously allocated for international friendly matches that were previously played in periods of what was previously called FIFA Week. Finally, for successful Euro 2024 betting, the games on which the money is bet must be analyzed. Aspects such as table position, current form and player potential are included.