The Amsterdam Arena was originally built between 1993 and 1996 and was renamed the Johan Cruyff Arena in 2018 in memory of legendary footballer, Johan Cruyff. The stadium has a capacity of 55,000 and has previously hosted matches at UEFA Euro 2000, the 1998 UEFA Champions League Final and the 2013 Europa League.
For charter flights to Amsterdam, your closest airport is Amsterdam Schiphol, which is 25 minutes' drive away. However, if you would rather go to an alternative airport, then there is Rotterdam The Hague, which takes an hour to get there by car.
The capital of Azerbaijan will host matches at the Baku Olympic Stadium, which is also the home of its national team. The stadium itself what specifically built for the 2015 European Games and is a world class venue, suitable for football and athletics events. As well as hosting the 2015 European Games, it has also hosted UEFA Champions League matches and the 2019 Europa League Final.
The closest airport is Heydar Aliyev International Airport, which is only a 15-minute drive to the stadium. As an alternative airport, there is also Zabrat Airport, which is an 18-minute drive away.
Bilbao is in Spain's northern Basque Country and will host matches at the San Mames Stadium, where Athletic Bilbao play their club games. The stadium opened in 2013 and replaced their previous 100-year-old stadium as it couldn't offer the facilities of modern stadiums. It has a capacity of 53,000 and is also partially roofed.
Bilbao Airport is the closet airport to San Mames Stadium and takes 15 minutes to get to there by car.
The Arena Nationala was built on the site of Romania's previous national stadium and is used by club teams FC Steaua & FC Dinamo and the Romanian national team. It has a maximum capacity of 55,000 spectators and has previously hosted the Europa League final in 2012.
The closest airport to the Arena Nationala is the Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport, which is 38 minutes away by car. However, as an alternative airport, there is also Bucharest Baneasa Aurel Vlaicu, which is a 33 minute drive away.
This brand-new stadium will be able to hold 67,000 spectators and hosts the Hungarian nation al football team. The plans for the new stadium were made in the mid-2000s when Hungary big to organise the Euro 2012 Championships. In 2017 the old stadium was demolished, with work on the new stadium due to be finished at the end 2019.
When flying to Budapest, the best airport to travel to is Budapest International Ferenc Liszt, which is 35-minutes away from the Puskas Stadium.
Parken Stadium is also known as Telia Parken is the largest football stadium in Denamrk and also home of FC Copenhagen and the standard playing venue of the Danish national team. It is situated in the Indre Østerbro district of Copenhagen and seats up to 35,000 people.
The nearest airport is Parken Stadium is Copenhagen Kastrup and is a 25-minute drive away. As an alternative airport, there is Copenhagen Roskilde Airport which is a 38-minute drive away.
Based in the south east of city, the Aviva Stadium and the playing venue of the Irish national team. It was opened on 14 May 2010 and in 2011 it was the playing venue of the Europa League final between FC Porto and SC Braga.
The Aviva Stadium is 22-minutes away from Dublin International Airport, which is the 13th busiest airport in Europe and the busiest airport in Ireland.
Hampden Park was built in the early 1900s and opened on the 31st of October 1903 and with a capacity that holds 52,000 spectators. In 1999 renovations went underway to turn it into an all-seater venue. Following this, in 2002 Hampden Park hosted its first Champions League final with Real Madrid beating Bayer Leverkusen and then in 2007, the stadium hosted the UEFA Cup final.
To travel to Hampden Park, the nearest airport is Glasgow International Airport which is a 20-minute drive away. Glasgow Prestwick Airport can be used as an alternative airport and is located 45-minutes away.
After Camp Nou, Wembley Stadium is the second largest stadium in Europe and is the standard playing venue for the English national team. As well as this, it also hosts the annual League Cup final, FA Cup final and the Community Shield. With a capacity of hosting 90,000 spectators, Wembley is the venue that will be hosting the semi-finals and final of the 2020 European Championships.
The Allianz Arena was one of the playing venues of the 2006 World Cup and also the host of the Champions League final in 2012. Located to the north of the city of Munich and is the current home of FC Bayern Munich, and the second largest arena in Germany.
The nearest airport to the Allianz Arena is Munich Airport, which is 23-minutes away via car.
The Stadio Olimpico was officially opened on the 17th of May 1953 and served as the centerpiece stadium for the 1960 Olympics and then in 1968 was the principle venue of the Euro 1968 Championships. It is the home stadium of Lazio and Roma and hosts the Coppa Italia final and seats up to 73,000 people.
The nearest airport to the Stadio Olimpico is the Leonardo Da Vinci-Flumicino Airport which is a 40-minute drive away.
Also known as the Saint Petersburg Stadium, the Krestovsky Stadium was one of the playing venues of the 2018 World Cup in Russia and hosted four first round group matches, a quarter final, a semi-final, and the match for third place. It is the home of FC Zenit Saint Petersburg and has seating for up to 68,000 people.
To fly to Krestovsky Stadium is located a 25-minute drive away from Pulkovo Airport, which is the main international airport in Saint Petersburg.