When and where is EURO 2020 held?
The UEFA EURO 2020 is a tournament, showcasing international talent from one of England's favourite sports – football (known as soccer in other parts of the world).
It is the first tournament of its kind to host group stage matches across 12 cities in Europe. The UEFA EURO 2020 begins on 12 June at Stadio Olimpico in Rome and finishes on 12 July at Wembley Stadium in London.
As well as the final (12 July) and both semi-finals (7 and 8 July), London hosts three group matches on 14, 19 and 23 June, plus one last-16 game on 27 June.
The UEFA EURO 2020 host cities are: Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg.
When are EURO 2020 tickets on sale?
The draw for the EURO 2020 qualifying group stage fixtures took place in November, with play-offs for the remaining four places of the European football competition in March.
Ticket applications are now closed. In April, the ticket window re-opens for fans of teams who qualified via the play-offs and meet the criteria set out by their national football associations.
Are there hospitality packages available?
You can experience the games in style and get a guaranteed ticket by choosing from a range of official hospitality packages. Experiences include fine-dining packages or your own private suite with premium seats. Enquire about the official hospitality packages.
How do I travel to EURO 2020 in London?
There are three stations within close proximity to Wembley Stadium. Wembley Stadium station is the closest, which is served by Chiltern Railways. If you are travelling by Tube, Wembley Park station is only a 15-minute walk away from the stadium and is on the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines.
Alternatively, you can travel to Wembley Central station on the Bakerloo, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines. It’s a 20-minute walk to reach Wembley Stadium.
Make sure to plan your journey in advance using TfL's journey planner.
Accommodation in London
EURO 2020 London events
UEFA Festival London
Soak up the incredible atmosphere throughout the football tournament at UEFA Festival London, happening across all 31 days of the EURO 2020 games.
Experience football fever at the Fan Zone in Greenwich Park. Enjoy the buzzy atmosphere while watching live England EURO 2020 matches on a giant screen, as well as Home Nation games, the semi-finals and final. Join in fun activities throughout this summer of sport, including cultural performances and community events. Entry is free, but you'll need a ticket via the public ballot.
Head to the free family-friendly Football Village in Potters Field Park. Cheer on your favourite team at live match screenings, enjoy some football-themed fun and tuck into EURO-inspired foodie treats, all while relaxing next to Tower Bridge and the river Thames.
Things to do in London during EURO 2020
There’s so much happening in London over summer! Take advantage of some of the city’s top attractions, sunshine-packed events and gorgeous parks in-between EURO 2020 games.
Adventurous London activities
- Abseil or whizz down the UK’s tallest sculpture with The Slide at ArcelorMittal Orbit in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
- Hurtle past London landmarks on a speedboat tour down the river Thames.
- Take to the skies with The London Helicopter tour and grab an awe-inspiring snap of the capital.
- Go on a quest to secret fairytale spots, from quaint pubs to stunning castles.
- Dare to complete all the adventurous activities in London.
Fun things to do in London
- Head to Brent, London’s 2020 Borough of Culture and home to Wembley Stadium, for a packed programme of summer events.
- Soak up the ultimate summer vibes at a music festival in London.
- Chill in a London park, go for a dip at an open-air lido or find more things to do outdoors in London. The capital is the world’s first National Park City after all!
- Enjoy balmy summer evenings at a rooftop bar or take your pick from 101 night-time activities – you can travel around the city on the Night Tube at weekends.
- Travelling as a family? Keep the little ones entertained with these family-friendly attractions, or find plenty of thrilling activities for teenagers.
Things to do in London for free
- Watch the famous Changing the Guard ceremony which takes place outside Buckingham Palace.
- Wander around of one London’s top museums – many offer free entry to permanent collections.
- Discover some of the most historic (and Insta-worthy!) spots in London.
- Go and explore some of London’s loveliest areas, from Greenwich and the City of London to Camden Town.
- See how many of these 101 free things to do in London you can tick off during your trip.