UEFA names St. Petersburg as one of the 13 hosts for Euro 2020

UEFA on Friday officially listed the 13 cities that will host the 2020 European Championships (UEFA Euro 2020).

UEFA on Friday officially listed the 13 cities that will host the 2020 European Championships (UEFA Euro 2020).

The hosts will be St. Petersburg, Baku, Bucharest, Budapest, Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Rome, Bilbao, Dublin, London, and Glasgow.

Baku, Munich, Rome and Saint Petersburg will host the quarter-finals plus three group games, UEFA said in a statement.

Copenhagen, Bucharest, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bilbao, Budapest, Brussels, and Glasgow will also host games at the finals: three group games and one round of 16.

The final and semi-finals will be held at Wembley Stadium in London.

Hosting bids by Minsk, Sofia, Skopje, Cardiff, Stockholm, and Jerusalem were rejected.

Euro 2020 will be the first UEFA European Championship to have venues spread all over the continent. UEFA has decided on this format to mark the 60th anniversary of its European championships.

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