LiveScore's guide to the Euro 2024 stadiums
Euro 2024 will kick off next summer, with the games being held in 10 of Germany's finest stadiums.
These state-of-the-art arenas provide a perfect mix of huge capacities and red-hot atmospheres.
We bring you our guide to stadiums that will play host to the footballing drama.
Olympiastadion, Berlin (70,000 capacity)
This stadium has seen many memorable sporting moments, ranging from Jesse Owens' successes at the 1936 Olympics to Zinedine Zidane's 2006 World Cup final headbutt.
Normally home to Hertha Berlin, it will play host to the final on 14 July, along with matches in the last 16 and quarter-finals — six games in total.
Allianz Arena, Munich (67,000 capacity)
No stadium in Germany can dazzle from the outside quite like the Allianz Arena, which is decked in LCD panels that can light up the Munich skyline in any colour.
Bayern's home ground will be used to kick off the tournament on 14 July when Germany begin their campaign in Group A. It will host six matches in total including a last 16 clash and semi-final.
Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (66,000 capacity)
Borussia Dortmund's stadium has the largest capacity of any of the chosen Euro 2024 arenas.
It is famous for the Yellow Wall — a standing area that can hold 24,454 fans. The Signal Iduna Park will host six matches.
MHPArena, Stuttgart (54,000 capacity)
Germany's second match will be held at the MHPArena.
Along with four group games, Stuttgart's stadium will also hold the opening quarter-final.
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (50,000 capacity)
Hamburg's ground will be the scene for four group matches and the second quarter-final.
The Volksparkstadion is a veteran of Euro 88 and both the 1974 and 2006 World Cups.
Merkur Spiel-Arena, Dusseldorf (47,000 capacity)
Fortuna Dusseldorf's stadium was built with the intention of being used for the 2006 World Cup.
It missed the cut but will now have a Euro 2024 last 16 match and the fourth quarter-final.
Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt (46,000 capacity)
Germany's final group game will be played at the Waldstadion, as well as four other contests.
Eintracht Frankfurt's ground has been rebuilt three times on the same site having originally opened in 1925.
RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne (47,000 capacity)
After hosting four games in groups A, C and E, one of the last 16 matches will be played at Cologne's stadium, which is famous for its illuminated towers.
Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen (50,000 capacity)
The fourth biggest stadium at Euro 2024 belongs to Schalke.
Any players taking to the pitch during the three group games and the last 16 match will do so via an artificial coal tunnel.
Red Bull Arena, Leipzig (42,000 capacity)
Home to RB Leipzig, the Red Bull Arena will see three group games and a last 16 encounter.
It is no stranger to tournament action, having hosted five matches at the 2006 World Cup.