The Euro Cup 2016 is all set to kick off and there are 10 playing stadiums / venues that has been chosen for total 51 matches to be played in France from June 10, 2016. The opening match and the final match of the Euro 2016 Championship will be played at Stade de France.
The 15th version of the UEFA Euro 2016 Championship is all set to kick off from 10th June 2016 to 10th July 2016 in France. The tournament will be played by 24 teams divided into 6 groups having 4 teams each. Spain are the two times defending Champions, winning Euro 2008 Cup by defeating Germany 1-0 in the finals and won Euro 2012 Cup over Italy beating them 4-0.
Here’s the quick guide to UEFA Euro 2016 Championship Stadiums in France.
UEFA Euro 2016 Stadiums / Venues And Capacity | France
|Saint-Denis, Stade de France||80,000 seats|
|Marseille, Stade Velodrome||67,000 seats|
|Lyon, Stade de Lyon
|Lille, Stade Pierre Mauroy||50,000 seats|
|Paris, Parc des Princes||45,000 seats|
|Bordeaux, Stade de Bordeaux||42,000 seats|
|Saint-Etienne, Stade Geoffroy Guichard||42,000 seats|
|Nice, Stade de Nice||35,000 seats|
|Lens, Stade Bollaert-Delelis||35,000 seats|
|Toulouse, Stadium de Toulouse||33,000 seats|
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