Germany to host Euro 2024

Germany won the rights to host Euro 2024. The Uefa Executive Committee voted for Germany to host the Europen Championships in 2024. Germany will be providing the stage for another major International tournament after hosting the 2006 Fifa World Cup. Turkey was the other country which was contesting for the hosting rights along with Germany. 17 Uefa Executive Committee members took part in the voting.

Berlin (Olympiastadion), Bremen (Weserstadion), Dortmund (Signal Iduna Park), Düsseldorf (Esprit Arena), Frankfurt (Commerzbank Arena), Gelsenkirchen (Veltins Arena), Hamburg (Volksparkstadion), Hannover (HDI Arena), Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion), Leipzig (Red Bull Arena), Mönchengladbach (Borussia Park), Munich (Allianz Arena), Nürnberg (Max Morlock Stadion) and Stuttgart (Mercedes-Benz Arena) are the host cities.

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