UEFA announced on Friday which cities would be involved in hosting Euro 2020, with Wembley awarded both semi-finals and finals.
With 13 different nations set to host the unprecedented Championships, we round-up which cities made the cut and and how many matches they will host.
FINAL AND SEMI-FINALS
Wembley Stadium, England
THREE GROUP GAMES AND ONE QUARTER-FINAL
St Petersburg, Russia
THREE GROUP GAMES AND ONE LAST 16 MATCH
Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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