Romania Euro 2020 | UEFA Cup in the City of Bucharest 

 

Romania Euro 2020 will be held across the continent for the first time in the 60-year history of the competition. With twelve host cities in total and a city of Bucharest as a proud host of matches in Group C. 

 

The final phase of the 2020 Eurocup will feature the contest of 24 selections. Twenty of them will enter through the qualification phase that will be played from March to November 2019. The other four will do so through the new League of Nations, whose decisive qualifiers will be played in March 2020. 

 

Fans continue to show their passion for this competition by requesting almost twice as many ticket selling places as for the equivalent phase of the last UEFA Cup. 

 

This Euro Cup will be the first in history that will not have a single hosting country but it will be the entire European continent that is going to be overrun by pure entertainment. 

 

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of UEFA, Romania Euro 2020 will have the biggest final phase of the European Championship in history. The twenty host cities are Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome, and St. Petersburg. 

 

There are eight selected capitals and eleven venues that exceed 50,000 spectators for the final phase of the tournament and one of these matches will be played in Bucharest!

 

UEFA is representing a record three million tickets available to fans, and if you are lucky you might see the spectacle with your own eyes. 

 

Tickets Are Being Sold Faster Than Ever

 

The UEFA 2020 European Championship already raises passion among fans around the world. Excitement for the most popular sport on the planet was demonstrated with the requests of registered entries on July 12 when the first ticket sale phase began.

 

All of the tickets sold will be accompanied by the slogan "Live it. For Real", designed to encourage fans to be present at the stadium. 

 

In total, EUFA Euro 2020 Bucharest will represent three million tickets, a record number in the history of the competition, and almost two and a half million have been reserved for supporters of their teams and the general population. 

 

The second phase of the sale will begin in December and it will put into circulation a million tickets for the followers of the participating teams, which is 20% more than in 2016. These sales will begin after the draw for the final phase of the tournament, which will take place on November 30, 2019. 

 

The last ticket selling phase will start in April 2020, since the last four qualified teams will be determined after the qualifiers that will be played between 26 and 31 March 2020.

 

A million tickets will be available at 50€ or less for 44 matches and a total of 40,000 for less than 100€ for the semifinals and the final in London. 

 

Romania Euro 2020 will have two different types of tickets. The individual ones, for a single match in a stadium, and the so-called "Follow My Team" which include a series of tickets so fans can follow their selection wherever they play. In case that the team does not enter the knockout rounds, one hundred percent of the price will be refunded.

 

UEFA Euro 2020 Bucharest has also confirmed that in cases where demand exceeds supply, the tickets will be allocated through a lottery fair. Fans who request tickets in the first phase and fail to acquire them will have priority to buy in the next one.

 

Arena Naţională the Home of Romanian Football

The Arena Naţională is getting fully prepared to welcome fans of this exciting game from all around the world. Located at about four kilometers from the center of Bucharest and seven kilometers from the main train station it won't be any problem following cheerful crowds and locating it. 

 

Completed in 2011, the Arena Naţională is located at the site of the former Stadionul Naţional, which used to be the home of the Romania national team and the chosen venue for the cup finals. The stadium has a capacity for almost 55,000 spectators and a retractable roof. To date, the National Arena has served as the headquarters of the Romanian National Football team. 

 

It hosted other matches of the National Football Championship, the final of the Romanian Cup, various matches of Champions League and the European League and the 2012 UEFA Europa League final. 

 

At UEFA EURO 2020 Arena Naţională will host four matches, three of them from Sunday 14 June to Monday 22 June from the matches of group C. The fourth match will be played on 29 June from the final phase of the tournament.