Belgium and The Netherlands

Teams
Playing venues
Matches
16
8
31
Opening match
Final
Stade Roi Baudouin
De Kuip
Average venue capacity
Largest venue
Smallest venue
No. of matches per venue (avg)
38,041 seats
Amsterdam Arena (51,324 seats)
GelreDome (29,000 seats)
3.875

 

Rotterdam

De Kuip (51,000 seats)

Matches:
Group C – Spain 0-1 Norway
Group D – Denmark 0-3 Netherlands
Group A – Portugal 3-0 Germany
Quarter-final – Netherlands 6-1 Yugoslavia
Final – France 2-1 Italy

Brussels

Stade Roi Baudouin (50,000 seats)

Matches:
Group B – Belgium 2-1 Sweden (opening match)
Group B – Italy 2-0 Belgium
Group B – Turkey 2-0 Belgium
Quarter-final – Italy 2-0 Romania
Semi-final – France 2-1 Portugal

Amsterdam

Amsterdam ArenA (51,324 seats)

Matches:
Group D – Netherlands 1-0 Czech Republic
Group C – Slovenia 1-2 Spain
Group D – France 2-3 Netherlands
Quarter-final – Turkey 0-2 Portugal
Semi-final – Italy 0-0 Netherlands

Jan Breydel Stadion

Jan Breydel Stadion (30,000 seats)

Matches:
Group D – France 3-0 Denmark
Group D – Czech Republic 1-2 France
Group C – Yugoslavia 3-4 Spain
Quarter-final – Spain 1-2 France

Eindhoven

Philips Stadion (33,000 seats)

Matches:
Group A – Portugal 3-2 England
Group B – Sweden 0-0 Turkey
Group B – Italy 2-1 Sweden

Liège

Stade de Sclessin (30,000 seats)

Matches:
Group A – Germany 1-1 Romania
Group C – Norway 0-1 Yugoslavia
Group D – Denmark 0-2 Czech Republic

Charleroi

Stade du Pays de Charleroi (30,000 seats)

Matches:
Group C – Yugoslavia 3-3 Slovenia
Group A – England 1-0 Germany
Group A – England 2-3 Romania

Arnhem

GelreDome (29,000 seats)

Matches:
Group B – Turkey 2-3 Italy
Group A – Romania 0-1 Portugal
Group C – Slovenia 0-0 Norway


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