UEFA Euro 2000

Euro 2000 Stadiums – Netherlands & Belgium – in numbers

Teams: 16
Playing venues: 8
Matches: 31

Opening match: Stade Roi Baudouin
Final: De Kuip

Average venue capacity: 38,041 seats
Largest venue: Amsterdam ArenA (51,324 seats)
Smallest venue: GelreDome (29,000 seats)
Average no. of matches per venue: 3.875

Rotterdam

De Kuip | Capacity: 51,000 seats | Opening: 1937

De Kuip

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 | Capacity: 50,000 seats | Opening: 1939

Stade Roi Baudouin

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 | Capacity: 51,324 seats | Opening: 1996

Amsterdam ArenA

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


Bruges

Jan Breydel Stadion | Capacity: 30,000 seats | Opening: 1975

Jan Breydel Stadion

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 | Capacity: 35,000 seats | Opening: 1913

Philips Stadion

Matches:

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


Liege

Stade de Sclessin | Capacity: 30,000 seats | Opening: 1909

Stade de Sclessin

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 | Capacity: 30,000 seats | Opening: 1939

Stade du Pays de Charleroi

Matches:

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


Arnhem

GelreDome | Capacity: 29,000 seats | Opening: 1998

GelreDome

Matches:

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