Budapest will host Group F matches on June 16, 20 and 24. It will host a Round of 16 match on June 28. All matches will take place in the 67,000-seat Puskás Ferenc Stadium, of which construction is in the finishing stages.
During a visit to Puskás Ferenc Stadium on Sunday, UEFA chairman Aleksander Ceferin said the venue is “quite impressive”. He added that “it’s new, it’s modern, it has some tradition.”
Some 2.5 million tickets are expected to be sold for UEFA EURO 2020.