Leipzig Stadium Euro 2024 – Tickets Guide, Schedule, History, Facts & More

Here’s a concise guide to Leipzig Stadium for UEFA EURO 2024:

Matches to be played – Schedule

Leipzig Stadium will host four matches during UEFA EURO 2024. Here’s the complete schedule:

  1. 18 June 2024 at 21:00: Portugal vs Czechia
  2. 21 June 2024 at 21:00: Netherlands vs France
  3. 24 June 2024 at 21:00: Croatia vs Italy
  4. 02 July 2024 at 21:00: Round of 16 (opponent teams to be determined)

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Remember that all match times are local (CEST), and stadium gates open three hours before kick-off. If you’re attending, public transport is the most convenient option, and if you have a match ticket, you’ll get a 36-hour travel pass for the entire MDV network. Enjoy the matches! 🎉⚽ For more details, you can check the official UEFA EURO 2024 Leipzig Stadium page.🏟️

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Leipzig Stadium Overview:

Stadium Facts:

  • Previously known as the Zentralstadion, it hosted matches during the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup and the FIFA World Cup in 2006.
  • The state-of-the-art roof provides excellent acoustics, making it a popular venue for concerts by artists like Tina Turner, AC/DC, and Bruce Springsteen

Travel Tips

If you’re attending UEFA EURO 2024 matches at Leipzig Stadium, here are some travel tips to make your experience smooth:

  1. Sustainable Travel: Leipzig is well-connected by train, making it the most convenient option. Consider choosing train or long-distance bus travel over flights to reduce your carbon impact during EURO 2024. Match ticket holders get discounted national and international train tickets through our partner Deutsche Bahn.
  2. Public Transport: Use public transport within Leipzig and between Host Cities. Leipzig ticket holders receive a 36 Hour Travel Pass for the entire MDV (Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund) network at no additional cost. This network extends beyond Leipzig’s city borders, allowing you to explore the whole region by public transport.
  3. Stadium Parking: No parking will be available at Leipzig Stadium on matchdays. Opt for public transport instead.
  4. Valid Documents: Ensure you have the relevant valid documents for travel to Germany. If you’re coming from within the EU/Schengen Area, you can use your national ID card or passport. For those entering from outside these areas (e.g., the UK), a passport meeting Schengen Area entry requirements is necessary. Some fans may also need a visa; check Germany’s Federal Foreign Office website for details.
  5. Key Timings:
    • Airport to stadium: Approximately 1 hour by public transport.
    • Airport to Central station: About 15 minutes by public transport.
    • Central station to Fan Zone: A quick 2-minute ride.
    • Central station to stadium: Around 10 minutes by public transport.
    • Fan Zone to stadium: Approximately 15 minutes by public transport.

Remember that all timings are approximate, and it’s wise to allow extra time during busy hours. Enjoy the matches and explore Leipzig! 🏟️⚽

For more details, visit the official UEFA EURO 2024 Leipzig Travel page

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