The 2020 European Championships will have no single host nation but matches will be played across Europe instead.
Euro 2020 will have 24 participating nations and the group stage, second round and quarter finals will be played in 12 cities across the continent with the semi-finals and finals in one country with either Berlin's Olympic Stadium, Munich's Allianz Arena or London's Wembley Stadium looking likely venues.
Indeed in September 2014, Wembley was chosen to host the final and one semi-final. Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland and Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland will host last-16 games and three matches in the group stages.
The quarter-finals and three group games will be held in Baku (Azerbaijan), Munich (Germany), Rome (Italy) and St Petersburg (Russia).
Other host cities staging three group games and a last 16 game are: Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bilbao (Spain), Budapest (Hungary), Brussels (Belgium), and Copenhagen (Denmark).
Host nations will not qualify automatically. Ten of the 12 stadia chosen will need a capacity of at least 50,000 spectators with the four stadia for the quarter finals having at least a 60,000 capacity.
Follow all the games and results from all the qualifying groups in our Euro 2020 qualification section.
Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to keep up with the latest European Championship news and get the chance to win one of our regular free prizes.