|Thursday, 18 April|| arm rus eng |
Wembley Stadium will host the final and semi-finals of Euro 2020, European governing body Uefa has confirmed, the BBC reports.
Glasgow's Hampden Park and Dublin's Aviva Stadium will host last 16 matches and three group games.
The English Football Association won unanimously after the German FA (DFB) withdrew just before the Uefa vote to focus on a bid to stage Euro 2024.
Cardiff missed out as one of the 13 venues that will host matches for the first pan-continental Euros.
England's FA chairman Greg Dyke, 67, said: "This bidding process was open to more than 50 Uefa countries so for Wembley to be ultimately recognised in this way is testament to a lot of hard work behind the scenes."