Amsterdam will function as the playing city of the European Championship this summer.

On Friday, UEFA approved the KNVB's plan to allow at least twelve thousand spectators into the Johan Cruijff ArenA.

Dublin and Bilbao are no longer the venue of the tournament.

The national governments of Ireland and Spain did not allow spectators to be admitted.

The matches of Bilbao in Basque will be played in Seville in southern Spain.

London and St. Petersburg divide the duels that were planned in Dublin.

Those two cities have already hosted other European Championship matches.

Germany's Munich received a last-minute commitment from the German government on Friday to welcome 14,500 fans.

UEFA assessed the plans of the twelve intended host cities on Friday.

At the beginning of this month, they had to submit a plan for admitting audiences to competitions.

The Orange plays all group duels in Amsterdam

The three group matches of the Dutch will be played in Amsterdam and a game in the eighth finals.

If the corona numbers have fallen in June, more than twelve thousand spectators may be admitted.

Like Amsterdam, most other host cities submitted a plan to fill approximately 25 percent of the stadium. Budapest even wants to fill the stadium completely and Saint Petersburg and Baku are betting on half-filled stadiums.