Euro 2024 - European Championship Matches in Stuttgart

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Stuttgart hosts four group matches and a quarter-final.

Euro 2024 Host Cities

Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart.

Visiting Stuttgart

Where to Stay in Stuttgart.

Weather in Stuttgart.

Top Attractions in Stuttgart

Stuttgart is a beautiful city in southern Germany, known for its rich history, stunning architecture, beautiful landscapes, and significant contributions to the automotive industry.

Stuttgart offers a mix of cultural, historical, and modern attractions, making it a delightful destination for any traveler. Enjoy your visit!

Stuttgart Highlights


The main shopping street in Stuttgart, offering a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Ludwigsburg Palace

Just outside Stuttgart, this grand Baroque palace and its beautiful gardens are worth the short trip.

Nicknamed the 'Versailles of Swabia', Ludwigsburg Palace is a 452-room palace complex of 18 buildings located in Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg.

Mercedes-Benz Museum

The Mercedes-Benz Museum covers the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand and the brands associated with it.

Porsche Museum

Another essential stop for car lovers, the Porsche Museum presents the history and models of this iconic brand.

Visit the Porsche Museum to explore over 80 vehicles that showcase the history of Porsche from racing and sports cars to production models and prototypes.

Learn about the early years and the present days of Porsche's legacy.

Stuttgart State Gallery (Staatsgalerie)

This The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart features an extensive collection of European art from the 14th to the 21st centuries.

Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Garden

A unique combination of a zoo, botanical garden, and historic site, Wilhelma is perfect for a family outing.

TV Tower (Fernsehturm Stuttgart)

For a panoramic view of Stuttgart, visit the TV Tower (SWR Fernsehturm Stuttgart), the first of its kind constructed from reinforced concrete.

Cultural Experiences

Opera and Ballet

Stuttgart’s State Opera (Staatsoper Stuttgart) and Ballet are world-renowned and offer exceptional performances.

Wine Tours

The region around Stuttgart is known for its vineyards. Take a tour to taste local wines and enjoy the scenic countryside.

Outdoor Activities

Killesberg Park

Known for its beautiful gardens, this park also has a small train for kids and offers great views of the city.


A large park in the city centre, ideal for a relaxing stroll or picnic.

Regional Dishes to Try in Stuttgart


A Swabian specialty similar to ravioli, filled with meat or vegetables.


A type of soft egg noodle, often served with cheese (Käsespätzle).


Roast beef with onions, usually served with Spätzle.

Practical Tips


Book your accommodation in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons or major events.


While German is the official language, many people in Stuttgart speak English, especially in tourist areas.


Stuttgart has an efficient public transport system, including trams, buses, and trains.

Consider getting a day pass if you plan to travel a lot within the city.

Day Trips From Stuttgart

Black Forest

Explore this famous forested mountain range known for its picturesque villages and hiking trails.


A charming city with a historic old town and a renowned university, about an hour's drive from Stuttgart.


A picturesque university town with a beautiful medieval centre.

Euro 2024 - European Championship Matches in Stuttgart

The Ball is Round Euro 2024 Group Stage

Sunday, 16th June

Group C

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A throw-in, flicked on by Jonas Wind to Christian Eriksen; who chests the ball down, gets his body low and hits the ball on the half volley.

A classy goal, from a classy player with plenty of back story, to deservedly fire Denmark ahead in the 17th minute.

Another hour of football would be played before Slovakia's Erik Janža could level the score; firing in from the edge of the area, after a Danish corner is flicked away, helped along by a deflection off Hjulmand to wrong-foot Kasper Schmeichel.

Wednesday, 19th June

Group A

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Hungary dealt with the initial threat from  Musiala and Gündoğan then gave the ball back to them; Gündoğan picking it up and playing back to Musiala who opened the scoring for the hosts in the 22nd minute.

The second goal took a while coming. Smooth movement from German created the space for İlkay Gündoğan to sweep the ball home with his left foot. Not a thrilling match, but Germany are looking good candidates to go all the way.

Sunday, 23rd June

Group A

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Hungary hit the woodwork from a free-kick, just before half-time and later hit the post in the second minute of time added on.

Kevin Csoboth made up for that miss eight minutes later, to get the three points for Hungary.

Scotland complained about not getting awarded a penalty in the 79th minute, but in all fairness it looked like Stuart Armstrong wrestled the defender to the ground with a grip on his shirt.

If all that wasn't drama enough, Hungary's Barnabas Varga was taken to hospital after a clash with Scotland goalkeeper, Angus Gunn.

Wednesday, 26th June

Group E

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Belgium qualify without looking like they deserved it. Next up, France.

Ukraine are out, with four points.

Knockout Stage - The Road to Berlin.

Euro 2024 Quarter-finals

Friday, 5th July

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The two highest scorerers go head to head. This could have been the final; but it's Stuttgart, and not Berlin.

After an intense first-half without a goal, Dani Olmo made it advantage Spain, six minutes after the restart.

Germany tried hard to equalise and give something for the home fans to cheer about.

Then just as England fans thought they might be able to snap up tickets for the final, Florian Wirtz pulled the hosts level with a minute to go.

Spain really thought they'd won it too early and were taken in to extra-time.

Then just as it looked like we were preparing for penalties, Spain's Mikel Merino sent the hosts home. Sorry; to Majorca.

To Munich for the semi-final.

The Ball is Round Euro 2024 Host Cities

Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart.

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