The total prize pool of the European Football Championship in 2020 will be 371 million euros. This was stated by UEFA Secretary General Teodor Theodoridis during the Congress of the European Headquarters in Bratislava. This is € 70 million more than the Euro 2016 prize pool in France, which was 301 million euros.
The winner of Euro 2020 will receive € 34 million. Euro 2020 will be held from 13 June to 12 July in 13 European cities – London, Munich, Baku, St. Petersburg, Rome, Copenhagen, Bucharest, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bilbao, Budapest, Brussels and Glasgow. Semi-finals and finals will be played in London.