Budapest is only one city which confirmed to host spectators at full capacity this summer at Euro 2020 matches.
Puskas Arena is a football stadium in the Budapest, Hungary.
The stadium's construction started in 2017 and was finished before the end of 2019. It is an all-seater with a capacity of 67,215. The Hungarian Football Federation will meet all UEFA and FIFA stadium requirements and expects to be awarded the 5-star rating. On 15 November 2019 the arena was opened by the match Hungary-Uruguay. The idea to invite the Uruguay national football team came from Károly Jankovics who is the leader of the Hungarian community in Montevideo, Uruguay. On 19 September 2014, UEFA selected Budapest to host three group stage matches and one round of 16 game at the UEFA Euro 2020.