There are a few sports in the world, if any, that are so loved as football is. Football it created friendships that last forever, or it can break families or even trigger riots. People all over the world are incredible passionate about this ball sport. They paint their face in the colors of the team they support, and they go to extreme lengths to find a way to get to championships.
A very important word in football “mythology” is team. Team is at the essence of the game of football and everyone becomes one for a single goal of being the champions. This idea of team is at the core of UEFA Euro 2021.
This year’s Euro 2021 will not be a “game of one country”, but it will imply a team.
To celebrate 60 years since the first tournament, this years’ edition of Euro 2020 will be “a party all over Europe”. This means the host for the 2021 championship will not be just one country as in the past. The matches will be held in 12 countries all over Europe. It’s worth mentioning that only for the second time in the history of Euro 2021, there are 24 teams that qualified for the current championship.
The teams are competing first to qualify in football matches that take place between March 2019 and November 2019. All teams that qualify to play in the UEFA Championship are going to compete with each other in games starting with June 12th and ending with the finals on July 12th, 2021.
The 12 venues hosting this incredible European party are: Johann Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan, San Mames in Bilbao, Spain, Arena Nationala in Bucharest, Romania, Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary, Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark, Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany, Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy, Krestovsky Stadium in Sankt Petersburg, Russia. The semi-finals and finals will be held in a city considered the “home of football”: London on Wembley Stadium.
The UEFA Euro 2021 matches that will be held in Germany will find their home at Allianz Arena in Munich. This is a famous stadium in the world for its design and history. The interesting design of the stadium made it unique in the world: its outer shell shines in million color shades that change all the time. Allianz Arena in Munich is the second largest stadium in Germany, and it was also the home of UEFA Champions League final in 2012. It has a 75000 seats capacity and it is the home of the national team of Germany.
There will be 4 matches to be played on the Allianz Arena for Euro 2021. The first one will be held on June 16th, a group F match, between France and Germany. The second one will be on June 20th between Portugal and Germany. The third one will be on June 24th, and the last will be a quarter finals match on July 3rd.
As I was saying football championships are events to which everyone wants to go to. That makes those dates and venues and cities extremely busy and hard to book or get in or around the days these events are hosted.
Getting from the airport to the hotel or directly to a game during such busy moments could prove to be a very challenging task. That is why it is probably best to previously arrange your trip from the beginning to the end. Book a chauffeur service to get to your Euro 2021 game in Munich and you will be able to travel safely and in style, without any stress on your mind.
Another big advantage of booking a chauffeur service is the fact that you will not have to worry about finding a place to park, if you decide to rent a car or use your own. If you are travelling in a group, this kind of service might offer you a minibus to accommodate everyone. You will be transferred together, and you will be able to enjoy a drink, a laugh and a talk on your way to an incredible football match.
This is a service you can use yourself as a treat, but it is also something you can offer as an incentive for your employees or as a gift for your clients or partners. When you want to have fun, it is best not to get worried about anything else not even the simple fact of getting where you need or want to.