UEFA Under 21 European Championship in Poland starts in June

In Gdynia, General, Sport

Six stadiums in Poland will host the 21 games of UEFA Under 21 European Championship involving 12 national teams. Gdynia will host three of these games in a competition. Ticket prices are ranging from 15 to 40 PLN.

UEFA Under 21 European Championship

Poland is hosting UEFA Under 21 European Championship next June. The competition starts on June 16th at Kielce Stadium and ends 14 days later with a final held at the stadium in Krakow on the last day of June.

Twelve national teams, with players born in 1994 or later, will participate in this tournament. This includes holders Sweden, runner-up from 2015 UEFA Under 21 European Championship Portugal as well as Spain, winner in 2011 and 2013.

Group A

Kielce Stadium, with around 14000 seating capacity, and Arena Lublin, with capacity for about 1000 more, were selected to host Group A games. This group includes Poland, England, Slovakia and Sweden. England will play all its group games in Lublin.

Group B

Group B games will take place at the stadium, in Bydgoszcz, and also in Stadion GOSIR (Stadion Miejski w Gdyni), in Gdynia, with Serbia playing always in Bydgoszcz, while Portugal, Spain and Macedonia will twice in Gdynia and one time in Bydgoszcz.

Zdzislaw Krzyszkowiak Stadium in Bydgoszcz has a sitting capacity for around 20000 viewers. The home ground for Arka Gdynia, inaugurated six years ago, can seat around 15000 people.

Group C

Krakow and Tychy are going to host Group C games. Czech Republic playing all its games in Stadion Miejski Tychy while Germany, Italy and Denmark will play two times in Marszlek Pilsudski Stadion and one time in Tychy. Both stadiums can seat around 15000 in attendance.


Tickets for all group games are already available for prices ranging 15 to 25 PLN. A ticket for the semifinals in Tychy and Krakow costs from 20 up to 30 PLN. Prices for tickets to the final match are between 30 and 40 PLN. All tickets can be bought online in u21poland.kupbilet.pl.