Dublin to host Euro 2020 games

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It's been announced that the Aviva Stadium will host three first round games and a last-16 tie during Euro 2020. 

The announcement was made in Geneva by UEFA president, Michel Platini. 

Copenhagen, Bucharest, Amsterdam, Bilbao, Budapest, Brussels and Glasgow are the other cities to secure last-16 ties as well as group stage encounters. 

Wembley Stadium has been announced as the host city of the final and semi finals. 

While Munich, Baku, St. Petersburg and Rome will each host a quarter final and three group stage games.