France and Romania are going to kick off Euro 2016 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis this evening. This year's European Championship is going to be the biggest ever with 24 teams competing over the course of 51 games. They will be staged in 10 locations across France.
The Stade de France is the tournament's largest venue with a capacity of 80,000 while the Stade Municipal in Toulouse is the smallest with a 33,000 capacity. Euro 2016 venues will have an average capacity of 48,800, playing host to 5.1 matches each.
This chart shows stadia hosting Euro 2016 games in France by city and capacity.
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