National Arena in Bucharest will host matches of the EURO 2020 Group C, according to the draw on Thursday, UEFA has announced.
The matches of Group C will be played in Amsterdam and Bucharest.
Group A matches will be hosted by Rome and Baku, Group B matches by Sankt Petersburg and Copenhagen, Group D matches will be hosted by London and Glasgow, Group E matches by Bilbao and Dublin and Group F matches by Munich and Budapest.
If the national team qualifies to the final tournament, Romania will play at least two matches on the National Arena.
The EURO 2020 opening match will be played on the Olympic Stadium in Rome.
UEFA has withdrawn Brussels from the list of organising cities for EURO 2020 and has decided that the matches will be played on Wembley Stadium in London instead.
UEFA’s Executive Committee has unanimously decided to withdraw Brussels as the Belgian organisers could not guarantee that the stadium to host the matches will be completed in due time.
The EURO 2020 final tournament will mark 60 years since the first edition and will be played in 12 cities throughout Europe.