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UEFA has invited the Royal Mint of Spain to participate in the official collector coin program for the UEFA European Football Championship to be held from June 14 to July 14, 2024. Germany will host Euro 2024, the first time Germany has hosted the UEFA European Championship since reunification. 24 teams will fight for the European Cup, one of them will be Spain.

On the reverse, an image of a footballer shooting a soccer ball is depicted. The logo of the tournament to be held in Germany appears at the top of the coin. Surrounding the central area, a detail of the roof and the stands of a soccer stadium is reproduced in color.

The obverse shows the portrait of His Majesty King Felipe VI. In the upper part appears the legend FELIPE VI KING OF SPAIN. The lower part shows the mint year 2024.

Information about the Coin
Denomination 8 Reales  
Year 2024  
Colour Yes  
Quality Proof  
Diameter (mm) 40  
Face Value (Euro) 10
Alloy (‰) 925  
Metal Silver  
Weight (g) 27  
Maximum Mintage (units) 6,000  


Germany will host UEFA EURO 2024 after being chosen to host the 17th UEFA European Championship at the UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Nyon on 27 September 2018. Turkey was the only other country to bid to host UEFA EURO 2024.

The format will be the same as for UEFA EURO 2020. The top two from each of the six groups in the finals will go into the round of 16 along with the three best third-placed teams.

The ten venues chosen to host matches in the tournament include nine of the stadiums used at the 2006 World Cup plus the Düsseldorf Arena.

The Munich Football Arena will host EURO matches for the second consecutive tournament. Bayern Munich's stadium was one of 11 stadiums to host UEFA EURO 2020 matches.

The host cities are as follows:

Berlin: Olympiastadion Berlin (current capacity: 70,000)
Cologne: Cologne Stadium (47,000)
Dortmund: BVB Stadion Dortmund (66,000)
Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf Arena (47,000)
Frankfurt: Frankfurt Arena (48,000)
Gelsenkirchen: Arena AufSchalke (50,000)
Hamburg: Volksparkstadion Hamburg (50,000)
Leipzig: Leipzig Stadium (42,000)
Munich: Munich Football Arena (67,000)
Stuttgart: Stuttgart Arena (54,000)

Berlin's Olympiastadion will host the final on Sunday, July 14, 2014.