Four matches of the tournament are scheduled to be played in St. Petersburg.
The UEFA delegation visiting St. Petersburg with an inspection on September 9-12 commended how the city infrastructure is prepared for Euro 2020 matches.
The UEFA delegation had a plenary meeting with the city administration at the stadium on Krestovsky Island, where four games of the Euro 2020 Championship.
Vladimir Kirillov, Vice Governor of St. Petersburg, said the city government is working consistently and systematically on the plan previously agreed upon, which include over 130 measures aimed at preparing the sports, transport, engineering, healthcare, hotel, and communication infrastructure and other city objects as well as security arrangements.
The UEFA Euro 2020 tournament is scheduled to be held from June 12 till July 12. Twelve European cities will host matches, St. Petersburg will host three group stage matches and one quarter-final game.