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Football's rock 'n' roll tour

Updated 1251 GMT (2051 HKT) September 19, 2014
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Like a Rolling Stone ... European's football's governing body UEFA has decided to hold its Euro 2020 tournament in 13 different cities. Kevin Winter/Getty Images
London's Wembley Stadium, which has a 90,000 capacity, has been awarded the right to stage the semifinals and final. Phil Cole/Getty Images/file
Scotland's largest city Glasgow hosted the 2014 Commonwealth Games and will also stage Euro 2020 matches. Nicol Nicolson/CNN
Spain's Bilbao will host three group games and one round-of-16 match at the impressive new San Mames stadium. Rafa Rivas/AFP/Getty Images
Baku in Azerbaijan is also on UEFA's Euro 2020 list. Here former West Germany goalkeeper Hans Tilkowski (left) and ex-England striker Geoff Hurst stand next to the statue of Tofig Bahramov at Baku's national stadium -- named after the 1966 World Cup final linesman -- during a visit to mark 100 years of Football in June 2011. Getty Images
Whatever you do, make sure you take time to get on your bike in Amsterdam -- which will host three group matches and one last-16 game. Franc Fife/AFP/Getty Images
Munich's Allianz Arena will light up Euro 2020 with three group games and one quarterfinal. Getty Images
If you are a cultural buff don't forget to visit St. Petersburg's State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace. The Russian city will host three group games and a quarterfinal. Courtesy TripAdvisor
Europe's top football gladiators will also strut their stuff in Rome during Euro 2020. The Italian capital will stage three group games and a quarterfinal. Courtesy Rome Cavalieri
Dublin will join in the Euro 2020 party with three group matches and a last-16 game. PETER MUHLY/AFP/Getty Images
Regarded as one Europe's most beautiful cities, Budapest will stage three group games and one round-of-16 match. ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP/Getty Images
After watching any of the four matches in Bucharest, don't forget to visit the Parliament Palace, the world's second-largest building. ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images
Recently named the healthiest city in the world, "Beautiful, Beautiful Copenhagen" could be the perfect tonic for any football fan who might overindulge in Euro 2020. Danielle Dellorto/CNN
When in Brussels, don't forget to nibble on a waffle. Like Copenhagen, the Belgian capital is one of eight cities to host a last-16 match. Mark Renders/Getty Images