#7. Stade Geoffroy-Guichard
It’s certainly the most unusual name of a stadium at Euro 16 but the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard is one of the more attractive arenas on the list. The home of Saint-Etienne is the second smallest arena being used and has a capacity of 42,000. It was opened in 1931 and was renovated for the Euros this summer. The four stands were enclosed and a stadium which once resembled Villa Park now looks like a brand new stadium. It will play host to four matches this summer including Slovakia versus England and Portugal versus Iceland.