|Owners||Municipality of Bucharest|
|Broke ground||20 February 2008|
|Opened||6 September 2011|
|Tenants|| Romania national football team|
|Field dimensions||105 x 68m|
|Highest attendance|| 53,329 (Romania-Netherlands, |
1–4, 16 October 2012)
Arena Națională (aˈrenə nat͡sioˈnalə, National Arena) is the national stadium of Romania, in the Lia Manoliu National Sports Complex in Bucharest. Opened in 2011, it replaced the former National Stadium. It was built for the Romania national football team, hosting its games as well as the Romanian Cup Final and the Romanian Supercup.
The 2012 UEFA Europa League Final was held at the new stadium. This was the first final of a major European football club competition hosted by Romania. UEFA has announced that the UEFA Euro 2020 Finals would be held in multiple cities all over Europe in a pan-European tournament format to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the tournament. On September 19, 2014 Bucharest has won the UEFA Euro 2020 bids and it was decided that the National Arena will host four matches (as part of the 'Standard Package'), consisting of three group stage matches + one round of 16/quarter-final match.
|UEFA Euro 2021 stadiums|
|Johan Cruyff Arena (Amsterdam) · Olympic Stadium (Baku) · San Mamés Stadium (Bilbao) · Arena Națională (Bucharest) · Puskás Aréna (Budapest) · Parken Stadium (Copenhagen) · Aviva Stadium (Dublin) · Hampden Park (Glasgow) · Wembley Stadium (London) · Allianz Arena (Munich) · Stadio Olimpico (Rome) · Krestovsky Stadium (St Petersburg)|
|Liga I stadiums 2017-18|
Anghel Iordănescu · Arena Națională · Concordia · Dan Păltinișanu · Dinamo · Dr. Constantin Rădulescu · Emil Alexandrescu · Gaz Metan · Ilie Oană · Ion Oblemenco · Marin Anastasovici · Municipal (Botoșani) · Municipal (Sfântu Gheorghe) · Viitorul