UEFA EURO Championship

Lower hotel rates for UEFA EURO 2020

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – Euro Champs 2016

Rome, Munich and London are just some of the iconic cities who will welcome football fans from across the globe at the UEFA EURO 2020. The tournament kicks off as scheduled – just one year later and with some cut-rate deals.

The European Qualifiers play-offs, which has been rearranged for 8 October and 12 November, will decide the final four places at the tournament and confirm all 24 participants of the continental showdown.

It will be vital for media, sponsors and fans to have a robust logistical plan in place to deal with the travel involved with the tournament taking place across the continent for the first time.

Khaya’s accommodation and transport services are available in each host city and with hotel rates in several of the host cities having already lowered their rates for 2021, Khaya can help you benefit from the price drop.

Please get in touch with your account manager or contact us on [email protected] for more information.