With coronavirus restrictions easing to allow fans back into stadiums, there have been some atmosphere in the 11 host cities at Euro 2020. More in some than others.
Budapest plans to welcome all fans, while St. Petersburg and Baku hope to use 50% of their stadium capacity.
But other major cities like Amsterdam, Bucharest, Munich and London are being more cautious with attendances that could fluctuate according to how the virus develops.
If things progress favorably in England the 90,000-capacity Wembley Stadium in London could be at more than 25% capacity for the semifinals and the final on July 11.
Here are some of the most memorable ones that caught our eye so far!