Matches: Four group stage fixtures, one quarter-final, one semi-final
Built two years before World War II broke out in 1937, Stade Velodrome will become the first stadium in Europe to host a semi-final in three different European Championships.
The first of those, a 3-0 win for Soviet Union over Czechoslovakia at Euro 1960, was played in front of just 25,000 spectators, before improvement works in the seventies allowed more than 54,000 to watch France beat Portugal at Euro 1984.
The removal of a cycling track in 1985 ended Stade Velodrome's days as a multi-purpose arena, bringing Marseille's supporters closer to the action and creating one of Europe's most intimidating matchday experiences.
Watch Stade Velodrome's inauguration video following the 2014 renovation
Following a complete renovation for the 1998 World Cup, Marseille were asked by UEFA to install a roof in time for Euro 2016, using the opportunity to increase their capacity by a further 7,000 to 67,394.
It took 40,000 cubic metres of concrete to complete the project which also includes better media facilities and improved access for disabled visitors.
All six matches hosted here, including France's second group stage fixture, will take place in the evening, promising to serve up an even greater atmosphere at the tournament's second largest stadium.