Eurostadium was a proposed stadium in Grimbergen, Belgium, just north of Brussels. It would have had a capacity of 62,613. In June 2015, the building deadline was set for 2019. It would have hosted matches for UEFA Euro 2020, and would have become the home ground of the national football team of Belgium.
The initial plans intended for it to be the home ground of RSC Anderlecht as well, but they withdrew from the project in an early stage. In contrast to the current stadium at the Heysel Plateau, the King Baudouin Stadium, it would no longer contain an athletics track.


In March 2015, the City of Brussels council chose the Ghelamco/BAM Consortium as best candidate to finance, build and exploit the stadium. During the years that followed however, the project was plagued by numerous political delays. Anderlecht eventually pulled out of the project in February 2017.
Because of the delays, concerns rose that the stadium would not be built in time for Euro 2020, or even at all. On 7 December 2017, the UEFA Executive Committee decided, due to these delays and the uncertainty the stadium would be completed in time, to remove Brussels as a host city for Euro 2020. The games scheduled to be held there were instead awarded to Wembley Stadium in London.
On 30 January 2018, Flemish Minister Joke Schauvliege rejected the application from Ghelamco for an environmental permit, and as a result, the project was cancelled.