12 days, 12 countries, 22 shows for WWE Euro tour


RAW and Smackdown Superstars and Divas will embark on the yearly post-WrestleMania unforgiving tour of Europe, with 12 days on the road and a total of 22 consecutive shows.

The tour will take the WWE crew to 12 different countries – Netherlands, Ireland, France, Switzerland, England, Belgium, Russia, Poland, Italy, Germany, Wales, and Scotland.

The RAW side starts on April 17 with a show at the Ahoy Rotterdam in Rotterdam, Netherlands. On the 18th it’s at the   Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Ireland. On the 18th at The O2 in Dublin, Ireland. Paris, France, is on the schedule next on the 20th with a show at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy and the next day, the 21st, at the Arena Geneve in Geneva, Switzerland. RAW taping is on the 22nd at the London O2 Arena in London, England, followed by a show at the Nottingham Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England, on the 23rd and then on the 24th at the Country Hall Liege in Liege, Belgium. On the 25th and 26th they travel to Russia for one show at the Ice Palace in St. Petersburg, and another at the Luzhniki Small Sports Arena in Moscow. The tour wraps up for RAW with a stop in Lodz, Poland, at the Atlas Arena on the 27th.

The Smackdown crew will kick things off on the 18th of April in Glasgow, Scotland, at the Glasgow Braehead Arena. On the 19th it’s off to the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, England, and then on the 20th in Birmingham, England, at the LG Arena. On the 21st they go to Sheffield, England, at the Sheffield Motorpoint Arena before heading off to Wales on the 22nd at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. Smackdown TV taping will be held at the London O2 Arena in London, England, on the 23rd, and then another show at Le Galaxie in Amneville, France, on the 24th. Two shows in Italy on the 25th and 26th, one in Bologna, at the Unipol Arena and another one in Trieste and the Pala Trieste. The final two shows are in Germany, on the 27th in Mannheim at the SAP Arena and then on the 28th at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne.