Stuttgart's Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion will host six matches, including the penultimate game for third place.
The ground, which used to be called the Neckar-Stadion, hosted Germany's first match after the Second World War.
It also witnessed the country's first international as a reunified country in 1990 and the international retirement of present coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
VfB Stuttgart's 47,000-capacity ground was also the venue for the 1993 athletics World Championships.
FIXTURES (all times BST)
Tue 13 June (1700): France v Switzerland (Gp G)
Fri 16 June (1700): Holland v Ivory Coast (Gp C)
Mon 19 June (2000): Spain v Tunisia (Gp H)
Thu 22 June (2000): Croatia v Australia (Gp F)
Sun 25 June (1600): England v Ecuador (2nd round)
Sat 8 July (2000): Germany v Portugal (3rd/4th place play-off)
DID YOU KNOW?
The ground's two new video screens have a 115 sq m viewable area and are the biggest of their kind in Europe.