Eurozone Countries 2020

The term “eurozone” is used to describe the members of the European Union that use the euro as their national currency. As of 2019, the eurozone is made up of 19 of 28 EU states. The remaining 9 member states use their own national currency. However, this may soon change as these member states will be required to adopt the euro in the future. Denmark and the United Kingdom are the only exceptions to this rule.

The EU member states that are designated as the eurozone makes up a total area of over 2.7 million square kilometers. The population based on 2018 estimates tops 341 million people.

As of April 2019, the nations that are a part of the eurozone include:

Austria Belgium Cyprus Estonia Finland, France Germany, Greece Ireland, Italy Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Portugal Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain

There are a handful of countries that have adopted the euro but have formal agreements allowing them to issue their own coins. Those nations are:

Andorra Monaco San Marino Vatican City

Two other nations have also adopted the euro but they are not part of the eurozone. Those nations are Montenegro and Kosovo.

Country Population 2019
Andorra77,142
Austria8,955,102
Belgium11,539,328
Cyprus1,198,575
Estonia1,325,648
Finland5,532,156
France65,129,728
Germany83,517,045
Greece10,473,455
Ireland4,882,495
Italy60,550,075
Latvia1,906,743
Lithuania2,759,627
Luxembourg615,729
Malta440,372
Monaco38,964
Netherlands17,097,130
Portugal10,226,187
San Marino33,860
Slovakia5,457,013
Slovenia2,078,654
Spain46,736,776
Vatican City799