The Oranje were widely expected to welcome their rivals to face them on home soil, as only them and Group A4 opponents Belgium, Poland and Wales expressed an interest in staging the knockout finale.
Having seen off the trio to qualify as group winners, the Netherlands will now welcome Croatia, Italy and Spain next year for the climax to the 2022-2023 edition.
In the absence of the Johan Cruyff Arena and Philips Stadion due to concerts, the matches will be played instead at Feyenoord's De Kuip and De Grolsch Veste - the home of FC Twente.
The tournament commences with the semi-finals on June 14 and June 15, while the final and third-place play-off will take place on June 18.
The draw to determine the last-four pairings will be made at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon next January.