UK and Ireland have submitted a bid to host the Euro 2028. Wembley, Villa Park, Everton Stadium, London Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Wembley, Etihad Stadium, St. James’ Park, Stadium of Light, Old Trafford, the Aviva Arena and Croke Park in Dublin, the Casement Park Stadium in Belfast, Hampden Park in Glasgow, and Cardiff’s Principality Stadium could all host games. UEFA will get a final list of 10 stadiums in April 2023. The bid dossier is alleged to include “”Football for all” serves as the tournament’s catchphrase, which is a clear and powerful concept. Football, permanently. the future of football”
“We are happy that representatives from the governments of the UK, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland support this application,” UK and Ireland said in a statement after submitting a bid to host Euro 2028. “Together, we are confident that we can produce a world-class event that will leave a lasting legacy for soccer and society at large, spurring economic development in the towns where it is held in 2028. Because of our long history of successfully hosting major sporting events, the UK and Ireland have the know-how and experience to elevate this competition to new heights.”
Turkey is challenging the UK-Ireland bid, and the UEFA executive committee will decide which country will host Euro 2028 and Euro 2032 in September of next year. Prior to focusing on the Euros, the UK and Ireland had initially conducted a feasibility study to examine the prospect of bidding for the 2030 World Cup.
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