UK & Ireland confirm joint Euro 2028 bid

NewsUK & Ireland confirm joint Euro 2028 bid

The United Kingdom and Ireland have confirmed their intention to host the 2028 European Championship. It will mean for the first time in the history of the tournament that it will be spread over five countries. Another candidate for organizing the tournament is Turkey.

In a joint-statement, the FA, Scottish FA, Welsh FA, Irish FA and FAI said: “Today, the UK and Ireland final bid to host UEFA EURO 2028 has been submitted. The bid is a detailed plan that shows how our nations are collaborating to stage an historic football festival for all of Europe and take the tournament to new heights. An online presentation of our compelling bid, including a joint statement of support by our Heads of Governments, is here.”

“We are delighted to propose to UEFA and the European football family a world-class stadia concept tailor made for EURO 2028. This plan is enhanced by our excellent technical facilities and operational experience. High-capacity, world-famous football grounds and state-of-the-art new venues will provide the platform for the biggest and most commercially successful UEFA EURO ever – making us a low risk, high reward host:”

Stadium list for Euro 2028

  • Wembley (London)
  • National Stadium of Wales (Cardiff)
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London)
  • Etihad Stadium (Manchester)
  • Everton Stadium (Liverpool)
  • St James’ Park (Newcastle)
  • Villa Park (Birmingham)
  • Hamden Park (Glasgow)
  • Dublin Arena (Dublin)
  • Casement Park (Belfast)


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