UK and Ireland bid to host Euro 2028

The UK and Ireland have submitted a tentative bid to host the 2028 European Championships. The information is posted on the pages of the website of the Football Association of England.

The application includes 14 stadiums from the following cities: Birmingham, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Sunderland, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Cardiff.

At the same time, only ten stadiums will be included in the final application, which UEFA will receive in April 2023. They will be selected following consultations scheduled for early next year.

We add that the next European Championship will be held in 2024 in Germany.

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