UEFA Euro 2028 to be staged at ten stadiums by GB and Ireland joint bidders


Britain and Ireland have confirmed they may use 10 stadiums to accommodate the European Championship 2028, but their joint Championship 2028, but joint b bid submitted on Wednesday left out Manchester United’s Old Trafford and Liverpool’s Anfield.

Proposals from the Football Associations of England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales included Wembley Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

In addition, the Turkish Football Federation and the Italian Football Federation have submitted bid dossiers to host Euro 2028 or 2032, respectively.

UEFA’s authorities committee will vote in October to determine the hosts of every tournament, the governing body said on Wednesday.

Britain and Ireland said their bid would “take the tournament to new heights” and that it was “a world-class stadia concept for Euro 2028”.

“The high-capacity, world-renowned football ground, and state-of-the-art new venues will provide the platform for the biggest and most Commercially a success UEFA Euro ever – making us a low-risk, high-praise host,” it stated in a statement.

Other stadiums withinside the bid encompass Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium, Everton’s new Waterfront Stadium, Newcastle’sSt James’ Park, Villa Park, Glasgow’s Hampden Park, Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, and Belfast’s Casement Park.

United stated in an assertion on the weekend that during discussions with the FA “it has become clear that we have been not able to offer the important assurances concerning the provision of Old Trafford because of the ability redevelopment of the stadium.

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