These are the football stadiums that United Kingdom and Ireland want to use to win Euro 2028.

In 2024, the European Football Championship will be held in Germany. But 2028 and 2032 are yet to be decided. Until last year, countries could apply for EURO 2028, but meanwhile have yet to be selected. In a final bid for a ‘win’, the United Kingdom and Ireland, or the British Isles, today proposed their ten potential stadiums.

Will the 2021 European Football Finals return to Wembley in 2028? This is possible because the temple of English football is on the list of 10 stadiums where the British Isles will try to win the competition. Those stadiums are spread across England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Euro 2028

At the beginning of last year, news broke that four more candidates were in the running for EURO 2028 and 2032. This includes the United Kingdom and Ireland, but also Turkey, Italy and … Russia. The latter was abandoned for known reasons and Italy announced that it was only aiming for the European Championship in 2032.

That leaves just two options for EURO 2028: Turkey or the United Kingdom – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – and Ireland. The Turkish Football Association has been trying to bring the European Football Championship together since 2008, but has always failed to do so.

Ten arenas

But United Kingdom and Ireland will do everything they can to win the tournament. A Final bid The British and Irish Football Associations have announced which venues they wish to host the tournament. “We have a good reputation for hosting major sporting events. We are therefore delighted to announce that the government supports our bid for UEFA EURO 2028,” they say. A statement. “This will guarantee an open, happy and safe football environment.”

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Of the ten venues the British Isles will try to beat, six are in England, one in Wales, one in Scotland, one in Ireland and one in Northern Ireland. The largest stadium at Wembley is Wembley, which seats 90,652, and Casement Park, Belfast, which seats 34,500. That stadium and the Everton Stadium in Liverpool (52,679 seats) are still to be built. It is not yet known when UEFA will announce who can host the tournament.

The ten proposed arenas are:

  • Wembley (London, UK)
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London, UK)
  • Etihad Stadium (Manchester, UK)
  • Everton Stadium (Liverpool, UK)
  • Villa Park (Birmingham, UK)
  • St James’s Park (Newcastle, UK)
  • Main Stadium (Cardiff, Wales)
  • Hampton Park (Glasgow, Scotland)
  • Casement Park (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Aviva Stadium (Dublin, Ireland)

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