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UK and Ireland submit joint bid for Euro 2028

The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and Ireland officially announced their joint bid to host Euro 2028 this Wednesday (12). Plus, the stadiums they want to use to get games if they win are competitive. At the same time, the countries will have competition from Türkiye.

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In this way, the United Kingdom provided a list of stadiums without Old Trafford from Manchester United and Anfield Liverpool. In England, Wembley Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Etihad Stadium (Manchester City), St. James Park (Newcastle), Villa Park (Aston Villa) and Everton’s new stadium, which is still under construction.

The Principality Stadium in Cardiff represents Wales. Hampton Park in Glasgow is chosen by Scotland, Casement Park in Belfast represents Northern Ireland. Ireland, which is not part of the United Kingdom but joined the bid, offered the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

“Large-capacity, popular and modern football stadiums will be the election stages for what should be the best and most successful Euro Cup of all time. Hence, our joint low-risk, high-return bid”, reads an excerpt from the official note published on the FA website.

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