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The United Kingdom and Ireland have submitted a joint bid to host Euro 2028

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Ireland and the United Kingdom’s joint bid to host Euro 2028, announced last February, is progressing. “We are delighted that government partners from across the UK, Ireland, Scotland and Wales and officials from Northern Ireland are supporting this bid,” Federations said. She also submitted the initial application file on Wednesday.

The English Federation (FA) develops some points in A Communicated. “Our stadium concept includes a shortlist of 14 proposed venues in famous sporting cities around the world, including destinations with clubs with a rich history and European football heritage. The plan ensures that all our proposed cities and stadiums are connected by direct, fast and sustainable travel and accommodation links that will provide an unparalleled experience for teams and fans. This release describes

14 pre-selected sites

England’s Wembley, Villa Park, Goodison Park, London Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Wembley, Etihad Stadium, St James’ Park, Stadium of Light, Old Trafford, Dublin’s Aviva Arena and Croke Park are likely to be played. Casement Park Stadium in Belfast, Hampden Park in Glasgow and Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

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