The United Kingdom and Ireland, the joint candidates to organize Euro 2028, have revealed a provisional list of 14 stadiums that are likely to host matches in the continental championship. UEFA will make a decision in September 2023. In addition to the British-Irish decision, the application deadline has seen no last-minute surprises. For the 2028 edition, Turkey also applied, which also filed for 2032, the year underdogs seem to be promoting Italy. For the two editions that will follow the 2024 edition in Germany, UEFA has received only three nominations. Russia also submitted its request, but after invading Ukraine, Moscow was prevented from holding any international sporting event.
For 2028, the joint favorite between Great Britain and Ireland appears to be. Among the stadiums taken into consideration are obviously Wembley Stadium, as well as Tottenham Hotspur and London Stadium where West Ham play. The other stadiums in England will be the Etihad Stadium, Old Trafford in Manchester, Villa Park in Birmingham, St James’ Park in Newcastle, the Stadium of Light in Sunderland and the new Everton stadium which is still under construction. The bidding committee also proposes Hampden Park in Glasgow, Principality Stadium Cardiff in Wales, Casement Park Belfast in Northern Ireland and Lansdowne Road and Croke Park in Dublin. Fourteen stadiums will become ten in April 2023, when the official nomination is submitted.
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