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UK and Ireland announce stadium shortlist for Euro 2028 bid

UK and Ireland announce stadium shortlist for Euro 2028 bid

The unbuilt Everton Stadium has been included in the shortlist of UK and Irish bids to stage 2028's European Championship, the countries' Football Associations said on Wednesday.

Wembley Stadium, which hosted the last Euro 2020 final, is one of three London stadions that form part of West Ham's London Stadium and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as well as the 14 stadiums that will be reduced to 10 by April next year.The stadiums of all four nations that are part of the United Kingdom and two in Ireland are listed including Manchester City's Etihad Stadium as well as Manchester United's Old Trafford included.

Anfield is home to Liverpool is left out due to the planned Everton Stadium which is expected to replace the home of Everton currently Goodison Park, the stadium located in Liverpool's city. Liverpool that is the preferred.Working with UEFA Our goal is to stage a tournament that will serve as a catalyst for transformative grassroots football development. It will also include the intention of sharing our the legacy of our programs together with European National Associations to accelerate expansion across the continent.the joint statement of the association read.

The UK and Ireland's track history of hosting major sporting events across many years means that we have the experience and knowledge to elevate this world-class event to new standards.The Euro 2020 final at Wembley on July 11, which Italy defeated England in the penalty shootout that was marred by a fracas between officials and supporters in the stadium itself tickets-free fans snooping through security cordons.Which reported by sportsbook betting malaysia.

The full list of

St James Park

Stadium of Light

Etihad Stadium

Old Trafford

Everton Stadium

Villa Park

London Stadium

Wembley Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Aviva Stadium (Dublin)

Croke Park (Dublin)

Windsor Park (Belfast)

Hampden Park (Glasgow)

Principality Stadium (Cardiff)