The bid from the UK and Ireland to host Euro 2028 includes several stadiums, including five national stadiums and the newly built home stadium of Everton
The UK and Ireland have made an official bid to host Euro 2028, including proposals to use several stadiums such as Everton, Tottenham, and Newcastle United.
The UK and Ireland’s official bid to host Euro 2028 features 10 stadiums, including Wembley Stadium, Hampden Park, Principality Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Etihad Stadium, St James’ Park, Villa Park, Hampden Park, Aviva Stadium, Casement Park, and Everton’s new stadium, which is currently being built.
UK’s bid for Euro includes Everton’s new stadium
The United Kingdom has a history of hosting major football events, having previously hosted the 1966 World Cup and Euro 96. In the recently concluded Euro 2020, Wembley Stadium and Hampden Park were used as venues for several games. Additionally, England hosted the Women’s Euro 2022 and emerged as the champions of the tournament.
The bid claims the UK and Ireland is: “Committed to delivering a record-breaking tournament with more tickets than ever before to grow a more diverse and inclusive game,” saying there will be almost three million tournament tickets available.
UEFA has received bid documents from Turkey to host either Euro 2028 or Euro 2032, and Italy to host Euro 2032, according to a confirmation from UEFA.
In October, the UEFA Executive Committee will hold a vote to determine the winning host countries for both tournaments.