UK and Eire submit their bid to host Euro 2028 with 14 venues on the provisional checklist to host matches… however Anfield, the Emirates and Stamford Bridge all miss out
- The UK and Eire have submitted a file to UEFA to host Euro 2028
- They’ve put collectively a provisional checklist of 14 stadiums for use
- This can be lowered to 10 stadiums in April if the bid is profitable
- Anfield, the Emirates Stadium and Stamford Bridge are all not on the checklist
Fourteen venues have been shortlisted by the UK and Eire bid group to host matches at Euro 2028.
9 English stadiums are on the checklist, which has been submitted in a preliminary bid file to match organisers UEFA, whereas there are two within the Republic of Eire and one every in Northern Eire, Scotland and Wales.
The inclusion of Casement Park, a Gaelic sports activities venue which is within the technique of being redeveloped, means Belfast is about to host matches ought to it stay when the ultimate checklist of 10 stadia is submitted to UEFA in April.
Sunderland’s Stadium of Gentle is on the provisional checklist to host matches as a part of the UK and Eire’s bid to host Euro 2028
The English stadiums on the shortlist embrace Newcastle’s St James’ Park and Sunderland’s Stadium of Gentle, with the north-east set to be well-represented if the UK and Eire’s bid is profitable.
Nonetheless, there are a variety of high-profile venues that haven’t made the lower, with Anfield, the Emirates Stadium and Stamford Bridge not being thought of to host matches.
Everton’s Goodison Park has been put ahead to probably host video games in Merseyside, whereas there are three London-based grounds on the checklist – the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the London Stadium and Wembley.
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