London needs football, which will begin to win in May, with the Premier League being able to play with the public in stadiums, and a month later to host Euro 2020, which includes 12 countries, along with Ireland, which wants to join forces for the 2030 World Cup nominees.
England hosted and won the 1966 World Cup, and now the British government will provide $ 4 million to continue the effort with Ireland. It is also exploring the possibility of merging with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The English Football Association has announced financial assistance for a possible offer from the British Isles, following new approval from Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
“We are very excited to bring football home in 2030. I think this is the right place. This is the home of football, this is the right time. It will be a totally wonderful one for the country. We will continue to work on the possibility of FIFA formally opening this process in 2022. Holding a World Cup will provide an opportunity for our nations to reap tangible benefits, and if it is decided to bid for the event, we look forward to submitting our hosting plans to FIFA and the global football community, “Johnson told The Sun.
Calling England the “home” of football is the language that calls for the country’s bid for the 2018 World Cup, although it failed in only two of the 22 FIFA votes, despite the support of members of the board of directors before Prince William made the decision.
For Euro 2020
London, Glasgow and Dublin will be used this year in 12 cities on the continent hosting the 2020 European Championships, which have been modified due to the epidemic.
After the rapid implementation of the Covit-19 vaccine in the United Kingdom compared to other countries on the European continent, Boris Johnson offered to host the UEFA semi-finals and the finals of the European Championship. As of this March 1, more than 20 million Britons have received the first dose of the vaccine, which equates to almost a third of the country’s population.
Euro 2020 starts on June 11 and lasts for one month. Munich, Rome, Baku, St. Petersburg, Bucharest, Budapest, Amsterdam, Bilbao and Copenhagen. Executives such as Carl-Haines Romanicke, the general director of Bayern Munich, have already proposed playing the entire championship in one place.
The United Kingdom launched its launch program in February this year. Gyms and swimming pools can reopen from April 12, and fans can return to the Premier League grounds from May 17.