UEFA has fixed the venues for the European Championship after 2024. The organization announced on Tuesday that Ireland and the United Kingdom – England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales – will host the 2028 edition, while Turkey and Italy will host the tournament in 2032.
In this way, the company indicates a trend towards collective spaces in its competitions. Euro 2024 will be hosted in Germany, after the 2020 edition, which will commemorate 60 years of the tournament, will span the continent. In 2008, Austria and Switzerland hosted the European Championship, in 2012, Poland and Ukraine.
Euro 2028 has more details already confirmed by UEFA. The matches will be held in five cities: Birmingham, Liverpool, London, Manchester and Newcastle. Belfast will host the Games in Northern Ireland; Glasgow, Scotland; Cardiff, Wales; and Dublin, Ireland.
The host cities for Euro 2032 are yet to be determined. But, according to UEFA, Italy and Turkey offered 20 potential venues for the Games, and 10 stadiums will be chosen by October 2026 – five per country.
With the choice of the United Kingdom and Ireland to host the 2028 edition, the European Championship could once again host the final at the iconic Wembley Stadium. In 2021, the last edition was defined in London, with England defeated by Italy on penalties.
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