The proposal includes 10 stadiums, including Wembley.
The United Kingdom and Ireland have submitted an official bid to host Euro 2028, with 10 venues including Wembley, St James’ Park, Hampden Park and Etihad Stadium, among others.
The stadiums proposed by the FA for this nomination are: Hampden Park (Glasgow Rangers and Scottish National Team), Aviva Stadium (Dublin), Principality Stadium (Cardiff), St James’ Park (Newcastle), Etihad Stadium (Manchester city) and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Villa Park (Aston Villa) and Wembley (London). In addition, Casement Park, in Belfast, and Bramley-Moore Dock, Everton’s new stadium, which is yet to be built, are included.
The FA included a list of 14 stadiums from which Old Trafford fell, the second largest stadium in England, the London stadium, where West Ham United plays, Croke Park (Dublin), and the Stadium of Light.
“These large-capacity stadiums will be the perfect platform for the largest and most commercially successful European Championship ever,” the FA said in a statement.
The bid is supported by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Irish First Minister Leo Varadkar, Scottish First Minister Hamza Yusuf and Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford.
At the moment, only the United Kingdom, Ireland and Turkey have officially applied to host eurocup Within five years, though Spain and Portugal had declared their intention to present themselves, so too had Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, and Serbia together, and Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland, and the Faroe Islands also jointly.