The UK & Ireland’s final bid to host Euro 2028 has been submitted with the 10 shortlisted host stadiums revealed.
The proposed host cities and 10 stadia across the five partner Associations are (gross capacity order):
- London Wembley Stadium (90,652)
- Cardiff National Stadium of Wales (73,952)
- London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (62,322)
- Manchester City of Manchester Stadium (61,000)
- Liverpool Everton Stadium (52,679)
- Newcastle St James’ Park (52,305)
- Birmingham Villa Park (52,190)
- Glasgow Hampden Park (52,032)
- Dublin Dublin Arena (51,711)
- Belfast Casement Park (34,500)
Jordan Pickford: “Having proudly represented my country at major tournaments, I’ve seen the pride and impact being a host venue has on the clubs and people in those areas.
“If this bid is successful then the people of Liverpool will have the opportunity to be a part of something truly special and to show off what a fantastic and welcoming city it is.
“They will get to see some of best players across Europe and the city will become a temporary home to nations that will no doubt bring their own culture, noise and colour to Everton Stadium.”
The final decision on where UEFA EURO 2028 will be hosted is due to be made by UEFA in the autumn of 2023.