Great Britain and Ireland submit joint bids –

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Ireland submitted a joint letter of intent on Wednesday to host the 2028 European Football Championship.

The Italians won the European Championship last summer (Image: Getty Images)

The Government of the United Kingdom, Ireland, Scotland and Wales supported the tender. The Northern Ireland government is not meeting formally at this time, but officials there will continue to monitor the process closely.” – It was stated in a joint statement of the football federations.

Britain and Ireland announced last month that they would not bid to host the 2030 World Cup, citing a feasibility study.

UEFA announced in October that the intent to settle would be announced by March 23, the nominees to be announced in April, and the winner to be announced in September. The minimum requirement is ten stadiums, one of which must have at least 60,000 seats and two of which have 50,000 seats. If more than two countries co-host the continental match, the host will not automatically be entitled to start.

Germany will host the 2024 European Championship.

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