EURO 2028: Great Britain and Ireland announce list of stadiums

source:; author: Kuba Kowalski

EURO 2028: Great Britain and Ireland announce list of stadiums The most important football tournaments are fast approaching, and with them comes discussion about the future hosts of both the World Cup and the European Championships. The front runners in the race to host EURO 2028 are Great Britain and Ireland.


Stadiums that are part of the candidature

The final list includes at least one stadium from each of the five nations - England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland - with London the only city with more than one potential venue. Included in the list is Everton's new stadium in Bramley-Moore Dock, which is still under development. It may seem a surprise that the legendary Old Trafford is absent from the list.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium© Hufton+Crow

Below is the list of cities and stadiums, in order from highest capacity to lowest:

A historic project on the islands, Turkey is not laying down its arms

Our pioneering five-a-side partnership will deliver a record-breaking and memorable Euros. We will work tirelessly together to be the best partners for UEFA and achieve each of our shared priorities, - Debbie Hewitt, chairman of the FA and Great Britain and Ireland bid, said.

Turkey is the only rival bid for Great Britain and Ireland to host the 2028 European Championships, UEFA announced after receiving the final offers from the countries concerned. This bid is the country's sixth in a row, after failing on five previous occasions (2008, 2012, 2016, 2020 and 2024). On April 12, the Turkish Football Federation also revealed a list of 10 stadiums for both the 2028 and 2032 bids.

Check out a video from our YouTube channel, where we present the combined bid of the UK and Ireland: