Dublin in the running to host Euro 2020 games

Dublin is one of 19 cities to be considered as a host city for a revamped European Championships in 2020.

According to UEFA:

The matches will be split into 13 different packages, with 12 standard packages, including three group matches and one knockout round (round of 16 or quarter-finals), and one package for the semi-finals and the final.

One of England and Germany will host the semi-finals and final and a decision on which 13 cities make the cut will be announced on 19 September in Geneva.

The 19 cities in the running are:

  • Azerbaijan (Baku)
  • Belarus (Minsk)
  • Belgium (Brussels)
  • Bulgaria (Sofia)
  • Denmark (Copenhagen)
  • England (London)
  • Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (Skopje)
  • Germany (Munich)
  • Hungary (Budapest)
  • Israel (Jerusalem)
  • Italy (Rome)
  • Netherlands (Amsterdam)
  • Republic of Ireland (Dublin)
  • Romania (Bucharest)
  • Russia (Saint Petersburg)
  • Scotland (Glasgow)
  • Spain (Bilbao)
  • Sweden (Stockholm)
  • Wales (Cardiff)

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