Official: UEFA announce places for Euro 2028

EURO 2028 will take place in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

UEFA Euro 2028 will be hosted jointly by the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland in 2028. This decision was made today by UEFA as reported by Fabrizio Romano.

The tournament promises to be an unforgettable thing, with matches set to take place in ten official venues across these two nations. The selected cities include Belfast, Birmingham, Cardiff, Dublin, Glasgow, Liverpool, London (hosting two stadiums), Manchester, and Newcastle. Each of these cities brings its unique charm and footballing heritage to the event.


The decision to host EURO 2028 in this joint bid between the UK and the Republic of Ireland reflects the growing spirit of collaboration within the world of football. It showcases the ability of these nations to come together and provide fans with an unforgettable experience. With a rich history in the sport and some of the most iconic stadiums in the world, the UK and the Republic of Ireland are set to deliver a tournament that will be remembered for years to come.