After Bilbao, the European Football Association (UEFA) is also expected to seize the right to host the European Summer Football Championship from Dublin. Eliminating these two cities will completely overturn the previous plan, but the emergency situation is ready.
According to the British “Guardian” report, due to the Irish capital cannot guarantee that the team can play in front of the audience, UEFA is also expected to remove Dublin from the list of directors on Friday. The three games and the quarter-finals will be held at the AVIVA Stadium, so if the above decision is made, new venues must be found for these games.
According to British newspaper reports, the emergency has been completed. Just like in Bilbao, Group E matches will be held in Dublin, so Poland-Slovakia (June 14), Sweden-Slovakia (June 18) and Sweden-Poland (June 23) will be played in Held here.
The quarter-finals will also be held in Dublin. The second place in Group D (probably England) and Group F, that is, according to paper format, will be the members of the German, French, and Portuguese trio.
The game will be moved to London, so English speakers (if everything goes according to plan) can play at the home court of Wembley Stadium, except for the quarter-finals. Wembley can also host a team game in Dublin and another in St. Petersburg. Sevilla seems to be on the rise to replace Bilbao, which means that there may be Spaniards in the game.
However, the role of Munich is still questionable, and the Bavarian capital has not yet made it clear whether it will be possible to host the game in front of spectators in the game from June 11 to July 11.