On 12 April 2023, the United Kingdom and Ireland submitted their final bid to host the UEFA EURO 2028.
The five nations' joint bid comprises a modern and sustainable hosting concept with the following venues and stadiums:
- London – Wembley Stadium (90,652)
- Cardiff – National Stadium of Wales (73,952)
- London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (62,322)
- Manchester – City of Manchester Stadium (61,000)
- Liverpool – Everton Stadium (52,679)
- Newcastle – St James' Park (52,305)
- Birmingham – Villa Park (52,190)
- Glasgow – Hampden Park (52,032)
- Dublin – Dublin Arena (51,711)
- Belfast – Casement Park (34,500)
Over the next few months, the UEFA Executive Committee will evaluate the bids from UK and Ireland as well as Turkey and announce the host selection in October.