Bid dossiers submitted to host UEFA EURO 2028 & 2032, but first it's Germany in 2024

On the 15 November 2022 UEFA (the governing body for football in Europe) announced that they have received three preliminary bid dossiers to host the men's 2028 and 2032 UEFA European Football Championships'.

A bid dossier was submitted by the football associations of England, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Wales for 2028. Turkey submitted to host in either 2028 or 2032, with Italy aiming to host UEFA’s flagship national team competition in 2032. The submission deadline of the final bid dossiers is 12 April 2023. The appointment of host(s) of UEFA EURO 2028 & 2032 will be made in the autumn of next year.

Italy beat England on penalties in the UEFA Euro 2020 final at Wembley in London.

Three time winners Germany will host EURO 2024 where ten host cities are set to welcome twenty four teams. The tournament kicks off on the 14 June in Munich with one lucky captain lifting the Henri Delaunay Cup at the Olympiastadion Berlin on 14 July.

Germany was chosen to stage the 17th edition of this tournament at a UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Nyon on 27 September 2018. Turkey was the only other nation that bid to hold UEFA EURO 2024. West Germany hosted the 1988 edition, but this will be the first time Germany has staged the UEFA European Championship since reunification. The 2006 FIFA World Cup also took place in the country.

Recently UEFA confirmed that 2024 Hospitality Experience AG, a joint venture between SPORTFIVE and FORTIUS AG, have been appointed as the global exclusive Official Hospitality Provider for EURO 2024.

This is the  first time that UEFA has appointed a company for both the commercialisation and delivery of the Official Hospitality packages for this prestigious tournament. 2024 Hospitality Experience AG will create, promote, sell and deliver unique ticket-inclusive hospitality packages for UEFA EURO 2024.

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John has worked in international and domestic sport for over thirty five years, including holding director level roles with Manchester United and the Commonwealth Games Federation.
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