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Dublin set to miss out as a host city for Euro 2020
Dublin is set to miss out as a host city for Euro 2020, according to the Independent, after the Irish government admitted it does not expect to meet UEFA’s demand of filling stadiums to 25% capacity.
The Republic of Ireland failed to qualify for the tournament but the city’s Aviva Stadium was set to host 3 group matches and a round of 16 game. Those group games will now feature Poland, Slovakia and Sweden.
Dublin set to be stripped of Euro 2020 hosting rights – the Aviva Stadium was set to see four matches take placehttps://t.co/bZDRSwvHTi
— Indy Football (@IndyFootball) April 21, 2021
Irish deputy prime minister Leo Varadkar has said “We think June is too soon. I think if they continue to insist on (having 25% of the stadium full) it’ll be hard for it to go ahead quite frankly, which is unfortunate.”
Dublin is one of three cities, alongside Munich and Bilbao who have been unable to guarantee spectator attendance.
The Irish government does not expect to be able to meet UEFA’s demand of filling stadiums to 25% capacity for Euro 2020 games, saying it is too soon pic.twitter.com/8hBDwa0yAT
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) April 21, 2021
The decision on whether stadiums could be used was delayed until Friday as UEFA give hosts as much time as possible to confirm their position and the fact that UEFA have been fairly busy over the last couple of days.
What with the civil war which almost erupted over the Super League and the new Champion League format, these will be days that will go down in UEFA’s history.
The Super League is gone for now.
But here’s what you’ll get instead with the new Champions League format that was confirmed this week 👀 pic.twitter.com/AEeichoyiO
— B/R Football (@brfootball) April 21, 2021