All that’s missing is official confirmation: if Slovenia plays at Euro 2028, it will have to prove itself on the greens of Great Britain and Ireland
Slovenia is fighting bitterly to qualify for Euro 2024, European Football Association (UEFA) will shortly announce the name of the host for the 2028 tournament. But there are actually no doubts anymore, after Turkey withdrew itself from the battle to host the Old Continent Championship. This means that in five years’ time, the latter will take place on the greens of Great Britain and Ireland. Italy had already withdrawn from the battle for the organisation.
The English media has already revealed the 10 stadiums that will host the 2028 European Championships. The matches are to be hosted by Liverpool (Everton Stadium), Glasgow (Hampden Park), Newcastle (St James’ Park), Manchester (City of Manchester Stadium), Birmingham (Villa Park), Cardiff (National Stadium of Wales), Dublin (Dublin Arena), Belfast (Casement Park) and London (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Wembley Stadium). Old Trafford and Anfield are among the better known.
It is not yet known how the qualification round, in which Slovenia will clearly participate, will be organised. First of all, because the tournament will be organised by five UEFA member countries, but it is hard to expect that all of them will be automatically guaranteed a place at the European Championship.
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