Euro 2028 is coming to the Home Nations! Here are the 10 host stadiums

The excitement is unmistakeable and the anticipation is sky-high as Euro 2028 edges closer, promising to bring a festival of football to the Home Nations. The prestigious tournament is set to unfold in some of the most iconic and state-of-the-art stadiums across the UK and Ireland.

Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or simply love the energy and unity that comes with international tournaments, Euro 2028 is an event you won’t want to miss. Let’s dive into the heart of the action and explore the 10 host stadiums that will be the battlegrounds for Europe’s elite football nations.

Etihad Stadium (Manchester)

Etihad StadiumStarting our tour in Manchester, the Etihad Stadium stands as a beacon of modern football architecture. Home to Manchester City, this stadium is known for its incredible atmosphere and cutting-edge facilities. With a capacity to seat over 53,000 fans, expect the Etihad to be buzzing with energy when it hosts Euro 2028 matches.

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Wembley Stadium (London)

Wembley Stadium LondonNo list of football stadiums would be complete without the legendary Wembley Stadium. Known as the “Home of Football,” Wembley’s iconic arch is recognizable worldwide. With a seating capacity of 90,000, it’s the largest stadium in the UK and a fitting venue for the high-stakes matches of Euro 2028, including the final.

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Principality Stadium (Cardiff)

Wales Principality StadiumHeading over to Cardiff, the Principality (also known as the Millennium Stadium) is a jewel in Welsh sports. With its retractable roof and a capacity of over 74,000, it’s a versatile venue that offers an electric atmosphere for football fans.

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Everton Stadium (Liverpool)

The Everton Stadium, a future landmark for the city of Liverpool and the home of Everton FC, is anticipated to be one of the most modern and fan-friendly stadiums in Europe. Although its inclusion in Euro 2028 hints at the exciting future of football venues, it promises to be a spectacle of design and atmosphere.

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London)

Tottenham Hotspur StadiumIn London, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a marvel of innovation and comfort. Known for its exceptional fan experiences, it features the unique Sky Walk and the longest bar in Europe. With a capacity of over 62,000, it’s ready to play a significant role in Euro 2028.

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St James’ Park (Newcastle)

St James’ ParkHeading north to Newcastle, St James’ Park, with its iconic cantilever roof, stands as a fortress for Newcastle United. Known for its passionate supporters, the stadium holds more than 52,000 fans and promises to deliver an unforgettable atmosphere during the tournament.

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Villa Park (Birmingham)

Villa ParkVilla Park, with its rich history and tradition, is the heart and soul of Aston Villa FC. A stadium that has hosted numerous international fixtures, it can hold over 42,000 fans and is known for its incredible atmosphere and fan engagement.

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Hampden Park (Glasgow)

Hampton Park Stadium ScotlandScotland’s national stadium, Hampden Park, is steeped in football history. With a capacity of just over 51,000, it’s set to add another glorious chapter to its story by hosting matches during Euro 2028.

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Dublin Arena

Dublin ArenaCrossing over to Ireland, the Dublin Arena (formerly known as Lansdowne Road) is a centrepiece of Irish sports. Renowned for its electrifying atmosphere, it’s a versatile venue that’s no stranger to hosting big international events.

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Casement Park (Belfast)

Belfast StadiumLast but certainly not least, Casement Park in Belfast is set to showcase Northern Ireland’s passion for football. With extensive redevelopment plans to increase its capacity and facilities, Casement Park is poised to be a proud host for Euro 2028.

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The selection of these 10 stadiums for Euro 2028 not only highlights the rich football culture and history of the Home Nations but also underscores their commitment to providing fans with world-class facilities and experiences. As we count down to the tournament, the excitement continues to build.

Whether you’re planning to cheer from the stands or watch from afar, Euro 2028 promises to be an unforgettable celebration of football. Stay tuned for more updates, and start making your plans to be part of this historic event. Euro 2028 is not just a tournament; it’s a testament to the unifying power of football, bringing together nations and fans in a shared love for the game. See you in the stands!