The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been selected as one of the ten stadiums that form a part of the UK and Ireland’s bid to host Euro 2028.

With a capacity of 62,850 and many state-of-the-art features, the Tottenham Hotspur stadium is regarded as one of the finest sporting venues in the world right now. The location in the heart of London and the versatility of the arena to host other events, makeing it one of the most desirable stadiums of its kind.

The club have already signaled their intentions to host the Champions League final after 2026 (Football Insider) and the venue has been on the shortlist of the Euro 2028 plans throughout the course of the bid (The Times).

With Spurs still yet to secure naming rights for their stadium, there was some concern that a branded partnership with the likes of Google or Amazon could prove detrimental to the Euro 2028 bid, as all stadium names must be absent of affiliation to brands as per UEFA regulations (The Times).

That does not appear to be an issue right now however, as the Tottenham Hotspur stadium has been named as one of the ten venues as part of the bid to host Euro 2028.

Sky Sports have revealed the final ten stadiums to make the cut. The Tottenham Hotspur stadium joins Wembley as the only two London-based venues.

The other Premier League stadia selected are Villa Park, Everton Stadium, Etihad Stadium, and St James’ Park.

Outside of England, matches would be held in Dublin at the Aviva Stadium, in Belfast at Casement Park, in Glasgow at Hampden Park and at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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Spurs Web Opinion

It’s no surprise that the Tottenham Hotspur stadium would be part of the final Euro 2028 bid. It’s one of the very best stadiums in the world, never mind in England or London.

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