14 potential venues have been shortlisted in the UK and Ireland’s bid to host the 2028 European Championships.
A preliminary dossier’s been submitted to UEFA, with nine stadiums in England included.
There are two in the Republic of Ireland, and one each in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
That number will be whittled down to 10 grounds when the final list is submitted in April.
The proposed shortlisted cities and stadia are:
1. Birmingham Villa Park
2. Liverpool Everton Stadium
3. London London Stadium
4. London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
5. London Wembley Stadium
6. Manchester Ehtihad Stadium
7. Newcastle St James’ Park
8. Sunderland Stadium of Light
9. Trafford Old Trafford
10. Dublin Aviva Stadium
11. Dublin Croke Park
12. Belfast Casement Park Stadium
13. Glasgow Hampden Park
14. Cardiff Principality Stadium
The FAI has confirmed that Kerry FC will play in the League of Ireland for the first time.
Kerry has been awarded a license for the First Division next season.
The club will play at Mounthawk Park in Tralee, with the ground undergoing renovations to bring it up to First Division standard.
All 10 clubs competing in the top flight have been awarded Premier Division licenses.