The FA bids to stage UEFA Women’s Euro 2021 finals in England.
UEFA has confirmed England was the only nation to submit a bid by Friday’s deadline to host the UEFA Women’s Euro 2021 finals,
The FA still has to meet strict guidelines before being accepted.
UEFA’s executive committee will make the decision on 3 December – but there will not be a vote.
One of the proposed cities and stadium is Brighton & Hove AMEX Stadium.
The Football Association has submitted an official bid to host the UEFA Women’s Euro 2021 finals in England.
Bids had to be sent to UEFA before the deadline which is 31 August 2018, a final decision on who is the successful host will be made by the UEFA Executive Committee on 3 December 2018.
The FA’s proposal bid includes a country-wide spread of host cities with stadiums of various capacity.
The iconic Wembley Stadium is proposed to host the tournament’s final in July 2021.
The proposed cities and stadia included in the bid are:
Brighton & Hove – AMEX Stadium
London – Wembley Stadium connected by EE and Brentford Community Stadium
Milton Keynes – Stadium MK
Manchester – Manchester City Academy Stadium
Nottingham – Meadow Lane
Peterborough – ABAX Stadium
Rotherham – AESSEAL New York Stadium
Sheffield – Bramall Lane
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