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Euro 2020: Ireland, Scotland and Wales eye joint bid as hosts

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/18069127

    This would be great to see. Thoughts?
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    Would be pretty funny
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    Don't think it stands a chance - Ireland has one, possibly two stadiums that meet criteria. One of which would be very hard to secure for football.

    Wales has two or three.

    Scotland has three.

    So, being optimistic, they'd still have to build at least two stadiums. Is there demand in any of the nations?
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    what about northern ireland? it would be awesome if all the uk & ireand teams played at the same tournament. imagine the rivalry.
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    (Original post by yellowpages_r_us)
    what about northern ireland? it would be awesome if all the uk & ireand teams played at the same tournament. imagine the rivalry.
    Northern Ireland won't be part of the bid, and has no stadiums anyway.
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    if swansea keep going they way they have been, they'll be needing a new stadium soon enough
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    Huge problem would surely be gifting 3 teams, as hosts, qualification- 2 of which haven't qualified for a fair while and haven't come close in recent years?

    Other than that I'd wish them all the best.
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    (Original post by Aramiss18)
    Huge problem would surely be gifting 3 teams, as hosts, qualification- 2 of which haven't qualified for a fair while and haven't come close in recent years?

    Other than that I'd wish them all the best.
    Given that its changing to a 24 team tournament after this one I don't think three hosts would prove an issue.
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    Hopefully would be an awesome experience much better than the crappy olympics
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    (Original post by Kevmeister)
    Given that its changing to a 24 team tournament after this one I don't think three hosts would prove an issue.
    I wasn't aware of that. In such a case you're right it wouldn't be a big issue.
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    (Original post by Left Hand Drive)
    Hopefully would be an awesome experience much better than the crappy olympics
    That's almost guaranteed.
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    A Scottish man, a Welshman and an Irishman organise an international tournament ...
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    Some LARGE stadiums on offer:

    Aviva
    Croke (permission permitted)
    Millenium
    Celtic park
    Hampden
    Ibrox
    Murrayfield

    Ireland could possibly use a reasonably large GAA stadium like Limerick if they get permission and upgrade it. Or Munster's new ground. You have to spread the stadiums geographically!
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    how many is needed?-stadiums that is
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    3 countries?

    No common land border?

    No chance.
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    Don't forget the new Aberdeen stadium that's going to be built. The idea for that one is to have a stadium bigger than Hampden, as far as I'm aware.
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    (Original post by left hand drive)
    how many is needed?-stadiums that is
    10, afaik.
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    What's the smallest attendance that could be offered?
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    (Original post by FrigidSymphony)
    Don't forget the new Aberdeen stadium that's going to be built. The idea for that one is to have a stadium bigger than Hampden, as far as I'm aware.
    22,000?

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