In what is shaping up to be a historic moment for European football, the prestigious stage of Euro 2028 has found its home. The joint bid from the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, confirmed by Uefa, is set to turn a new page in footballing history.
Football Returns to Familiar Shores
With the ceremonial atmosphere filled with football elites, Gareth Bale, the former captain of Wales, remarked during the presentation in Nyon, “For me as a Welshman, I would love for Cardiff to host the opening match. We have the stadium and infrastructure for it. We’ve held big tournaments in the past so we have the experience.” His words echo the sentiment of countless fans across these nations, eagerly waiting for another major tournament since England’s hosting of Euro 2020 and…