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Johnson wants more games: Will the European Football Championship rise only in Great Britain?

Johnson likes more games
Will the European Football Championship increase only in Great Britain?

Despite the epidemic, the UEFA is sticking to it: the European Football Championship is set to take place in twelve countries. However, doubts about this are growing. Now the British Prime Minister is offering his country as a place. He has good reasons.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to host more European Football Championships in his country this summer. “We run the Euros and we play in the semi-finals and finals,” Johnson told The Sun. Commenting on the European Football Association, UEFA, he said: “If any other games are to be held, we are definitely ready.” Due to the complications caused by the corona virus infection, alternative models for the European Championship are being discussed. So far, more than a third of people in the UK have received the first corona vaccine.

The UEFA recently announced that twelve cities in twelve countries are sticking to the one-year deferred EM holding model. A Johnson spokesman said last week: “We are focused on the games we will be playing in the UK.” London are set to host three group matches, 16 rounds, two semi-finals and a final on 11 July. In Glasgow, Scotland, three preliminary round matches and 16 rounds are to be played.

In an interview with the Sun, Johnson stressed that Great Britain wants to co-host the 2030 World Cup with Ireland. “We are very excited to bring football home in 2030. I think this is the right place for it,” the prime minister said. Home of Great Britain football. “The timing is right. It will be an absolutely wonderful thing for the country.”

According to the “Sun”, Finance Minister Rishi Sunak plans to budget விண்ணப்ப 2.8 million (23 3.23 million) for the application in the new budget, which will be awarded this Wednesday, and an additional 1. 1.22 million to 22 2022 million for the Women’s European Championships in the UK. “We want to see a lot of football in the coming years,” Johnson said.

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