Business of Sport: FAI fine-tunes bid to host matches at romantic' European Championships

The Football Association of Ireland is finalising its bid to host games under the new format of the European Championships in 2020.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
13th April, 2014
John Delaney: good relationship with Michel Platini. Picture: INPHO

The Football Association of Ireland is finalising its bid to host games under the new format of the European Championships in 2020.

Ireland is bidding to host three group games and a last 16 match at €2020, and the FAI is now fine-tuning its bid ahead of the deadline of April 25.

To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the European Championships, Uefa president Michel Platini announced a ''romantic change to the format, which will see...

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