Tuesday October 20, 2020

Hosting Euro 2020 could result in €25m bonanza per game for economy

The economy could benefit to the tune of €25 million per game if Dublin is named as one of the host cities for the Euro 2020 championships.

9th December, 2012
Iker Casillas, centre, and his Spain team-mates won Euro 2012 last summer. Photo: Getty

The economy could benefit to the tune of €25 million per game if Dublin is named as one of the host cities for the Euro 2020 championships.

However, the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) will have to rely on the Aviva Stadium in Lansdowne Road as the main venue in its bid to host part of the championship, as sources close to the GAA said Croke Park would not be part of any bid.

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