2020 vision: will UEFA's big party benefit Dublin?

'Sizeable boost' to city economy expected, but hotels could be a challenge

24th November, 2016
Dublin will host four Euro 2020 matches. Pic: Getty

Today, the head of European football’s governing body UEFA, Aleksander Ceferin, is in Dublin for the latest launch event for the Euro 2020 championships.

In a new departure, the tournament will be held in 13 cities across the continent.

This idea, aimed at celebrating the tournament’s 60th birthday, was the brainchild of former UEFA chief Michel Platini, before he was forced to step down after becoming embroiled in the storm surrounding former FIFA chief Sepp...

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