Leo Varadkar says it’s unlikely Ireland will host Euro 2020 games
Tánaiste Leo Vardakar admits it’s unlikely that Dublin will be hosting games at this summer’s Euro 2020.
He thinks June is “too soon” to be able to commit to UEFA’s required 25 percent capacity at stadiums for matches.
European football’s governing body have given Bilbao, Munich and Dublin until Friday to make a final decision on hosting the tournament.
The Aviva Stadium had been set to stage four matches at the pandemic delayed finals and Varadkar says the situation is “unfortunate”.