The application of Turkey lost
The Executive Committee of the Union of European Football Associations at a meeting in Nyon (Switzerland) named the country-winner of the tender for the right to host the final part of the European Football Championship in 2024.The 17th European Football Championship will be held in Germany, according to the official Twitter of UEFA.According to the website of the Tribune, the Turkish bid lost.
Turkey, meanwhile, miss out for a fourth time after failed bids for Euro 2008, 2012 and 2016 - losing out on the latter by one vote to France. Euro 2020 is scheduled to take place in 12 venues across Europe, with Wembley Stadium staging the semi-finals and final, as well as three group games and a last-16 tie. Last week, Germany's bid for Euro 2024 received a more favourable evaluation report than its Turkish rival. Published on UEFA's website, the 40-page report assessed each bid in 12 key areas, including the quality of stadiums, the political landscape and transport infrastructure. There were no other applicant countries.For the application for the Euro-2024, stadiums were chosen in 10 cities, namely in Berlin, Munich, Dortmund, Gelsenkirchen, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Leipzig and Frankfurt am Main.
Germany's "very high quality" proposal was judged to meet or "comfortably exceed" UEFA's expectations in almost every area.