I see Northern Ireland have been rolled into the UK & Ireland 2030 bid that's being packaged together, given they have no stadiums over 40k (FIFA minimum) how is this going to work. Are they going to have to build a stadium especially for this or will they just host training camps? Actually looking a bit deeper into it we don't seem to have that many 40k+ stadiums and the overwhelming majority are in England, going to cause issues for the bid surely. The stadiums we can actually use (as it stands I know some new ones are being built anyway. England Wembley (90k) Twickenham Stadium (82k) [Not a football stadium] Old Trafford (74k) Tottenham Hotspur (62k) Emirates (60k) London Stadium (60k) Etihad (55k) Anfield (54k) St James Park (52k) Stadium of Light (49k) Villa Park (42k) Stamford Bridge (41k) Scotland Murrayfield (67k) [Not a football stadium] Celtic Park (60k) Hampden Park (51k) Ibrox (50k) Ireland Croke Park (82k) [Not a football stadium] Aviva Stadium (51k) Wales Millenium Stadium (74k) Northern Ireland ??? The new Goodison would be big enough (52k) so maybe you could create clusters for group stages? Glasgow London Liverpool/Manchester North East and Yorkshire Midlands and Wales Ireland Then give a quarter each to each home nation (bar NI because they don't have a big enough stadium) With semis and final at Wembley?