Uefa ends Russia’s Euros bid, issues further sanctions

Russian players look on after Denmark scores its fourth goal during their Uefa Euro 2020 Group B match. (Photo by Wolfgang Rattay - Pool/Getty Images)

Uefa has terminated Russia’s bid for Euro 2028 or 2032 as part of further sanctions issued against the country for its invasion of Ukraine.

In March, the continental governing body announced it had received declarations of interest to host the 2028 and 2032 editions of the European Championship from four potential bidders, with Russia and Turkey making late entries to challenge the UK and Ireland’s joint effort for the former tournament.

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