Capital mayor to submit bid for Bucharest to host UEFA Europa League final

Capital mayor to submit bid for Bucharest to host UEFA Europa League final

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Bucharest General Mayor Nicusor Dan has announced that he has signed the commitment to submit a bid to host the UEFA Europa League final in 2026 or 2027. CE Report quoting Agerpres

According to him, the timetable is "tight" and the deadline for submitting the candidacy as host city is 15 November.

"Three other countries are bidding to host the events: Germany, Turkey and Scotland. After UEFA's deliberations, the host cities for the two finals will be announced in May 2024. I am confident that, as with the other sporting events hosted by Bucharest, we will succeed in creating an enjoyable experience for football fans. It would be an honour for Bucharest to host such an event that will improve the image of the city and attract tourists," writes Nicusor Dan on Facebook.

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