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UEFA receives nine declarations of interest to host 2020 Super Cup

By Community | January 16, 2018

UEFA has received declarations of interest from nine member associations to host the UEFA Super Cup in 2020.

The bidding procedure for the selection of the venue to host the UEFA Super Cup in 2020 was launched on 8 December 2017, with a 12 January 2018 deadline set for associations to express their interest.

Associations hosting matches of the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship final tournament were not eligible to bid for the Super Cup.

The nine associations that have expressed their interest to host the UEFA Super Cup in 2020 are:

Albania – Tirana – National Arena

Belarus – Minsk – Dinamo Stadium

Finland – Helsinki – Helsinki Olympic Stadium

France – Nice – Grand Stade de Nice

Israel – Haifa – Sami Ofer

Kazakhstan – Almaty – Almaty Central Stadium

Moldova – Chisinau – Zimbru Stadium

Northern Ireland – Belfast – Windsor Park

Portugal – Porto – Dragão Stadium

The UEFA Executive Committee will select the successful host association in May 2018.

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