The Football Association of Ireland is in line for a €2.1 million reward from Uefa if Dublin’s entertainment of 4 games from Euro 2020 is a success.
Briefing papers circulated to members of Dublin city legislature endorse that it will spend €3.75 million on hosting a games. The matches during a Aviva Stadium in a summer of 2020 are to set to move Ireland an mercantile advantage of adult to €50 million.
Three organisation games and a final 16 compare will be hold in Dublin and members of a city legislature have been told that a biggest cost in a €3.75 million spend will be €2 million for a fanzone.
The request circulated to a city councillors summarized how a income from Uefa will be…