Belgium may lose the right to host matches of the European championship in 2020, due to the breakdown of the time allocated for the construction of the stadium in Brussels. It is reported

It is reported that the process is delayed due to delays with building permits and environmental permits. UEFA will decide how many more can expect progress on this issue.

“We continue to believe, but we are realistic and understand that this decision depends on other parties,” said Federation General Secretary Cohen De Brabander.

It is said that a new application the Belgians filed in August, and can go a maximum of 150 days for making a decision on planning permission for, and 12-18 months for construction of the stadium itself. The stadium should be ready by the fall of 2019, that is, nine months before the start of the championship.

It is also reported that Euro 2020 will take 13 cities: Brussels (Belgium), Baku (Azerbaijan) Bucharest(Romania), Budapest (Hungary), Munich (Germany), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Copenhagen (Denmark), Rome (Italy), Saint Petersburg (Russia), Bilbao (Spain), Dublin (Ireland), London (England) and Glasgow (Scotland).

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Belgium may lose the right to hold Euro 2020 football championship 21.09.2017

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