The final bid for Ireland to co-host Euro 2028 has been submitted, but Croke Park hasn't been included.
If successful, two stadia on the island would be used for the tournament.
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It's a joint submission between the Football Associations of Ireland, Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.
If the bid wins, for the tournament the Aviva Stadium would be renamed the Dublin Arena to host games, while Casement Park in Belfast - which is yet to be renovated - would also be used.
The other stadia include six in England, Hampden Park in Glasgow and the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
It's expected the tournament would raise up to three billion euro for the economies across the two islands, while over 50 million will be invested in developing football.
In a joint-statement from the football associations - it's claimed the stadium capacities mean it would be the highest attend European Championship ever.
It's unknown yet whether host countries would automatically qualify for the finals.