Ireland and the UK look set to be confirmed as hosts of Euro 2028.
It comes after Turkey withdrew its application for the tournament.
UEFA, the governing body of football in Europe, has confirmed Turkey has withdrawn its bid - instead opting to host the 2032 edition of the tournament with Italy.
It means Ireland and the UK are the only remaining bidders for Euro 2028.
The Aviva Stadium in Dublin, and the yet to be built Casement Park in Belfast, are two of the 10 confirmed venues for the combined Irish and UK bid.
There are also six stadiums in England, Hampden Park in Scotland and the Cardiff National Stadium in Wales.
Hosting duties of both the 2028 and 2032 tournaments still require the approval of UEFA's Executive Committee at its meeting in Switzerland next Tuesday.
When the bid was formally submitted, a plan suggested Euro 2028 would raise €3 billion for Ireland's economy - while there are plans to invest €50 million in soccer here.
The tournament is expected to be the highest attended European Championships ever.
Dublin was due to host games at Euro 2020, which was held in 2021 because of the pandemic, but the games had to be moved due to restrictions.
Additional reporting: Jack Quann