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UEFA Euro 2004 bids

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UEFA Euro 2004 bids

The bidding process for UEFA Euro 2004 ended on 11 October 1999 in Aachen, Germany, when Portugal was selected as the host, beating Spain and the joint bid of Austria/Hungary.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Bids 2
    • Spain 2.1
    • Austria and Hungary 2.2
  • References 3

History

By October 1999 only 3 bids left to fight for earning the right to host EURO 2004:

  • Portugal
  • Austria–Hungary (joint bid),
  • Spain

On 11 October 1999, the UEFA Executive Committee voted on the bids, and chose Portugal as the winning bid.

Bids

Spain

The bid was launched on 8 November 1996.[2] The proposed venues for the bid were following:

Austria and Hungary

Bid launched 1997.[3]

Austria
Hungary

References

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