Seven cities have been revealed as the potential Eurovision host locations!
According to the announcement twenty cities have submitted a bid for hosting Eurovision. Today, the BBC announced the shortlisted ones.
- Manchester – Manchester AO Arena (21,000)
- Birmingham – Birmingham World Resorts (15,685)
- Glasgow – Glasgow OVO Hydro (14,300)
- Leeds – Leeds First Direct (13,781)
- Sheffield – Sheffield Utilita (13,600)
- Newcastle – Newcastle Utilita (11,00)
- Liverpool – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena (11,000)
From the list above we can notice that there are no cities from the Wales nor the Northern Ireland. Moreover, there is no venue in the capital, London still on the run. Therefore, the contest will not take place for another year in a capital. The last time a capital city hosted Eurovision was back in 2018, when Lisbon was selected for the contest.
What do you think about the cities? Which is your favourite for hosting the contest? Let us know in the comments below!