This summer, Great Britain offered to host the rescheduled Euro 2020 tournament.
This was after the government started to draw up proposals to allow supporters back into stadiums by the end of May.
One of the most seriously impacted nations by the coronavirus has been the United Kingdom, which has officially reported more than 120,000 deaths since the pandemic began a year ago.
This optimistic move in the battle against the virus has led to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden offering UEFA services to the nation by hosting Euro 2020 exclusively in Great Britain.
This is provided that, according to the Sunday Times, they may be the first major European country to welcome fans back into stadiums.
After the coronavirus took control in all of Europe last year, the Euros were postponed.
With the tournament initially expected to be held in 12 different countries, it became logistically difficult to coordinate it safely.