The only championship that England have won in the big leagues now is the 1966 World Cup, which takes place on their home turf. In hosting the last major tournament, EURO 1996, it was also the tournament that England considered most likely to be in the modern era. Being a host is always a very important concept for England football.
And in general, for the British, football field is a big problem in football. There’s no way the UK Super Cup, even if it’s a semi-official match, is being held outside of England, like the unthinkable that France, Italy or Spain did.
Talking about the importance of football field in English football life is to mention the tradition of banning football television on the Saturday afternoon. During the peak hours of Saturday, you will not be able to watch football on television, except for illegal viewing. Enjoying football is probably life? So please come to the stadium. When Covid-19 just broke out and the media announced that it could happen, there was one thing that would be immutable: Saturday Black-out will remain in every way that anyone can think of.
When it comes to football problems, it is afraid that it is a conundrum, even a taboo. If not handled well, there may be unpredictable consequences for the Premier League. England can be a football hometown. But English football has never been known for its organizational ability, especially when it comes to the logical side of how it works. When Leicester won the 2016 Premier League, they had to use the whole summer to invite a set of UEFA experts to visit King Power Stadium. Thanks to see if this yard has any unqualified places in the Champions League. If not, it can be overcome. They are not confident enough about a problem always clear in the rules!