UEFA are marking the 60th anniversary of the tournament by hosting it in a shitload of cities hence why matches at the Aviva could be on the cards.
With delays to the construction of a proposed stadium in the Belgian city of Brussels, UEFA has made the decision to move the group-stage matches that were originally set for Belgium to Wembley Stadium, as well as a Round-of-16 matchup.
Qualified host nations are guaranteed two games at home.
UEFA selected Rome's Stadio Olimpico to be the venue for the opening game of the 24-team tournament, despite interest from Glasgow's Hampden Park.
Despite being in the running as alternative options, Cardiff's Principality Stadium and Stockholm's Friends Arena missed out on the chance to replace Brussels.
Group A games will be played in Rome and Baku, while Group B games will take place in Saint Petersburg and Copenhagen.
Glenn also thanked the Government and Mayor of London for their help in securing the games, which will be staged in a post-Brexit Britain. "Today we don't know if they can build a stadium or not", Ceferin told reporters.
Bilbao and Dublin have been paired together in Group E and Munich and Budapest will host Group F games.
Ceferin said the decision followed the Eurostadium project's failure to meet the conditions imposed by the UEFA executive committee in September 2017.
The FA and Khan added that they would now work on a programme of "community activity" around the month-long tournament, while sports minister Tracey Crouch said it was "great news".