Spain have reportedly offered to host next month's European Championships because of the current political situation in Ukraine.
Euro 2012 is scheduled to be co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland and will start on June 8th.
But following last week's bombings in Dnipropetrovsk which left 27 people injured, Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) president Angel Maria Villar has reportedly told UEFA that Spain will step in if required to host the tournament.
UEFA has insisted that should the political situation in Ukraine becomes more unstable, the only possible option would be to postpone the tournament.
But according to to Onda Cero, 62-year-old Villar has already spoken to UEFA president Michel Platini and has stated that Spain is ready to stage Euro 2012 at short notice.
Following the bombings, several European leaders have cancelled visits to Ukraine amid growing concern over alleged mistreatment of the jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko.
EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding have confirmed they will boycott Euro 2012, as may German Chancellor Angela Merke, with a spokesman stating that her visit will depend on Ms Tymoshenko's fate.
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen has already said the Berlin government should stay away from Euro 2012, although Ukraine's foreign ministry has since said it hopes reports about a boycott are just "a press canard".
Defending champions Spain hosted the European Championships in 1964.