Dublin city’s custom logo design for EURO 2020 has been revealed, even though the games are still three years away. Dublin along with 12 other cities will be hosting UEFA EURO 2020, the other cities include, Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome, and St Petersburg. European football’s governing body’s plan was to hold the tournament across the continent and not in just one city or country.
Each host city will have a unique logo, only Dublin’s custom logo design has been unveiled. The logos of the other host cities are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.
UEFA General Secretary, Gianni Infantino said “There will be only one venue per country and it means the semi-finals and the final will be played in the same venue.” Sources say that Wembley might be a possible venue for the final.
The Aviva Stadium, Dublin will be hosting four games, the list of games hasn’t been revealed yet. Until the schedule of the tournament is published in December 2019, the teams in each game will be unknown.
The host city Dublin’s logo for UEFA EURO 2020 features the iconic Samuel Beckett Bridge, which is a symbol of connection and unity. Another significance of this bridge is that its road leads to the Aviva Stadium.
John Delaney, Chief Executive of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) said “I would like to thank UEFA for awarding us host city status for this famous tournament. The hosting of these games gives us a great opportunity to grow football – particularly Street and Community football – and I am delighted that Robbie Keane has agreed to lend his support to leave a strong football legacy for the next generation.