UEFA Euro 2020: Henri Delaunay Trophy is visiting all 11 UEFA EURO 2020 host cities ahead of the tournament.
Henri Delaunay Trophy is visiting all 11 UEFA EURO 2020 host cities
The Henri Delaunay Trophy is visiting all 11 UEFA EURO 2020 host cities ahead of the start of the tournament. Trophy being exhibited in a glass showcase on the car’s rooftop. While, enthusiastic fans receive the opportunity to take videos beside the trophy and have their individual personalized digital UEFA EURO 2020 encounter, courtesy of TikTok.
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Also reached “Bucharest”
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UEFA EURO 2000 finalist Demetrio Albertini escorted the trophy and visited Rome where the trophy stopped off at the Colosseum and the Terrazza del Pincio.
Iconic sites and host cities
Amsterdam, Baku, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome, Saint Petersburg, and Seville will all host matches, with the tournament kicking off in the Italian capital on 11 June and the final taking place in London on 11 July.
30 April–1 May 2021: Budapest
7–8 May 2021: Baku
11 May 2021: Copenhagen
14–15 May 2021: Amsterdam
22–23 May 2021: Saint Petersburg
28 May 2021: Munich
1–3 June 2021: Glasgow
4–5 June 2021: London
The ambassadors on the tour that will accompany the silverware trophy are Danish EURO winners Peter Schmeichel, Brian Laudrup, and Flemming Povlsen, 2008 runner-up Philipp Lahm and former semi-finalist Wesley Sneijder.
To move around the Trophy, Volkswagen has created a unique ID.3 model car to carry and transport the renowned silverware around the host cities. Skillz, the UEFA EURO 2020 amulet, will be part of the action too, showing off his freestyle tricks while the trophy moves around the host cities.
More details will also be available via the UEFA EURO 2020 app, which provides daily tips, interactive maps, safety notifications, and the UEFA Festival schedule for spectators, as well as in-depth reporting, notifications, and stats for every match and team.
By the way, criticism is still hovering over Euro 2020 and recent comments by Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin. But fans are excited to see and witness it as the tournament cannot be delayed more.
UEFA made a “wrong call” by insisting that Euro 2020 matches are played before a live crowd, said Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin