Dublin’s hosting of UEFA EURO 2020 next year will be worth an estimated €106m to the Irish economy according to an independent economic impact study carried out by EY-DKM on behalf of Dublin City Council. Continue reading
It promises to be a day of days for Irish sport and with the main action taking place in Japan and Georgia it will be a TV feast for most.
Coca Cola has signed up to be the Non-Alcoholic Beverage Sponsor for the Eur0 2020 tournament, four games of which are to be staged in Dublin.
Football has a mixed history with singing. It’s an important part of the match day experience but when committed to a recording or a performance outside of the ground it can lead to collaborations that are best left off the playlist. Continue reading
We spoke yesterday with Phillipe Margraff of UEFA about the logistics of ticketing the Euro’s across Europe next year and how things were going before the portal shuts for the first phase of sales at noon today. Continue reading
The portal will remain open until July 12th and if as expected, demand exceeds the available number of tickets, then a lottery system will be applied. Continue reading
Sport for Business has worked with Mooney on a number of projects and his presence at such a challenging time will be a major boost for the FAI and for the confidence that both the Irish Government and more importantly World Football will have in its ability to navigate the rough waters it finds itself. Continue reading
The official mascot for UEFA EURO 2020 has been unveiled. Watch his debut appearance and read about how two Irish freestyle footballers could be joining him. Continue reading
Sport for Business can reveal this morning the initial details of how brands can put themselves in the running to become national sponsors across next year’s Euro 2020 tournament. Continue reading
The Convention Centre looked well and there were blue skies outside to greet the arrival of the football world to yesterday’s draw for the Euro 2020 Championship Qualifiers. Continue reading