Sport at the highest level is often as much about anticipation as it is about winning. On that basis then maybe last night’s failure to secure an automatic place at Euro 2020 may not have been as bad as it felt in the Aviva Stadium shortly after 9-30 pm. Continue reading
Getting to the Aviva Stadium on Monday is going to test the patience of an Irish crowd used to rocking up and walking straight from the Dart into the ground as there will be a raft of temporary restriction is place as a warm-up for the stadium hosting four games in next summer’s Euro 2020 Finals. Continue reading
Heineken has taken over the ‘Official Beer’ designation for Euro 2020, replacing Carlsberg who been in the position since those heady days of Euro ’88. Continue reading
adidas has revealed the official match ball for UEFA EURO 2020. This is the first major tournament the finals of which will take place across 12 cities, including Dublin and following that theme of mixing things up the ball has been named the Uniforia, a mash-up of the unity and euphoria that Uefa hope the games will bring. Continue reading
The staging of major events often requires things being done outside the normal way and that is what will be tested at the Aviva Stadium for the crunch Euro 2020 Qualifier against Denmark on November 18th. Continue reading
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