Official UEFA Euro 2020 Mascot Revealed

25 March 2019

His name is Skillzy, and he loves freestyle and street football.

Euro 2020 mascot was presented on the colourful show in Amsterdam before qualifying match Netherlands – Germany.

Euro 2020 press office reports, 'His name is Skillzy. He demonstrated an amazing technique with Liv Cooke and Tobias Becs in front of 55 thousand viewers, who came to see the qualifying match Netherlands – Germany.’

UEFA has announced a freestylers competition. Residents of 12 countries, where Euro 2020 will be held, can record a video that represents the city of the tournament in the best way. Let us remind that St. Petersburg, Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Budapest, Bucharest, Glasgow, Dublin, Copenhagen, London, Munich and Rome have become the host cities of Euro 2020. Liv Cooke and Tobias Becs will select the best videos which will be put on the vote, and fans will choose two freestylers, a boy and a girl, from each city. The winners will become freestylers of Euro 2020 and will be able to take part in UEFA events.

Euro 2020 will take place in 12 cities of Europe from June 12 to July 12, 2020. St. Petersburg is one of the host cities, where three games of group stage and quarter-finals will be held.