NEWS: With one day to go to the qualifiers draw for Men’s EHF EURO 2020, the official slogan for the championship, which will be played in Sweden, Austria and Norway from 10 to 26 January 2020, has been revealed
'DREAM, WIN, REMEMBER' becomes official slogan of EHF EURO 2020
With one day to go to the qualifiers draw for Men’s EHF EURO 2020, the official slogan for the championship, which will be played in Sweden, Austria and Norway from 10 to 26 January 2020, has been revealed.
The tagline’s long version reads ‘DREAM TODAY, WIN TOMORROW, REMEMBER FOREVER.’
In the lead-up and over the course of the championship the slogan, or parts of it as it is designed for also single elements to be used, will be seen on billboards across the hosting cities. It forms the basis for online and print advertisement and will also be visible across a range of championship merchandise and included in the venue branding.
Qualifiers draw takes place on 12 April
With 32 teams participating, more than ever before, it is the biggest qualification to date in EHF EURO history. The top-two teams of each group as well as the four best third-ranked teams will qualify for Men's EHF EURO 2020 and join Sweden, Austria, Norway and Spain.
“These three words fit perfectly in order to tell stories about EHF EURO 2020 in many different ways. ‘DREAM TODAY’ are two very emotional words. A child can dream to become a handball professional; players can dream of winning a medal or an organiser can dream of creating the best EHF EURO ever.”
‘We will for sure remember 2020, it will be an event to ‘REMEMBER FOREVER’. It is the first EHF EURO which will see 24 teams competing. For the first time we will have three organisers. The EHF EURO Cup as preparation tournament for the hosting nations plus Spain is a premiere – and for the first time we will see the final being staged in a football arena.”
About Men's EHF EURO 2020
The Men’s EHF EURO 2020 will be played from 10 to 26 January 2020. It is the first to be played with 24 teams and the first to be hosted by three nations. Sweden will organise two preliminary and one main round group plus the final weekend. Venues chosen are Gothenburg’s Scandinavium, the Malmö Arena and the Tele 2 Arena in Stockholm (final weekend only), a 20,000+ capacity stadium. Austria will host two preliminary round groups and one main round group in the Wiener Stadthalle and the Stadthalle Graz. The 'New Nidarohallen' in Trondheim, which is currently under construction and will seat 8,000 people, is the venue for the two preliminary round groups played in Norway.
TEXT: EHF / ts
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