Mixed reaction to Dublin's host city logo for EURO 2020

UEFA, the FAI and Dublin City Council have launched the Dublin logo as a host city venue for EURO 2020 and people aren’t too sure about it.

The logo features the city's Beckett Bridge as part of UEFA's brand theme of city bridges for this 60th anniversary running of the tournament, which is being hosted across 13 European cities.

FAI CEO John Delaney, Dublin City Council's Cllr Dermot Lacey, UEFA Executive Committee member Frantisek Laurinec, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Minister for Sport, Shane Ross and Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O'Donovan, as well as former Republic of Ireland international Keith Andrews attended the launch at the CHQ Building in Dublin.

There has been some positive reaction online.

But also a fair amount of criticism.

Dublin will play host to three group matches and one Round of 16 game in what will be a unique multi-country format to an international football tournament.

What do you think?


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