Google Doodle celebrates the opening of the 16th UEFA European Championship UEFA EURO 2020. The graffiti shows a football field in the park. An “o” in Google is a football. It is not an interactive graffiti like it used to be, but it links to the UEFA EURO 2020 search results page and shows the schedule of all competitions. The 2020 European Cup was originally scheduled to be held on June 12th last year, but it had to be postponed due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Google updated its search homepage graffiti to celebrate Euro 2020, which will kick off on June 11th (June 12th in India). The title of the graffiti is “UEFA Euro 2020”, and there is a picture of a children’s park football field and a whistle for the start of the game. The second “O” in Google is a football with a whistle below. This Google doodle is not interactive, but clicking on it will take you to the UEFA EURO 2020 search page, which shows the game schedule. The alternate text reads “UEFA EURO 2020 starts”.
The Google Doodle page explained that 51 games were held in multiple cities in Europe for the first time this year. The 2020 European Cup will be held on June 11th (June 12th in India) in 11 cities in 11 UEFA countries and will continue until July 12th. It was originally scheduled to be held on June 12th last year, but due to the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the 19 pandemic had to be postponed and the blockade imposed as a result. Although the competition will be held in 2021, it will still be called UEFA EURO 2020.
The first game will be held at the Olympic Stadium in Rome at 12.30 am (IST) on June 12. The next game will be held between Wales and Switzerland at 6:30 pm on the same day. UEFA EURO 2020 Google Doodle will be broadcast live all over the world, including Canada, Russia, India and European countries. It is not available in the United States, Africa, Australia, Greenland and some other regions.
Google’s full post reads: “It’s time to participate in the European Football Championship 2020! Since 1960, the main event for football fans around the world, this year is the first time in history that 51 games have been held in a European host city-there are in total 12 games! It started with Turkey and Italy in Rome’s largest sports facility: the Olympic Stadium. So who will be called the Euro 2020 champion and take home this year’s Henry Delaunay trophy? Please next month Watch. Best luck to all participating teams!”
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