UEFA has released the official logo for the 2020 European Championship at a ceremony in London.
Euro 2020 is set to be hosted across 13 countries with London's Wembley Stadium staging the semifinals and final.
It is being played across the continent to mark the 60th anniversary of the tournament, with host cities including Munich, Rome, Amsterdam, Dublin, Glasgow, Bilbao, Copenhagen and St Petersburg.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said: "Being able to bring the Euro 2020 in as many countries and cities, see football as a bridge between nations and bring competition fans, this is the essence of the game."
Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, added: "UEFA Euro 2020 will strengthen the leading position of London as the world capital of sport and show that our city is open to the largest international talent and football supporters from across Europe."
UEFA will continue to unveil logos at each of the host cities over the next 13 days with Italian capital Rome the next destination.