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On 14.2.2018 at 6:34 PM, Tulsa said:

With Erdogan in Turkey ? Impossible, nobody in Europe want to do something for Turkey. 

you never know with this international federation

 

the German Bid could also has some flaws, actually part of the UEFA requirements are against German laws. (like the tax exemption)

While someone like Erdogan can fulfill all the wishes of the UEFA.

 

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Turkish Football Federation submits bid book to host UEFA EURO 2024

A Turkish Football Federation (TFF) delegation has visited UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, to submit their bid book to host UEFA EURO 2024.

TFF President Yıldırım Demirören handed over the bid documents to UEFA General Secretary Theodore Theodoridis at the House of European Football on Thursday.

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The German Football Association (DFB) also officially submitted their bid book to UEFA this week.

In the upcoming weeks, the UEFA administration will start evaluating the final bid dossiers. During this evaluation phase, bidders may be required by UEFA to elaborate upon and substantiate their bids as described in their bid dossiers. As part of its transparent bidding process UEFA will then prepare a written evaluation report on each bid by September 2018.

On 27 September 2018, the UEFA Executive Committee will meet in Nyon to vote on who has won the right to host UEFA EURO 2024 in Nyon. The full voting procedure can be found in the UEFA EURO 2024 bid regulations (Annex A).

 

https://www.uefa.com/insideuefa/mediaservices/newsid=2554475.html

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Woah, that's.....different....

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AFL Architects has released images of a proposed overhaul of Istanbul’s Ataturk stadium as part of Turkey’s application to host the UEFA Euro 2024 football tournament.

AFL’s stadium design would see the stadium enveloped by a white glassfibre-reinforced concrete (GRC) exoskeleton with wind capture technology, allowing the stadium to generate energy. The practice said the design of the cladding takes its inspiration from traditional Turkish hats and artwork.

A first phase of redevelopment would create a new lower tier with concourses and player facilities built within the existing stadium structure. The second phase would rebuild the upper tiers.

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https://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/afl-unveils-stadium-designs-for-turkeys-euro-2024-bid/10030595.article?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#link_time=1525170222

 

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This topic hasn't had any posts since 2018. Now first time four years later, this will be the first post. Three month ago, The UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany unveiled the tournament's official logo and slogan. Here it is:

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https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=658412431810071

The slogan: "United By Football: in the heart of Europe" (German: United By Football: Vereint im Herzen Europas") is the same as they used in the bid. The logo was designed by VMLY&R Portugal the Lisbon based agency and division of VMLY&R the New York (USA) based agency who created previously the UEFA Euro 2020 logo.

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Along with the colours/flags of all UEFA nations, this logo is supposed to resemble the open roof of Berlin's Olympic stadium, which

A ) should be a clear sign that Berlin will host the final (and not Munich) and

B ) isn't really obvious. At least I did not notice until I read that on a design website.

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