UEFA pays homage to 'art of football' for Euro 2016 logo

The design for the UEFA Euro 2016 logo seeks to 'celebrate the art of football' by combining the beauty of the game with the cultural creativity of the host country France.

Central to the design is the Henri Delaunay Cup, which is set against the colours of the French flag that merge into flowing lines and shapes.

Client: Guy-Laurent Epstein, marketing director of UEFA.

Agency: Brandia Central

Designer: Miguel Viana


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