Euro 2020 was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak last year. It finally started on 11th June this year and has been a great tournament so far with many great comebacks and shocking results.
So as we are now in the semi-final stages, the official ball manufacturer of Euro 2020, Adidas, has now revealed the Euro 2020 Uniforia Finale ball which will be used in the last three matches.
The Uniforia Finale ball has some patterns which resemble the arch of the Wembley stadium where the two semi-finals and the final will be played. The remaining four teams, England, Italy, Spain and Denmark have already been provided with the new balls to make themselves habituated before kickoff.
UEFA.com quoted about the Uniforia Finale ball: “Revealed in November 2019, the Uniforia is named after both the unity and the euphoria that top-level national-team competition can bring. Its design shows bold, black brush-stroke style lines running across the ball, symbolising the blurring of boundaries and crossing of borders as reflective of the competition’s new transcontinental format. These broad strokes are interspersed with flashes of bright light colours, representing the tournament’s diversity and the coming together of different cultures.”
The two semi-finals are:
Italy vs Spain – 7th July (12:30 am IST)
England vs Demark – 8th July (12:30 am IST)
The final will be:
Italy/Spain vs England/Denmark – 12th July (12:30 am IST)