Uefa euro 2016 Mascot - Introducing The EURO 2016 Mascot
Uefa euro 2016 Mascot - The UEFA European Football Championship has featured mascots since 1980. The very first mascot was Pinocchio, for the UEFA Euro 1980 in Italy. Since then, every tournament has had a mascot except for the UEFA Euro 2008 and UEFA Euro 2012, that both had two. The mascots are mostly targeted at children, with cartoon shows and other merchandise released to coincide with the competition.
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The official mascot for UEFA EURO 2016 was revealed on 18 November 2014 before France’s game against Sweden. He did not have a name, though, and a public vote was launched to decide it. After 107,790 people took part, Super Victor took 48% of the vote ahead of alternative names Driblou (25%) and Goalix (27%).
Introducing The EURO 2016 Mascot
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