UEFA began Die Campaign Real Scars

With the start of the European Football Championship of females in England, the brand-new respect program of the European Football Union Real Scars also begins. The objective of the campaign is the fight versus Web discrimination: UEFA wishes to illustrate the damaging impacts of on the internet abuse and also discusses how they can protect themselves against footballers as well as authorities.

cooperation with the big social media systems


The European Football Union is supported by countless expert stars. Among others from the Swiss Alisha Lehmann, who runs for Aston Rental property, or European champion Jorgho.

In this program, the UEFA functions very closely with the huge social media systems Twitter, Tikkok or Meta (Facebook and Instagram). The concrete measures of Real Scars need to be utilized for all final rounds in young people, males as well as women’s competitors over the next three years.

docudrama series is planned

During the Female’s Champion, the video clip for the project with all ambassadors should run on the huge video screens every game. A five-part docudrama collection is intended to start in the center of the event. The Outraged series concentrates on protecting against misuse as well as the sharpening of consciousness for the significance of this subject.


Off for Panini albums for the EM 2024

For the European Football Championship 2024 in Germany, scrapbook fans must be made on an innovation.

The American collecting card manufacturer Topps became a partner of the EURO 2024 and 2028 and thus sells the official stickers for these tournaments, as the company announced.

This ends the decades of partnership of the cult-collection image company Panini from the Italian Modena, which, according to the European Football Union UEFA 1980, began. The company did not comment on demand at first. Previously, the “picture” newspaper had reported about it.

“For Topps, it’s an absolute milestone as we celebrate our first partnership with the UEFA Euro in our over 70-year history,” said Topps Marketing Chief Patrick Rausch loud message.

As an advertising point, the company brought himself to the Portuguese coach legend José Mourinho into the boat. “The Special One” (the special), as his fans often call him, currently trains the Italian series A-Lub as Rome.