7 sports, 4,500 elite athletes, 2 cities, 12 days of televised competition … one multi-sport European Championships.
Join us in Glasgow and Berlin to celebrate Europe at its best.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has confirmed additional free-to-air coverage agreements for the inaugural European Championships in Glasgow and Berlin in 2018.
European Championships Management would like to wish each and every one of you a very Merry Festive Season and a Happy New Year. It has been an exciting year for the European Championships as we all work towards the inaugural edition of the multi-sport event in Glasgow and Berlin in August 2018.
The European Championships has begun the host city process for 2022. Find out more about sport’s most dynamic, cost effective and sustainable new event which delivers an incredible city marketing opportunity in and around the stadiums and in front of a huge TV & digital audience.
Are you looking for an opportunity which can transform your brand or company? European Championships 2018 is sport’s most exciting new event and is offering the chance for ambitious partners to be part of a next generation, sustainable, inclusive and responsible multi-sport event.
European Championships 2018 is providing 12 action-packed days of sport through its broadcast partner, EBU, which is the world’s leading alliance of public service broadcasters. 2,700 hours of captivating action will be shown by Europe’s leading free-to-air broadcasters.
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