Mascot unveiled for Euro 2016

Mascot unveiled for Euro 2016
By Euronews
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The Euro 2016 mascot was unveiled on Tuesday night.

It made its first public appearance ahead of France’s friendly with Sweden at the impressive Stade Vélodrome in Marseille.

So far the mascot has no name, although that will change in the coming weeks.

Until 26 November, the public will be able to vote for their preferred name for the mascot with the choices being Driblou, Goalix or Super Victor.

People can vote for their favourite of the three by subscribing on UEFA’s website.

The European championships in France begin on 10 June 2016 with the final on 10 July.

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