Talk:UEFA Euro 1968
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Don't think there was an official logo...
The official programme for the Euro 68 finals didn't feature an official logo for the tournament at all, as this picture shows: http://deutschefussballcollection.com/programs/Euro%201968%20Finals%20Official%20Programme.htm
In fact, judging by pictures of other programmes from the European Championship tournaments prior to 1980 (on that same site), it doesn't appear as if any of them had an official logo of some sort. Bluebird207 (talk) 22:40, 14 November 2009 (UTC)