UEFA European Championship anthems and songs

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UEFA European Championship anthems and songs are tunes and songs adopted officially to be used as warm-ups to the event, to accompany the championships during the event and as a souvenir reminder of the events as well as for advertising campaigns leading for the Euro Championship, giving the singers exceptional universal world coverage and notoriety.

The songs chosen are usually multilingual using English, the language of the official language of the organising country as well as other world languages, most notably Spanish. The official versions also results in cover versions in many other languages by the original artist or by local artists.

Anthems and Songs[edit]

Euro Country Title Language Performer(s) Writer(s) & Producer(s) Audios & Videos
1992  Sweden "More Than a Game" English Towe Jaarnek

Peter Jöback

Peter Jöback and Lasse Holm Audio
1996  England "We're in This Together" English Simply Red Official Music Video
2000  Netherlands
 Belgium
"Campione 2000" English E-Type E-Type, Rick Blaskey, and Kent Brainerd Live Performance - Opening Ceremony
Official Music Video-1
Official Music Video-2
2004  Portugal "Força" English Nelly Furtado Nelly Furtado, Gerald Eaton, Brian West Live Performance - Closing Ceremony
Official Music Video
2008  Austria
  Switzerland
"Can You Hear Me" English Enrique Iglesias Enrique Iglesias, Steve Morales, Frankie Storm, Big Ben Diehl, Carlos Paucar Live Performance - Closing Ceremony
Official Music Video
2012  Poland
 Ukraine
"Endless Summer" English Oceana Oceana Mahlmann, Marc F. Jackson, Andreas Litterscheid, Blair Mackichan, Hugo Oscar, Reinhard Raith, Mense Reents, Jakobus Siebels Official Music Video
2016  France "This One's for You"[1] English David Guetta

Zara Larsson

David Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort, Afrojack, Ester Dean Live Performance - Closing Ceremony
Official Music Video
2020  Europe TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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