For the first time, the ‘Bid Code’ was accompanied by a shorter, publicly available, ‘bid brochure’ and an official bidding website, ‘Beyond 2020’, adding transparency to the bidding process and giving current and future stakeholders, partners, sponsors, the media as well as fans an insight into one of Europe’s biggest indoor sport events.
The digital and print publications set out the EHF’s vision for the EHF EURO events in 2022 and 2024 and offer bidding nations an insight into the standards and expectations of organising a major international sports event.
From 2020 the EHF EURO events will develop still further as the men’s final tournament expands from a 16-team event to be played by 24 teams.
In 2020 the men’s event will also be organised across three nations (Sweden, Austria and Norway) with the final matches to be the first to be played in a football arena, the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm.
Launch Beyond 2020 Website