Heineken has secured a sponsorship deal to supply booze at the finals next summer, which are being staged in 12 countries across the continent.
FANS planning to travel to watch Euro 2020 have been given a major boost – after Heineken were announced as the official beer partners of the tournament.
They have taken over from the much maligned Carlsberg, which had been the only brand on sale at matches during France 2016.
And in another welcome development, it has been revealed that full-strength pints will be on sale at stadiums and in fan zones, unlike in the previous tournament.
Supporters were left frustrated at France 2016 when only low-strength beer was made available.
But subject to the local laws in the 12 cities hosting matches at Euro 2020, fans will now be able to enjoy proper booze again.
The announcement was made this morning in a deal which has also seen Dutch brewers Heineken extend their sponsorship of the Champions League and Europa League, which has included their popular brand Amstel.