November 16 – UEFA and adidas have unveiled FUSSBALLLIEBE, the Official Match Ball of UEFA EURO 2024 at a special event in front of the Olympiastadion in Berlin.
November 15 – UEFA and the German FA (DFB) have jointly signed the Human Rights Declaration for Euro 2024 stating that the two organisations will uphold and protect human rights during the event, and “create a framework for the implementation of related processes”.
November 15 – The Euro 2024 qualifier between Bulgaria and Hungary has been relocated back to Sofia having been moved to Plovdiv over fears of fan protests in the capital.
November 14 – Plovdiv Municipality has refused to allow the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) to use the Hristo Botev stadium for the upcoming Euro2024 qualification match against Hungary, due to be played on Thursday.
November 13 – Playing in their first match since Hamas militants attacked their country on October 7, Israel’s chances of reaching the European Championship finals have taken a significant downward turn after losing 1-0 to Kosovo in their delayed qualifying game.
November 7 – England will play two friendlies against Brazil and Belgium in March 2024 at Wembley as part of their preparation for their Euro 2024 campaign.
November 7 – The Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) has surprisingly decided to move Bulgaria’s upcoming Euro 2024 qualifier against Hungary, to be played on November 16, from the national stadium Vassil Levski in Sofia, to Plovdiv.
November 1 – Israel will play their next two home Euro 2024 qualifiers in Hungary, UEFA has announced.
October 30 – UEFA have announced that over 20 million fans applied for Euro 2024 match tickets during the first round of ticket sales, including 7.8 million applications in the opening 24 hours.
October 26 – Coca-Cola has become a global sponsor of Euro 2024, UEFA confirmed on Wednesday.
October 24 – Israel’s men and women national teams have had their fixtures rearranged, with clubs expected to release players outside the international window.
October 20 – UEFA has announced that Euro 2024 ticket holders will enjoy free public transport in German host cities during a 36-hour time window around matches.
October 20 – Belgium and Sweden will not continue their Euro 2024 qualifier that was abandoned at half time following the terrorist attack that killed two Swedish supporters in the centre of Brussels on October 16.
October 18 – With two games to spare, England qualified for a major tournament for the eighth successive time as they reached Euro 24 after defeating Italy 3-1 at Wembley on Tuesday, avenging their heartbreaking penalty shootout defeat at the same venue in the delayed 2020 final.