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A new era in world sport will get underway in the summer of 2018 as Glasgow and Berlin host the inaugural European Championships — an exciting new multi-sport event bringing together some of the continent’s leading sports.

The 2018 European Championships will run from 2 - 12 August, putting both Scotland and Glasgow in the spotlight with a potential television audience of up to 1.03 billion across Europe.

Glasgow 2018 Welcome Packs are also available for businesses. Packs include: bunting, flags window stickers, coasters, pens and balloons - they are available on request from marketing2018@glasgow.gov.uk.  

Nine Glasgow 2018 Facebook frames have been created for businesses and individuals to use as an overlay on their Facebook profile. Visit facebook.com/profilepicframes and search 'Glasgow 2018' to select yours.

Find out more about the European Championships including tickets and latest news at Glasgow2018.com.

Glasgow 2018 Welcome logo brand guidelines

Published: July 2018

Glasgow 2018 logos and banners

Published: July 2018

Glasgow 2018 location map

Published: July 2018

Glasgow 2018 - facts and figures for businesses

Published: July 2018

Key facts about the European Championships

  • Run by leading European Sports Federations
  • Brings together existing individual European Championships into one co-ordinated multi-sport concept
  • 11-day celebration of European sport staged every four years
  • 2018 European Championships to include seven leading sports: athletics, swimming, cycling, rowing, triathlon, golf and gymnastics
  • Approximately 4,500 athletes to compete
  • The European Broadcasting Union and their free-to-air members are the broadcast partners for the European Championships
  • The individual events will have a potential total audience of more than 1.03 billion television viewers across the continent and an even wider audience via multiple digital platforms.