We’ve been missing a lot of things this past year. From hugs to laughter and general good times. UEFA EURO 2020™ will be the first time in a while when we can finally come together… to be rivals again! Because the one thing that hasn’t changed is that every match with our European cousins is a derby. Not only are you playing for the trophy, but for the next 4 years of bragging rights. Let us celebrate this football festival like we’ve always done, with cheers and Heineken!
Showcase your football knowledge. Every game will have a Star of the Match, predict it and prove that all those hours watching football had paid off. You can choose any player before the game, even a player from a rival team… will you?Outpredict your rivals
During the UEFA EURO 2020™ there is only one flag that matters, yours. Find the bottle with your national flag on it and cheer for your team!
The Star of the Match is the best player that gets selected by UEFA EURO 2020™ at the end of each game.
Simply select the match day, the specific match, the team and who you think is going to be the best player of the selected match. Fill the details to receive an email when the match is over. You will discover if your guess is right.
You can enter the Star Predictor only if you meet the minimum legal drinking age required in your country.
You can vote in all UEFA EURO 2020™ 51 matches, from the first groups to the finals, but only place one prediction per match.
You need to place your Star of the Match prediction before the match starts.
After each of 51 UEFA EURO 2020™ matches, the best experts from UEFA pick the Star of the Match.
Yes, we are proud to be an official partner of UEFA EURO 2020™.
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