A history of every Euros mascot from 1980 to 2016, including Super Victor

first_img 10 10 Benelucky was the official mascot of Euro 2000, co-hosted in the Netherlands and Belgium Goaliath was the official mascot of Euro 1996, hosted in England Péno was the official mascot of Euro 1984, hosted in France Most, by now, will be familiar with the Euro 2016 mascot.Super Victor is the face of this summer’s tournament and is set to feature heavily on our television screens over the next month.EVERY OFFICIAL EUROS FINAL MATCH BALL FROM 1968 TO 2016And taking inspiration from Super Victor, talkSPORT has seen it fitting to take a trip down memory lane, looking at every mascot used over the years for the European Championships.While the first finals were held in 1960, an official mascot wasn’t introduced until 1980.Check out every mascot by viewing the slideshow above. 10 10 Kinas was the official mascot of Euro 2004, hosted in Portugal 10 10 10 Trix and Fix were the official mascots of Euro 2008, oc-hosted in Austria and Switzerland Rabbit was the official mascot of Euro 1992, hosted in Sweden 10 10 Pinocchio was the very first official mascot to be introduced for a European Championship and appeared at Italy 1980 – click the arrow above, right, to take a look at every mascot up to 2016 10 Berni was the official mascot of Euro 1988, hosted in West Germany Slavek and Slavko were the official mascots of Euro 2012, co-hosted in Poland and Ukraine Super Victor is the official mascot of Euro 2016, hosted in Francelast_img

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