Euro 2024: Olaf Salts marked the 100-day countdown for the summer’s big football date

The mark today (6/3) the 100-day countdown for the , with a series of events across the country and Chancellor Olaf Salts holding in his hands the official tournament ball. With millions of visitors expected during Euro 2024 to be hosted in 10 German cities, Interior Minister Nancy Fazer said securing the tournament and protecting fans and visitors is a top priority. Olaf Salts and many members of the government, including Foreign Minister Anna Bourbok, Finance and Climate Minister Robert Hambeck and Finance Minister Christian Lider participated in the relevant photo shoot. Germany hosts its first major international football tournament after the 2006 World Cup and Euro 2024, starting on June 14, will be held in 10 cities. “We will have 2.7 million fans on the courts and up to 12 million fans in the fan zones of the 10 cities hosting the tournament,” said Fazer. “Obviously the safety of the tournament and the visitors and fans is for me the highest priority. We’re well prepared. “ The Germans, three times winners, will start the one month tournament in Munich on 14 June against Scotland, with the final scheduled to take place on 14 July at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. “A Euro on the bench is something very special for each player but also for us in the football federation and throughout the country,” said German football federation (DFB) national football federation (DFB) director Rudy Feller. “As a nation we want to be excellent hosts for fans from all over Europe and celebrate a major football festival”.