✨ @bookingcom will be the official accommodation and attractions partner of #EURO2024 and #WEURO2025!— UEFA (@UEFA) November 16, 2023
The renewed partnership will help travelling fans get the very most of their @EURO2024 and @WEURO experiences.
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The renewal between the two entities will allow the travel agency to have a prominent digital and on-site brand presence throughout all 51 matches of the men’s competition and 31 matches of the women’s edition.
Earlier, the Dutch company had a stupendous time partnering with the 2021 and 2022 editions.
Guy-Laurent Epstein, UEFA Marketing Director, commented, “We are thrilled to renew the partnership with Booking.com for Euro 2024 and the Women’s Euro 2025. Building on the successes of the previous tournaments, UEFA and Booking.com remain dedicated to enhancing the fan’s journey.”
Natalie Wills, VP Brand Marketing, Booking.com, commented, “We are delighted to again be partnering with the UEFA European Football Championships. We know at Booking.com that passions inspire travel, and with our mission to help everyone experience the world, going to see your team play is the perfect reason to visit new destinations and to try new experiences, all while being part of some iconic football moments. This opportunity also means that we can be part of UEFA Women’s EURO 2025, supporting gender diversity and inclusivity in sport and travel.”
Booking.com is one of the most well-known online travel firms. It is a subsidiary of Booking Holdings and has its headquarters in Amsterdam. The company’s mobile app was the most downloaded in the travel agency category in 2022. Booking.com provided lodging reservation services for roughly 2.7 million properties, including 400,000 hotels, motels, and resorts and 2.3 million houses and apartments in over 220 countries and 40 languages as of December 31, 2022. It also provides flights in 54 markets as well as tours and activities in over 1,200 places.