adidas UEFA Euro 2008 Campaign

In celebration of the upcoming UEFA EURO 2008 tournament, one of the event’s largest sponsors, adidas has created some larger than life displays in Switzerland and Austria for their “Dream Big” campaign. At the Zurich train station there is a 17-meter-high huddle of eleven football stars from nine nations, welcoming visitors of the games. The Vienna Prater will be the home of a 42 meter-tall Petr Cech, the Czech player is shown with eight arms symbolizing his goalkeeping abilities. Vienna will also showcase 16 extra-large Football boots; these adidas F50 TUNiT’s will be sporting 16 different colorways inspired by the flags of each participating nation.

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In celebration of the upcoming UEFA EURO 2008 tournament, one of the event’s largest sponsors, adidas has created some larger than life displays in Switzerland and Austria for their “Dream Big” campaign. At the Zurich train station there is a 17-meter-high huddle of eleven football stars from nine nations, welcoming visitors of the games. The Vienna Prater will be the home of a 42 meter-tall Petr Cech, the Czech player is shown with eight arms symbolizing his goalkeeping abilities. Vienna will also showcase 16 extra-large Football boots; these adidas F50 TUNiT’s will be sporting 16 different colorways inspired by the flags of each participating nation.

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