On Tuesday Glasgow will launch their logo for Euro 2020 at the Science Centre where the Scottish FA’s UEFA Euro 2020 Ambassador, Sir Alex Ferguson and UEFA Executive Committee member, Davor Suker will be in attendance.


Two years ago Hampden was chosen to host games as part of the European Championships in 2020 which marks the 60th anniversary of the European confederation.


Hampden will stage three group stage games and one last 16 match.


Every qualified host would be guaranteed two home games in the group phase, but there would be no such guarantee for the knockout stage. A maximum of two host teams would be drawn into each of the six groups.


Wembley Stadium in London was chosen to host the semi-finals and final.


Dublin (Ireland) Munich (Germany), Baku (Azerbaijan), Rome (Italy), St Petersburg (Russia), Bilbao (Spain), Bucharest (Romania), Brussels (Belgium), Budapest (Hungary), Copenhagen (Denmark) and Amsterdam (Netherlands) are the other cities that will host games as part of Euro 2020.


24 sides will be involved again at Euro 2020 following the decision to increase the number of participating teams for Euro 2016. There will be no automatic qualifiers, however, with all the nations with host cities required to earn their place at the finals.


The European Qualifiers – running from March to November 2019 – will send 20 competitors to the tournament, namely the top two teams in each of the ten qualifying groups. Four more countries will qualify via the new UEFA Nations League, with the decisive play-offs to be staged in March 2020.


16 sides will take part in the play-offs and are grouped four by four. Each group vies for one qualification spot.