UEFA has unveiled the new UEFA EURO 2020 mascot: Skillzy.

Skillzy was devised by UEFA to provide a unique and interactive experience โ€“ reflecting younger fans' passion for other forms of football outside the traditional 11-a-side game.

Skillzy was unveiled alongside leading freestylers, Liv Cooke and Tobias Becs, who were also announced as official UEFA EURO 2020 Freestylers.

Liv, an English former world champion and Together #WePlayStrong ambassador added: "Being able to take the beauty of freestyling, street football and panna to football fans all over Europe is a really special opportunity.

"Whether it's playing in the park or on the world stage, whether it's football or freestyling, it's about expressing yourself with the ball at your feet."

Fans across the Europe will have the chance to become local UEFA EURO 2020 Freestylers via its 'Your Move' campaign.

'Your Move' is inviting fans from all 12 host cities to express themselves through freestyle football and hopefully inspiring them to be part of the UEFA EURO 2020 finals. All football enthusiasts will have the opportunity to showcase their creativity and will be encouraged to submit videos of themselves performing unique freestyle moves that best represent their cities.

The 'Your Move' activation is open to all residents aged 18 or over of the 12 countries staging final-tournament matches. Videos can be uploaded to: www.euro2020.com/your-moveย ย 

Liv Cooke and Tobias Becs will shortlist the entries for a public vote, whereby two people (one male, one female) will be chosen for each of the host cities: Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and Saint Petersburg.

The 24 winners will become local UEFA EURO 2020 Freestylers and will get the chance to display their skills at selected events.

Submissions are until Monday 1 July 2019 at 11pm.