The city will host four games in the tournament
The tournament is still over three years away, but Dublin's hosting of Euro 2020 began on Thursday morning, with the unveiling of the "host city logo".
The Aviva Stadium will host four games in the tournament, including three group games, and one Round of 16 clash. Dublin is one of 13 cities, around Europe hosting the event, with the semi-finals and final set for Wembley.
In the buildup to the tournament, each of the 13 hosts, will be given a unique logo ahead of the competition. Dublin's reveal follows the likes of Budapest, Copenhagen, Munich and Glasgow in recent weeks.
The list of games that will be held in Dublin will not be revealed until the schedule for the tournament is published. The teams involved in each game will not be known until December 2019.