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Grab your UEFA EURO 2020 Heineken goodies!

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Grab your UEFA EURO 2020 Heineken goodies!

After concluding another legendary season of the UEFA Champions League last month, Heineken continues to bring its fans another world class football experience with the UEFA EURO 2020.

As the official global sponsor of UEFA EURO 2020, Heineken invites Cambodia’s football fans to celebrate the rivalry of this highly anticipated international football tournament.

To kick off EURO 2020, Heineken introduced their “Enjoy the Rivalry” global campaign, which features a television commercial that captures the passionate fans who support their teams responsibly and the intense competition between the European teams in a lighthearted way.

UEFA EURO 2020 will be hosted by 11 countries for the first time in celebration of the tournament’s 60th anniversary with the final to be played at Wembley Stadium, London.

Matches kicked off on June 12 and the final will be played at 2am on July 11, where 24 nations are battling it out to become champions of EURO 2020.

“Our consumers are at the heart of everything that we do.

“We know that Cambodians are very passionate about football and Heineken recognises that. Hence, we are very excited to bring two world-class tournaments, the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA EURO 2020 to our consumers,” said Heineken Cambodia marketing director Loic de Laubriere.

From now until July 31, order a Heineken 12-can pack and receive a complimentary limited-edition Heineken EURO water bottle and cap.

This promotion is available via online home delivery services including Nham24, Grab, Muuve and Foodpanda, as well as at selected Fairplus supermarkets.

Alternatively, buy a case of 24 Heineken cans or bottles from Aeon Mall (1 or 2), selected Lucky Supermarkets or Makro to receive two Heineken EURO water bottles.

You can also pick up a 6-can or 6-bottle pack of Heineken from Smile Shop, KIWI, AEON MaxValue or Circle K and collect a complimentary Heineken cap.

There will be special promotions running in selected venues around Phnom Penh giving out limited edition Heineken EURO country jerseys with five exciting designs.

Heineken encourages fans to #SupportResponsibly by practicing social distancing all the time and to remember that when you drink, never drive.

For more details about Heineken campaigns and promotions in Cambodia, follow our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/heineken

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