SOCAR launches Make Your Debut campaign for UEFA EURO 2016

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Official UEFA EURO 2016 sponsor SOCAR have launched their Make Your Debut campaign ahead of the tournament

SOCAR has launched their Make Your Debut campaign, which is focused on illuminating the stories of those who are poised to make their UEFA EURO 2016 debut.

The energy company from Azerbaijan, with operations across Europe, is sponsoring the UEFA European Football Championship for the first time and are championing this by celebrating teams, players and fans also at their debut tournament on the European scale. 

Rovnag Abdullayev, the President of SOCAR, said: “The UEFA European Football Championship is set to be a spectacular and cheerful celebration of the best talents Europe has to offer. As a quality European brand in the energy sector, we are proud to debut our support to a sport event of such a scale and significance.”

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If you're making your way into Paris for the UEFA European Championship, you can enjoy the scenes at the SOCAR Tent in the Official UEFA EURO 2016 Fan Fest which will be located at the iconic Champs de Mars, just steps away from the Eiffel Tower.

The fan zones will be there for the entirety of the tournament – from June 10 to July 10. The Make Your Debut Experience in the Paris Fan Zone will be highlighted by a virtual reality concept, where fans can feel what it’s like to make their debut through the eyes of a young player.

Additionally, you can also make your debut at the UEFA EURO 2016 by showing your passion in a photo on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #MakeYourDebut to win a pair of tickets.There are lots of different match tickets for grabs, so go and enter now!

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