The three-time European Championship winners will select the top 25 ideas to be presented to a professional jury, who will narrow down a final five to be voted on by the general public.
Germany haven’t won the Euros since 1996 (too soon – Ed.), but will be hoping a tournament on home soil will be enough to galvanise the nation and spur on Die Nationalmannschaft to success.
There are 31 prizes up for grabs in the competition, with a total award pool of €14,000 plus ‘football perks’ worth about €5,000.
So, fire up Photoshop (there's no more Microsoft Paint *sob*) – and get cracking. It closes on September 4.
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