UEFA Euro 2008 Mobile Theme

UEFA Euro 2008 Mobile Theme

Get in the mood for the European Football Championships

Despite the fact that my home country of England didn't manage to qualify, I'm still getting excited about watching Euro 2008. In fact, perhaps it will be easier to watch, given that I know I won't experience the disappointment of getting knocked out of it. View full description

PROS

  • Good use of the Euro 2008 branding

CONS

  • Doesn't actually feature any footballers

Not bad
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Despite the fact that my home country of England didn't manage to qualify, I'm still getting excited about watching Euro 2008. In fact, perhaps it will be easier to watch, given that I know I won't experience the disappointment of getting knocked out of it.

If, like me, you're licking your lips at the prospect of two weeks of football from Europe's greatest international sides then it's well worth downloading this free mobile theme. As far as I can work out, it isn't an official UEFA release, but it's still an attractive adornment for any football fan.

Installing the theme adds a new red background wallpaper to your device, with the tournament logo subtly etched onto it. This logo is also displayed in its original format just below the information bar. Besides just changing the background, the theme also stamps the Euro 2008 color scheme across your Symbian S60 interface, branding everything in the red and white of the host nations.

If you're a fan of European football this is a nice way to build up to the big championships. If you're not a sports fan, this one's pretty uninteresting as a stand-alone theme.

The 2008 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2008, will take place in Austria and Switzerland, from 7 June to 29 June 2008. It is the second successful joint bid in the competition's history, following the UEFA Euro 2000 hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands. The 2012 competition in Poland and Ukraine is scheduled to become the third jointly-hosted tournament.

A total of 16 teams will participate in the tournament. Austria and Switzerland automatically qualified as hosts; the remaining 14 teams have been determined through qualifying matches which started in August 2006. Austria and Poland will be making their first appearance in the tournament. The winner of Euro 2008 will represent UEFA at the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup in South Africa.

Source: Wikipedia

UEFA Euro 2008 Mobile Theme

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UEFA Euro 2008 Mobile Theme