In exactly one year, the 19th FIFA U-20 World Cup will kick-off in Turkey. It will be the largest international football tournament ever played in the country, spanning seven cities, across 23 days, with 24 teams playing 52 matches.

On Monday 25 June in Istanbul, the Local Organising Committee and FIFA will unveil the official emblem for the competition, as well as revealing the host cities. This launch will be held in Ciragan Palace Mabeyn Hall, at 12.00 local time.

TFF President, Yildirim Demiroren, and General Secretary Emre Alkin will attend the emblem launch and other prestigious people are invited, such as the Minister of Youth and Sports, Suat Kilic, Turkey coach Abdullah Avcı, Turkey U-20 coach Feyyaz Ucar, and current Turkey national team players Burak Yilmaz and Olcan Adin who played at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Netherlands 2005.