The German national football team's honorary captain Phillip Lahm has said the bid team has "many ideas" for bringing fans together if the 2024 European Championships are awarded to the country.
The 34-year-old retired full back and Euro 2024 ambassador made the comments as he arrived in Moscow for the current FIFA World Cup, alongside the German football delegation.
"My focus here in Russia is on the World Cup, but I can tell you that once back in Germany it will be all about the Euro 2024 bid," he said.
"We have many ideas for a Euro in Germany, especially when it comes to fan engagement.
"We want to bring fans together and create unique experiences that will allow them to celebrate in a fun, friendly and safe setting - as ambassador that is one of my main goals, to create a football festival like never before."
While at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Lahm has met with various international fan groups and taken part in charitable activities including promoting football in schools.
"Philipp Lahm is playing a key role in our Euro 2024 vision," said German Football Federation President Reinhard Grindel.
"His first-hand experience and insights as a world-class football player have provided us with unique insights that are being used to enhance the fan experience elements in our bid."
Grindel said he is "convinced" fans would feel at home and safe in Germany if the country were awarded Euro 2024.
Turkey is the other nation to have bid for the competition.
UEFA are currently evaluating each bid and will publish a report on both by September.
The right to host the competition will then be awarded by UEFA's Executive Committee on September 27.