UEFA says no decision has been made over the name for the European Championship next year after earlier stating it would remain Euro 2020.
It was announced this week that the tournament has been postponed until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If the competition had gone ahead as scheduled, it would have marked the 60th anniversary of the European Championship and it appeared on Friday there would be no rebranding for that reason.
A reply on a frequently asked questions page on UEFA's website read: "We trust that all of our venues will remain the same, ensuring the tournament remains true to its original vision: staging a truly Europe-wide event that befits the EURO's 60th birthday.
"The tournament will still be known as UEFA EURO 2020."
A tweet from the UEFA account also read: "Although it will provisionally take place from 11 June - 11 July 2021, #EURO2020 will still be known as UEFA EURO 2020."
The governing body later revealed those posts were wide of the mark.
A UEFA tweet said: "With apologies for the earlier error, to be clear no decision has yet been made on the name of the rearranged EURO to be held in 2021. The earlier tweet was sent by mistake."