It was announced earlier this year the latest instalment of the tournament will be pushed back to 2021, with the competition set to take place between June 11 and July 11 next year.
Despite having to delay its flagship international event, UEFA still intends to retain the Euro 2020 name.
Holding the Euros this year would have marked the 60th anniversary of the European Championship.
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."
The decision to postpone the Euros was taken in order to allow UEFA's member nations to complete their respective seasons, most of which have been suspended due to the spread of COVID-19.
UEFA added that is not yet able to say if its major club competition finals will still take place on their original dates and at their scheduled venues.
"It is too early to say. Our aim is to complete all European and domestic club competitions by the end of the current sporting season – 30 June 2020 – if the situation improves," read an answer to another question.
"However, the health of all people involved in the game must first be guaranteed.
"The working group will assess different scenarios. We must wait for the outcome of its discussions as well as the evolution of the situation before reaching any conclusions."
UEFA was also unable to say how qualification for next year's club competitions may work amid the uncertainty, adding: "It is too early to answer this question and our objective is to ensure that all domestic competitions can be completed."