UK’s largest and greatest fan zones from Boxparks to large parks and rooftop bars

England has come down with a serious case of Euros fever with fans preparing to pack out the nation’s fan zones and beer gardens.

There are high hopes for England at Euro 2024 this summer and fans are expected to flock to try and catch a glimpse of the Three Lions in the company of fellow supporters. While many will be heading out to Germany to catch the action in person, the rest of us will have to make do with finding big screens back in Blighty if we want to watch with the masses.

While getting down to the pub is more than enough for a lot of people, some might want to go a bit further and jump into a dedicated fan zone to soak up all the atmosphere. Read on for some of the biggest and best in the UK.

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Perhaps some of the best-known in the South of England are the BOXPARKS in Croydon, Liverpool, Shoreditch and Wembley. The latter has a capacity of 2,500 people and the company claims its spots are the “number one football screening venue” in England.

Scenes at 4 the Fans at Event City
Scenes at 4 the Fans at Event City

It seems a lot of people have the same idea, however, as at the time of writing tickets are close to sold out at a number of BOXPARK venues for England’s games.

Tickets cost in the realm of £30 per person, depending on the venue you choose, but you’ll need to act fast.

It’s a similar story at 4 the Fans (4TF). While tickets are a fair bit cheaper with tickets ranging from around £7 to £18, they too claim to have sold the vast majority of their tickets.

4 The Fans is returning to Manchester this year
4 The Fans is returning to Manchester this year

If you fancy a real Euros event, 4TF is set to construct purpose-built fan zones in Aberdeen, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Glasgow, Hastings, Leeds, two in London, as well as Manchester and Newcastle.

Tickets for England’s group games are largely 75% sold out or more, so act fast if you fancy getting involved in some of these iconic venues, including Dalston Roofpark, Brighton’s Central Park and Testbed Leeds.

In Sheffield, Fan City will be delivering 4,000 people what it claims will be the “ultimate Euros Party”.

Will Trafalgar Square get to this stage again?
Will Trafalgar Square get to this stage again?

In Birmingham, the Digbeth Fan Park is offering free entry to all group-stage games while the Manchester Fanzone on Freight Island is offering free entry for all of the England group games.

In previous tournaments where England have got to the latter stages of the tournament the capital’s Trafalgar Square has been opened up as a fan zones, but it remains to be seen if England get that far this time, or if the space is again made available.

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