Football’s Coming Home As City Hosts Euro 2024 Fanzone

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Football fans can follow England’s hunt for glory this summer as Millennium Square hosts a Euro 2024 Fanzone at the heart of Leeds city centre.

Supporters will have the chance to cheer on Gareth Southgate and the team, with all the big game action shown live on the square’s high-definition, giant LED screen.

England’s group stage matches kick off against Serbia on Sunday 16 June (8pm KO), followed by Denmark on Thursday 20 June (5pm KO), and Slovenia on Tuesday 25 June (8pm KO).

If England qualify from their group, the round 16 knock-out game will also be shown on the big screen, scheduled for either Saturday 29 June or Sunday 30 June.

Entry is strictly by advance ticket only and the Fanzone is a standing only event. Gates open approximately one-an-a-half hours before each England match, welcoming fans into a specially created outdoor area with a licensed bar, several street food catering concessions, and toilet facilities.

Tickets are priced at £5 per person (inclusive of booking fees) are now available to purchase via  or by calling 0113 376 0318 and are limited to four per person. The event is open to ages 14 and above, and all persons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

The venue is also fully accessible with a raised viewing platform and disabled toilet provision. Full accessibility information and companion ticket details are available from the venue website or by calling Leeds Ticket Hub.

Other Euro 2024 matches will also be screened live at Millennium Square wherever possible on a non-designated event basis.

Fans are asked to note that due to the Summer Series concert series starting in July, any Euro 2024 matches coinciding with existing gig nights will not be screened on Millennium Square, unless otherwise stated.

Councillor Jonathan Pryor, Leeds City Council’s deputy leader and executive member for economy, culture and education said “The atmosphere on Millennium Square is always fantastic and it’s a great place for fans to really come together and enjoy the action over the summer.

“Leeds is a city that’s always had a massive passion for sport, and I know the fans will do England proud as we cheer them on in what will hopefully be a memorable tournament for the whole country.”

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