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Tuesday 23 March 2021

Reunite & Celebrate: Sussex-Based Fan Park Set To Bring Football Fans Together For Euro 2021

A sporting events company, has launched its first 'fan park' allowing Sussex football fans to safely come back together and enjoy this summer's UEFA Euro 2021 tournament. 

Located at Hastings Pier (with more venues to be announced), the fan park events will strictly adhere to government guidelines for social distancing until 21st June, then England face Czech Republic on 22nd June which will be a celebration on all fronts as restrictions are lifted. 

Fans attending any of the six events will experience a genuine big game atmosphere with huge anti-glare screens and a world-class sound system. 

Events will be hosted, with selected events also including an appearance and match analysis from a living football legend. More entertainment includes a DJ set, competitions and giveaways. 

With these unique, immersive events 4TheFans will put football fans in the heart of the action as they enjoy one of the world"s premier football tournaments. It's time to 'reunite and celebrate as one!' 

Tickets start at just £30 for a table for 6 people with VIP front section tables also available from: 

All England home games are played at Wembley Stadium and there's a very possibility of a home final. 

4The Fans Fan Park events announced are:

Hastings – Hastings Pier.

Saturday 12th June – Group A: Wales vs Switzerland (2pm)
Sunday 13th June – Group D: England vs Croatia (2pm)
Friday 18th June – Group D: England vs Scotland (8pm)
Sunday 20th June – Group A: Italy vs Wales (5pm)
Tuesday 22nd June – Group D: Czech Republic vs England (8pm) Hosted by Mark Lawrenson
Sunday 13th July – Tournament Final: Hosted by football legend TBC and DJ Brandon Block

For more info CLICK HERE.

by: Mike Cobley

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