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Euro 2017 Fan Zone Information

Tuesday, 11 July 2017


This summer the country are getting behind the Scotland Women’s National Team as they compete in their first ever major championships in the Netherlands.

 

Fan Zones have been set up in Scotland and each host city in the Netherlands to ensure you can soak up the atmosphere ahead of each of Scotland’s matches.

 

Euro Zones in Scotland

 

With events across Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen there will be bouncy castles, football challenges, music and entertainment to get the young stars of the future and their families into the EURO 2017 spirit!

 

The details are as follows:

 

19 July 2017

England v Scotland

 

Spartans FC

94 Pilton Drive, Edinburgh, EH5 2HF

 

5pm – 7pm

 

23 July 2017

Scotland v Portugal

Glasgow Girls FC

Hallhill Road, Glasgow, G32 0PD

 

2pm – 4pm

 

27 July 2017

Scotland v Spain

Aberdeen Sports Village

Linksfield Road, Aberdeen, AB24 5RU

 

4.30pm – 6.30pm

 

 


Fan Zones in the Netherlands

 

England v Scotland

 

Utrecht Fan Zone

Neude

19 July opening hours: 4pm - 11pm

Walking distance to stadium: 3.0 km

 

The fan zone in Neude Square opens on July 16 and is open until July 25. On all match days you can see the games live. Besides watching football there are also other activities to participate in: the Father-Daughter tournament or live music. 

 

Scotland v Portugal

 

Rotterdam Fan Zone

Kruisplein

23 July opening hours: 3pm - 11pm

Walking distance to stadium: 3.1 km

 

This summer Rotterdam will slowly become orange to celebrate the Women’s EURO 2017.

 

Fans can watch the games on the big screen and there are activities for everybody, no matter your age.

 

Are you the best at Keepie Uppies? Or will you prove your football skills at one of the other games? There will be DJs, so there’s never a dull moment! 

 

Scotland v Spain

 

Deventer Fan Zone

Brink

27 July opening hours: 12pm - 8pm

Walking distance to stadium: 1.5km

 

In this cosy square, located centrally in Deventer, there will be a fan zone, celebrating international women’s football. 

 

There are activities for everyone, including pole soccer, a living football table and football darts. 

 

On stage there will be numerous cover bands preforming ABBA, the Simple Minds and The New Cool Collective. Don’t miss out!

 


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