Public Viewing - UEFA EURO 2024

17:00 O'Clock

Meeting point EM: The big soccer festival for the European Football Championship in Schwaz

Get out of your living room and into the collective soccer experience! With the start of the UEFA European Football Championship 2024, the newly built Schwaz-Ost multi-purpose pitch (ice rink) will be transformed into the ultimate meeting place for soccer fans from all over the district.

The largest public viewing event in the Tyrolean lowlands will broadcast 14 top matches on 9 broadcast days All dates can be found at www.schwaz.at

The program on 25 June:
NED - AUT | kick-off at 6 pm, admission at 5 pm
ENG - SVN | kick-off at 9 pm
Live music by Vielsaitig

The public viewing in Schwaz is not only an opportunity to experience the European Championship matches, but also a festival of encounters. The spectacle is accompanied by a colorful supporting program on every opening day: Live music and DJs will create an exuberant atmosphere and turn the games into a fantastic experience. Sebastian Kaufmann from Life Radio will host the program on all days and present cool competitions during the half-time breaks. The SC EGLO Schwaz, the Stocksportverein and Handball Tirol will also take care of your physical well-being with thirst quenchers, classic stadium snacks and local specialties.

The public viewing in Schwaz is not only an opportunity to experience the matches of the Austrian national team in community, but also a summer festival of encounters in an incomparable atmosphere.

The Schwaz-Ost multi-purpose pitch (ice rink), newly inaugurated and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, offers ideal conditions for a public viewing event that leaves nothing to be desired, with good bus connections and ample parking facilities. Thanks to a spacious roof, all events can take place whatever the weather. With a capacity of up to 1,200 guests per match day, nothing stands in the way of an exuberant soccer festival with a fantastic supporting program.

A 2 security fee must be paid for admission, although people up to the age of 15 can go to the public viewing free of charge.

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Street:Johannes-Messner-Weg 12
City:6130 Schwaz
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