If you want an electric atmosphere, giant screens, a festive team spirit and an iconic setting, London’s UEFA EURO 2020 Fan Zone is the place to go.
The Fan Zone is in Trafalgar Square in the West End of London, an area famous for its multi-award-winning musicals, museums and history, sitting right next to the captivating Chinatown and Soho. There is plenty on offer for you to plan an unforgettable experience.
The square has served as a meeting point for festivals, community gatherings and political demonstrations since the 13th century and will now be central to the EURO 2020 celebrations.
You’ll not want to miss the opportunity to be part of its history!
⚽ Fan Zone key facts:
Entry is free, but you’ll need a ticket.
The public ballot for the screening of Italy vs England in the final of EURO 2020 from the Fan Zone at Trafalgar Square on Sunday 11 July is now closed.
❗Remember to download the NHS Test & Trace app before you visit the Fan Zone. You’ll be asked to check in using the app on arrival.
The opening and closing times for the final match screening are provided with the tickets.
Match screenings - ticket required via public ballot:
- Final - 11 July
🚇 Getting to the Fan Zone
Whether you’re local to London or not, enjoy a stress-free journey and use public transport to get to UEFA Festival sites. Local bus services are available close to the Fan Zone.
The closest tube stations are Charing Cross, Piccadilly Circus and Green Park.
Please remember to wear a face covering while travelling on public transport in London.
Walking and cycling is also an option. Avoid using the car. There will be road closures around UEFA Festival sites, and you’ll be also subject to congestion charges.
There will be no parking around the Fan Zone.
Taxis for private hire are also available close by.
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Take time to plan your journey before you set off to avoid busy times and follow the safety measures of travel operators.
The Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map on the official EURO 2020 App is the best place to plan, with live travel updates and possible routes.
Trafalgar Square Fan Zone has an accessible viewing area onsite. Find out more.
Green Park tube station offers step-free access.
Fan Zone FAQs
There are no bag facilities in or around the Fan Zone. Please ensure your bag is no larger than A3 when you arrive or you will be refused entry.
If you find something suspicious or that needs addressing, please notify a steward or member of the event team.
No food or drink, club colours, illegal substances or new psychoactive substances, pyrotechnics, laser devices, megaphones, airhorns or flagpoles can be brought inside. Smoking is not permitted. Please check the T&Cs for more information.
Gates to the Fan Zone will open three hours before the match kicks-off. Please arrive at least 45 minutes before kick-off to guarantee entry.
Baby strollers or push chairs are not permitted in the Fan Zone.
No food or drink, club colours, illegal substances or new psychoactive substances, pyrotechnics, laser devices, megaphones, airhorns or flagpoles can be brought inside. Please check the T&Cs for more information.
The capacity of the Fan Zone is around 1,000 people.
The Fan Zone will comply with all government guidance on restrictions. Visitors are asked to wear coverings when they are not seated to ensure everyone’s safety.
If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 after you’ve visited the Fan Zone, please follow the NHS guidelines for the next steps, including reporting your result in the National Health Service (NHS) app.
Measures are in place to ensure the Fan Zone is compliant with all government guidelines on COVID-19. The safety of Londoners and visitors is of the highest importance.
There will be hand sanitiser stations and regular cleaning of touchpoints throughout the site. The safety of Londoners and visitors is top priority.
The Fan Zone will be seated for the first two matches to ensure a socially distanced site. The safety of the audience and staff is top priority.
On the days where matches are not being shown, the Fan Zone will not be open. Trafalgar Square will be open to the public and operate as usual.
The only exception to this is July 8–10 July between the semi-finals and final, when the infrastructure will stay in place. The Fan Zone will host a community event including an afternoon of entertainment on 10 July.