Brighton & Hove Fan Festival
The Fan Festival offers a host of family-friendly activities, with something for everyone, whether you are a die-hard football fan or looking to enjoy your first tournament. Think community events, arts and heritage programmes, live performances, coaching clinics and much more.
At the heart of the festivities is the Fan Party in Brighton & Hove – read on below to see the exciting activities taking place in Victoria Gardens.
The full Fan Festival schedule is now available on the Event Companion on the official Women’s EURO 2022 app, providing everything you need to know to celebrate the tournament in style.
Celebrate UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 with a Fan Party at Brighton's picturesque Victoria Gardens. Victoria Gardens will welcome fans and friends of all ages, from home and abroad, to be a part of the biggest ever European women’s sporting event.
Victoria Gardens, Marlborough Place
🕐 Times and dates
Wednesday 20 July, 12:00 – 18:00
- Free to enter!
- All ages welcome
- Non-ticketed, so you can come along as many times as you like (although you may have to queue if we get to full capacity)
- The Fan Party is a neutral site, so expect to meet fans and supporters of all teams
The Brighton & Hove Fan Party offers a packed programme of activity, including:
- Local bands and community group performances
- Football coaching sessions
- Drinks and food of various cuisines, so come hungry!
- Starling Bank face painters and table football
- Partner activations
- And plenty of other surprises!
18 June - 25 September
Stop by the 'Goal Power! Women’s Football 1894-2022' exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery!
This is more than an exhibition; this is a call for action. Step into Goal Power! and make a pledge to actively support, grow and shout about football for all. This exhibition gives you our dream squad, women who have dedicated their lives to the ‘beautiful game’. Share in their stories of resistance, perseverance, but above all a love for football that means they have trailblazed the way for women and girls today.
Vendors will sell food on site and a Heineken bar will serve alcoholic beverages, low/no-alcohol options and soft drinks. Drinking water will also be available to refill bottles on site.
Card payment is the preferred method of payment on site, although cash will also be accepted.
Small bags and personal belongings will be allowed with bag checks made prior to entry. You will be responsible for any possessions you take to the Fan Party.
Items deemed unsafe or illegal will not be allowed on site. In addition, glass, alcohol and large banners (over 2m x 1m), will not be allowed to be taken into the site.
The NCP Brighton Theatre multi-story car park is 500 metres from the site and accessible parking is offered on Church Street, approximately 50 metres from the Fan Party. There is additional accessible parking on Jubilee Street, approximately 200m away.
For more information, Brighton & Hove Council parking policies can be found here.
Please check our Accessibility page for more information.