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EURO 2024: Fan Zone Hamburg

Sights, scene, bars & restaurants The neighbourhood of the Fan Zone

Even though the Fan Zone already has a lot to offer and you can choose between watching football, doing sports or having a cocktail at the Beach Club with live music, a trip to the neighbourhood is well worth it. From Heiligengeistfeld you can walk, cycle or take public transport to some of Hamburg's most beautiful and famous sights such as the Landungsbrücken, the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall or the Sternschanze.

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A building between memorial, hotel and creative music hotspot Bunker at Feldstrasse

Live clubs, concert venues, rehearsal rooms and urban gardening: the giant concrete block on Heiligengeistfeld, also known as the Media Bunker,…

Bunker at Feldstrasse
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The "green lung" of Hamburg. Planten un Blomen

The Planten un Blomen Park in the centre of Hamburg is a wonderful destination for families, couples in love and those seeking relaxation. There is a…

Planten un Blomen
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Light spectacle in Planten un Blomen Wasserlichtspiele Planten un Blomen

The perfect end to the day on mild summer evenings: From May to October, the famous water light concerts at the Parksee in Planten un Blomen take…

Wasserlichtspiele Planten un Blomen
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As diverse as St. Pauli Rindermarkthalle

Offering spices, coffee, tea, wine, household goods - the Rindermarkthalle is a must see for every visitor to Hamburg.

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930 metres of nightlife & entertainment Reeperbahn

Not even one kilometre in length, and yet rich in contrast: the Reeperbahn is bright and shrill, vibrant and down-to-earth – and so much more than…

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Who is really real here? Panoptikum

The waxworks museum on Spielbudenplatz has been open for over 130 years and it is well worth a visit! Here you can meet everyone from Albert Einstein…

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One of the largest museums of urban history in Germany Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Why Hamburg is what it is. If you want to know how the mission fort Hammaburg became the proud Hanseatic city and the proverbial gateway to the world,…

Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte
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Composers Quarter

The Hamburg Composers' Quarter is an association of various museums that offer exciting and interactive insights into the biographies of world-famous…

Composers Quarter
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Acid Jazz makes a comeback Mojo Club

When then Mojo Club opened at the beginning of the 1990s, it was the "place to be" because it definitively enshrined club culture in Hamburg.

Mojo Club
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Boundless freedom in the clouds Clouds & heaven's nest

The "heaven's nest" is located on the roof of the clouds restaurant, right at the beginning of the Reeperbahn. It offers a spacious lounge with sun…

Clouds & heaven's nest
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A small oasis in the middle of Hamburg Karo Beach

Beach feeling in the largest beach club in St. Pauli

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FAQs All you need to know about the Fan Zone Hamburg

Watching football, experiencing culture, celebrating nations: there is a lot to discover in the Fan Zone. Find all the answers to your questions here!

When does the Fan Zone take place?

The Fan Zone Hamburg for UEFA EURO 2024 at Heiligengeistfeld will be open on all match days from 14 June 2024 to 14 July 2024.

The opening hours of the Fan Zone depend on the kick-off time of the first match on each day and are as follows*:

  •     Opening Match: The Fan Zone will be open from 17:00 to 23:30 (the match starts at 21:00).
  •     First Round Matches: The Fan Zone opens between 12.00 and 19.00 and closes at 23.30, depending on the match schedule.
  •     Round of 16 and quarter-finals: The Fan Zone is open from 16:00 to 23:30.
  •     Semi-finals: The Fan Zone is open from 18:00/19:00 until 23:30.
  •     Final: Fan Zone open from 18:00 to 23:30 (match starts at 21:00)

* In the event of extra time, the Fan Zone will remain open for 30 minutes after the end of the match.

Where is the Fan Zone and how do I get there?

The Fan Zone will be located on Heiligengeistfeld in the St. Pauli district (the street name is also Heiligengeistfeld and can be searched on Google Maps). This is a large square next to the Millerntor stadium. The Hamburger Dom, a large fair, is also held in the same area three times a year.

We recommend that you travel by bike, on foot or by public transport due to the likely high number of visitors and for a sustainable journey. The best way to get to Heiligengeistfeld is to get off at one of the following stops

  • U-Bahn: St. Pauli (shortest walk) or Feldstraße
  • S-Bahn: Reeperbahn

How much does it cost to enter the Fan Zone?

Access to the Fan Zone is always free. The only exceptions are closed events such as concerts (specific line-up to be announced) in the Arena on non-match days.


Hamburg as host city of EURO 2024


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Bars & Pubs

End the evening with a cool drink or dance the night away - we show you the best bars and pubs in Hamburg!

Bars & Pubs
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Perfect Places Top 10 waterside locations

A pinch of sea air, a hint of coastal feeling, small sailors, big steamers and lots of water - that's it, our favourite city: welcome to Hamburg.

Top 10 waterside locations
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First time here? Tips for your first visit to Hamburg

If you've never been to Hamburg, you'll definitely want to see the touristic attractions. But Hamburg is more than its harbour and the Elbphilharmonie. This ultimate Hamburg Starter Kit tells you where to find the nicest souvenirs and enjoy the best "Franzbrötchen" & freshest fish.

Tips for your first visit to Hamburg

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