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Fan Zone Hamburg

THE UEFA EURO 2024 IN HAMBURG Celebrated together at the Fan Zone with Public Viewing

600,000 visitors, 4 weeks, 1 tournament - that was the UEFA EURO 2024 Fan Zone with Public Viewing at the Heiligengeistfeld in Hamburg. As one of ten host cities, the Hanseatic city welcomed teams and fans from across Europe from 14 June to 14 July 2024. A unique experience was offered on all match days in the centre of the St. Pauli district: Live broadcasts of all matches, a beach club for relaxing, a Ferris wheel for spectacular views and a wide range of culinary highlights. Nothing was left to be desired with the varied programme and numerous football activities.

MORE THAN JUST WATCHING FOOTBALL This is how versatile the Fan Zone with public viewing was

Experience football together

All matches were broadcast live on several screens and could therefore be watched together. The large public viewing area was also open on 15 match days. Here, up to 40,000 people simultaneously cheered on their favourites on the 100 m2 screen.

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Activity Area

Robokeeper, football billiards, teqball and much more: ten exciting sports activities were waiting to be discovered by young and old in the Activity Area.ten darauf, von Groß und Klein entdeckt zu werden.

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Football Arena

One highlight was the Football Arena in the centre of the Fan Zone. Almost 1000 spectators were able to experience football up close in the mobile stadium.

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Beach Club

In addition to the games, the warm summer days could also be enjoyed together at the Beach Club.

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Family Area

For families with children, there was a separate Family Area from which the games could be watched. The children could colour or play in the sandpit.

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Community Spot

In the Community Spot, clubs and associations presented themselves and gave insights into their important work.

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Fan Pavillion

The Fan Pavilion not only offered a wide selection of drinks and culinary highlights, it was also the place to party.

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Culinary diversity

A wide variety of culinary delights were on offer, ranging from traditional dishes to international specialities.

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Stage programme

An entertaining supporting programme with music, culture, talks and crowd games was offered by presenters Yared Dibaba and Michael Wittig on the Event Stage before the games. There was also plenty to see throughout the site: Street artists enlivened the atmosphere.

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Nations Expo

The Nations Expo showcased exciting facts and anecdotes from the 24 EURO nations from all tournaments.

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Diverse experiences and inclusion A colourful programme

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Throughout the tournament, a varied programme accompanied the Euro matches, ensuring that there was never a dull moment. The tournament kicked off on 14 June with a live concert by Madsen and a public viewing of the opening match. The event stage and football arena continued to provide a colourful programme on the following match days, with the Disco Boys, Hot Banditoz, Klaus und Klaus, Hansemädchen and DJ Noisetime among the musical acts.

On 22 June, the Sepp Herberger Foundation organised an Inclusion Day under the motto "Football as part of society". Together with Hamburg-based partners such as FC St. Pauli Blindenfußball and HSV-Amputiertenfußball, the diverse world of football for the disabled was presented to a wide audience. Highlights of the day included a course with VR glasses, which made blind football accessible to all, and a performance by the HandsUp sign language choir.

Another highlight took place on 6 July: the Queer Football Action Day at the Fan Zone Hamburg. Organised by Hamburg's queer sports club Startschuss!, the day offered numerous programme items on the topics of diversity, queer and football.

These and many other activities made the Fan Zone Hamburg a lively and inclusive meeting place for all football fans and interested parties during EURO 2024.




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