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London Hosts Massive UEFA Euro 2024 Final Screening at The O2 for England Fans



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Up to 15,000 England fans have the chance to witness the UEFA Euro 2024 final between England and Spain at The O2 in London, creating an unforgettable experience for football enthusiasts. The screening, hosted by City Hall, will feature a colossal 16-metre screen broadcasting the highly-anticipated match on Sunday evening.

Following an intense semifinal victory over Italy, Gareth Southgate‘s Three Lions squad is on the brink of making history by securing England’s first major silverware in men’s football since 1966. The match against Spain promises to be a thrilling showdown, with fans eagerly awaiting the outcome.

City Hall has announced that tickets for the screening will be allocated through a ballot system on their official website, allowing lucky fans to secure up to four tickets for the event. The deadline for ballot entries is set for Friday morning, with successful participants being notified via email.

Mayor Sadiq Khan expressed his pride in the England team’s achievements and highlighted the significance of the event, inviting fans to join the jubilant atmosphere at The O2. Popular singer Olly Murs was among the spectators at the semifinal, adding to the excitement surrounding the upcoming final.

Steve Sayer, the general manager of The O2, shared his enthusiasm for hosting the event and emphasized the magnitude of having up to 15,000 supporters in attendance. The venue is gearing up to provide a memorable experience for fans, aiming to replicate the celebratory spirit of the historic 1966 victory.

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