Can watch the game in the stadium? No problem!
We can’t all be lucky enough to watch the Euros from within the stadium, although we wish we could. However, there is an appealing alternative that doesn’t involve scouring bars and restaurants to try and find a spot, then having to deal with people walking in front of the screen every 5 minutes.
From today, you can book a spot to watch the Euros on a huge screen at either Ofelia Plads or Øksnehallen, and, best of all, tickets are free! However, they’re bound to be incredibly popular so if you’re looking to watch the match at one of these places then you need to get in line for tickets via the website.
You can book 4 tickets per person, per match. There’s a capacity at the event due to current Covid-19 safety measures, so it’s important that you enter the contact details of both yourself and the other guests when ordering the tickets. However, it promises to be a fantastic experience, with Denmark playing Finland first on June 12.