This summer, during the WEURO, there will be special places that are free to visit and enjoy the matches: The WEURO Fan zones. Watching the matches live isn’t the only thing you can do in the fan zones. There will be all kinds of activities: music, football games and other fun activities. Evidently there will be food and beverage stands. Will we see you there? Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube for all the latest (Fanzone) news.
Breda – Willemstraat – July 16, 17, 20, 23, 25, 26, 29, 30 and August 3 & 6
The fan zone in Breda will be located in Willemstraat. The entire street will be decorated, giving it the complete weuro-feel. There will be food trucks, market stalls, games and of course a big screen to watch the games! Near park ‘Valkenberg’ there will be a floating football pitch on with games and matches will be played. During the day there will be a program that concludes all kinds of various activities and in the evening there will be a different program: including music and the games on the big screen. This way the WEURO-experience will feel like a complete day out for everybody that decides to visit Breda this summer. Due to the weather the Fanzone is closed on July 24.
Deventer – De Brink – July 18, 21, 24, 27 and 30
WEURO kicks on De Brink! On this cosy square, located centrally in Deventer, there will be a fan zone – celebrating international women’s football. There are activities for everyone, including pole soccer, a living football table and football darts. On stage there will be numerous cover bands performing: ABBA, the Simple Minds and The New Cool Collective. Don’t miss out!
Doetinchem – IJsselkade – July 16, 19, 22, 27 and 29
Alongside river ‘Oude IJssel’ fun and shenanigans will have a central role this summer. You can get totally hyped in the fan zone, which is located on IJsselkade. Here fans of all the teams will gather and have a great time. There will be games: pole soccer and football courts. Kids can also have a great time on the bouncing castle. Doetinchem’s fan zone will provide a complete day out for the entire family!
Enschede- Wilminkplein (Wilmink square) and Station square – August 3 and 6
On match days everybody is welcome in Enschede to celebrate football in the fan zones on Wilmink- and Stadion Square (opens 12:00). You can participate in football activities, attend one of the demos or enjoy the music. For kids there are special activities: making banners, pimping T-shirts and of course meet Kicky, the WEURO mascot!
Rotterdam – Kruisplein – July 16 until 26
This summer Rotterdam will slowly become orange to celebrate the Women’s EURO 2017. On July 16 the fan zone opens its gates in front of Rotterdam Central Station. Fans can watch the games on the big screen. There are activities for everybody, no matter your age. Are you the best at Keepie Uppie? Or will you prove your football skills at one of the other games? There will be DJs, so there’s never a dull moment! And of course we’re not forgetting about the games: they will be shown on the big screen.
Tilburg – Pieter Vreedeplein – July 18, 21, 24, 27 and 30
In Tilburg there will be a fan zone on Pieter Vreedeplein. The fan zone is open on all days there’s a match in Tilburg. The fan zone opens at 13:00 and closes at 20:00 on match days. There will be various football activities: an interactive football show with freestylers Soufiane Touzani, Chaimadame, Nassar El Jackson and Nelson de Kok. Renee Slegers and Kirsten van de Ven will host a football clinic. And of course there are performances on stage. Starting at 16:00 there will be a fan walk to Koning Willen II Stadium – so the fans will march to the stadium together.
Utrecht – De Neude – July 16 until 22, July 24, July 25
Cheer for your team in Utrecht on Neude Square. On all match days you can see the games live. Besides watching football there are also other activities to participate in: the Father-Daughter tournament or live music. The matches of the Dutch national team will play on the big screen.