The Euro 2016
Lens Fan Zone
UEFA Euro 2016
Let's meet for one month celebration in Lens Fan Zone
16 days open, 27 matches broadcasted
Day by day, UEFA Euro 2016 arrival is more an more visible. As you know, town of Lens has been chosen to welcome 4 matches of the tournament. Apart from the matches, a fan zone is planed in the square in heart of town center : on the Place Jean-Jaurès.
Giant screen of 78m²
In the fan zone, that will certainly be a festive place, 7500 to 10 000 people are expected to assist to one of the 27 broadcasted matches. On the fan zone program : all the matches played in Lens's Stadium, all matches of France team, and all final phases (round of 16, quarter final, semi final, final). Many animations will be inside the fan zone, for fan supporters of all country have a good time.
France’s bid to host the football Euro 2016 was chosen on 28 May 2010.
Stade Bollaert-Delelis (home of Lens FC) was chosen as a venue for matches between the leading European national teams from 10 June to 10 July 2016.
The logo of the next Euro will be unveiled on 26 June 2013. The understated design, inspired by the theme of “Celebrating the art of football”, aims to combine the creativity associated with French culture and the aesthetic nature of the Beautiful Game. Designed by Brandia Central, a Portuguese agency, the logo combines several artistic movements and various features related to football. Several symbols can be recognised around the famous Henri Delaunay trophy. The blue, white and red of the French flag form a blend of fine lines and shapes to create a contemporary and sober style providing the logo with class and sophistication.
For more information
- France/Romania at 9pm - Friday 10th june, 6.30pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
- Albania/Switzerland at 3pm in Bollaert-Delelis Stadium - Saturday 11th june, 1pm to midnight, 10000 maximum capacity
- France/Albania at 9pm - Wednesday 15th june, 6.30pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
- England/Wales at 3pm in Bollaert-Delelis Stadium - Thursday 16th june, noon to midnight, 10000 maximum capacity
+ Ukraine/ North Ireland and Germany/Poland
- Switzerland/France at 9pm - Sunday 19th june, 4pm to midnight, , 7500 maximum capacity
- Czech Republic/Turkey at 9pm in Bollaert-Delelis Stadium - Tuesday 21th june, 4.30pm to midnight, 10000 maximum capacity
+ Ukraine/Poland or North Ireland/Germany
- Croatia/ Portugal at 9pm in Bollaert-Delelis Stadium - Saturday 25th june , 1pm to midnight, 10000 maximum capacity
+ Swiss/Poland at 3pm and Walles/North Ireland at 6pm
- France/Eire at 3pm- Sunday 26th june, 1pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
+ Germany/Slovakia at 6pm and et Hungary/Belgium at 9pm
- Italy/Spain at 6pm - Monday 27th of june, 16h30 à minuit, 7500 maximum capacity
+ England/Island at 9pm
- Poland/Portugal - Thursday 30th of june, 7pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
- Wales/Belgium - Friday 1st of july, 7pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
- Germany/Italy - Saturday 2nd of july, 7pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
- France/Island - Sunday 3rd of july, 7pm to midnight, 10 000 maximum capacity
- Portugal/Walles - Wednesday 6th of, 7pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity
- France/Germany - Thursday 7th of july, 6pm to midnight, 10 000 maximum capacity
- France/Portugal - Sunday 10th of july, 7pm to midnight, 7500 maximum capacity, or 10000 if France is in final game
Some matches (group phases et round of 16) can be broadcast in one same day of opening in Fan Zone.