With the European Championship now days away, the excitement for England’s opener with Russia is already clear. This year, football fans can come together to share the joy – or heartbreak – on Brighton’s famous beach. Situated on Madeira Drive, the Brighton Big Screen is the UK’s largest open air cinema so it will be the perfect place to watch the football this summer.
The Brighton Big Screen will be offering showings of all the televised matches, including the opening ceremony between France and Romania Friday night, which kicks of at 6p.m. Complete with a licensed bar, the Brighton Big Screen offers two food stalls including Brighton’s very own Bagelman. Children and dogs are welcome to join in the festivities as well.
Picnic benches and beach chairs are available at a first come first serve basis, and with England’s clash against Russia set to be busy we advise you to get down early to avoid disappointment.
It’s not only England being shown, all the Brighton Big Screen will host showings of all the Euro 2016 coverage.
Tickets range start from £4 and go up to £7 for the VIP Experience, but are selling out quickly.
Tickets for all the games as well as classic films can be found here: www.brightonsbigscreen.com/