Forget St. George’s Park and St. James’ Park, it’s all about Paddy Parks this summer as we celebrate the official reopening of the world with two authentic fan park experiences in England throughout Euro 2020.
Sure, that’s only 50% of the right backs Gareth Southgate wanted to take to the Euros but it just feels like the right amount, doesn’t it?
So, heads up football fans in Newcastle and London, Paddy Parks are coming to you and tickets are completely free (except England games where there is a small fee). Based in Flat Iron Square in central London and Riverside Newcastle, we’re hosting the authentic summer tournament fan park vibe.
And, as it’s a Paddy party, we’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve to make it an experience you won’t forget – but in a good way, not like for the players Southgate released from the England squad.
We’re throwing open the doors in London and Newcastle on June 11th for the opener between Italy and Turkey and will screen every game of the tournament including, of course, all of England, Scotland and Wales’ Euro 2020 matches. The best news is that this is a party not even VAR can spoil.
In fact, it might be the one situation where you absolutely love it.
Why? Well, Paddy’s giving away FREE PINTS if VAR ruins the moment and disallows a Gareth Bale winner because his golf bag’s in an offside position.
We’re also offering cutting-edge punditry and insight from – you guessed it – Mark Goldbridge who’s going to be hosting live watchalongs at the London venue. One in the eye for BBC and ITV, there.
Don’t say we never give you anything because there’s going to be Paddy’s lucky pants lavishly handed out and beer-proof umbrella hats to keep your top knot in tip-top shape when the goals fly in and the lager goes vertical. What goes up must come down, after all.
We wanted to recapture the moments of pure joy from World Cup 2018 and add our own twist to proceedings to launch the most authentic viewing experience this summer. It doesn’t matter if your side gets knocked out in the Round of 16, as long as you’ve bagged yourself a pair of pants to wear on the train home. Right? Right?!
The Paddy Parks are open from the first Euro 2020 game on 11th June, and tickets are available for both the Flat Iron Square and Riverside Newcastle venues via: paddyparkfanzones.com.
See you there.
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