Euro 2024 final at The O2 - how to get tickets to London's largest screening

DORTMUND, GERMANY - JULY 10: Ollie Watkins of England celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the UEFA EURO 2024 semi-final match between Netherlands and England at Football Stadium Dortmund on July 10, 2024 in Dortmund, Germany. (Photo by Eddie Keogh - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)
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Ollie Watkins' 90th-minute winner fired England into the Euro 202 final against Spain on Sunday, July 14. As the final whistle went, everyone in the country started to think about where they were going to watch the final.

If you are in London, you have the opportunity to watch the capital’s largest screening of the final at The O2 as announced by London Mayor Sadiq Khan. The City Hall website says that up to 15,000 England fans will be able to attend the screening of the final, cheering on the Three Lions together.

A huge 16-metre screen will show the game with everyone in attendance - and in the country - hoping we can go one better than last time and clinch continental glory

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The O2 Arena is home to several restaurants, a huge cinema and many shops.
The O2 Arena will host the largest screening of the Euros Final -Credit:Getty Images

Tickets for the screening will be allocated via a ballot on City Hall’s website. The ballot opens at 10am on Thursday, July 11 and closes on Friday, July 12 at 9am. Successful entrants will be notified via email by midday on Friday to secure up to four tickets.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan said: “I am so proud of what this team have achieved in reaching another major final. I’m delighted that we can now invite 15,000 England fans to The O2 on Sunday night for what we all hope will be a night of great drama and celebration.

“For those who can’t make it to The O2, there will be a plethora of pubs, clubs, bars and other hospitality venues across London receiving a welcome economic boost and generating a fantastic atmosphere by showing the match.

“We all recall the heartache of Wembley three years ago but being a football fan requires eternal optimism and we now stand ready once again to roar on the Three Lions as they look to finish the job against Spain. Come on England!”

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