Nottingham Forest Euros fan zone prices released as club promises free drink

Nottingham Forest fans look on during the Premier League match between Nottingham Forest and Chelsea FC
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Fans will be able to claim a free drink if they make their way to Nottingham Forest's fan zone to watch any of England's European Championship matches on a giant screen. The club will open the doors of the Forest Fan Zone at the City Ground for all of the Three Lions' group matches, starting with Sunday's fixture with Serbia.

Tickets for the fan zone, situated behind the Brian Clough Stand, are priced at £5 per person, with admission including a free drink on arrival. The club promised refreshments, entertainment and Forest legends for the games.

It wrote on its website: "An extremely popular pre-match destination amongst Forest fans since its launch in December, the Fan Zone provides entertainment, refreshments, street food stalls and a giant screen, as well as exclusive interviews with Forest legends in attendance.

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"Don’t miss a kick of the action and take in the atmosphere this summer, whilst enjoying pre-match tactics as well as half-time analysis with a variety of Forest legends, hosted by regular Fan Zone host Sam Hurst."

Timings for the matches:

  • England v Serbia - Sunday, June 16, kick-off 20:00 BST (Fan Zone doors open 6pm)

  • England v Denmark - Thursday, June 20, kick-off 17:00 BST (Fan Zone doors open 4pm)

  • England v Slovenia - Tuesday, June 25, kick-off 20:00 BST (Fan Zone doors open 6pm)