Massive Euros fanzone will return to AO Arena to screen England’s semi-final match

Road to Victory is coming to the iconic venue.

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The AO Arena has transformed into a giant Euros fanzone and will show all the remaining England games.

Manchester’s leading arena has teamed up with Road to Victory to create the biggest Euros fan park in Europe.

The family-friendly fanzone is a fully immersive football experience, complete with beer pong, penalty shoot out and table football areas.

It’s also serving discounted £6.95 pints.

Each Euros screening at the AO Arena will include live performances at a half-time show, and interactive games before and after the match.


Road to Victory was previously hosted at Depot Mayfield during the 2022 World Cup but is now moving into Manchester’s iconic venue the AO Arena.

All games from the quarter finals onwards will be shown to massive crowds, combining high-scale production with interactive technology, creating a multi-sensory Euros adventure.


The first Road to Victory event at the AO Arena was on Saturday 6 July when England faced Switzerland in the quarter-finals.

Next up will be Wednesday’s semi-finals game against the Netherlands.

Road to Victory also has an over-18s fanzone experience over at Diecast, which will remain throughout the summer.


Its AO Arena fanzone will be its first that’s suitable for all ages.

The Mezz, which is the arena’s luxury restaurant and bar, will be a family zone with face painting and sign making.

Tickets are available to purchase at at full time on Sunday.

Read more: Where to watch the Euros 2024 around Manchester

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