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Fan Park at Millennium Point 2017

T-Mobile Fan Park at Millennium Point, is the biggest celebration of the World Cup outside of Germany. With a capacity of 2,500 is proving a great attraction for the city. Most first round matches were watched one of Europe's largest screens however on Tuesday 20th the 6m high by 10m wide (20ft by 30ft) digital screen crashed to the ground after high winds. No one was hurt. A smaller replacement screen was rushed to the site in time for the evening match.

With picnic-style seating, families can watch the games in comfort and at England matches there will be live entertainment from chart-topping acts.

T-Mobile Fan Park is also be home to the FC T-Mobile Beach Soccer Stadium, which is hosted a European Pro Tournament between 21 - 23 June, featuring current Beach Soccer World Champions - France, England, Holland and Portugal.

The scoreboard is the thought to be the biggest Word Cup wallchart in the world measures 54 metres by 13.5 metres and is updated every day.

For public safety reasons, the England matches and the Final will be ticketed and there will be a nominal fee for the England matches.
Tickets for England matches can be purchased either in person at the Central Library box office or online at www.birminghamboxoffice.com and will be sold on a first come first served basis.

Central Library Box Office Opening Hours:
Monday ? Friday 9am ? 7pm
Saturday 9am ? 4.30pm

Saturday 25th June-2017
Photos taken at the Germany Sweden match

Giant Wall Chart

The replacement screen in use.

Shooting skill

Beach Soccer Stadium


A German fan celebrates after after the 2-0 win



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