The final Euro 2016 games will be broadcast live on Kazan Arena’s media front, one of the largest Full HD screens in Europe. Thousands will be able to watch the games free of charge, welcome2018.com was informed by the press service of the mayor’s office of Kazan.
"The games can be watched from the plaza in front of the media screen, and from parking areas Р1 and Р2,” the press spokesperson said.
The games to be broadcast are the second semi-final and the final of Euro 2016 on July 7 and 10.
Kazan Arena, opened in June 2013, is the home base of Kazan’s FC Rubin. The stadium holds 45,000 spectators. It was one of the assets built for the 2013 World Summer Universiade and also hosted the 2015 world championship in aquatic sports. Kazan Arena is one of the venues designated to host games of the 2018 World Cup.