Sport is back at the National Stadium. During the Poland-Spain match for Euro 2020, there will be a fan zone in the arena. On June 19, viewers will watch the game on four large screens placed on the stadium ground.
– In the coming days, we will open the National Stadium for the fan zone, because the European Championship (in football – ed.) Is about to begin – a wonderful, interesting, beautiful event that Poland is a part of. We want to be able to enjoy it together, but maintaining sanitary discipline, said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the Thursday conference on easing the restrictions.
Four large screens on the record
On June 19, four screens will appear on the pitch of the National Stadium, where fans will be able to follow the Poland-Spain match played as part of Euro 2020. As the organizer announced, The gates of the arena will be open from 18.30, and the broadcast of the Spain-Poland match will start at 20.45. For now, there are no plans to continue the operation of the zone during the next matches of the Polish team.
The National Fan Zone is the first major event at the National Fan Zone in many months. The organizers ensure that it will be held in compliance with the applicable safety rules, with a maximum of 50% audience presence. Each viewer will have to download a free ticket from the website www.strefakibica.com. Guests will be required to cover their mouth and nose with a mask and to occupy only the places indicated on the tickets.
The matches will be accompanied by additional attractions. Storo & Piotr Kupicha, Doris Lembicz, Power of Trinity, Nowator and D-Bomb will perform on stage. As before each match, Mazurka Dąbrowski will be sung together. There will also be several thousand white and red flags waiting for visitors to the zone.
Vaccinations without registration
In addition, on the weekend of June 19 and 20 at PGE Narodowy it will be possible to vaccinate against COVID-19 without the need to register and subscribe in advance. Ten thousand doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be waiting for those willing.
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