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Belfast City Hall will show England and Ireland games on big screen

Big Screen
Image caption The Big Screen at Belfast City Hall will show all England and Ireland games from Euro 2012.

Football fans will be able to watch Euro 2012 matches on the big screen at Belfast City Hall.

Games from both home nations, England and the Republic of Ireland, will be shown in the grounds of the historic building.

All the games from the group stages will be shown and if either team should proceed all subsequent games will also be shown.

Fans will be encouraged to bring picnics along to the games.

Fixtures

Belfast City Council will be showing the following group stage games in the grounds of City Hall:

Sunday June 10 - Republic of Ireland v Croatia (kick-off 7.45pm)

Monday June 11 - France v England (kick-off 5pm)

Thursday June 14 - Spain v Republic of Ireland (7.45pm)

Friday June 15 - Sweden v England (7.45pm)

Monday June 18 - Italy v Republic of Ireland (7.45pm)

Tuesday June 19 - England v Ukraine (7.45pm)

There no tickets for the event and admission is free on a first come first served basis.

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