Giant screen to watch Spain’s semi-final

Giant screen to watch Spain’s semi-final
Giant screen to watch Spain’s semi-final

Tomorrow is the Euro semi-final where Spain will face France and the enthusiasm for La Roja continues to grow. The mayor, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, has announced through the social network X that There will be a giant screen to support the teamIt will be located on the Puente del Rey esplanade, in Madrid Río, at the gates of the Casa de Campo.

For the previous match, the Spain-Germany quarter-final, a giant screen was also announced in the Plaza de Felipe II, in front of the WiZink Center, but in the end It was not carried out due to high temperatures of that day and especially because of the time at which the game was played, 6 p.m. This new location is favored by the shade of the trees at the beginning of the Casa de Campo. It also has the time in its favor: the game will start at 9 p.m., when the sun is much less effective.

Another giant screen and alternatives to watch the game

Image provided by: Ice Palace

The one in Plaza Felipe II is not the only giant screen where the match can be seen: since the beginning of the sporting event, the Palacio de Hielo has set up a 350 square metre screen where 45 of the 51 matches being played in total can be watched for free. In addition, this same space is also used as a summer cinema.

Beyond that, and ignoring the option of watching it at home, there are also many bars that They will become, practically, authentic stands in which to experience those 90 minutes of the Spanish Men’s Football Team on the pitch.

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