Brandenburg Gate to be transformed into massive goal for Euro 2024

Brandenburg Gate to be transformed into massive goal for Euro 2024

The Brandenburg Gate is set to become a Tor in more ways than one, as Berlin announces that the city will transform the attraction into a massive goal for the 2024 Euros.

Brandenburger Tor will become giant goal for 2024 Euros

Crowning the “mother of all fan miles”, Berlin’s iconic Brandenburger Tor is set to be transformed into a gigantic goalpost for the 2024 Euros this summer.

The city of Berlin has announced that the fan mile along Straße des 17. Juni will also be kitted out with a “pop-up park”. All matches played by the German national team will be broadcast on screens along the fan mile, along with many other matches scheduled for the tournament.

Euros matches will be played in 10 German cities during the tournament, with the first game, between Germany and Scotland, taking place on June 14 in Munich.

Deutsche Bahn releases cheap Euros train tickets

For anyone lucky enough to have nabbed themselves a ticket to watch one of the Euros matches in real life, Deutsche Bahn’s special DB Ticket Euro 2024 in partnership with UEFA recently went on sale.

Anyone who has a ticket for a match can now get a reduced-price train ticket to the German host city where the match is being played. The train tickets cost just 29,90 euros and this cost includes public transport use once you have arrived in the host city. 

Children under 14 can travel for free with ticket holders and the deal will also apply to Deutsche Bahn trains travelling from any of the six countries where DB currently operates ICE trains; Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark.

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