Porto will have two giant screens for people to watch Euro 2024 matches

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João Queirós

Porto City Council is going to install two giant screens in the city so that people can watch the Euro 2024 matches, which kick off on 14 June in Germany.

In Largo Amor de Perdição, the screen installed will be exclusively for broadcasting Portugal's group matches, which take place on 18, 22 and 26 June.

On the other hand, the screen that will be available in the Palácio de Cristal Gardens (Rossio) will broadcast all of the tournament's matches.

At Euro 2024, Portugal will play in Group F together with Czechia (18 June in Leipzig), Turkey (2 June in Dortmund) and Georgia (26 June in Gelsenkirchen).

Even before the tournament begins, the national team will play three preparation matches, against Finland (4 June, at the José Alvalade Stadium), Croatia (8 June, at the National Stadium) and the Republic of Ireland (11 June, in Aveiro).

The tournament will take place in Germany from 14 June to 14 July.