The brightly decorated Football Village on Konyushennaya Square will open for EURO 2020 visitors on June 11 and will be available from noon till midnight until July 11, 2021 (except weekends on June 25 and 30). According to the organizers, along with the streaming of Euro 2020 matches, this will be the place to head for concerts, contests and special projects.
The second most important venue of the UEFA Festival in St. Petersburg, the Fan Zone on Palace Square, will be open starting from the quarter-finals on July 2-3, and all through the semi-finals on July 6-7 and the final on July 11. The Fan Zone opening hours: 6 pm till midnight (visitors will be allowed to enter three hours before the start of a match).
UEFA Festival official website: https://fanzone.spb.ru/ru/
A UEFA Festival badge is required to access the media zones. Holders are entitled to visit both locations, the Football Village on Konyushennaya Square as well as the Fan Zone on Palace Square.
Media representatives who are accredited by UEFA or the Host City Media Center can obtain a UEFA Festival badge through a simplified procedure. To do this, you will need to visit the accreditation office. The address is: Office 316 at the St. Petersburg business center on 5 Griboyedov Canal Embankment, St. Petersburg, and you will need to present your UEFA or Host City Media Center badge. You will not be required to fill out any accreditation forms.
More information about the accreditation rules for the UEFA Festival in St. Petersburg can be found on the official website.
Applications started on June 1, 2021.
Badges will be issued following data verification and registration as of June 1, 2021.
Accreditation office opening hours: daily, 9 am — 9 pm.
If you have any questions concerning applications or picking up accreditation badges, please call +7 931 009 50 79.