Ahead of this season’s UEFA Europa League final, which will see Sevilla FC take on AS Roma at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary on 31 May 2023 (kick-off 21:00 CET), the Hungarian capital will offer fans, visitors and locals a festive football atmosphere with a host of activities as part of the UEFA Europa League Fan Festival, which will take place at Heroes’ Square (Hősök tere), a busy site located in the heart of the city.
This party will take place over two days: Tuesday, May 30, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Wednesday, May 31, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Open to people of all ages, the festival is free, including for visitors without a ticket.
Among the entertainment on offer, fans will be able to have their picture taken with the coveted UEFA Europa League trophy, admire a display of shirts, giant shirts, freestylers and also take part in various technical positions.
On the pitch, the program will include matches on a five-a-side mini-pitch, including grassroots and disabled football, as well as a match between Hungarian football legends and UEFA legends.
Entertaining activations from UEFA’s business partners will win promotional items through various interactive games and activities, while local DJs will perform on stage on both days.
To enhance the festive spirit of football in the host city, two giant UEFA Europa League trophies will be on display from 29 May to 1is June in two places, at St. Stephen’s Square (Szent István) and near the Fisherman’s Bastion, at Holy Trinity Square (Halászbástya).
Further information and the program for the 2023 UEFA Europa League Fan Festival and activities in the city can be found in the event guide on UEFA.com. To make the most of their trip to Budapest, fans with final tickets should check out the UEFA Europa App to help with their planning.
Note for the media
Media wishing to cover the various activities of the Fan Festival are requested to request accreditation by sending an e-mail to [email protected].
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