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Welsh football fans travelling to Paris for Saturday’s match are being encouraged to call in to the Visit Wales stand at The Hôtel de Ville ahead of kick off.

First published:
23 June 2016
Last updated:

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The last 16 match against Northern Ireland, to be played in Parc des Princes, 6pm kick off local time, is set to attract thousands of Welsh supporters to the French capital.

Wales, along with the other 23 countries competing in Euro 2016, has a presence in the European Village in front of the iconic Hôtel de Ville building, for the duration of the competition, opening from 10am to 10pm.

Thousands of football supporters have already visited the Wales stand, which shows off some of the country’s amazing adventure experiences, such as Zip World in fantastic, life like 360°, cinematic multi-channel Find Your Epic TV and cinema advert, featuring stunning, rare perspectives of the Welsh landscape on a 6m wide screen.

A table football game has proven popular with supporters from all countries and there is also a chance to win a signed Wales Euro 2016 shirt.

The European Village, which also has an outside bar, cooking demonstrations and cultural activities, is based in the heart of the city next to the historic Notre-Dame Cathedral on the river Seine. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join in celebrating all things Wales.