By Vera Martirosyan
PARIS. – No Euro 2016 football match was played in Paris on June 11.
The games take place in ten different cities in France, and therefore it is very hard to attend all of them.
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On that day, I was more interested in the fans. Even though they are everywhere in Paris, they are primarily at the largest fan zone in the Champ de Mars large public greenspace at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
But the entire park and its surrounding areas are closed, and you have to pass through three security checks to enter.
Although drinks were not allowed inside, there were numerous beer stands.
After the England supporters, the Croat fans—who were the noisiest—were the second largest in this fan zone. There also were a lot of Irish, and the Swedes were the fourth most “active.”
When I was recording on camera, and English fan came up to me and asked where I was from. When I stressed Armenia—not Albania—, he said yes, Kim Kardashian, of course he knows Armenia.
For those who love football, beer and just a fun time, the largest fan zone in Paris is the best place to watch football at.
And ten minutes after the end of the game between England and Russia, the Eiffel Tower was to be lit in the colors of the flag of the country whose fans had voted the most on Twitter. In this case, the winner was Ireland.
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