Illawarra football fans are in for a feast of football over the next month.
And The Fraternity Club will ensure they don't miss out on any of the Euro 2021 action.
The Fairy Meadow-based club will keep its doors open for 720 continual hours over the next four weeks to entice football fans to watch Euro 2021 on its big screens.
Known as the 'home of football', The Frat will screen all 51 matches of the tournament between June 11 and July 11.
Twenty-four nations have qualified for Euro 2021, and whether it be Italy, England or Spain, each night a throng of weary-eyed supporters will make their way into The Frat to barrack for their team.
Former professional footballer and Socceroo Luke Wilkshire plans to juggle his time between Optus Sport commitments and attending The Frat.
"It's going to be huge, and it's terrific that The Frat is again showing its colours and will be screening all games," he said.
The Frat's events manager Kane Baker, a keen footballer himself, said the fun and fanfare of Euro 2021 should be "a winner".
"We'll have the club set up as the ideal place to watch these games, allowing guests to experience the thrill of the Euros," he said.
The Euros were initially slated to be played in 2020 but was one of many major tournaments pushed back a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The opening game will be between Italy and Turkey, showing live at The Frat on Saturday June 11 at 5am.
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