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NE1’s Screen on the Green Returns in Time for Women’s Euros 2022


NE1’s Screen on the Green returns to Newcastle city centre on Monday 27 June with a packed schedule of international sport, starting with tennis from Wimbledon and football action from the Women’s European Championships before launching six weeks of family movies, screened for free during the school holidays. The large outdoor screen will take up its usual position in the heart of Old Eldon Square, where the event has taken place since 2016.

To launch this year’s summer screenings, live action from the Wimbledon tennis championships will be broadcast (27 June – Sunday 10 July), as well as action from the British Grand Prix, followed by the Women’s Euros with screenings of all England and Northern Ireland’s games (6 July – 31 July), before finishing the sporting line-up with action from the Tour de France (1 – 24 July).

England’s women are second favourites to win the European Championships which will be staged on home soil.  

England’s group matches and screening times:

Wednesday 6th July
England vs Austria 20:00 GMT

Monday 11th July
England vs Norway 20:00 GMT

Friday 15th July
Northern Ireland vs England 20:00 GMT


Northern Ireland’s group matches and screening times
Thursday 7 July 

Norway v Northern Ireland, 20:00 GMT

Monday 11 July 
Austria v Northern Ireland, 17:00 GMT

Friday 15 July 
Northern Ireland v England, 20:00 GMT

If England come out top of their group they face a quarter-final match on Wednesday 20th July, with a semi-final on 26th July, and the final on 31 July.


On Monday 25 July, the summer film screenings will start with a programme of kids’ movies, family favourites, critically acclaimed dramas, and new blockbuster releases, together with musicals, cinema classics, and themed days and weekends.

84 films will be screened in total, 2 films per day starting on Monday 25 July and running until Sunday 4 September.

NE1’s team of Street Rangers will monitor and patrol Old Eldon Square during the Screen on the Green screenings, and NE1 will also be working closely with Northumbria Police and the City Council to increase the frequency of patrols in and around the area to tackle any anti-social behaviour, and to ensure that Old Eldon Square is a safe space for families with children especially during the school summer holidays.

People will be able to comfortably enjoy the open-air screenings with NE1’s signature deckchairs, bean bags, and other outdoor seating providing ample space for audiences to settle down and enjoy the sporting action, and the movies throughout the summer.

The full summertime movie programme is being kept under wraps and will be released nearer the launch date, in time for people to find their favourites and plan their visits.

Screen on the Green forms one of the major parts of NE1’s Summer in the City activity programme with other free events and activities planned every day across the city during the school summer holidays.

To keep up to date with all the details of what is happening, and where, during NE1’s Summer in the City programme visit www.getintonewcastle.co.uk

Ben Whitfield, Director of Communications at NE1 said:

We are delighted to be launching Screen on the Green with an exciting programme of sporting fixtures for people to enjoy, for free, in the heart of the city before the summer movie schedule gets underway in the school holidays.  We can’t wait to get behind England’s Lionesses as they battle it out to, hopefully, win the Championships and we can’t wait to watch the stars play at Wimbledon, with the British Grand Prix and Tour De France both also set to be broadcast on the big screen.’

Screen on the Green is a much-loved part of NE1’s Summer in the City activity programme and is a favourite with families and people of all ages. We love animating the city with fun, free activities during the summer holidays, giving people more reasons to plan their visit to the city centre and to stay longer when they are here, enjoying all that the city has to offer. Let’s hope the sun stays out!”