PLAYZ Community Centre in Pennyburn will be among the venues screening the Scotland v Czech Republic on Monday, June 14.

The Pennyburn centre has a licence to screen and will show the much anticipated national team take on the Czech Republic squad. 

Irvine Times:

Football fan Neal McHarg who is the Community Connector of Playz was looking forward to the Euro 2020 games.

"I think this will be a great time for so many people who haven't seen Scotland in the Euro's before," said Neal.

"For a whole generation of fans, it will be an exciting time.

"We have a film licence and can open during the day at the moment so it makes sense to show the Scotland game.

"We will have strict safety measures in place and will be limited numbers to around 25 to 30 people and it will be open for families in the community.

"Our cafe will be serving pies and it should be a great day, especially if Scotland win."