England fans will be able to watch the Euros at a dedicated spot in the city centre this summer.

Some 2,000 fans will descend on Valley Gardens this summer to watch England play in the Euros football tournament in June and July.

Event organiser 4 The Fans has opened ticket sales for the event with a promise of big screens, live music and even pundit Matt Le Tissier.

A picture on their website shows a fenced-off area in Valley Gardens, just in front of St Peter's Church.

Tickets up for grabs for England's first match against Serbia on June 16 say it will be hosted in what it calls Brighton's Central Park - known as Valley Gardens - in York Place.

The advert says: "This new epic outdoor venue in the centre of Brighton will be the ultimate place to watch the big games – Providing incredible acoustics and ensuring an unrivalled atmosphere.

"We will have plenty of big anti-glare screens across the venue, alongside great food & drink, our live DJ, interactive show and football legends in attendance."

Brighton and Hove City Council has given organisers the thumbs up to host the event with thousands visiting the park for each match.

A spokesman for the council told The Argus it is exploring how else it might celebrate the Euros.