Bradford's Live Site, situated in Centenary Square (south of Aldermanbury and north of Market Street), is right at the heart of the newly-redeveloped city centre and will thrive on the bustling Olympic vibe as one of the 22 big screens operating at locations across the UK.
In addition to this Bradford will have the honour of being one of only three UK cities to enjoy the action on a super HD screen.
The 50-foot screen - equivalent in height to four double decker buses - has an image quality that is 16 times better than existing HD television and will be housed at the National Media Museum as part of the BBC's initiative to install the three units at different sites. London and Glasgow have been chosen as the two other cities to benefit from the cutting-edge technology.
Fans at Centenary Square and the National Media Museum will not miss out on a moment's action throughout the Olympics, and with the central location of both sites accessibility is excellent.
Find Centenary Square Live Site on a map here.
How to get there? Both Bradford Forster Square and Bradford Interchange stations are a few minutes walk from the site and are served by National Rail services. Bradford city centre has an extensive bus network too.
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