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Euro 2024 fans can stay in world's largest brothel where sex workers satisfy 1k customers

Football fans heading to this summer’s European Championships in Germany could save a few quid by opting to stay at the world’s largest brothel. The 11-storey establishment in Cologne is offering tournament-goers accommodation at an affordable rate.

Hotel prices in the 10 Euro 2024 host cities have already soared, with fans being left out of pocket by the extortionate costs. However, a brothel in Cologne is lending a helping hand to supporters, with prices for a bed starting at just £169 a night.

The brothel is said to serve over 1,000 customers per day and is located in the city’s red light district. What’s more, the digs come with amenities that almost certainly won’t be available at alternative accommodations, with a lap-dancing bar and nightclub also on the scene.

It will be music to the ears of Scotland supporters, who are heading to the city in the North Rhine-Westphalia region for their second group game of the competition. Steve Clarke’s side will take on fellow Group A opponents Switzerland in Cologne, with Scotland fans expected to travel en masse.

Speaking about the scramble for beds in Germany this summer, Tartan Army Magazine editor Iain Emerson told The Sun: “I know some people who are going to be sleeping in vans so any room would certainly be an upgrade to that.

“The Tartan Army are always on the lookout for somewhere that offers good value so I’m sure there will be no shortage of customers eager to book up. But they’ll have to be quick because the tournament is getting closer and excitement is reaching fever pitch.”

While Scotland qualified for the last European Championships, COVID-19 restrictions limited the fun to an extent. On top of that, Scotland played all three matches in the UK, with this year’s tournament being the first time since 1998 that they’re playing in the finals of a competition on the continent.

Clarke and co. will be given the perfect chance to get their tournament off to a flyer when they face host nation Germany on opening night. The Tartan Army are rank outsiders for the Germany game, with the bookies expecting Scotland to get off to a losing start against one of the competition’s favourites.

Next up is that clash against the Swiss in Cologne, before they round off Group A – and hopefully seal progression into the last-16 – with a result against Hungary.


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