Massive football fan park to return to Manchester for the 2022 World Cup
4TheFans Fan Parks are all about "putting football fans at the heart of the action".
The UK’s biggest football fan park is back by popular demand and returning to Manchester for the 2022 World Cup later this year.
Following what was a hugely successful and sold-out run during Euro 2020 – where 25,000 fans come together at different fan park locations across the UK to cheer on England’s historic Euro campaign – sporting events company, 4TheFans, has launched the first edition of its World Cup 2022 fan parks.
And Manchester’s Soccer Dome at Trafford Park is the location picked for this year’s event.
As it has now become known for, 4TheFans will be bringing back the big game atmosphere and immersive fan experience, but this time, without any necessary COVID-19 restrictions.
This means that football fans can expect huge anti-glare screens, world-class sound systems, a series of exclusive bars and food traders, DJs, competitions, and prize giveaways, all brought to you by a dedicated host for the event.
Not only that, but each match screening is also set to welcome a genuine football legend to the party – with big names such as former Manchester City and Manchester United players, Joleon Lescott and Wes Brown, lined-up for the England games.
Other stars are set to make appearances during the tournament’s Knockout games too, and their names are soon-to-be-announced, so keep your eyes peeled.
The 4TheFans Fan Parks are all about “putting football fans at the heart of the action”.
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The 2022 World Cup officially kicks off on 21 November and runs right through to 18 December in Qatar, and while it’s certainly not an easy one to get to, 4TheFans is probably the next best thing to having a match ticket if you’re looking to make the most of one of the world’s most iconic sporting competitions.
Tickets will set you back £12 per person or £8 as part of a group booking of six, with a range of VIP table options also available.
As mentioned, previous 4TheFans events have all sold out, and for some of the games in the past, the waiting list was over 10,000 people, so if you want to make sure you’re part of the action this year, then don’t put off buying your tickets.
You can grab tickets here.
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