Victoria Warehouse is setting up a massive World Cup fan zone with Red Square
The popular fan zone is open for the 2022 Qatar World Cup
The 2022 World Cup is just around the corner and we once again find ourselves presented with the usual dilemma of finding where to watch it.
Lucky for you, there are plenty of places to watch the tournament in Manchester and one of the latest is popping up over at the Victoria Warehouse.
The iconic music and entertainment venue is being transformed by fan organisation Red Square into a massive World Cup fan zone, screening every England game after their opener against Iran for as long we stay in the tournament — and we will (you’ve got to believe, people).
Taking over the brand new event space, The Tobacco Stores, fans will be able to watch the Three Lions do us proud on large HD screens, as well as enjoy lots of footy-themed street food concession stands, a large bar area, live music and, most importantly, a palpable matchday atmosphere.
Come England‘s second group game against the USA on Friday 25 November, when this 1,000-capacity venue is heaving with footy fans, we dare say you’ll be getting a view that rival the crowds in Old Trafford just round the corner.
The fan zone will be completely family-friendly and Victoria Warehouse Group MD James Cohen is promising “a unique World Cup viewing experience” when Qatar 2022 kicks off.
The best part of all is tickets are just £2. Say no more.
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You can grab tickets your online HERE for the following matches:
- 25 November – England vs USA at 7pm
- 29 November – England vs Wales at 7pm
We’ll see you there for plenty of beers and limbs as we watch the boys bring football home.
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