Brickhouse Social are setting up a fan zone for the Manchester derby

Brickhouse was one of the best places to watch the World Cup. Now they're building on that success with a dedicated derby day fan zone.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 4th January 2023

Brickhouse Social is building on the success of the World Cup festivities by setting up their very own fan zone for the Manchester derby later this month.

With the fierce rivals currently neck and neck in the table and set to face each other on 14 January, Brickhouse’s Manchester derby fan zone will see supporters from each side of the city pile into the popular pub and club on New Wakefield Street come kick-off.

Opening up for the biggest day of football on the Mancunian calendar, the venue will be setting up two separate fan zones spanning across two different floors, allowing both sets of fans to enjoy all the action with their fellow reds/blues but, crucially, without any risk of aggro.

Better still, Brickhouse Social’s big screens come with specially installed sound systems to provide one of the best atmospheres you’ll find anywhere in town outside of being inside the ground itself.

A DJ will also be bringing all the pre, post and mid-match vibes during the match, not to mention plenty of pints, cocktails and their local favourite Late Night Slice Pizza available throughout the day.


We suspect there’ll be a fair few staying in this place after full-time.

From its wonderful taproom and rooftop terrace, to the pool hall and plates of top-notch scran, there’s something for everyone here.


Eh! You’ve even got the Kable Club playing bangers in the basement ready for whoever ends up taking home the three points.

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Doors open at 10am for kick-off at 12:30, with separate entrances and exits for City and United fans.

Last entry will be at 11am and the best part of all is, entry is absolutely FREE, you’ve just got to get in there quick enough to secure your spot.


Grab your tickets HERE.

Who’s winning this one then?

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