Two Further Big Screen Events Have Been Announced For Wednesdays World Cup Game
Victoria Warehouse and Albert Hall have announced the big screen showings
World Cup spirits are flying all over the place following Englands belting win against Sweden.
The nation is going absolutely nuts after the victory takes the young team to the semi- finals for the first time since 1966.
Ahead of the game on Saturday, Castlefield Bowl has confirmed a huge screening of the game thanks to Auto Trader agreeing to sponsor the event.
Details are to be released later on today.
But guess what, TWO MORE popular Manchester venues have also announced massive showings of the game which promises to be incredible atmosphere on both parts.
Who is screening the World Cup Semi-Finals in Manchester?
Albert Hall have just announced their big event clearly stating 'IT'S COMING HOME'.
Doors open to the venue at 5pm with it's free entry - their capacity holding a maximum of 2,300.
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One of Manchester's favourite event spaces have also confirmed a World Cup viewing which will see giant screens put up indoors.
The venue holds up to 3,500 with tickets costing between £4 and £11.25 (for a VIP ticket) and are available via Skiddle.
The VIP tickets will give you access to their VIP Balcony, VIP Front Row Viewing Area and VIP Bars & Toilets.
Manchester is going to be RAVING.
Feature image credit: victoriawarehouse.com