There are certain sporting events that transcend the matches themselves, becoming conduits for connection and friendship as swathes of the community turn out to watch the action. And watching the World Cup in particular always manages to capture that spark of global attention and passion. For such exciting events, sure, you could watch it at your local pub. You could watch it at home even. But for the ultimate viewing experience, you’ll definitely want to head out to the 4TheFans Fan Park – where the joy of watching the World Cup is taken to the absolute max.
With fan parks scattered across the country, 4TheFans are ensuring that anyone will have a great viewing experience nearby. As well as London, they’re also popping up in Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, and Cardiff.
The viewing experience
Hitting East London’s Venue: LDN East Arena, nicknamed “The Cauldron”, there ain’t no tiny screens at this fan park, or glare-ridden images. Nor are there any tinny speakers struggling to be heard over the crowd. With their huge anti-glare screens, and world-class sound system, you won’t just see and hear everything that’s going on, you’ll feel it too. Whether it’s the roar of the crowd, or the buzz in the air as the whole place goes silent in anticipation, the atmosphere is absolutely electric. It’s as close as you can get to the action without heading to the games in Qatar themselves!
Add to all that, banter and commentary from Sky Sports presenters and footie legends, and you’re in for a good time. At the London fan parks expect appearances from former West Ham and Everton striker Tony Cottee, and Wes Brown from Manchester United’s famous 1999 treble-winning side. Even more guests will be announced as the dates get closer. Be sure you do rock up ahead of kick-off, as well, as there’s also a 4TheFans interactive, immersive show. And in addition to all that, there’ll be live DJ sets, as well as competitions and giveaways on the day.
No need to fear the rain, or pack a poncho, either as you’ll get the ultimate experience no matter the weather. Previous events have taken place outdoors, but this years World Cup fan parks are all indoors experiences. And to ensure anyone can come, affordability is at the top of 4TheFans’ list of priorities. Book with a group of 6 and you’ll net yourself a whopping discount on General Admission or VIP tickets. And remember, the tickets already include a drink and hot food! Plus there’s a fully stocked bar to choose from, where they say to expect prices similar to a local pub.
So, who are the team behind these fan parks? A group of absolute sports enthusiasts, these guys come with a proper jam-packed, albeit brief, history of brilliant sporting events. 4TheFans are riding the wave of their smash-up success in providing fans the greatest viewing experiences across the UK. Their Six Nations viewing parties kept viewers up to date on every tackle and try. Meanwhile their EURO 2020 viewings were the absolute best place to be in the Summer of 2021, when they entertained over 25,000 across the events. Where else could you possibly want to take in the World Cup 2022 action?
England has been gearing up for the competition across their UEFA Nations League games. Following a disappointing 1-0 loss to Italy, and a nail-biting 3-3 draw with Germany, all eyes are sure to be on the team and demand will be high to catch England’s World Cup matches. Can they catch up to the success of the Lionesses at the EUROs this year? Can they go all the way this time, following their semi-final placement in 2018, and their stumble in the EUROs finals last year? There’s only one way to find out. Tickets are already sold out for their match-up against the US of A, and are selling like absolute hotcakes for the other sessions. Since they’re sure to sell out, head to the site now to grab your tickets.