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Wednesday 18 May 2022

Brighton Included As 4TheFans Launches Six Immersive World Cup 2022 Fan Parks

Tens of thousands of fans will unite in Brighton to watch the World Cup 2022 on huge anti-glare screens with a world-class sound system, food, drinks and a proper big game atmosphere. 

Taking place in Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, London, Manchester and Newcastle, these immersive events follow 4TheFans sold out Euro 2021 and Six Nations fan parks, but now come with no restrictions and no more table service! 

Just fans, being fans, enjoying entertainment including DJ sets, competitions, giveaways, a 4TheFans host, and banter, analysis and games from a living football legend. 
 
Sporting events company, 4TheFans has launched the first edition of its World Cup 2022 Fan Parks at The Arch in Brighton.


Following sold out Euro 2021 Fan Parks, which saw 25,000 fans come together to cheer on England's Euro campaign, 4TheFans is bringing back the big game atmosphere and immersive fan experience, this time without any restrictions.

Fans can expect huge anti-glare screens, world-class sound systems, exclusive bar and food traders, DJs, competitions, giveaways, all brought to you by a 4TheFans host. 

Each match screening also welcomes a genuine football legend, including for Brighton, Mark Lawrenson, Tony Cottee, David Stockdale and more. 

The Fan Parks put football fans at the heart of the action as they enjoy the world's premier football tournament. 

The World Cup takes place from 21st November to 18th December in Qatar. 

Only 4TheFans provides a genuine footballing legend to give exclusive match analysis and bags of banter as they engage with the fans. 

Tickets start at £12 per person or £8 as part of a group booking of six, with VIP table options also available from: www.4thefans.tv

by: Mike Cobley



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