Watch England and support City at St James Park World Cup Fanzone

Watch England and support City at St James Park World Cup Fanzone

Exeter City will be hosting a World Cup Fanzone, which features a giant screen INSIDE the stadium for a minimum of England’s three group matches and the World Cup final.

By watching England at St James Park you will be also supporting the Grecians, with all profits going directly to the club!

St James Park will be a hive of activity, with drinks promotions, street food, music and the big matches live from the IP Office Main Stand inside St James Park.

With the World Cup just a couple weeks away, now is the time to guarantee yourself a seat to watch the games with the best possible view of all the action whilst being part of the stadium atmosphere to cheer England on from the home of football in Exeter.

Alcoholic drinks can be taken in to the stadium during the events, with bars available in red square putting on special offers for the big matches.

Street food will be available in Red Square for the England matches, with Flaming Good Pizza Companyand Polly Nostimo’s greek food. More vendors will be announced shortly.

 

THE FIXTURES:

England’s three group matches take place on:

Monday, June 18 | Tunisia v England, 7pm kick-off
Sunday, June 24 | England v Panama, 1pm kick-off
Thursday, June 28 | England v Belgium, 7pm kick-off

HOW TO BUY TICKETS:

Tickets cost just £5 per-match which includes a free drink (alcoholic or soft).

Click here to buy tickets for Tunisia vs England
Click here to buy tickets for England v Panama
Click here to buy tickets for England v Belgium
You can purchase a three-games bundle at just £12.50 by clicking here.

Tickets can also be purchased from the club shop or from behind the Center Spot bar! 

All world cup matches will also be screened in the Centre Spot bar, look out for special drinks promotions!

The Fanzone is in partnership with Visit Exeter, St Austell Brewery, Exeter City Supporters’ Trust, Radio Exe and Warwick Events.

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