Manchester City Council has secured funding from AutoTrader for big screens at Castlefield Bowl to show the World Cup Semi final on Wednesday.

With space for up to 8000 supporters for England's game which kicks off at 7pm, it's expected to be the main fanzone in Manchester to catch all the action.

You won't be allowed to take drinks inside the venue, however there will be bars once inside.

This will be a free event (ticketed - booking fee only). 

Those interested in attending must register for tickets, which will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Ticket registration will open today (Monday, 9 July) at 5pm via ticketline.

Strict security measures will be in place, so guests are advised to follow guidelines in order to be allowed entry that will be publicised alongside ticket information.

And there's more!...

A further two venues have announced they will be screening the match:

Albert Hall - with free entry and a capacity of 2,300

Victoria Warehouse - Indoor & Outdoor Fanzone

Take a look at all the venues across Manchester screening the match, here.




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