World Cup: Big match coming to big screens

It’s coming home

World Cup coming home shows up on marque

At least 24 cinemas will show the World Cup semi-final on their huge screens. Free tickets for the July 10 England vs Croatia match are available at 6 Odeon cinemas,at least 18 Picturehouse Cinemas and several other cinemas Wednesday. Oh yeah, it’s coming home.

Camstage Ltd., which is based in England, installed many of the cinema screens where football fans will see the game against Croatia.

In fact, Camstage just finished installing 12 larger screens at one Odeon cinema.  A gala celebrating the newly renovated building now will offer attendes the chance to see the game or the planned early release of The Incredibles 2.

The match will be broadcast live from 6.30 pm on Wednesday 11 July. Kick-off is at 7 pm. Most cinemas are suggesting fans come early to get their tickets. Once the game starts, no one will be admitted.

It has been 28 years since the England team has played a semi-final game in the World Cup. 

 

 

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