talkSPORT Fan Zone: Be part of ultimate 2022 World Cup fan experience with live screenings of England, Wales and EVERY game at a special venue in London

    talkSPORT is powered by fans – and will be hosting the ultimate fan experience during the 2022 World Cup.

    We’re taking over a huge 1,000-capacity venue under the arches at London Waterloo, where we will screen EVERY World Cup game live – kicking off with the first group game on November 20 and running all the way through to the final on December 18.

    With a mammoth 64 games spread across 28 days, you can cheer on England, Wales – or whoever your heart desires – as they go for glory in Qatar. 

    Fans are well accustomed to toasting summer tournaments in sun-baked fan parks and pub gardens around the country, launching beers into the air as Harry Kane bangs in another goal.

    This tournament will be like no other and the good old British weather will mean only the hardiest of soles will be willing to brave watching the action outdoors.

    But fear not, as talkSPORT will have you covered this winter with our huge indoor venue.

    You’ll get live coverage from every game on giant TV screens, Q&As with talkSPORT’s talent, be part of live radio broadcasts, plus there there will be plenty of food and drink on offer too.

    It promises to be the best World Cup fan experience in the UK!

    There will hopefully be scenes like this again for England fans this winter

    There will hopefully be scenes like this again for England fans this winter

    And you’ll see some familiar faces

    And you’ll see some familiar faces

    You can secure your place at the talkSPORT Fan Zone now, with England and Wales’ group stage games on sale – including the humdinger between both home nations. 

    Tickets start from just £20 – with a free pint on us – and are available to purchase HERE.

    It’s over 18s only and each ticket will be valid for six hours, which will usually cover two World Cup games. This will differ depending on the fixtures on each day of the tournament.


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