Supporting the England team

PUBLISHED: 14:57 17 June 2010 | UPDATED: 14:58 17 June 2010

pavilion world cup

pavilion world cup


EVERY two years, the whole nation expects England to be crowned World or European champions, but does it ever happen? We have the players and now we have the manager so could this be the year when the unexpected happens?

England will need team spirit, camaraderie and the best fan base in the world. Where can large numbers come together to support a truly great event? When you look back this summer, you want to be able to remember where you were, who you were with, and what you were doing when this England team etched their names into history. Do you want to look back and remember being in a dark musty pub? Or do you want to be part of something epic?

This summer, an unprecedented and unexpected event is happening at the Exmouth Pavilion. Celebrating England’s best chance since ’66, they are showing five games from the World Cup on THE BIGGEST SCREEN IN EXMOUTH.

Come down, be part of history watching the games on a 20ft screen with hot food and bar open at the back of the auditorium so you won’t miss one second of the game. There’s no better way to spend a hot summer’s day on the beach, then strolling into a huge auditorium and watching England, hopefully, conquering the world.

Do the team proud this summer, come to the Exmouth Pavilion, as there is enough space for you and all your mates with 100 per cent free admission and 300 seats!

Games shown Live on a 20ft screen:

England Vs Algeria, June 18, at 7.30pm

World Cup Last 16, June 26, at 7.30pm

World Cup Last 16, June 27, at 3pm

3rd / 4th Place playoff, July 10, at 7.30pm

World Cup Final, July 11, at 7.30pm

Be a part of history this summer at the Exmouth Pavilion

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