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Women’s World Cup: Watch Parties

Wanting to follow the Lionesses back home alongside your fellow fans? We’ve pulled together a list of Watch Parties which have been independently organised across the country.

Please note these aren’t FSA events so check directly with the organisers to ensure they are still going ahead. And if you know of events happening in your area which can be added to the list let us know.

  • 22nd July, 10.30am (BST): England v Haiti – ITV
  • 28th July, 9.30am (BST): England v Denmark – BBC
  • 1st August, 12pm (BST): China v England – ITV

Watch Parties

Countrywide

This Fan Girl say they will be holding watch party events across the country in the following areas – London, Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool confirmed with a few additional dates for Leicester and Newcastle soon to be announced. Email [email protected]

London

Boxpark are showing all England group games at their three London venues alongside a variety of other matches. Further ticket information is available via their website.

Baller FC is a collective of fans set up to make a safe, inclusive and welcoming place for people to enjoy watching women’s football. They will be hosting a Festival of Football across the tournament. Based in Haggerston, East London, the festival will include watch parties, screening big games live, music, street food and fringe events. More details via Insta @ballerfc_ldn and on their website: www.ballerfc.com

TOCA Social will be open early and showing all England games: www.toca.social

Design My Night has quite a comprehensive list of pubs who say they’ll be screening various games.

The Swan at Hampton Wick are open for all Lionesses games – check out more on their Insta @swanhamptonwick

Nettie Collective have joined forces with Frontier to ensure 12 pubs across London will be amending their opening hours for the WWC23. Nettie are also planning to watch parties and other events. More info via Instagram @nettiecollective

Midlands

Villa Bellas are hoping to do a watch party for Englands opening game against Haiti. Follow them on Twitter for more information @VillaBellas

Saltbox, Nottingham, with Art of Football, will host breakfast club watch parties all three England group games at Saltbox Nottingham (kids eat free).  For more info follow on twitter here – @saltbox_bar or check their website out: www.saltboxbar.co.uk

North West

Women In Football will host a watch party event in Manchester for England v Denmark Friday 28th July 8:30am-12:30pm (KO 9.30am). Pre-match drinks and pastries in Heaven rooftop pitch – watch game, networking and brunch. Hotel Football, Manchester M16 0SZ – more details here.

Women’s World Cup Watch Parties hosted by LGBT Foundation – these watch parties will be taking place in LGBT Foundation’s Community Centre at Fairbairn House. Free registration here.

South East

Ledward Centre (Brighton) plans to open up its cafe so fans to come together and watch England’s games. Follow them on Twitter for more info @LedwardCentre 

Lewes FC will host screenings for all England games at the Dripping Pan. Follow @LewesFCWomen

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