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World Cup 2018: How and where to watch the World Cup at the cinema for free MAPPED

THE World Cup will dominate our TV screens from tomorrow, and this is how and where you can watch games for free at the cinema.


WORLD CUP 2018: You can watch the world cup games at the cinema for free

The World Cup football frenzy kicks off between Russia and Saudi Arabia today, June 14 at 4pm BST.

From then we will have a month of action, before the final in Moscow on July 15.

While watching in the comfort of your own home may be the easiest option, there is a better way to enjoy the action.

Showcase Cinemas are showing the World Cup on the big screen this summer for free for football fans to enjoy.


WORLD CUP: Head to your nearest cinema to watch the World Cup for free

“We’re delighted to bring all the action to our big screens this summer”

Mark Barlow – General Manager of Showcase Cinemas UK

There is no doubting the comfort of a cinema, with big screens, great atmosphere and snacks available.

The screens will offer you an unparalleled viewing experience, and you’ll be able to witness every goal, near miss, penalty, free kick and red card in high definition.

You can also enjoy the build-up and post-match analysis with your friends and family.

Mark Barlow, General Manager of Showcase Cinemas UK, said: “We’re delighted to bring all the action to our big screens this summer.

“Watching the games with friends and family on the biggest and best screens, with fantastic surround sound creates an atmosphere like no other.

“What’s more, the games are completely free of charge so fans can watch as many as they want in the comfort of Showcase this summer.

If you want to cheer on the home team you won’t want to miss England vs Tunisia at 7pm on Monday, June 18.

Gareth Southgate’s team will then face Panama at 1pm on Sunday, June 24.

The final group game will take place against Belgium at 7pm on Thursday, June 28.

If the international matches are more you thing, be sure to catch the showdown between Portugal and Spain at 7pm on Friday, June 15.

Argentina will take on Iceland at 2pm on Saturday, June 16.

You can then look forward to seeing Germany start their campaign against Mexico at 4pm son Sunday, June 17.

You can watch all these clashes at your nearest Showcase Cinema.


WORLD CUP 2018: The World Cup kicks off on Thursday, June 14

Here are is the list of 21 Showcase Cinemas in the UK:

• Bluewater, Dartford

• Bristol, Glass house, Cabot Circus

• Coventry

• Derby

• Leeds

• Leicester

• Nottingham

• Peterborough

• Reading

• Southampton

• Bristol Avonmeads (St Philips Causeway BS2 0SP)

• Cardiff Nantgarw

• Derby Foresters Park

• Dudley

• Glasgow

• Liverpool

• Manchester

• Newham

• Paisley

• Teesside

• Walsall

Read more about the event here.