London's Congress Centre launches packages for England matches

Congress Centre in London has launched Fifa World Cup events around two of England's group games aimed at corporate groups wanting to entertain clients or reward staff.

Each fixture will involve three hours' venue hire in order to watch England play on a vast 18ft x 10ft HD screen with full surround sound.

A separate catering area complete with an additional 103" plasma screen will also be provided to ensure no-one misses any of the action.
 
Suitable for groups of between ten and 500 people, Congress Centre's World Cup Package includes unlimited drinks for three hours (a choice of beer, wine or soft drinks) and burgers and fries. The cost is £35 per person including VAT.
 
The match on Friday 18 June is England v Algeria and kicks off at 7.30pm, whilst England v Slovenia takes place at 3pm on Wednesday 23 June. Doors open 30 minutes before kick-off.

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