William Hill have created the ultimate football pub, The William Hill Arms, and it's screening England’s World Cup fixtures.
In 1946, George Orwell sketched out the blueprints for his fictitious and oft-namechecked dream drinker ‘The Moon Under Water’, but that was long before watching the football down the pub became part of the patchwork of being a sports fan.
Fortuitously, William Hill have updated his vision just in time for the World Cup.
At the William Hill arms there’s nothing short of a cornucopia of TVs to ensure that you won’t even miss a pixel of the association soccer action when you’re relieving yourself in the lavatories.
Along with the former England manager, Emile Heskey, Owen Hargreaves and Robbie Savage have been providing insightful half-time analysis of the games, in situ.
World Darts Champion Rob ‘Voltage’ Cross and Bobby George have been down the Arms during England’s clashes with Tunisia and Panama, while world snooker boss Mark ‘The Welsh Wonder’ Williams has been taking on the boys on the baize.
You needn’t worry about any World Cup warriors giving you any hassle either. Not with former British and Commonwealth Heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora on the door.
As for music it was great to see Fat Les’ singer Keith Allen of VINDALOOOO fame singing, stage diving & crowd surfing all the way out into the street!
HFL were on hand to ensure the ultimate experience had the ultimate internet and WiFi! Supporting William Hill in the live streaming of the event and customer WiFi!