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Get What’s On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Just when it was looking like Manchester was going to be the only city without a big screen, car website Auto Trader and the city council answered the prayers of thousands of fans.The event will be free but fans will have to register for tickets to make sure the bowl’s 8,000 or so capacity is adhered to.A huge 120msq screen will installed in the Castlefield venue for the match and doors will be open from 4pm, with a bar area and food trailers open throughout the game.Bar prices are yet to be set, but it’s expected to be around a pint for beer and no spirits.The event will end after the final whistle (9pm) or slightly later depending on extra time or a penalty shootout.Alcohol will be on sale inside the venue in plastic cups, and people will not be able to bring in their own alcohol in cans or bottles.Flights to Moscow from Manchester for the World Cup Final are still available how to book ticketsHere’s how you get hold of a ticket for the city’s massive screening of the biggest England game in 28 years.How to get tickets The event will be free (subject to a booking fee) but those interested in attending must register for tickets, which will be made available on a first come first served basis.MORE Manchester World Cup big screens for Wednesday night as Albert Hall and Victoria Warehouse plan huge screeningsEntry to the viewing area will be on Liverpool Road and Castle Street. A disabled access viewing area will be available. Free water will also be on site.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat’s On NewsletterSubscribe to our What’s On newsletterEnter emailSubscribeWhat’s OnallMost ReadMost RecentManchester FamilyBuild A Bear’s first ‘Pay Your Age Day’ means parents can save a fortuneLittle ones can make their own bear for as little as 1World CupCastlefield Bowl Manchester World Cup 2018: how to get tickets for England v Croatia on the big screenCastlefield Bowl will show the World Cup semi final on Wednesday night in Manchester here’s how to get your tickets.ManchesterCastlefield Bowl World Cup event sold out but here are the other big screens showing England v CroatiaImpossible, Albert Hall and Victoria Warehouse all have special World Cup screenings on Wednesday nightWorld CupMORE Manchester World Cup big screens for Wednesday night as Albert Hall and Victoria Warehouse plan huge screeningsAlbert Hall and Victoria Warehouse are getting in the World Cup spirit with big screens going up for the England v Croatia semi final as well as the Castlefield Bowl screeningManchester FamilyWhat every parent travelling abroad with a child with a different surname needs to knowParents without the right documents can be refused check in, or worseReal Housewives of CheshireReal Housewives reunite as Leanne Brown and Ampika Pickston lunch with Tanya Bardsley as rumours mount of “massive shake up” on hit showWith rumours of a “massive shake up” for the new series of the Real Housewives of Cheshire, this lunch must have been very interesting.ManchesterCastlefield Bowl World Cup event sold out but here are the other big screens showing England v CroatiaImpossible, Albert Hall and Victoria Warehouse all have special World Cup screenings on Wednesday nightWorld CupCastlefield Bowl Manchester World Cup 2018: how to get tickets for England v Croatia on the big screenCastlefield Bowl will show the World Cup semi final on Wednesday night in Manchester here’s how to get your tickets..