ICC World Cup 2019: Nottingham to host first #CWC19 Fanzone!

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The first Fanzone of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 will open in Nottingham on Thursday 30 May to Sunday 2nd June at Old Market Square!

The people of Nottingham are invited to head down to the free-to-enter Fanzone to get involved as there will be live screenings of all World Cup matches over the four days, along with exciting street cricket activities, live music, entertainment and food and drink from around the globe.

We will be showing the CWC19 opener between England and South Africa as the tournament gets underway on Thursday, before the city’s first fixture – West Indies v Pakistan at Trent Bridge – is shown on Friday.

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Nottingham’s Fanzone schedule:

THURSDAY 30 MAY

Fanzone opens 10:00 AM
Live screening 10:30 AM: England v South Africa

FRIDAY 31 MAY

Fanzone opens 10:00 AM
Live screening 10:30 AM: West Indies v Pakistan

SATURDAY 1 JUNE

Fanzone opens 10:00 AM
Live Screening 10:30 AM: New Zealand v Sri Lanka
Live Screening*: Afghanistan v Australia

*Screening begins once NZ v SL match ends

SUNDAY 2 JUNE

Fanzone opens 10:00 AM
Live Screening 10:30 AM: South Africa v Bangladesh

Please note: Alcohol will be served in the Fanzone, but spectators are not allowed to bring their own alcohol in. No glass, large flags, chairs or portable furniture are allowed to be brought into the Fanzone.

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