Giant Screen to show Women’s World Cup Final opposite Ella Toones local - where family will watch her play
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The Women’s World Cup final can be viewed on a giant screen opposite the pub where Lioness Ella Toones family will be watching her play.
FIFA have today approved the licence for this broadcast along with Manchester City Council, which will see a giant 12 Square metre screen erected at the public park on Castle St in Tyldesley - opposite the Union Arms Pub.
The family of England’s Ella Toone will be at the Union Arms, which has a giant mural of the 23-year-old is painted on its side, in Toone’s hometown of Tyldesley in Wigan, Greater Manchester.
England are through to the Women’s World Cup final for the first time after a celebrated 3-1 semi-final win over Australia in Sydney on Wednesday set up a decider against Spain on Sunday.
It’s the first time the England men’s or women’s team have reached a football World Cup final since 1966. Manager Sarina Wiegman is backing her side to end 57 years of hurt on Sunday morning.
The screening will take place at 10am on Sunday.