BoxPark World Cup tickets available now ahead of 2022 tournament

The 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup will be played in Qatar from November 20 to December 18 this year, making it a great early Christmas for football fans.

For those not travelling to the Middle East, BoxPark will be screening all World Cup games across the tournament at its London venues.

Football screenings at BoxPark have become notorious over the years thanks to surprise celebrity appearances from the likes of Stormzy, Atomic Kitten, Top Loader, S Club Party, Rio Ferdinand, Danny Dyer, Barry from EastEnders, Lady Leshurr, and more.

But how can you get tickets to the BoxPark screenings and where are the BoxPark locations in London? Here's everything you need to know.

Where is BoxPark?

BoxPark has three locations in London – Shoreditch, Wembley and Croydon.

At the 1,200 capacity Wembley and Croydon venues, fans can watch the games on its large 20 ft screen in the main space or three smaller screens on the first floors, heated outdoor terraces and BeatBox bars.

BoxPark Shoreditch will also be transformed into the ultimate watch party for up to 700 fans with multiple screens positioned around the venue.

The venues will host live screenings, unmissable entertainment featuring DJs, presenters, and special guests, along with a few surprises along the way in true BoxPark style.

Which World Cup games will you be able to watch at BoxPark?

All three venues will be showing all the World Cup games this winter.

England are in Group B, with their initial matches scheduled as follows (UK time):

  • November 21, 1pm: England vs Iran
  • November 25, 7pm: England vs US
  • November 29, 7pm: Wales vs England

As well as England matches, the venues will be pulling out the stops to create epic atmospheres for fans of other teams including local street food cuisine with dishes inspired from Brazil, Mexico, Italy, Argentina, Japan, and more.

How to get tickets to BoxPark World Cup screenings

Tickets for the World Cup screenings at BoxPark (opening ceremony and group games) are available now via the BoxPark website.

For England games, a single standing ticket including a food voucher is priced at £20, and prices for non-England matches vary from £5 to £10.

If you want to bag a VIP table, these cost up to £250 for England games, which gets you food vouchers and jugs of alcohol for a group of six people.

Tickets are required for all screenings. Visit for more information.

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