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Sabeis de algun parque o plaza donde pongan pantallas gigantes para ver el inglaterra alemania del mundial?
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World Cup Big Screens: where you can watch the football games
London - Alexandra Palace
You can watch England's three games against the USA, Algeria and Solvenia - along with other games via a 20 foot tall live screen in the West Hall, Alexandra Palace (http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/whatson/world-cup-at-alexandra-palace-article-9799.html). Tickets cost £6.50 each and include your first drink.
London - Fulham Broadway
The Fever Pitch pop up bar (http://www.feverpitchfulham.co.uk/) will be showing the England games and the final games across 13 screens for free.
London - Merton Abbey Mills
The Wimbledon placed market place Merton Abbey Mills (http://www.mertonabbeymills.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&catid=40%3Alatest-news&id=411%3Athe-world-cup-at-merton-abbey-mills&Itemid=199)is showing all the World Cup games either inside their theatre or out on the big screen. All the England games will be outdoors on the big screen.
The Shepherd's Bush pavilion will be hold a World Cup Carnival, showing games along pre and post match gigs from DJs. Full list of games, set lists and ticket prices (http://www.worldcupcarnival2010.com/index.htm).
London - Trafalgar Square
There are no plans to show the World Cup games currently, but Boris Johnson's team have said that they will review the situation if England make it through to the semi-finals.
London - Waltham Forest
Waltham Forest council have confirmed they will be showing all the England games and all the matches broadcast by the BBC for free in Walthamstow Town Square (http://www.bbc.co.uk/london/content/articles/2008/08/12/waltham_forest_big_screen_feature.shtml).
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