Today the 2014 World Cup officially starts in Brazil, with an opening ceremony starting at 7pm and then the first World Cup 2014 game commencing at 10pm with Brazil against Croatia.
Why not get in the World Cup mood and join in the with the celebrations tonight. Many restaurants and pubs will be showing the Brazilian World Cup celebrations, along with many takeaways having special offers on.The first England World Cup game will be shown on Saturday 14th June, with England playing against Italy, which will be another day that you can celebrate on with takeaway food or pub meals. It all depends whether you prefer watching the World Cup in the comfort of your own home or at a pub along with many other World Cup fans.
Watch and Eat at the Pub
Most pubs will be showing an evening full of the World Cup from the opening ceremony through to the first match with Brazil playing against Croatia. At the same time you can eat your favourite pub-grub whilst watching the World Cup. Pubs are also a great place to go to during the World Cup season as they will be showing most football matches for people to watch.
Watch and Eat at Home with a Takeaway
Many takeaways and fast food outlets will be having special offers on during the World Cup season, so why not make the most of them and go to your favourite takeaways or have one delivered, so you can relax for the evening and join in with the World Cup celebrations. There are many takeaways to choose from; keep it British with fish and chips or go for something that you can share such as a Chinese selection or a large pizza.
Enjoy a McDonald’s for the Brazilian World Cup
Grab some Brazilian M&M’s
Whichever way you wish to celebrate the opening ceremony of the 2014 Brazilian World Cup, then make sure you do something to get into the World Cup Sprit, whether it is go out for a meal then come home and watch a night filled with World Cup celebrations, or by ordering in a takeaway or heading down to your local pub to watch the celebrations, the first game and to also enjoy some good old pub food.