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Posted Friday, June 22nd 2018

Family day at Ashton Gate for England v Panama

There will be a party for all the family at Ashton Gate when England face off against Panama in the FIFA World Cup.

The family day this Sunday, June 24th will include bouncy castles, sporting games and face painting in the build up to Gareth Southgate team's second game of the tournament in Russia v Panama (1pm kick-off).

Families will also be able to enjoy a dedicated child friendly chill out area in the coffee shop featuring ice creams, smoothies, cakes, milk shakes, kids packed lunches and face painting from 11am-3pm. 

With temperatures set to soar to the mid twenties, the Ashton Gate World Cup fan village will be the perfect spot for a full day of World Cup action. 

Throughout the competition a Fan Village, sponsored by Gorilla Grass, is open at 11am for afternoon kick-offs and 5pm til late for evening kick-offs and feature the bigger games of the tournament on the huge external stadium screen. The village includes a prosecco bar, Martin Miller Gin bar, cocktail bar, fish and chips and a BBQ.

Fans can watch the England game followed by Japan v Senegal and Poland v Colombia, during a day packed full of competitive matches this Sunday. 

Key Games - Fan Village to be open

June 14th (4pm) – Russia v Saudi Arabia (opening game)
June 15th (7pm) – Portugal v Spain
June 16th (11am) – Australia v France
June 16th (2pm) – Iceland v Argentina
June 17th (4pm) – Germany v Mexico
June 18th (7pm) – England v Tunisia
June 19th (4pm) – Poland v Senegal
June 23rd (7pm) – Germany v Sweden
June 24th (1pm) – England v Panama
June 24th (7pm) – Poland v Colombia
June 26th (3pm) – France v Denmark
June 28th (3pm) – Poland v Japan
June 28th (7pm) – England v Belgium

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