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Gary Neville to host World Cup final event at Cafe Football Westfield Stratford City

16:28 09 July 2014

Ryan Giggs, Stuart Procter and Gary Neville outside Cafe Football in Westfield, Stratford (pic: Rob Matthews)

Ryan Giggs, Stuart Procter and Gary Neville outside Cafe Football in Westfield, Stratford (pic: Rob Matthews)

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Football legend Gary Neville will host a World Cup final matchday special this Sunday, at the restaurant he owns with fellow Manchester United alumni Ryan Giggs.

Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville lift the Premier Legaue trophy together in 2007Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville lift the Premier Legaue trophy together in 2007

Not only can fans expect food, drinks, a live samba band and a great view of the match, but the former defender will also be offering his opinion and talking tactics before kick off.

Tickets cost £75 per person and include a pre-match drink and finger food, followed by a three-course meal. The bar will be open late.

To book email info@cafe-football.com or call 0208 702 2590. Visit cafe-football.com for more information about the venue.

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