Pools fans can watch England’s game against Wales on Thursday afternoon in the company of boss Craig Hignett who will join us as a special guest in the Centenary Bar.
Hignett will give us his thoughts on the tournament so far before kick-off as well as give his assessment on England’s performance so far and their chances in Euro 2016.
The gaffer will also give his thoughts to fans at half-time and full-time in the game, while there will also be a chance to get autographs and take pictures.
The Centenary Bar at Victoria Park has been revamped for the summer and is open between 12noon and 11pm every day during Euro 2016 so you can watch every match with us.
Those who chose to watch England’s 1-1 draw with Russia on our big screen on Saturday night were able to enjoy a friendly atmosphere, plus special offers on drinks and competitions.
Entry to the Centenary Bar is direct from Clarence Road, is completely free and children are welcome so make sure you join Craig Hignett on Thursday afternoon to watch the big game against Wales.