A NEW immersive fan zone experience has been announced ahead of the World Cup.

Football fans will be able to enjoy huge screens, food and drink stalls and DJs at The Arch in Brighton.

The nightclub is one of six venues across the UK which will host fans during the World Cup in Qatar.

Organised by sporting events company 4TheFans, each match screening at The Arch will see former Albion stars Mark Lawrenson and David Stockdale in attendance, as well as England international Tony Cottee.

Tickets start at £12 per person or £8 as part of a group booking of six. VIP table options are also available.

Every ticket comes with a free beer and a pie.

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The organisers said: “25,000 fans will unite to watch the World Cup 2022 on huge anti-glare screens with a world-class sound system, food, drinks and a proper big-game atmosphere.

“These immersive events follow 4TheFans sold out Euro 2021 and Six Nations fan parks, but now come with no restrictions and no more table service.

“Just fans, being fans, enjoying entertainment including DJ sets, competitions, giveaways, a 4TheFans host, and banter, analysis and games from a living football legend.”

Fans can also expect competitions and giveaways - all presented by a 4TheFans host.

The 2022 World Cup is to be held between November 21 and December 18.

Full ticket information can be found on the 4TheFans website.