The World Cup fever is back and we want the Dripping Pan to be the place to be as the Lionesses look to conquer in Australia.
Over the next six weeks we are going to be hosting a number of exciting events including the screening of all England games and the World Cup Final on 20 August.
Before the first Lionesses game on Saturday 22 July, our first event will be on Thursday 13 July as we have a clothes swap at the Pan organised by Dolly.
The Great Dolly Clothes Swap will a fun-packed evening with World Cup-themed cocktails; the Lionesses cocktail, the Ivi cocktail, and the Sophie cocktail!
For the Lionesses games, there will be different themes for each one. Our first one on Saturday 22 July, will be family-focused and the perfect occasion to cheer on the team in the opening fixture.
This will be followed by a networking event hosted by sponsors SumUp for their fixture vs Denmark on Friday 28 July. This will include fundraising for Brighton-based, domestic abuse charity, Rise.
The last group game against China, is listed as an official meetup for ‘This Fan Girl’, a space for women and girls to connect with each other via football.
On Friday 4 August, we then see the return of the Offside Rule & all that Jazz. We would love to see the World Cup inspire more women to get into football and the Offside Rule is the perfect space to come along and join a community of like-minded people where no question is too silly.
All the Lionesses games, as well as the Offside Rule, are FREE to attend.
What’s on at the Pan?
Thursday 13 July (5-7pm) – The Great Dolly Clothes Swap – TICKETS
Saturday 22 July (10:30am) – Lionesses vs. Haiti – TICKETS
Friday 28 July (9:30am) – Lionesses vs. Denmark – TICKETS
Tuesday 1 August (12:00pm) – Lionesses vs. China – TICKETS
Friday 4 August (6:30pm) – Offside Rule & all that Jazz – TICKETS
Sunday 20 August (11am) – World Cup Final followed by Lewes FC Women vs. West Ham United – Tickets coming soon
So mark your calendars now and come cheer on the Lionesses this summer at the Dripping Pan, this year’s hub for viewing the World Cup.
Refreshments will be available and it will be the perfect place for kids during the holidays to cheer on their heroes.