Goals Norwich to offer free play during England World Cup matches

England's Harry Kane (left) scores England's second goal of the game. Picture Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

England's Harry Kane (left) scores England's second goal of the game. Picture Owen Humphreys/PA Wire. - Credit: PA

The Goals football centre in Norwich is testing Three Lions fans loyalty by offering free play during England World Cup matches.

The five-a-side centre, on Hall Road, is giving football fans the chance to play for free during the Panama and Belgium matches.

Goals is hoping to test the loyalties of the most committed English fans and footballers in an initiative it has called 'Are You Fan Enough?'.

Head of Marketing at Goals, J.P. Murphy, said: 'At Goals we just want to help people enjoy playing football and we know that can be difficult when there is game after game on live TV.

'With 'Are You Fan Enough?' we are having a bit of fun with our customers to see who is willing to show their love for playing the beautiful game by doing so while their heroes are in action in Russia.'


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Goals has also changed a number of white penalty spots at its centres to red squares in tribute to the Russian hosts.

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