Big Sam Allardyce Set To Pull The Pints In The William Hill Arms while Music is to be performed by Fat Les.
“It’s always the case when the big matches are on, you struggle to get a pint and if you do, you lose your seat. At the William Hill Arms, punters will have free drinks and plenty of seating. You won’t be able to go anywhere without being able to see a TV – even the toilets.” – William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly
William Hill have created the ultimate pub experience in Central London with Sam Allardyce, Emile Heskey, Robbie Savage and Owen Hargreaves all set to appear. Punters can play pool and darts against World Champions Mark Williams and Rob Cross while former British and Commonwealth boxing champion, Dereck Chisora is on the door to keep the riff raff out.
England are currently the sixth Best Backed Side ahead of £1.2b World Cup and as the team prepare to start their campaign a bookies has decided the pub experience during the matches needs to be better. Imagine it you are at the pub with your friends and there is a queue for the bar, a queue for the toilet and someone’s head is right in the way of the TV screen.
William Hill, want to make that a thing of the past by opening the doors of The William Hill Arms in St Paul’s, London. The pub guarantees lucky customers free drinks, free food, plenty of space and most importantly, more televisions showing England’s World Cup matches than you can shake a stick at. That isn’t all though, with pre-match previews and expert analysis at half-time and full time being provided by footie experts.
“The William Hill Arms is about so much more than the match itself, with plenty of entertainment on offer as well. Bar flying out to Russia this will be the best place to watch England in the World Cup.” – William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
William Hill customers and social media followers will be in with a chance to win tickets to the boozer during the World Cup. Over the course of the last seven days, interest and betting turnover has reached fever pitch. In the last week, turnover on the World Cup has doubled at William Hill as they prepare to accept over £250m on the tournament that’s an estimated £1.2bn for the entire betting industry they note.
“We believe that expectations have been tempered this time around regarding England’s chances of winning the World Cup and rather than seeing the Three Lions amongst the top two or three best backed, they are in more of a realistic position in punters’ estimations. Having said that, because of England’s price of 16/1, if they were to win it, it would be our second worst result as things stand at the moment.” – William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly
“The fatigue that comes at the end of a football season has been banished by pre-tournament friendlies and the amount of money that we have taken over the last seven days suggests that this tournament will be as popular, if not more, than previous World Cups,” – William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.