Tickets are set to go on sale for a grandstand viewing for a summer of football.

Paul Sandford of the Railway Tavern in Dereham has announced that tickets for all three of England’s group games in Euro 2024 will go on sale at 7pm on February 2, as the pub once again becomes one of the spots to watch the Three Lions.

Tickets for the England matches are £5 each, with all the proceeds for the first three games going to Great Ormond Street Hospital. There will be even more desire for England to go all the way, as ticket sales for every match after will be divided between local charities.

“We are so excited for a summer of football, and it’s nice to have it to look forward to,” Mr Sandford said.

Dereham Times: The grandstand at the Railway Tavern back in 2018The grandstand at the Railway Tavern back in 2018 (Image: Archant 2018)

It's not just a 500-seated stand, there are also VIP tables on sale, costing £25 per person, including waitress service, and five additional bars running with the stand.

The pub is also opening the grandstand for all games, with free entry for a seat that does not feature England.

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“We welcome all nations and will have special theme nights,” Mr Sandford added.

Dereham Times: Paul Sandford, with the grandstand at the Railway Tavern back in 2018Paul Sandford, with the grandstand at the Railway Tavern back in 2018 (Image: Newsquest)

“The Tavern is open to all, we have an incredible line-up of DJs and live music to entertain before, during, and after. It's going to be a real carnival experience and atmosphere like no other.”

Work to build the stand starts in the first week of June, and is sponsored by Spartek of Watton. A celebrity guest will officially unveil it on Friday, June 14 at 7pm and will be called The SPARTEK Community Stand.

It will be the first time the stand has been up since the World Cup in 2018, and early bird tickets sold out within hours to watch games on the 8ft-by-8ft LED screen centrepiece, with 20 other screens on show, part of the pub's £7,000 installation for the Euros.

Tickets can be purchased at the pub on Yaxham Road.