With new immersive, 3D, HD, widescreen, surround sound etc. TV technology viewers can soak up the atmosphere of the Moses Mabhida Stadium in South Africa. E-tailers have cut prices on TV’s, offer to refund goods if England win or reduce the cost for every goal scored. John Lewis, Tesco, Bennetts, Asda, BT, Currys, Marks & Spencer, Littlewoods, Comet, 1st Audio Visual and Sky are currently running promotions.
Discount vouchers (eg. free delivery etc) are collated at www.web-site.co.uk/vouchers.
Soccer championship merchandise include:-
- iTunes Live Score (free) and 2010 World Cup South Africa (£1.79) web applications and complimentary FIFA World Cup weekly podcast
- Bobby Moore Fund Range at Cancer Research
- Book a meal etc at Slug and Lettuce and watch a fixture
- England Football Anthems CD & Trivia Card set at Marks & Spencer
- Nike limited edition customised England trainers
- Save £10 on socks in World Cup shop at M and M Direct
- Replica match ball reduced £5 at Holdall
- Sofa offer from Sainsburys.
Numerous sites have games and competitions to play such as Pizza Hut. In Fantasy League World Cup Pro a team will score points depending on how their footballers play in the FIFA World Cup 2010. Bargain console games at Amazon.
Tesco offer free child soccer training during the school holidays.
The Football Association has videos on FATV and The Insider provides daily snippets with the England team.