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World Cup 2018: Lidl and Aldi to close shops early if England make the final


World Cup 2018: Lidl and Aldi to close shops early if England make the final

Football’s coming home – at least that’s what all Aldi and Lidl employees in England will be doing if the English national team makes the World Cup Final.

The two German supermarkets just announced via social media that they’ll be closing all of their stores at 3pm BST on July 15 in anticipation of the upcoming match.

The match will start shortly afterwards at 4pm BST.

England will have to defeat Croatia on Wednesday, July 11 to reach the World Cup Final match

England will have to defeat Croatia on Wednesday, July 11 to reach the World Cup Final match

On July 9, Aldi posted a message on its Facebook and Twitter profiles with the caption: ‘If England reach the World Cup Final we’re gonna close all our stores in England early at 3pm on Sunday 15th July. We want our colleagues to be the 12th man cheering on the lads. #BringItHome.’

Lidl soon followed suit, posting a social media message of its own proclaiming that it will not be a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ England qualified: ‘As the *official* supermarket of the England Football team, let’s make *this* announcement official. *When* our boys make it to the final this Sunday, it will be early doors across our English stores. #3pmClosing #ItsComingHome’.

The social media posts quickly drew a positive reaction from England football fans. Some expressed displeasure, however, at the prospect of the stores closing an hour early, with one Facebook user stating on Aldi’s page: ‘… you can’t be taken seriously ever again after this.’

Not all supermarkets in England of course will be closing for the much-anticipated match, with Co-Op Food confirming on social media that they’ll indeed be open during the World Cup Final.

When is the 2018 World Cup Final?

The 2018 World Cup Final will take place on Sunday, July 15 at 11am EST (4pm BST).

Where is the 2018 World Cup Final?

The match will be held at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia.

How to watch the 2018 World Cup Final

In the United States, the match can be watched on Fox and livestreamed on fuboTV.

Viewers in the United Kingdom will be able to watch on both BBC and ITV. Livestreaming will also be available on the BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub. 

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