World Cup

All American restaurant in London, The Diner, creates a menu of 32 World Cup burgers to celebrate one month countdown to the World Cup. Photo by Geoff Caddick/PA Wire

#WorldCup2014: What’s the hospitality industry doing?

By Lauren Houghton

With one month to go now until the 2014 Football World Cup in Brazil we have put together a round-up of how businesses in the hospitality industry are planning to participate in the celebrations.

Pubs could be allowed to stay open late during  England's World Cup games

Government does U-turn on World Cup licensing

By Carina Perkins

The government has made a U-turn on World Cup licensing, and will consult on whether to extend pub opening hours during the football tournament this summer.

The Culinary World Cup will see 28 countries compete

Craft Guild searches for World Cup chef competitors

By Becky Paskin

The Craft Guild of Chefs' Culinary Academy is calling for chefs who think they can do better than our failed football team to put themselves forward for this year’s Culinary World Cup

Attract consumers during the World Cup through promotions and offers

FIFA World Cup: What you’re doing

By Becky Paskin

Any pub, restaurant or hotel screening the World Cup games is sure to see a boost in trade over the summer, but how can you ensure you have the edge over the competition?

Outdoor areas must be included in your licence  if screening World Cup games

The FIFA World Cup 2010: Licensing

By Chris Druce

Graeme Cushion at licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen gives his advice on enjoying a profitable and successful World Cup that remains within the law.

Showing the World Cup can bring in extra custom

FIFA Word Cup 2010: Technology

By Chris Druce

The FIFA World Cup 2010 will command a global TV audience of millions, and although many will watch it at home, restaurants and pubs can create a carnival atmosphere with the right equipment in place to show the games.