There's Now a ¥50 Charge to Watch World Cup Games at Found 158

By Bridget O'Donnell, July 4, 2018

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Heading to Found 158 to watch the remaining World Cup games? There's now a RMB50 entry fee.

The new admission fee was announced in a joint statement issued by several Found 158 venues. The entry fee was introduced following a request by local police due to capacity issues. The entry fee applies to all remaining games taking place between July 6 and 15, including the quarterfinals, semifinals, third place game and final. Payments can be made via cash or WeChat.

Here's the full notice:

World Cup

But there's some good news! You'll be able to exchange your entry ticket for a buy-one-get-one drink deal at Mito, Cyclo, Bombay Bistro, Little Creatures, Chez Jefke, Hooked, Cafe des Stagiares, 2in1, El Santo, Boteco, Zapfler and Homeslice. Patrons are advised to check with each individual venue for specific details on the offer.

World Cup Flyer

For an updated list on the World Cup games and their China kick off times, click here.

[Cover image via @b_love352/Instagram]

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