Davis Cup Fan Village in Manchester: What is it and how you can attend for free
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Our Davis Cup Fan Village is heading to Manchester’s Cathedral Gardens – just around the corner from the National Football Museum – giving you the chance to watch, play and enjoy tennis through a unique fan experience.
Open from Saturday 9 to Sunday 17 September every day and just two minutes from Manchester Victoria Station, the Davis Cup Fan Village is open from 11:00 to 19:00 each day and is completely FREE to attend.
Looking for a fun free event in Manchester this week? Here’s what you can expect from the Davis Cup Fan Village:
Have a go at playing tennis
Want to jump on court and hit a few balls yourself? No problem. Throughout the week we’ll have mini tennis courts set up around the Fan Village as well as coaches to offer some tips and tricks.
Watch every match live
You can watch every match from Davis Cup live on the big screen in the heart of the city, surrounded by other tennis fans. Bring the family, bring your friends, and back the Brits as they take on Australia, France and Switzerland in one of the stand-out groups in this year’s Finals. We want to hear you bring noise for the Lexus GB Davis Cup team!
Throughout the week we’ll also have a host of exclusive video features – including interviews, analysis and coaching tips – for you to enjoy.
Stock up on food and drink
There’s a range of different food and beverage vendors on-site, so whether you want to grab a snack before making the five-minute walk over to the AO Arena or grab a drink and catch all the matches on the screen – we’ve got you covered.
Plus, if you want to buy any last-minute tickets, we have a box office where you can purchase your court-side seats to watch Cam Norrie, Dan Evans, Andy Murray and some of the best players in the world up close and in person.