The 2018 UEFA Champions League Final is already upon us, and there’s no better place to catch the action, than at the biggest Viewing Party this side of the Atlantic complimentsHeineken. In fact, for 2018, Heineken Saint Lucia is hitting you up with not one, but two viewing parties, one in Castries in the north, the other in Vieux Fort in the south.
Real Madrid and Liverpool, two football titans, will compete in the final of the European Cup on Saturday May 26, 2018 to decide who will be awarded the coveted Champions League trophy. The defending champions and 12-time winners Real are bidding for their third successive title while Liverpool are seeking the sixth in their history.
Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, is hosting the final and Ukrainian must-trys for football fans we are told, include borshch (abeetroot-based soup). However for the purpose of the viewing party in Saint Lucia, Heineken is indeed the preferred brew.
The Viewing Party in Castries takes place at the Derek Walcott Square in the city center, while the Vieux Fort Viewing Party will unfold at the Daher Mall. Both events start at 12 noon, ahead of the kick off time of the match, with pre-game music, fun, excitement, giveaways and of course cold Heineken on special at this free event.
Heineken is also treating 150 special guests, to its exclusive VIP Lounge.Guests will include avid sports and football fans, winners of various Heineken promotions, customers and the press, who will all enjoy the game, inclusive of food and drinks.
“This is the eighth year that Heineken Saint Lucia has been hosting these viewing parties and we have seen the event grow bigger and bigger each year. So this time around, we decided that we would throw in a second viewing party to afford football fans and some of our loyal Heineken customers in the south, the opportunity to also share in the excitement, seeing that these games are best enjoyed with friends,” Mind-Luquiana Chicot junior brand manager global brands at WLBL says.
Saturday’s Heineken Viewing Party caters to persons 18 and over and therefore no minors are allowed.
So, whether you are someone who never walks alone or you find yourself chanting “Hala Madrid!” at the drop of a ball, all are welcome to share in the thrill, when Liverpool and Real Madrid look to crown themselves European champions on Saturday May 26, 2018.