Football fans will be flocking to Times Square to watch the World Cup on outdoor big screens.
Tickets are on sale now. Booking is not essential, but it is advised for England matches and games later on in the tournament.
Food and drinks will be on sale – you are not allowed to take your own alcohol.
When is the fan zone open?
The fan zone opens on Thursday for Russia v Saudi Arabia (kick off is at 4pm).
It opens from 12 noon and shuts at 10.30pm every night throughout the tournament.
How much do tickets cost and where can I get them?
Entry, which is by ticket or on the door, is £5. For England matches, that includes a free drink.
Fans are advised to book tickets for the England matches, as they are expected to be extremely popular.
Head here to book .
Can I take children?
No, only over 18s will be admitted and refunds will not be given to under 18s who have tickets.
How much are drinks?
The promoters say drinks will be sold at “standard” prices – we will update this article with a full list when we get one.
How much is food?
Street food stalls will be in operation, with prices from £6.
What is the capacity and how early should I get there before a big match?
Times Square holds 2,000 people. Organisers say it is a good idea to get there two hours before England kick offs.
Will I be able to leave the Fan Zone and enter again?
Yes, subject to capacity. But fans are advised to stay on site once they’re in.
Can groups book tables?
Yes, tables for six are available for £66, including a booking fee.
What will security be like?
Searches will be carried out on entry.
Anyone found in possession of smoke bombs or flares will be refused entry.
Anyone found in possession of alcohol or judge in any way to be intoxicated will be refused entry.