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BEIRUT FAN PARKLocated on the Beirut waterfront, the Beirut Fan Park is opening to the public on June 13, providing food, drinks and four LED screens to watch the World Cup games, according to Hadi al-Hibri, founder of the organizing team VII Management.The park is separated into a general admission area, which will broadcast the game on two screens, a VIP section with one screen and a food court, also equipped with a screen. Mix FM and BO18 have selected eight matches to show from the first round and are expected to announce other game schedules later in June.HYUNDAI FOOTBALL VILLAGEThe Hyundai Football Village, located in Zaitunay Bay, will also be showing the matches from Jun. 12 until Jul. 13 on a large LED screen.
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