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Iceland will close early on Sunday to celebrate women’s England team at Euro final


// Iceland and The Food Warehouse will close stores at 4pm this Sunday to celebrate Euro final
// Online deliveries will stop at 5pm to give staff the chance to enjoy the game for England

Iceland and The Food Warehouse will close their doors early this Sunday to celebrate the women’s England squad reaching the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final.

The frozen food retailer said stores will close at 4pm on Sunday 31st July, with online deliveries stopping at 5pm to give staff the chance to enjoy the game for England.

“We’re immensely proud of our lionesses and how far they have come to make it to the final on Sunday,” Iceland managing director Richard Walker said.

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“Sporting achievements like this don’t happen very often so we think it’s only right to give our store teams the opportunity to watch this historic moment.”

Iceland also said it will offer a pizza and drink bundle especially for the final on Saturday 30th July and Sunday 31st July.

The bundle will be available in store and online that will include a choice of two Chicago Town Pizzas and a bottle of 3 litre Pepsi for just £5 – that’s saving of £4.25.

Available in the deal will be:

• Chicago Town Tiger Crust Cheese Pizza (305g, £3.50)
• Chicago Town 320g Tiger Crust Pepperoni Pizza (320g, £3.50)
• Chicago Town 315g Tiger Crust Cheesy Ham & Bacon Pizza (315g, £3.50)
• Pepsi Max (3ltr, £2.25)
• Pepsi Diet (3ltr, £2.25)
• Pepsi Max Cherry (3ltr, £2.25)

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