Serving Up Soccer and Food

Serving Up Soccer and Food

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With over 40 television screens placed in and around it’s restaurants, soccer fans and their families will want to watch the final World Cup matches at The Brightwater Commons.

Whilst supporting their favourite teams and absorbing the festive vibe of the World Cup, both local and international guests alike can also indulge in an array of dishes from around the world – at the centre’s host of eateries. From Japanese sushi, German schnitzels and sauerkraut, all the way to Greek mezze platters, kleftico, and Slovakian moussaka, such will be the variety.

Other popular dishes will include Mexican tortillas and chilli con carne, Italian pizzas and pastas, and Spanish paella; not to mention American burgers, and Britain’s popular bangers and mash. One will literally get to taste foods from around the world at one venue!

Adventurous guests can experience the unique flavours of the African continent, with Algerian couscous dishes, plantain from Cameroon, and spicy Jollof rice meals from the Ivory Coast. Other favourites will include the popular Nigerian dish of cow heel and abe and Ghana’s dodo and beans. Also awaiting one will be a variety of popular South African favourites like mogodu, fish and chips, and pap and wors.

To quench one’s thirst from all the soccer excitement, will be a wide assortment of drinks on offer ranging from local and imported beers from the Netherlands, to Italian coffees, steaming lattes and tea. Soccer fans can even enjoy shooters in the colours of their favourite teams at the centre’s pub.

With it’s easy access, ample parking and numerous eateries, the centre will provide an ideal place for families, friends and their guests from afar to conveniently enjoy the soccer, eat and drink without the inconvenience of having to clean after a day or evening of entertaining.

For further information follow the links alongside.

World’s Biggest Soccer Shirt (of soccer shirts) Displayed at Brightwater

The world’s biggest soccer shirt, made up entirely of signed soccer shirts, is currently on display in the promotion’s court of The Brightwater Commons. This incredible creation is 20m long and 15m wide.

The enormous soccer shirt, created by Bjorn Heidenstrom of Norway, currently comprises of 621 signed soccer shirts collected from countries around the world, and sewn together. Amongst those who’ve contributed shirts and signatures are Sir Elton John, FIFA president – Sepp Blatter, and our own president Jacob Zuma; as well as Liverpool, Manchester United, Barcelona, Arsenal, and Bafana Bafana players.

The shirt is intended to symbolise “the standing together of the football family” in support of refugees worldwide.

Heidenstrom’s other aim is to show the power of football in crossing boundaries and being a force for good. The unique project is endorsed by the Nobel Peace Centre, Norwegian Refugee Council, Norwegian FA, and South African Premier League, amongst others.

More shirts are still being added, and soccer fans and clubs – both professional and amateur – are invited to be part of this amazing campaign by donating their signed soccer shirts. Those wishing to contribute to the project can take their soccer shirts to the shirt collection box in the promotions court of The Brightwater Commons.

For further information follow the links alongside.

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