EVERY game from this summer’s World Cup will be shown live on a giant TV screen in the town centre.

Golden Square Shopping Centre’s Outdoor Summer Screen will be in place from Thursday, June 14, to Sunday, July 15.

As well as showing every games from the 2018 World Cup in Russia, classic family movies and tennis from Wimbledon will also be screened in the Old Market Place.

Hosts Russia kick off the World Cup with a clash against Saudi Arabia at 4pm on Thursday, June 14.

England begin their campaign against Tunisia at 7pm on Monday, June 18, before facing Panama at 1pm on Sunday, June 24, and Belgium at 7pm on Thursday, June 28.

Film fans will be treated to screenings of movie classics in Golden Square Shopping Centre during the tournament, starting with Toy Story at 11am on Sunday, June 17.

Finding Nemo will be screened at 11am on Saturday, June 23, with Monsters Inc being shown at the same time the following day.

The Lion King will be on at 11am on Warrington Walking Day, Friday, June 29, with Despicable Me then shown at 11am on Saturday, June 30, before a screening of Paddington at the same time the next on Sunday, July 1.

Movie screenings continue with the Lego Movie at 12pm on Saturday, July 7, and Moana at 11am on Sunday, July 8.

And the film festival will be rounded off with Captain Underpants at 11am on Friday, July 13, Beauty and the Beast at 11am on Saturday, July 14, and Sing at the same time on Sunday, July 15.

Meanwhile, Wimbledon begins on Monday, July 2, and runs until Sunday, July 15.

Food tastings and special offiers plus sports and activity demonstrations will also be taking place during the month.

Golden Square Shopping Centre director Ian Cox said: "We're in such a unique position to have the Old Market Place as part of the centre, and we're always looking at new, fun and free ways for our shoppers to enjoy it.

"Football and sport fans will love all of the action live from Russia plus Wimbledon, and then for everyone else we've got a great lineup of family friendly movies.

"We're engaging with local community groups who'll be coming along to join in the fun, and who knows - maybe we will spot the next Wayne Rooney or Andy Murray."