TOCA Social has today confirmed it will launch the world’s first social entertainment venue with a football twist at The O2 London this summer.
The game-changing experience will launch in the capital during what is set to be a bumper summer of sport. For the first time, TOCA Social will bring together the worlds of social entertainment, flavoursome food, unique cocktails, and immersive football games under one roof with exciting plans to open multiple venues in cities across the UK over the next few years.
TOCA Social will create a vibrant destination to eat, drink and play, where friends and family will be able to kick up a storm in their own personal booths. Choosing from a variety of interactive football-based games, enabled by innovative ball delivery and tracking technology, TOCA Social bridges the physical and digital worlds in a way never seen before. Each game has been designed for all ages, abilities, and football interest, so that everyone can have fun together.
Guests will also be able to enjoy a world-class food and drinks menu, created by Michelin trained chef, Ross Clarke. The menu will be brimming with creative and unexpected dishes inspired by modern Americana with twists from around the world, including Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich and Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl.
The venue has been styled to offer the perfect day and night out experience and will include a dessert room filled with ‘Willy Wonka’ inspired creations including a DIY soft serve bar, a DJ booth, and three sophisticated bars with an array of drinks options from cocktails to ingenious mocktails.
Alex Harman, President of TOCA Social, said: “We’re incredibly excited to bring TOCA Social to The O2 in London at a time when friends and family are looking for new ways to enjoy time together. We created TOCA Social to make the nation’s favourite sport inclusive to all, especially to those who have never kicked a ball.
“TOCA Social fuses the worlds of football, food, drinks and live music to create a memorable experience that truly appeals to everyone – not just football fans.”
Open seven days a week, The O2 is just 15-minutes from central London by tube, road or Uber Boat by Thames Clippers and ample car parking space is available.