World Cup 2014: 10 best World Cup party products
Gear up for England’s fixtures in Brazil with one of these pieces to see you through from pre-match kick-about to post-game party
The waiting's over. Now as England begin their campaign in Brazil, it's a perfect excuse to get friends and family round to cheer on Hodgson's men.
From good-value decorations to a special bottle to toast a win, we've found drinks, snacks, tech, footie gear and a special mascot to help your party - and hopefully the Three Lions - go the distance.
Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys
We're fans of Subbuteo's home products and reckon the bottle opener will help set the tone for the evening. The Space 360 is much more powerful than your average wireless speaker so is a good one if you're planning for your World Cup celebrations to last into the night. If you're combing your do with an afternoon kick-about, consider a One World Futbol;you can practice your free kicks safe in the knowledge you've given something back - and the ball will last you until at least the next tournament.
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