KFC opens its first-ever pub – and you can order chicken to your table during World Cup

KFC has announced the launch of The Colonel’s Arms, a traditional British pub reimagined by KFC, where you can get your chicken delivered straight to your table.

Promising an unmatched football viewing experience, away from the winter frost and beer garden benches, the Colonel brings his Southern fried charm to this British classic.

KFC has been working round the clock to deliver the finger-lickin’ greatest pub in town, and there’s even a ‘finger kickin” good foosball table.

Visitors can drink Colonel-approved beer, ring the specially designed KFC Delivery bell, and have chicken delivered to them with free gravy, as they watch football on the big screens.

The establishment will be opened exclusively for one week only, between November 25 and December 1, for walk-ins.

Tickets will be available to pre-purchase on EventBrite from Thursday, November 10, before it opens its doors on Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith, London, reports Wales Online.

If this is a little too far, fans can win a trip to London for the ultimate KFC experience by retweeting the Colonel’s Arms opening announcement Tweet on @KFC_UKI Twitter.

If you’d rather stay at home to experience the Colonel’s Arms, there is a new Colonel’s Arms Bar Kit available featuring a limited-edition pint glass, two coasters, a bottle opener and a bar mat, available nationwide from November 25 on the KFC Merch Store.

KFC Delivery is also available generally wherever you are.

Back in In 1952, Colonel Harland Sanders opened the first KFC restaurant in Utah.

Since then, his perfectly crafted Original Recipe chicken and its secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices has become famous all over the world, and today KFC has over 900 restaurants across the UK and Ireland.

On July 2019, KFC signed up to the Better Chicken Commitment, a set of six criteria that have been designed to improve the lives of all chickens within the KFC supply chain, by 2026.

And since its 2015 launch, the KFC Foundation has paid out grants totalling £6 million to its charity partners, which are passionate about developing and nurturing young people across the country.