All someone would have to do is turn up at a participating Greene King pub wearing either the England kit, England colours or England face paint.
If they do that they’ll receive a free drink to enjoy during the England vs Spain final.
This offer will be available from 11 am to 2 pm on Sunday and customers can choose one free drink from a wide selection of options.
A list of Greene King pubs can be found on their website here.
What drinks can be claimed at the Greene King pubs?
The options for free drinks include one of the following alcoholic, alcohol-free or soft drinks, subject to availability:
Cask ales: Greene King IPA, Abbott Ale, Old Speckled Hen, Old Golden Hen, Yardbird, London Glory
Lager: Beavertown Neck Oil, Birra Moretti, Estrella Damm, Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Madri, Carling, Fosters, Coors, Carlsberg Pilsner, Stella Artois, San Miguel, Amstel, Camden Hells, Heineken
Cider: Aspall, Thatchers Gold, Orchard Thieves, Inch’s, Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruits
Craft, Keg & Stout: Ice Breaker Pale Ale, John Smith Smooth, Guinness
Soft drinks: Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Coca-Cola Original Taste, Diet Coke, Red Bull, J2O, Schweppes Lemonade
Wine: El Mazo Chardonnay, El Mazo Tempranillo Rose, El Mazo Red, Giotto Inzo White, Hawk Ridge White, Savino Rose, Sam Island Red, Hawk Ridge Red, Sam’s Island White
Spirits (single measure only): Bombay Sapphire Gin, Beefeater LDGin, Bicardi, Bicardi Spiced, Bacardi Coconut, Bacardi ‘Caribbean Spiced, Absolut Vodka, J.J. Whitley, Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey
Mixers: Schweppes Standard Tonic, Schweppes Slimline Tonic, Schweppes Signature Crisp Tonic, Schweppes Signature Light Tonic
Michelle West, Head of Sport Marketing for Greene King said: “The team has performed incredibly over the course of the tournament, and we’re so excited for the final against Spain this Sunday.
“This is the first time any England football team has been in a World Cup final since 1966 so we want to throw the ultimate celebration in all of our 900+ Sport pubs.
“We’re asking fans to head to their local Greene King Sport pub and show their colours in support of the team, literally – all you need to do is wear England colours, kit or face paint and you can grab yourself a free drink.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to get behind the team and continue to boost the profile of women’s sport in the UK, so join us for the ultimate party this weekend.”
What time is the Women’s World Cup Final?
The Women’s World Cup Final between England and Spain will kick off at 11 am on Sunday, August 20.
The match will be broadcast on BBC One and ITV1.