Justin Timberlake Will Broadcast England's World Cup Match at O2 Arena Before His London Show

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Justin Timberlake performs at 'A Concert for Charlottesville,' at University of Virginia's Scott Stadium on Sept. 24, 2017 in Charlottesville, Va. 

Justin Timberlake surprised London fans with an exciting announcement Tuesday (July 10) on his Instagram. Before his show Wednesday night, the O2 arena will open its doors early "for the first time ever" and welcome JT fans to watch the England vs. Croatia semifinal World Cup match on the arena's big screens.

"I've been thinking," he started, "We had a crazy show on Monday and we've got another one coming up on Wednesday. There is also another very important thing happening on Wednesday," he said referencing the game. 

Timberlake continued, "We're gonna watch this together, and you know what? It's coming home." England has only won the World Cup one time, back in 1966. Now, they're one game away from the finals.

Watch the video below.