Don’t have a ticket to the big match and wondering where the best place to watch it is?
If you are in Merseyside the place to watch a match via the big screen is Shenanigans Irish Pub. It’s located within Liverpool city centre and is famous for its welcoming atmosphere, good quality drinks and being the place to be to catch sporting events, in particular soccer. The pub has two big screens ensuring you won’t miss any of the action and serves food all day and then also at night. Whether you want to watch the match with a meal or just a drink this place is ideal. You will also never be far from another football fanatic, being in a city famous for its love of football.
The Faltering Fullback is one of many venues perfect for watching soccer within the capital city and it is even aptly named. It’s a very lively pub located at Finsbury Park and has been a long time favourite of sports fans living in and visiting London. It is well known for being a great place to watch rugby too and is packed out every time there is a big game on from either sport, creating a great atmosphere. There is a cute central bar in the pub that is always well stocked with real ales and there is a great outdoor area to have a debrief after the game.
Also located in London, Bar Kick is as quirky as you would expect being located in Shoreditch. It is located on the high street and offers a really friendly atmosphere and is one of the most popular places for viewing high profile matches. The main room here is full of table football to play before the match starts and many large screens, making it well suited to housing large groups of football fans on match days.
If you find yourselves in the Midlands and need a place to watch the game then Shooters Bar on Broad Street is a good shout. It is ideal if there is more than one match going on at once and you want to keep an eye on them all, as Shooters prides itself on showing 3 different live events at once. This also means that even if you’re with someone who wants to watch another big sporting event that is taking place at the same time then it is likely that this pub will cater for that too. It is awash with HD TVs, large projectors and LED screens, making it a perfect place to watch any soccer game.
Up in Scotland Waxy O’Connor’s in Glasgow is the best place to go watch a match. Everyone there seems to be mad about the game and there is also a great atmosphere. The drinks are affordable and the banter from the staff and punters alike is second to none. The venue is very spacious and it’s usually pretty easy to find a place to sit and soak up the atmosphere whilst enjoying the match.