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Sport is a major part of Liverpool’s culture and heritage, in 2017 the city was ranked as the UK's greatest sporting city, and it's hard not to see why. Liverpool is home to three major football clubs, world-famous horse-racing and one of the most successful rugby league clubs... just some incredible examples to name a few!

Here are the best places to watch the World Cup in Liverpool...

... p.s it's coming home 😉


Pier Head Fan Zone

Address: George's Parade, Pier Head, Liverpoolm L3 1DP 


Announced on Monday 9th July, there will be a Fan Zone on Liverpool's Pier Head. More details to follow. 


Bierkeller

Address: 6-8 Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool, L1 8LW

Liverpool’s Bierkeller has caught World Cup fever as the venue gets ready to screen all the action from this year’s tournament alongside drinks offers and a food menu with a distinctly global appeal.

The tournament kicks off on Thursday 14th June at 4pm, with the opening match being contested between hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia.

Liverpool’s Bierkeller Entertainment Complex consists of three venues within one - the traditional Bavarian Bierkeller, the Around the World bar and Liverpool’s biggest sports bar - Shooters Sports Bar.

Visitors will be able to watch live World Cup football throughout the tournament on the venue’s 20 TVs as well as on their TV wall measuring - so football fans will never miss a moment of the action.


Baltic Market 

Address: Cains Brewery Village, 107 Stanhope Street, L8 5RE

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Liverpool's very own street-food market, filled with independent vendors from Liverpool. There's beer on-tap and cocktails to be drank. Join revellers on the long benched tables and join in with the England spirit while enjoying some of the finest halloumi fries in the world. 

Baltic Market will be opening at 5pm on Wednesday 11th July to show the England vs Croatia semi-final match. 


Camp and Furnace

Address: 67 Greenland St, Liverpool, L1 0BY

COME ON LIVERPOOL ❤️❤️❤️

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Camp and Furnace is a unique venue, its used as a restaurant, bar, music venue, festival site... the list is endless! Based in the vibrant, up-and-coming Baltic Triangle; Camp and Furnace regularly host ‘Fan Park’ to showcase all kinds of sports from Formula 1 to Football to Cricket. Feel the anticipation in the atmosphere as everyone communally watches the match on their huge projector screen. 

Camp and Furnace will be selling tickets for a screening of the England vs Croatia game that will go on sale at 4PM on Monday 9th July. Buy them here. 


Hope & Anchor

Address: Maryland St, Liverpool L1 9DE

Hope and Anchor is a popular drinking hole with Liverpool's students, due to it being a stones throw away from both Universities. You can expect mega-cheap drink deals, an extensive range of beers and plenty of big screens to watch the match. 


Pogue Mahones

Address: 77 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BB

Always lively and great craic, Pogue Mahones is one of the city’s favourite Irish pubs. The interior is quite traditional although the walls are dressed in retro football jerseys and posters. You can watch pretty much any sport here on one of their many screens... and word on the street is that they serve up THE perfect pint of Guinness! 

Pogue Mahones have drinks offers on throughout the World Cup. 


McCooleys

Address: 46-50 Wood St, Liverpool L1 4AQ

When you hear it’s Thursday burger and a pint for £8 👍🏻

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McCooleys is situated in Concert Square, often referred as the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife. There's a vibrant and buzzing atmosphere inside and outside in the square, which is decked with seating areas and shishas! Inside the bar, you can enjoy a game of pool whilst watching the match on one of their many screens. 


The Brookhouse

Address: 467 Smithdown Rd, Liverpool L15 5AE

The legendary Brookhouse pub is a firm favourite with students and locals. It's a huge venue with a great outdoor seating area... however, we recommend getting there early to secure a seat, as this place can get PACKED on match days!   


Newington Temple

Address: 8 Newington, Liverpool L1 4ED

Tonight Jonathan Taylor is hosting a new open mic! 🎤 7pm-9pm come down and enjoy!

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Tucked away just off Bold Street, Newington Temple is a hidden gem in Liverpool City Centre. It's currently enjoying a new lease of life courtesy of a much-needed refurb. Its quite a small bar, so best to head down early if you want to secure a seat. They serve up an extensive range of continental and North American beers by the can, as well as bar snacks, and cocktails!


Legends

Address: 20-24 Mathew St, Liverpool L2 6RE

Sundays are made for sport, pints & not thinking about Monday ⚽️🍻

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You can find Legends Sports Bar on Liverpool’s famous Mathew Street. If you love sports and you love music, Legends Sports Bar will tick all your boxes. It's located in the bustling Cavern Quarter, famous for its abundance of live music venues and roots to the Fab Four. Legends shows live sports including boxing, UFC and football. 


Shenanigans

Address: 77 Tithebarn St, Liverpool L2 2EN

Enough of this... #shenanigans #liverpool #pubs #lone #oldeworlde

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Shenanigans is famous for it's warm friendly welcome, quality drinks, live music, entertainment and showing all the latest sporting events. If you are meeting up with friends or flying solo, you are guarenteed to have great and unforgettable craic! Live sports are showed on two screens, meaning you wont miss any of the action. It's a quirky looking pub with an interesting history, due to damage on Tithebarn Street from the Second World War, the building was left standing solitary, with a slight lean... Plus, you cant miss it from a mile off with that lime green exterior!



The Dovedale Towers

Address: 60 Penny Ln, Liverpool L18 1DG

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Situated on the famous Penny Lane, the Dovedale Towers pub has a great history behind it... its been an orphanage, Russian embassy, a guest house which once housed Freddy Mercury(!), and was once St Barnabus’s church hall where a certain Sir Paul McCartney was a choir boy and later played here with both the Quarry Men and The Beatles at which time it was a major venue on the Mersey Beat scene.


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Comments

  1. Mags
    It would be nice if Liverpool could have some big screens outside on Saturday afternoon maybe the Pier head. Sefton Park, so we can all feel part of this special occasion. Pubs are good and all the above are great bars but families with young children are excluded. Can Liverpool please try and arrange something.

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