We’re all about football in Liverpool. Whether you’re a red or a blue or support an entirely different team all together you’ll find a venue perfect for cheering on your favourite team.

From warehouses full of TV screens to outdoor gardens, huge Irish bars or cosy pubs, there are plenty of places in Liverpool to pull up a seat to watch the football. Premier League, Champions League, World Cup, The Euros and everything in between, if there is a game on, you’ll find it somewhere. 

Have a look at some of these venues in Liverpool to watch the football. 

Before your visit we would always recommend checking ahead with each venue to make sure they are open and what booking systems they have in place. 

Each venue will also have their own social distancing measures in place and face coverings will be required at indoor venues.

Remember, please be considerate of other people whilst visiting a venue and adhere to their social distancing measures. We’re a city known for being friendly so let's keep that up and make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.


Head over to the Royal Albert Dock to the Long Shot. It's the perfect place to go for live sporting events, innovative cocktails, craft beers and food & drink. 


Set over two floors, Concert Square’s newest sports bar Einstein is the perfect place to grab a beer and watch the football. With 18 beers on tap, a mouth-watering food menu and an abundance of huge tv screens, you’ll have front row seats to all the football action, whoever you're supporting. 


Find McCooley’s at two venues across the city, Concert Square and Mathew Street. With a whole host of screens, plenty of seats and a full stocked bar, it’s ideal for catching your favourite team on the big screen.  


Dockleaf in the Baltic Triangle is the perfect place to head on a sunny day to watch the football. With three floors and a terrace you’ll be able to enjoy the football al fresco with a pint. 


Head over to Pattersons to watch the football with some delicious buttermilk fried chicken and a pint. If the game doesn't go the way you want it then there is no better place to cheer yourself up in. 


Liverpool’s largest Irish bar, Punch Tarmey's is the place to head to for a big night of football. Right in the heart of the Baltic Triangle the atmosphere is always electric and if your team wins you're in for a great night! With booths and tables available to book, make sure you get your seats sorted quick!


Camp and Furnace in the Baltic Triangle is the perfect place to enjoy the football. Whether it’s the Premier League, Champions League, Euros or the World Cup they have it all going on. Make sure you book your table in advance so you don’t miss out. 


Pogue Mahones is a quaint Irish pub perfect for watching football in a cosy environment with plenty of screens to catch all the action. 


Albert’s on Seel Street has plenty of screens for you to enjoy the football so head down, pull up a seat and cheer on your favourite team. 


Pins Social Club on Duke street has everything you need for a day out watching the football. Enjoy the game in their sports bar and then celebrate your team’s win or commiserate a loss with a game of bowling, pool, or ping-pong or even head up to the roof to soak up a bit of sun. 


With 65 tv screens you’ll be able to see all the football from every corner of Liverpool Bierkeller at Liverpool ONE. With different packages available to enjoy on game days, make sure you book your table so you don’t miss out. 


Blink and you’ll miss Entry Bar down Seel Street, but it’s the perfect spot to catch the football whilst soaking up the sun with a few cocktails.

Due to venues having different guidelines, booking systems and opening hours we would always recommend checking ahead with each one before your visit. 

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McCooley's - Concert Square
Tables inside McCooleys next to the open windows looking over concert square.

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Legends Sports Bar on Mathew Street

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Punch Tarmeys Liverpool
A traditional pub is bathed in purple lighting. There are a number of beer taps on the bar. The walls are traditionally cladded.

Punch Tarmey’s Liverpool has launched in what is one of the biggest Irish pubs in the industry.