Where to Watch World Cup 2022 in Birmingham

You don't have to get on a plane to catch the football action, stick it out here and join the masses of football fans who will be fleeing to the best beer gardens, pubs and bars showing the World Cup. Cheeky tackles, raucous red cards and back of the net-er's; don't miss a thing thanks to the HD screens and the best atmospheres around.

Last updated on 16th July 2018




The Old Crown

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If you're looking for where to watch the World Cup in Birmingham, remember that it's a historical moment, so you need a historical pub. Cue the Old Crown, who are not only showing all the England games (and the finals), they'll be hosting it on their huge outdoor screens. Expect themed beers, Djs, street food and loads more!

Walkabout Birmingham

3 user reviews 4

Whilst predominantly known as Birmingham's premium Aussie themed bar, you should have no doubts that Walkabout in Broad Street will be serving up an exciting slice of England's best matches. From live matches to game highlights, HD screens and a booming central display will make sure that you never miss a goal this World Cup. 

The Lord Clifden

4 user reviews 4

A traditional pub meets cool and quirky gallery in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, The Lord Clifden have goals in mind this summer. Set to show the very best in live action and sporting moments, expect it displayed on all their screens, both inside and in their spectacular beer garden. There's also Djs at the weekends, delicious food, and ping pong tables!

Rileys Birmingham

2 user reviews 4

A sports only bar in the heart of Birmingham, Rileys know nothing better than how they know the World Cup.  Rileys will be showing all of the World Cup games live, and on their big screen to boot. It's free entry, but if you want to make it extra special, upgrade to VIP at £13.99 and you can get the best seats, a delicious burger, fries and a beer. 

The Hare and Hounds

4 user reviews 5

They may be hailed as one of the best music venues in Birmingham, but they sure can kick about given the chance. Set to host all of the England World Cup games in the main venue and all other games downstairs, The Hare and Hounds are ready and set for an all out World Cup experience, boasting HD screens and some of the best bottles of beer in the business.