Where to Watch World Cup 2018 in Birmingham
Full listings will appear in March 2018
You don't have to flock on a plane to get some of the best glimpses of the the World Cup in action, stick it out in Birmingham and joins the masses of football fans who will be fleeing to the best pubs, bars and beer gardens in Birmingham to watch all the live action. Cheeky tackles, raucous red cards and back of the net-er's; don't miss a thing thanks to the HD screens and live games that these bars in Birmingham more than promise. Check out our recommendations for the best bars to the watch the World Cup 2018 in Birmingham.
Last updated on 3rd January 2018
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 all the UK'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.
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, this cool pub in Birmingham will be serving cider slushies along side a happy helping of all the World Cup's football antics.
Boasting some of the biggest screens in the business, The Jekyll and Hyde are pulling down the projectors this year for an all out World Cup affair. Invite your football chums and field faring friends for some of the best football matches in the business, at one of the best bars in Birmingham, where The Jekyll and Hyde will be offering £5 game tickets with beer, or £10 game tickets with a beer and a burger.
A party hearty institution known for their roaring DJ nights and decked out guests, Bushwackers have another cheeky treat up their sleeve in the shape of an all-out carnival affair this June 14th. Not only boasting the live England V Italy match on the big screen, and a free entry no less, Bushwackers will also be hosting a lush Rio party courtesy of Urban Latino, and music from Mr Salsa, Andy Sax and more.
They've fed you all the way through some of the best Fridays in the city and brought to Birmingham some of street food's finest, but how does this award winning street food event fare when it comes to the world's best football showcase? Eh, brilliantly as ever. Not only showing the opening World Cup match, England games and most Friday night matches on the big screen, they're still filling the city up with some of the most delicious street food this side of the equator.
Boasting what might just be one of the biggest indoor screens in Birmingham, this fun-filled city centre plot looks set to tote some of the best World Cup action this summer courtesy of their grandiose showings. With some of the biggest matches being echoed by Sun on the Hill's big atmosphere, this is a sure fire shot for top notch free kicks, Rooney rants and down right premium footwork from the World Cup's finest denizens.
Looking for a seriously fun sporting enviroment for the big World Cup games this year in Manchester? Found in the heart of Chinatown, Genting Casino present an all-out World Cup affair with big screens, live matches, pocket friendly tipples and more. Also looking to chow down in World Cup town while you're there? Genting Casino will be offering a beer and a burger for as little as £5 on the night.
If you like your sports like you like your wasps, outside, then make haste for this sport savvy Irish bar in Birmingham. Found in the city's cool and quirky Digbeth, Hennessey's not only boast nearly a dozen HD screens inside, but when the weather's good? They'll be sure to put their outdoor big screen to good sporting use.
Bounding down Broad Street in search of somewhere to catch the big tournament? We've just the destination. While normally one of the most party heart joints on the Broad Street strip, Players Bar have picked the creme de la creme of England matches to showcase live during the World Cup. From England V Italy to England v Uruguay, head on down for some serious action and a top notch sporting atmosphere.
Tottering on down to Moseley for some must-see World Cup action this summer in Birmingham? Good, because The Sun at the Station will be waiting. Not only will these newly refurbished Moseley pub be presenting the biggest in World Cup games, they're kicking off all England matches with a top notch party, including a pre-game BBQ, DJs and some sneaky surprises up their sleeves.
In the words of The Electric Cinema themselves, this movie contains 'twenty-two men, a referee, a ball, some grass'. While not the first destination you'd think to catch this year's most sought after sporting event, The Electric Cinema refuse to miss out. Showing all of England's biggest upcoming matches (Italy, Costa Rica, Uruguay), The Electric Cinema are taking to the big screen for this year's footie showcase, with tickets coming in at £3 for seats or £5 for sofas.
Never miss a moment at this local pub in Harborne as Harborne Stores have two, yes two sky boxes enabling them to show two different games at the same time. To top it off, if that HD malarkey isn't quite enough for you, Harborne Stores also have a 3D TV so you can feel right in the action.
A sports only bar in the heart of Birmingham, Rileys know nothing better than how they know the World Cup. Inviting half time hooters this June, Rileys will be showing all of the World Cup games live, and on their big screen to boot. And with tickets coming in at just £3.50 standing, or £5 seated, Rileys are coming up pocket friendly trumps for this this year's biggest and best football games.
Boasting their own private screenings for the World Cup, Pure Bar and Kitchen is set to be a tip top location to catch one of the most talked about events of the year. A city centre newbie known for their beer and artisan chow, not only will private punters be in the comfort of their own room and bar, they'll be supping on some of the fines craft beer in the city during all live Brazil matches.
Voted as one of Birmingham's favourite boozers, and with good reason, this cool city centre plot will be kicking it into the back of the net with their World Cup showcase. Pulling down the projector screens and offering up game tickets at just £5 with a bottle of beer included, you can gather around the surround sound and get an eye full of some of the best football in the business.
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, live, and many other major games this year, 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, with plenty of sporting fun and events to be found.