Where to Watch the World Cup Final

Full listings will appear in March 2018

There's been tears, a happy lack of vuvuzelas and some of the most decadent goals in football history, so let's all see it out to the end, together. With the ultimate football showdown on the horizon, it's right about time that you and your chums settled on a serious World Cup final destination. From back garden boozers and classic sports bars to cocktail palaces with enough HD prep for the final whistle, check out our recommendations for the best places to watch the World Cup final in Birmingham. 

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The Lord Clifden

4 user reviews

One of the most bustling beer gardens in Birmingham with their very own selection of outdoor screens, it's hard to find a sporting enviroment quite like this anywhere else. Hosting the World Cup final this July 13th alongside a cool collection of locally sourced ales and serious brews, The Lord Clifden could be your one stop shop for some of the finest World Cup final action in history.

Happily Affordable ££
Jewellery Quarter and Summer Row

A casino by day, and okay, by night too, Genting Casino can not only be found in heart of the city and functioning a 24 hour opening policy, they'll also be showing the finest World Cup final action this summer. With their dapper drinks deals and giant HD screens, Genting Casino in Chinatown is a hot to trot destination to catch the big match this July 13th in Birmingham.

Happily Affordable ££
Arcadian and Gay Village

The Rose Villa Tavern

6 user reviews

A gem in the Jewellery Quarter, The Rose Villa Tavern has been one of Birmingham's most unique destinations to catch this year's World Cup. A charming, vintage styled boozer with American chow as standard (we're talking hot dogs, donut burgers and the like), The Rose Villa Tavern will be showcasing one of the finest sporting occasions of the year as the HD comes out, and the final game goes on.

Happily Affordable ££
Jewellery Quarter and Summer Row

Harborne Stores

1 user reviews

A cheeky little boozer just shy of the city centre, Harborne Stores may not be the most modern, but they most certainly have sporting charm and family values wrapped up in one suburban bundle. Showing all of this year's World Cup matches on their selection of HD screens, Harborne Stores is a great pick to watch this year's World Cup final in Birmingham. 

Drinkonomical £

The Sun at the Station

4 user reviews

A darling suburban dabble for those that want to escape the city centre, The Sun at the Station is a unique boozer with World Cup charm. Not only will they be boasting the final match against two of football's global, goliath teams, The Sun at the Station will be keeping proceedings delicious with their very own BBQ and Brother sponsored cider shed, toting cider ice lollies at that!

Drinkonomical £
Moseley and Kings Heath

The Hare and Hounds

2 user reviews

A haven for hot to trot live gigs and cracking local ales, The Hare and Hounds have proved their sporting worth this summer with the World Cup in tow. But what about the ever talked about final? Keeping the HD screens prepped and ready for the biggest game of the tournament, The Hare and Hounds are premium pickings for the World Cup final this summer in Birmingham. 

Happily Affordable ££
Moseley and Kings Heath

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