Bars Showing The World Cup 2018 in Brighton
Full listings will appear in March 2018
So you didn't make it out to Brazil to watch the 2018 World Cup, but there really is no need to be glum - rather than sulking your way through the matches at home, get out there and watch the games at one the many bars showing the World Cup in Brighton. Our charming 'lil town boasts more than it's fair share of sports bars and large screens, and there always exists the possibility that the sun will show its face... maybe. Don your jerseys, get the drinks in and head to one of our recommendations for bars showing the World Cup in Brighton.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is serious business over at The Black Lion - they've set up five screens (two in the garden area, right next to the bar) and a BBQ to keep hunger well at bay during the World Cup season. Plus, head down on Saturday 14th June for an all day Brazilian party, to keep y'all in the sporting spirit throughout the day. Without doubt, The Black Lion is at top choice for bars showing the World Cup in Brighton.
Another top pick for bars showing the World Cup in Brighton, North Laine Pub & Brewery serves up an ever so tempting mix of home brewed delights, hearty pub chow and an electric atmosphere throughout the footie season - they've even brewed their own beer especially for the tournament! Expect drinks deals by the truck load, a warm and inviting vibe and a whole bunch of celebrations when England score the winning goal. A top choice for where to watch the World Cup in Brighton.
Our pals over at The World's End are streaming all of the footie action, all the way from Brazil. Catch every moment of drama on a large projector screen and across multiple plasma screens - the atmosphere is set to be more than electric. Don't miss out - The World's End is a cracking choice of bar showing the World Cup in Brighton.
Arrive two hours before kick off and get a cool 20% off burgers - and be sure to make the most of the pre-game and half time happy hours! The Hampton are showing all of the World Cup matches across two screens, and they've organised a cheeky sweepstake with a £100 prize. Not a bad choice of bar showing the World Cup in Brighton.
Feel the buzz: head to Sticky Mike's and catch all of the football action. Infused with a raucous electricity, and a camaraderie unlike all else, this is the spot to catch every moment of the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brighton.
Grab a pint from the sweeping circular bar before nabbing a seat and settling down to watch the World Cup in Brighton. Drinks are 'hella cheap, and the vibe is always laid back and relaxed - that is, until the game begins. Expect a high energy atmosphere that simply overflows with team spirit - just what you need to root on good ol' Eng-ur-land.
The crafty fellas over at Concorde 2 have only gone and found themselves the biggest bloody screen in Brighton: catch every moment of World Cup glory upon a seven meter widescreen, from one of the screens at the front of the bar or from the big screen in the outdoor patio area. If that weren't enough to keep all of you footie fiends happy, you can reserve a ticket in advance for the tender price of £5 (this includes a burger/hot dog and a pint/vodka mixer).
Don't miss a moment of the kick about - catch every pass and every goal at The Globe, one of our top picks for bars showing the World Cup in Brighton. They're showing all of the matches on a screen upstairs, and on a big screen in the basement; they've even crafted a burger around each team! Get stuck into a whole bunch of sharing platters - how about hand cut chips, mini burgers, Thai fish cake, chicken wings and dips? Perfect for penalties.
Wash down the World Cup glory with sweet deals on four pint pitchers at The Fountain Head. They've laid on a whole bunch of drink discounts, and if you order your beverage on a smartphone, they'll have it delivered to your table. If you're on the hunt for bars showing the World Cup in Brighton, The Fountain Head really impresses.
There's nothing quite like watching a game of footie The Exchange, a pub in Hove that is renowned for its football offering. The World Cup then, should be no different, and we've got a truck load of treats to look forward to: how about a super sized big screen, cracking pub grub, refreshing pints and an atmosphere like nothing else? The Exchange is high on our list of picks for bars to watch the World Cup in Brighton.