Large Screens Showing The Brazil World Cup in Brighton
Full listings will appear in March 2018
Never mind the shuffling behind burly big heads and the clinking of pints as you try to weave your way to a teeny HD screen, these Brighton bars are coming up trumps with the big screen delights for Brazil's football endeavour this year. From near-miss penalty shots and roaring crowds to the sweet sound of a stadium, you'll feel like you're at the World Cup itself thanks to these bars boasting some of the best big screens in Brighton. Check out our recommendations for the best bars and pubs in Brighton to catch the World Cup on the big screen.
They might have beer at their core, but the North Laine love a sports faring opportunity when they see one. Set to get their big screen into gear for some of the biggest and best matches this World Cup, North Laine will provide drinking and dining punters with a top notch view of all the action from this year's Brazil showcase. They've even brewed their own beer, especially for the tournament (Copa, made with mosaic hops)! From home brewed bevvies and hearty pub chow, this is a classic spot for some classic sporting entertainment.
For one heck of a FIFA World Cup buzz, head on down to Coalition for cracking drinks promos, lively camaraderie and one of the most talked about matches of the decade. Go on, leave the office early and get in on this - you won't want to miss out.
Footie fans can catch all of the sporting action on the big screen in the basement of The Globe; a cracking choice for wear to watch the World Cup in Brighton. Plus, the hungry can sink their teeth into a burger themed around their team, and a whole bunch of sharing platters featuring hand cut chips, mini burgers, Thai fish cake, chicken wings and dips? Perfect for penalties.
Boasting the biggest screen in Brighton, you'll want to catch all of the footie action at Concorde 2. Catch every moment of glory on a 7 meter widescreen, from one of three screens at the front bar or from the big screen in the outdoor patio area. Doors open at 3.30pm and entry is free, but allocated on a first come, first served basis - should you wish to guarantee your place, tickets are priced at £5 a pop and include a burger/hot dog and a pint/vodka mixer!
Get involved in the footie action over at Fiddler's Elbow - they're laying on a super sized plasma screen, as well as three other screens across the venue. If that's wasn't enough for ya, then you'll be happy to hear that they've organised a whole bunch of food and drinks deals to keep on top fightin' form. What's not to love?
Renowned for their sport offering throughout the year, it will come as no surprise that Hove favourites The Exchange are pulling out the big guns for the Brazil World Cup. Look forward to catching all of the action on a big screen, as you chow down on hearty pub grub and sup away on pints of refreshment - that's not to mention the atmosphere!
Even without the big screen on show, one would find it hard to escape some sweet World Cup action at Font this summer thanks to their high grade selection of HD screens plotted about the pub. Join them as they prepare to celebrate all things footie with the Brazil World Cup and get wired onto their big screen, cheap pints and pub fare to boot.