Where To Watch The World Cup Final In Brighton
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We've waited for years, and although our boys may be out of the running, there's no reason why we can't get our team spirit on and get involved in the World Cup. True to form, Brighton's bars are making the most of the event, screening all of the action from the most talked about football match of the year and washing it all down with a hearty offering of pub grub and chilled drinks. Gander over our top choices for where to watch the Germany vs Argentine World Cup final in Brighton, and hit up some of our favourite watering holes for football fuelled fun.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
North Laine Pub & Brewery are gearing up their big screen to show all of the action from the World Cup final. Expect a plethora of pints (including one that they've brewed especially for the tournament - Copa, made with mosaic hops!), pub chow and an electric atmosphere throughout the match - North Laine Pub & Brewery will no doubt be a popular choice for where to watch the World Cup final in Brighton.
Expect a projector and plenty of plasma screens from The World's End - these guys are going all out for the Germany vs Argentina World Cup final in Brighton. We're talkin' team spirit by the bucket load and a whole host of treats to give y'all that football feeling.
For drinkonomical drinks deals and one of the biggest screens in Brighton, head down to Coalition - they're going all out, making this beachfront wonder a top choice of where to watch the World Cup final in Brighton.
How about the World Cup final across five screens (two in the garden area, right next to the outdoor bar) and a BBQ to keep hunger far, far at bay? Sound like a place you might want to watch the World Cup final in Brighton? Thought as much.
Catch every moment of the Germany vs Argentina World Cup final in Brighton on a seven meter widescreen, from any of the three screens in the bar area, or on the big screen in the outdoor patio area. Concorde 2 is a cracking spot at which to watch the World Cup final in Brighton.
These guys have given the World Cup their all (they even crafted a burger around each of the participating teams!) - and there is no doubt that the final is going to be as raucous as the rest of the tournament has been at The Globe.