Where to Watch World Cup 2018 in Brighton
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It's set to be another round of football style rollicking as Brazil's World Cup arrives to please free kick hungry patrons and penalty purveyors. From HD screens and 3D endeavours to all the very best in live action and barely a goal shot missed, these Brighton bars and pubs are coming up trumps when it comes to World Cup 2014 coverage, boasting beer and tasty bevvies to boot; just the World Cup accompaniment. Check out our recommendations for the best bars to catch the World Cup in Brighton.
Head over to The Mesmerist and catch all of the sporting glory. They're showing all of the World Cup matches in the private dining room, and there is the option to hire out the Alchemist Room for private viewings throughout the World Cup season.
Don't miss a moment of the drama at The World's End - they're showing every single second of every single match across a large projector screen and plenty of plasma screens. For top notch camaraderie and team spirit by the bucket load, The World's End is a stop choice for where to watch the World Cup in Brighton.
These guys are going BALL OUT for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brighton (sorry). They've set up five screens (two in the garden area, (right next to an outdoor bar, might we add) and a BBQ to let the peckish peck. Saturday 14th means an all day Brazilian party to get y'all into the sporting spirit - what better spot to watch the World Cup in Brighton.
The fellas over at North Laine Pub & Brewery are gearing up their big screen to show all of the World Cup action in Brazil. 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 footie season - North Laine Pub & Brewery will no doubt be a popular choice for where to watch the World Cup in Brighton.
If it's a side of discounted four pint pitchers that you're after, then that you shall get my friend. The Fountain Head are offering just that, serving discounted pitchers of draught beer and ale - and guess what, order on your smartphone and they'll have it delivered to your table. Oh, and they're showing all of the World Cup matches - so you won't need to miss a moment of the action.
A strong choice for where to watch the World Cup in Brighton, Sticky Mike's is all set to overflow with footie fuelled camarderie and the spirit of competition. Get your chant on and catch every kick, every penalty and every bloody GOAL at Sticky Mike's Frog Bar.
One of Brighton's most unique boozers to catch the match, Font is a converted church-come-football faring palace. Set to boast rock bottom pub grub and bevvies to boot, Font is for the hungry and thirsty looking to catch the game. From HD screens and a booming environment to all the very best in live coverage, try Font for the World Cup this Summer in Brighton.
The fellas over at Coalition are really going for it this time around: expect the crowd to be buzzing with football fever, supping away on a whole bunch of drinkonomical drinks deals as y'all catch the game on one of the biggest screens in Brighton.
The fellas over at The Hampton are offering football fans 20% off burgers in the two hours leading up to kick off, as well as a pre-game and half time happy hour... aaaaaand, a cheeky sweepstake with a £100 prize! Plus, they're showing all of the across two screens. Where better to watch the World Cup in Brighton?
Catch the kick about at Fiddler's Elbow - they're pulling out all of the stops for your footie lovin' pleasure this summer in Brighton. Catch every moment of drama across a super sized plasma screen, or on one of three other screens across the venue - plus, these lovely fellas have laid on a whole host of food and drinks deals to keep you in the World Cup spirit. Do your bit for the boys and watch the World Cup at Fiddler's Elbow in Brighton.
A cracking choice for where to watch the World Cup in Brighton, The Globe are showing all of the matches upstairs and on the big screen in the basement. They've even crafted a burger around each team! The hungry can 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.
Perhaps the biggest World Cup party in Brighton, Corcorde 2 may well trump all. Catch every moment on glory 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. If all that weren't enough to whet your whistle, you can reserve your spot in advance for a fiver (this includes a burger/hot dog and a pint/vodka mixer). Where better to watch the World Cup in Brighton?