Walkabout is more than just a place to watch the football. Offering an exhilarating sporting atmosphere, chilled out bar staff and a killer soundtrack that'll have you celebrating 'til late, you can choose from a range of packages to suit all.
Large Screens Showing The World Cup 2022 In Glasgow
Catch all of the action from Russia, right here in your favourite city. Glasgow is brimming with bars and pubs that are making quite the occasion of the 2018 World Cup, broadcasting the matches across huge screens for your enjoyment. Grab yourself a pint, perch yourself on a bar stool or book your own private booth and get ready to get rowdy as you follow the big game at one of these top bars showing the World Cup 2018 on a large screen in Glasgow.
Ever-popular with Glasgow's footie mad student population, Campus offers cheap eats, drinkonomical bevvies and a big screen to bring you all of the sporting action, straight from the Russia World Cup.
This sports bar has all the craic and banter, with banging food deals and all the Guinness to boot. Catch the World Cup matches live on a big screen right here in Glasgow.
Get comfy inf front of one of the many large screens showing the football and get a load of the astonishing discounted food and drink. They've got a late licence throughout the week, as well as large booths available to book. Trust us, this one is gonna be big.
Serving up a winning combination of good beer, cheap eats and raucous footie-induced camaraderie, Record Factory is a great choice. This sports bar boasts a whole bunch of big screens so you won't never miss a corner, a free-kick or a penalty ever again!
Proudly serving all football enthusiasts with a big screen, with 2-4-1 beer and burger promotions and happily affordable drinks, The Ark delivers an atmosphere as close to the stadium as you're gonna get.
With a selection of big screens and private booths, you can catch all of action at Maggie Mays. With live bands upstairs, as well as quirky cocktails and hearty brasserie grub, you can guarantee a spirited day of footie.