Waxy's is sure to be our football HQ for the duration of the season. With a real love of sport, this Merchant City pub knows how to do big tournaments in style: several big screens mean you'll never miss a goal and with it's epic Irish pub banter, you'll be staying long after the match.
Where To Watch The World Cup 2022 In Glasgow
So we may not be jetting off to Russia, but that doesn't mean we can't pick a team (and a pub) and watch the World Cup 2018 in Glasgow. Get ahead of the crowds and discover our top picks for watching the footie in Glasgow. Pubs and bars across the city are making quite the occasion of the Russia World Cup in Glasgow - so make it a big one and read on for one of our recommendations for places to enjoy the match with your pals.
If you're after a side of tasty food and live music with your football, then Maggie's is a top spot this season. Book a booth, or catch all the action of the 2022 World Cup from one of their big screens.
Get down to this crafty brewhouse, who are screening each live match along with commentary. Grab a both for your own private TV and make the most of this unmisable summer of sport.
When it comes to bars to watch the World Cup in Glasgow, this West End staple should not be missed. With 25 beers and real ales on tap, alongside a hefty selection of wines, ciders and spirits, you won't go thirsty.
The FIFA World Cup lands in Glasgow this summer, and boy does it land hard. Expect large screens showing, private booths and a whole bunch of food and drinks deals to keep you satisfied throughout.
Serving up the winning combination of cheap eats, cheaper drinks and twelve screens across the venue, you'll be hard pressed to find a better spot to watch the World Cup 2018 in Glasgow.
With cosy alcoves, charming decor and all the Irish booze you can get your hands on, this Irish sports bar is one of the best places to watch all the action live from Russia.
Cheer on your favourite team with a craft beer or specially selected brew, as this East End venue is bringing in exclusive beers in celebration of certain matches this season.
Whether you like football or not, Boteco Do Brasil is set to be one fun bar for soaking up the vibes the summer. Amped up with authentic Brazilian chow and caipirinhas practically on tap, you're in a for all the fun at Glasgow's favourite South American bar.
Americans may not be famous for their soccer skills, but this frat house bar on Sauchiehall Street is certainly famed for its soccer screenings. With massive screens throughout the bar, Campus is set to be a top spot.
These guys have pulled out all of the stops for the football this year. How about large screens showing all of the blood, sweat and tears, as well as killer food and drinks deals and a cheeky dose of laser cannons and photo booths?
Grab a beer and head outside, where you can watch every single moment. This time round, The Ark have treated outdoor drinkers to another big screen, as well as outdoor pool tables and several swinging chairs.