Football Bars And Pubs In Liverpool

Whether you root for the Reds or another team, there's nothing better than catching all the action at a first-class boozer. Luckily, this stunning city is home to a number of haunts, including everything from rowdy and spacious venues to quieter spots. Need help deciding? Check out our guide to where to watch the football in Liverpool. 

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Last updated on 15th May 2024


Check out Teddy's, one of our top football bars in Liverpool city centre. This much-loved venue is not only touting a fabulous space with plenty of HD TVs for top-notch screenings but it also has a boatload of drinks packages to choose from to accompany the game. You can even play some free pool if you're lucky, as well as snap up two cocktails for £15 during happy hours, like a pina colada or Tommy's margarita.

The John Brodie Liverpool

For a little football, burgers and beers, The John Brodie Liverpool is the place to be. That's not all, as there's also a great variety of discounts, including two mains for £13.99 from Monday through to Thursday. This includes fish and chips, chicken tikka masala and lasagne; loads of hearty pub classics that are bound to satisfy before you hit the royal blue pool tables. 

The George Crosby, Liverpool

Cheer on your team at Moor Lane's The George Crosby. With high, arched ceilings and a variety of HD screens dotted about the venue, there are plenty of spots to catch every game. And on top of that, there's a wide mix of beverages on tap, alongside a hearty selection of eats. Look forward to devouring the likes of a freshly battered fish sub (£8.49) plus tear and share garlic baguettes (£7.99).

Pins Social Club

If you're on the hunt for somewhere to watch the match in Ropewalks, Pins Social Club has got your back. Pop on over to Rocco's Games Rooms, grab yourself a perch and enjoy the action. And while you watch? Chow down on top grub washed down with tasty drinks. Its Feastin' menu includes the likes of garlic bread (£4), American hot pizzas (£13) and Louisiana Deep South fried chicken (£8). 

Punch Tarmey's Liverpool

Football fans never need to look far for a good viewing venue with Punch Tarmey's about. The friendly Irish boozer in Cains Brewery Village boasts 18 TV screens for all your viewing needs, alongside a strong craft beer selection and some tasty burgers to boot. Decked out with exposed brick walls and cosy leather seating areas, it also hosts a wealth of live music meaning there's never a dull moment at this popular watering hole. 

Blob Shop Liverpool

Situated in Liverpool city centre, Blob Shop is the ideal watering hole to catch all the latest live sports. Watch the football while sipping on a drink or two like a strawberry daiquiri or a pornstar martini. These folks have a whole host of spirits, wine and cask ales so you can stay well-watered and root for your favourite team. What's more, you can bag 2-4-1 cocktails all day, every day. Did somebody say Long Island iced tea? 

The Old Swan, Liverpool

When it comes to football bars and pubs, Liverpool city centre has plenty of them but have you ever considered The Old Swan? A cosy haunt with pillars and shabby-chic walls, it fronts numerous screens in every part of the venue. Combining a local pub vibe and a prime location, it has everything you need to enjoy the match with friends or family, as well as a cocktail list sporting the classic cosmopolitan and martinis, plus plenty of gin.

Hope & Anchor Liverpool

With a number of HD TVs screening Sky Sports and BT Sports, you can bet that The Hope & Anchor can provide everything you need and more when the big match is on. While you're there, grab a couple of wallet-friendly pints and enjoy some half-time air in the beer garden. A bright and airy boozer fronting greenery and duck egg blue seating, it makes for a pretty haunt to kick back and relax in around lunchtime with a posh fish finger wrap and a pint from just £6.

Farmers Arms Hotel, Liverpool

If you're wondering where is showing the match in Liverpool, you'll be pleased to find that you can catch all the Champions League action at Farmers Arms Hotel. Its comfy, carpeted surrounds are complete with HD screens showing all the fixtures throughout the seasons. Under pretty chandeliers, you can sip on freshly pulled pints or devour tasty pizzas, with toppings like chicken and bacon or pepperoni, for just £3.99 each. There's also pool and darts if you fancy an activity while you watch.

Hare & Hounds, Liverpool

Hare & Hounds is a pub that's sure to have you up on your feet shouting for The Reds. There are TVs at every turn for your viewing needs, alongside a Guinness beer garden when you need to take a few minutes at half-time. It also boasts 2-4-1 cocktails every day, so you can sip on the likes of a berry blush or a sex on the beach for less with your mates. 

William Gladstone, Liverpool

Need a boozer to catch all the football fixtures? Then look no further than Cavern Quarter's William Gladstone. This fabulous haunt offers HD screens to watch the football on, alongside a crackin' menu to keep hungry fans satisfied. Pull up one of its dark mahogany chairs, get comfy and enjoy a fantastic view from anywhere in the boozer, accompanied by a chicken club sub or a cheese and bacon burger. 

Grosvenor Casino Leo

For bar snacks and British classics throughout your football viewing, look no further than Grosvenor Casino Leo at the historic Albert Docks. Here, you can tuck into loaded nachos or scampi and fries while catching every goal on the big screens, with games or cards to get stuck into as well. There's even a Fanzone experience package to be snapped up for £25 each, which includes reserved seating, a welcome drink and £15 Grosvenor money to spend anywhere in the casino. 

The Flanagan's Apple

Home to some of the finest late-night parties, The Flanagan's Apple in Merseyside also knows a thing or two about hosting football screenings. Enjoy cheering your team on in their cool space complete with wooden beams on the the ceiling and rustic benches spread across panelled flooring, while delving into stone-baked pizzas and lip-smacking beverages like watermelon sours and pints of Guinness. 

Bierkeller Liverpool

Get your football fix at Bierkeller while drinking the best German beer and being served by staff in classic Bavarian clothes. Head to Shooters sports bar to enjoy some first-class drinks in a spacious setting which is made complete with large TVs and pool tables. Full of atmosphere and packing an impressive live entertainment roster, there's always something going on at this lively venue, as well as traditional bratwurst to gobble down. 

The Albert, Liverpool

If you're searching for a wholesome pub, be sure to head to The Albert. This Aigburth hotspot is touting a fabulous selection of craft beers and burgers - the perfect accompaniment to some footie viewing. Situated on Lark Lane, it's always busy; whether that be through its live music nights or Euros showings, or even down to its wide range of classic cocktails such as espresso martinis and Aperol spritzes.

Brookhouse, Liverpool

This fabulous boozer is filled with HD screens showing BT and Sky Sports, so there won't be a game that football fans will miss. If you're looking for pre or post-match chills, Brookhouse Liverpool also has a sizeable garden for those sunny days. Sporting industrial-style lighting and pool tables, its interiors are warm and welcoming, even to dogs so you don't have to fret about leaving your furry friend at home while you munch on a BBQ mac burger. 

Lime Street Social

Check out Lime Street Social for all your sports needs. Catch the football action on HD screens and a projector all while sipping affordable beer, wine and cocktails. For food, tuck into an array of small plates like karaage sticky chicken (£5.95) or crispy battered cod goujons (£5.75) and a trio of fries (£9.25) to keep yourself well-fed during the game at this open-plan boozer. 

O'Neill's Liverpool

Fancy catching all the sporting fixtures at a top-notch haunt? Well, now you can with O'Neill's Liverpool. This much-loved sports bar is home to a great space with a range of HD screens, alongside an extensive food and drinks menu to boot. Embrace a warm Irish welcome as this boozer serves you a refreshing pint of Guinness alongside bites like spicy chicken quesadillas and dirty angry (potato) faces, three of which you can bag for £13.75. 

The Shipping Forecast

If you're wondering where to watch football in Liverpool, The Shipping Forecast is the perfect spot. Touting a mega space that's forever bustling in Ropewalks, filled with multiple screens, an affordable food menu (think stone-baked pizzas for around a tenner) and crisp cold pints on tap, this is the perfect haunt for sports fans. It's also home to Arrowsmith's, so you and your mates can play a round of digital darts after the match has finished. 

Camp And Furnace

Up there with the best places to watch football in Liverpool, Camp and Furnace really know how to make an occasion of a big match. Head down to the Baltic Triangle venue, where they're pulling down the projector and handing out the beers to help you celebrate or commiserate communally. It's also home to an array of events such as Bingo Lingo plus quiz and live music nights. 

The Valentine, Liverpool

The Valentine is an Aintree pub where you'll find plenty of screens dotted about the space showing the football. Whether you want to watch every boot of the ball or tuck into burgers, they can provide a comfy seating area where you can do both. What's more, these scrumptious patties are only a fiver and all served with fries, which is an absolute steal if you ask us. 

Einstein Bier Haus

Liverpool's Bavaria-inspired bier haus, Einstein, boasts two floors and 30 large-screen TVs so that you can enjoy the Premier League no matter where you are in their bar. With a capacity of over 1,000 people, this is an ideal spot to head with a big group of your mates. You can expect to find a cracking, hearty Sunday roast at this buzzing haunt as well as daily deals like 20% off all delicious fare on Mondays and £15 for any schnitzel and stein on Fridays. 


Searching for a football bar in Liverpool? Well, McCooleys is a dedicated Irish bar that specialises in providing a great atmosphere and service, meaning the only thing you'll have to worry about is whether your team wins. You'll find some great game grub here too, like a sharing platter pilled with chicken tenders, potato skins and nachos for just £15.

Motel Bar

Sometimes you'd like to catch a match without the ruckus that comes with it. Liverpool's Motel Bar provides an easy-going experience for unwinding after work with regularly rotating cocktail selections and HD TVs showing the biggest Sky and BT Sports games. And if you're keen to let loose afterwards? There's a dive bar karaoke for that, plus a happy hour that lasts every single night 'til 12pm.

Rileys Liverpool

Self-declared as one of the best sports bars in Liverpool city centre, Rileys is a haven for football fans. Boasting a range of HD TVs streaming Sky Sports makes it convenient to catch all the Premier or Champions League action with pals. As for drinks? They have plenty of first-class tipples such as classic cocktails, craft beer and wine. Get stuck in with a round of pool, snooker or darts post-match and tuck into the likes of 12-inch pizzas topped with chicken and bacon, plus mac 'n' cheese bites. 

Dough Bar

Get your nerdy fix at one of the best football bars and pubs Liverpool has to offer, as Dough will be serving up pizza and cocktails the same way it has been since it opened in 2015. Demolish margheritas all while playing retro games like Mario Kart and Monopoly, plus, best of all, Sky and BT Sports are televised on Dough Bar's HD TVs, so that you don't have to miss a single moment of the game.

Woody's Sports And Karaoke Bar

One of the top football pubs in Liverpool city centre, Woody's Sports And Karaoke Bar is a great spot to catch the World Cup or Champions League. Boasting a cool space and a range of drinks deals (think £2.50 spirits and mixers on Thursdays), this is the perfect venue for budget-friendly viewing. Fancy a little fun? They also offer karaoke, with a wide range of songs and even the chance to make it a fancy dress affair.