Albert's Schloss has found itself in a difficult predicament this World Cup - who to support?! The themed bar's solution? Screen all the England and Germany games and hope for the best.
Bars Showing the World Cup in Manchester
The biggest and most prestigious tournament in the world returns after its compulsory four year break. The World Cup will be televised across various bars and clubs in Manchester. Check out our list of top notch venues to watch the World Cup in Manchester.
Open 24 hours a day, Manchester235 isn't worried about the time difference between the UK and Russia. The casino will be screening all the World Cup games to Manchester and if the game isn't living up to expectations, you can head down to the Black Jack table.
A slice of Tiki heaven in Manchester, Lola Lo's is travelling over to Russia to bring us all the 2018 World Cup Action. Along with private hire options, the space will have plenty of tropical cocktails on offer, and on certain nights will stay open as it transforms into a vibrant club.
This Northern Quarter cutie isn't just a fun party spot, it also screens sports matches on the reg. Join them this summer for the World Cup action, with cocktails and easy dishes on the side.
From its quirky decor to its welcoming atmosphere, Waxy O'Connors is a home away from home. When it comes to the World Cup, the spot will be as raucous as any, with games shown throughout the pub and plenty of pub grub on offer.
Not one to miss out on the action, Aussie-themed Walkabout have got plenty of screens on which to watch all the football. From a screen wall to projectors, the space will be dedicated to all things World Cup this summer.
Head out to Old Trafford for this stalwart in football screenings; Cafe Football has long been known as a shrine to the beautiful game and is the place to go if you want an atmosphere to rival the stadium's.
Where better to kick back with a pint and watch the footie than this subtle sports bar? It knows how to get the job done with a great selection of beers and ales, big screens for tip-top viewing please, and all in super stylish classy interiors. If you're a bit tired of tired-looking sports bars that are a bit rough round th eedges, then watch the world cup at Tib Street Tavern.
Located just off Oxford Road, O'Sheas is an Irish bar through and through. If you like pints of Guinness and traditional pub decor with your World Cup watching, then this is the spot for you.