Where To Watch The Women's World Cup In The UK

This huge FIFA tournament, which is taking place in Australia and New Zealand, might just be the time your favourite team finally brings it home. No matter who you're backing this year, check out our lowdown on the best places showing the Women's World Cup across the UK, from venues that open early to laid-back pubs and sports bars.

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Essex: The Bull Romford

Want to watch the Women's World Cup matches? The Bull Romford is the ideal venue to get stuck into. The traditional boozer screens all the latest sports including every footie match this summer. So settle in with a pint and tuck into some loaded fries as you cheer on your favourite team.

Chester: Red Lion

Known for its bottomless pizza brunches and classic pub grub, Red Lion Chester is also ideal for all your sports needs. You'll be able to see every play go down as you sip on freshly poured pints, cheap cocktails and bottles of prosecco (for when your team wins of course).

Essex: Original Plough Chelmsford

Fronting Sky and BT sports on five different screens, Original Plough Chelmsford has you set for the Women's World Cup in Essex. Sip on classic lagers and craft brews while wolfing down a burger or slice of pizza. Its alfresco area is also fab for post-game tipples.

Solihull: The Mason’s Arms

If you're on the hunt for drinking dens in Solihull, Mason Arms is screening all the latest sports. Watch every play on its HD screen while nestling in with casked pale ales, signature cocktails and a lip-smacking burger. Afterward, stick around and settle into its spacious beer garden.

Essex: The Merchant

A footie fan favourite, The Merchant in Brentwood brings craft beer, booths with individual TVs, and further big screens to the women's game. Brunch will accompany proceedings here, including waffles and brekkie wraps, before the main menu takes over later.

Leicester: The Distillery

From comfy booths sporting their own screens to plenty of other TVs dotted round the space, The Distillery are making sure you don't miss a moment of every game they show. Get behind our Lionesses as they take the footie fight to the southern hemisphere.

Brighton: Blind Busker

Boasting indoor and outdoor screens, Blind Busker is a real Hove gem when it comes to sports. Whether you fancy making your way into the garden for alfresco pints or cosying up inside and cheering on your team, this watering hole is the perfect stop-off come matchday.