7 places to watch the World Cup in Liverpool

We’re not sure if you’ve heard already, but apparently… it's coming home! With World Cup fever swarming across the nation we’ve got you covered for all the best bars in Liverpool to make sure you’re able to catch all the action.  Enjoy a good drink and revel in the thrill of the beautiful game with fellow footie fans.

Anfield World Cup Bars

1. Bierkeller, Liverpool ONE

Liverpool’s largest sports bar is showing every single World Cup match live. With more than 20 HD TVs, you won’t miss any of the action. Bierkeller also boasts the largest non-cinematic screen in the North West, measuring 4  x 2m.


2. Legends Sports Bar, Mathew Street

You can find Legends Sports Bar on Liverpool’s famous Mathew Street. Legends will be showing all the World Cup action while you are surrounded wall to wall with TVs and sporting memorabilia.

Legends Sports Bar

3. Coyote Ugly Saloon, Bold Street


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Yes, this is exactly what you’re thinking, it’s just like the film where the staff get up and dance on the bar! This Liverpool bar has dedicated its entire first floor to the World Cup. All games will be shown on their huge LED TV so you can catch every single goal in HD.

Coyote Ugly Saloon

4. Einstein Bier Haus, Concert Square


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One of Liverpool’s newest day to night venues, this Bavarian-themed bar has more than 30 HD TVs for your viewing pleasure. Bookings are available and you can reserve a VIP booth where the tables have their own built-in Bier taps.

Einstein Bier Haus

5. Cabin Bar, Berry Street

For an alternative venue to watch the World Cup check out Cabin Bar. Recreating the atmosphere of an apres-ski lodge, with as much emphasis on gin and classic cocktailsas beer, the venue has big screens for all the major World Cup action.

Cabin Bar

6. Camp & Furnace, Greenland Street


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Located in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, Camp & Furnace gives you the opportunity to watch the World Cup communally in a cool, industrial setting. There’s a huge screen, with great food and drink. This bar is a great alternative if you’re looking to watch the tournament somewhere different.

Camp & Furnace

7. McCooley's, Wood Street


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One of many Irish bars in Liverpool, McCooley’s is showing all of the World Cup action in their recently renovated bar. Split over two floors, indulge in a game of pool or shuffleboard if you want a break from the football that’s being shown on 12 big screen TVs.

29 Dec 2020(last updated)