Football fever is sweeping Britain as England reach the semi-finals of the FIFA 2018 World Cup semi-finals. England will play Croatia at 7pm on Wednesday 11 July, and we’re keeping our fingers crossed for victory.
Here are 9 places to watch the England vs Croatia World Cup match in London.
Flat Iron Square
With a huge 100in HD screen in the garden, you’ll have no problem watching the match in this drinking and dining hub. Surrounded by street food cuisine from around the globe, you’ll be spoilt for choice for half-time snacks. Get your tickets in advance as it’s bound to be busy.Flat Iron Square
Boasting a 20ft HD TV with turbo surround sound, whatever the results of the game, expect to party all night long at this east London venue. With live entertainers, dancers and DJs, the buzz and excitement of the game will continue long after the match is over.Cargo
Another east London favourite is also one of the best places to watch football in London. Decorated with colourful football memorabilia, 60 and 80in TVs, football tables and an international selection of beer, Bar Kick is a football lover’s dream. Take advantage of the daily happy hour between 4 and 7pm.Bar Kick,
Watch the beautiful game beneath the flower entwined pergolas at Fest, one of the finest roof terraces in London. There’ll be a huge projector and multiple screens to watch the game. And if the tension of the match gets too much, the panoramic views of north London will calm your nerves.Fest
For a bit more exclusivity, head down to Greenwood bar and sports lounge in central London and book a private space to watch the game. While the interior is a blend of a common room and library, the atmosphere is lively and friendly. Try the generous match day platter to share with your fellow supporters.Greenwood
A fun and relaxing diner situated in Westfield Shopping Centre, Café Football serves classic match nosh including fish and chips, pies and burgers. There’s plenty of plasma TV screens dotted throughout the cafe so you can get a view of the game as you tuck into your meal.Cafe Football
A short bus ride away from Cafe Football is Pitch, an outdoor bar with a cool vibe. Cheer on the Three Lions at this urban garden with its colourful picnic benches, 16ft screen, and charm.Pitch
The Water Poet
Located on a cobbled street, this East End boozer has a cinema screen in its cellar for the World Cup matches. You’ll have to book a ticket for a seat downstairs or you can enjoy the match above ground in the main bar or garden.The Water Poet
The home of ping pong has gone football crazy with 12ft screens and a dedicated space to watch the World Cup. There’s plenty of beer, and an extensive pizza selection to keep your appetite at bay during the game.Bounce
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