This weekend, England are playing in the World Cup quarter finals (fingers crossed!). To show our support, we’ve gathered 7 of the best places in Manchester to watch the match. Find a cool spot, grab a pint and cheer the squad. It’s coming home!
Featuring deliciously classic pub food, a cool range of Australian beers and cocktails and 10-screen video wall, Walkabout Printworks isn’t just one of the best places to watch the World Cup. It's also simply one of the best places to watch sports in Manchester.Find out more
Twenty Twenty Two
This hip industrial-themed space is an events venue and bar combined, which makes it one of the most ideal spots to watch the football this weekend. Why not go early and prep with a beer and a round of ping-pong?Find out more
Perfect for the discerning football fan, The Fitzgerald offers a quaint escape from the bustle and the noise of the city. Step into this quiet but no less energetic speakeasy and catch the game on the big screen. Classy concoctions at the ready!Find out more
The Green is more than just a brilliant sports bar—it’s also got an indoor golf booth. Add to that a karaoke booth, Xbox, pool tables, foosball and a massive floor-to-ceiling screen and you’ve got one of the best places in Manchester to watch the Wold Cup this weekend. Go early for a spot in the beer garden.Find out more
All Star Lanes
Grab a seat at the coolest bowling alley in town and watch England (hopefully) best the competition! Steeped in classic American style, All-Star Lanes in Spinningfields is perfect for bowling and watching the match. Bring your friends and get a bucket of 5 beers for £15.Find out more
Recently named the number 1 venue in Manchester to watch sport by Sky Sports and Carling, Dive is the first in the UK to boast ultra HD TVs for your viewing pleasure. Pull up a comfy leather chair and try the special Sports Menu for size.Find out more
Boasting one of the biggest sports screens in all of Manchester, Impossible’s amphitheatre is the place to be if you’re looking for a lively atmosphere during the game.Find out more
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