Where to watch the World Cup in UK, Germany
It’s always exciting to catch your favourite football team put their heart in the game during the World Cup. But the experience becomes so much more memorable when you share the ups and downs of your team with other fans.
Here are some places in Britain and Germany where you can watch the World Cup with other passionate viewers:
Harvey Nichols fifth floor Foodmarket, Edinburgh
The Foodmarket of Harvey Nichols has a Brazilian theme with Batidas-style cocktails that will add a fiesta feel to the games.
Boteco Brasil Soho, Charing Cross Road, London
Backed by the Embassy of Brazil, experience Latin American food and culture with screenings, exhibitions, talks and cooking classes in Boteco Brasil Soho.
Gabbi’s Head Pub, Covent Garden, London
Enjoy football with the ladies in Benefit Cosmetic UK’s first pub dedicated to the World Cup. Grab cocktails, try on make-up and other activities while watching football in this girl’s paradise.
Cocobananas, Howie Street, London
This new Brazilian-themed beach shack will let visitors enjoy World Cup games while having the time of their lives in a Latin American beach party.
Bounce, Holborn, London
Bounce will host carnival-themed parties for every England game, which will be screened on two 10-foot cinematic screens.
Fanmeile, Brandenburger Tor, Berlin
Watch football for free with 100,000 other fans on several large screens in this historic German landmark. Live bands, DJs, food and drink will give the event a festive mood.
Drink traditional Munich beer in Löwenbräukeller hall while watching football for free.
Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt am Main
The arena will be screening games on the biggest outdoor screen in Hesse. Entrance fee is at €8 when booked in advance and €10 on the day.
Kia Fan Fest, Heiligengeistfeld, Hamburg
Watch football for free with up to 50,000 fans starting on Germany’s first game against Portugal on Monday.
Pumpwerk, Schönhauser Straße, Cologne
The open-air venue for 8,000 is the largest World Cup viewing venue in Cologne. Reserve free entry tickets through Köln-Ticket.
Watch the World Cup in a relaxed atmosphere in this public viewing by Kulturwerk.
How about you, where are you planning to watch the World Cup in your city? Share your plans in the comment box below!