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Where to watch the World Cup

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With the Lionesses’ success still strong in our hearts, it’s time for fever pitch to start all over again with the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

After six long years of waiting the tournament finally kicks off on Sunday, 20 November. England begin their quest against Iran the following day at 1pm whilst Wales face the USA at 4pm.

The big question (aside from why on earth the tournament is actually happening in Qatar) is, where will you be watching it?

We have something for every kind of supporter. Whether you want buzzing bars with giant 12 foot projector screenspub gardens with HD TVs, stunning private screening rooms for just you and your team mates or even the chance to enjoy a three-course meal as you watch the beautiful game, we have it all. We understand some of you ‘may’ be WFH for those daytime matches and we are here for you.

We accept table reservations (when eating) as well as walk-ins on the day.

Please note The Latchmere will however ONLY be operating on a first come first served basis for all England matches.

Best for buzzing bars

The legendary atmosphere at The Bedford (with its Club Room and three metre screen) as well The Tommyfield and The Latchmere will be hard to beat with their multiple projectors and HD TVs.

Best for sitting down  

The Avalon and The Princess Victoria both have large screens in their dining rooms for those hungry for sport and supper (or even lunch for those pesky 1pm games).

For the absolute ultimate in World Cup viewing, The Bedford offers also three different types of advance ticket which includes guaranteed seats for England matches, a pint and a meal.

Check out full details here

Best for private rooms

The RosendaleThe Princess VictoriaThe Avalon, The Bedford and The Tommyfield all have stunning spaces for you and your crew to have your own private screening.

Best for outdoor viewings

Pub gardens and the footie are the perfect match. Head to The AvalonThe Latchmere and The Stonhouse for a little slice of heaven with their multiple outside screens, outdoor heating and fluffy blankets. Mulled wine and cider are also available for those who like to keep extra cosy.

If you would like to swerve the 2022 FIFA World Cup, The Bolingbroke will provide a place of solace. They will not be showing any of the games until the quarters, semis and finals if England when/if England get that far.

Go on the boys!