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10 of the Best Bars and Pubs to Watch Live Football in Liverpool

If you’re planning to watch the football in Liverpool but you can’t decide where to go, look no further than our guide to the best pubs to watch football in Liverpool.

To help you avoid this problem, we’re bringing you 10 of the best bars in and around Liverpool to catch the action.

Camp and Furnace

Where: Greenland Street

 

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Liverpool’s iconic warehouse venue, Camp and Furnace is one of the best places to watch football in Liverpool.

Football fans can look forward to an unrivalled atmosphere with rows and rows of wooden benches keeping things nice and relaxed. But when the celebrations kick into overdrive, playing it cool goes out the window and you’ll find yourself up on a bench, shirt swinging around your head in no time.

The No.9 Bar and Restaurant

Where: Victoria Street

pubs to watch football in Liverpool

Located inside The Dixie Dean Hotel, this new and exciting bar is the best place for Evertonians to watch football in Liverpool.

Everton fans can look forward to an amazing match day package which includes exclusive drinks and in-play deals for just £14.95pp. Eat, drink and watch the Blues in comfort surrounded by incredible memorabilia.

For more information or to book a match day package at The No.9 Bar and Restaurant, contact our helpful team on 0151 236 0166.

Fly in the Loaf

Where: Hardman Street

Take yourself along to the Fly in the Loaf to catch the match and indulge in a range of fine ale and comfort food.

Always filled with atmosphere, the spacious surroundings of Fly in the Loaf make a perfect match day venue. The game is shown across wide screen TVs that promise a fantastic football experience.

Book a table and head on down to this football-loving gastro-pub.

McCooley’s

Where: Wood Street

 

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For football, food and great craic, head straight to Mccooley’s, a popular Irish-themed sports bar just waiting to be discovered. Catch a game from Everton or Liverpool and tuck into delicious dishes from the extensive Irish menu.

Situated right in the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife capital, McCooley’s is one of the best spots to watch football in Liverpool.

The Bastion Bar and Restaurant

Where: The Shankly Hotel

pubs to watch football in Liverpool

For an unrivalled football experience, book yourself a table as part of their match day experience here. Not only is The Bastion one of the best places to watch the football, but you’ll find yourself surrounded by football history.

Located within The Shankly Hotel, The Bastion Bar and Restaurant features its very own museum. Combine all this with hearty homemade food and exclusive in-play drinks deals, and you’re in for a treat.

The Dovedale Towers

Where: Allerton Road

Situated in leafy South Liverpool, The Dovey sits along Allerton Road and Penny Lane. A prime spot to watch the football in Liverpool, this historic pub is definitely one for your list if you’re visiting the suburbs.

This iconic building has served many purposes over the years, but few more exciting than playing a major role in The Beatles’ career. Well-known football fans, if The Dovey was good enough for the Fab Four, then it’s good enough for us.

Eden

Where: The Shankly Hotel

pubs in Liverpool to watch football

The Shankly Hotel’s rooftop terrace is a hidden gem in Liverpool. The spacious spot takes watching the football to a whole new level, quite literally.

Offering spectacular views across the Liverpool skyline, Eden is a favourite for watching the match, as seen when Liverpool triumphed in the Champions League Final back in May.

Pogue Mahones

Where: Seel Street

Nothing quite beats an Irish bar for a match day atmosphere, so make sure you call in at Pogue Mahones to watch the footy.

Whether you’re a red or a blue, you can often watch the football with a cold pint of beer and a tasty burger, and you can also stay on once the match is over to enjoy the buzz of this fantastic pub.

TriBeCa

Where: Smithdown Road

 

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TriBeCa is one of our favourite venues for watching the football on Smithdown Road.

The New York inspired bar and pizzeria is a go-to spot for catching the action in style. And the best bit? During the summer months, TriBeCa is known to show the match outside in their sunny beer garden.

Perfect!

Hope and Anchor

Where: Maryland Street

 

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Hope and Anchor is a must for sports fans, regularly showing the biggest games. A student favourite and only moments away for LJMU campus, you can also enjoy a game of pool before, after or during half-time.

With a selection of craft beers and a delicious burger menu, Hope and Anchor is a cheap and cheerful spot to watch the not so cheap and cheerful beautiful game.

We hope you’ve enjoyed our guide to pubs showing football in Liverpool. Though all of these bars are known to show the match, it’s always worth double checking on the day to avoid disappointment.

In the meantime, why not check out our guide to enjoying the best real ale trail in Liverpool?

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Jessica is an English and History graduate with a passion for writing about Liverpool, from local history to cultural events.

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