The 2022 World Cup is here and fans across Birmingham are all set to follow their country. As the tournament takes place through the winter, many fans will be hoping to book their place in a pub nice and early as outdoor viewing areas will likely be few and far between.
If this is the case, then you should act now to avoid disappointment. Not sure where to head? Not to worry- we’ve got you covered with a selection of pubs in Birmingham you can book a place to watch the World Cup.
When is the 2022 FIFA World Cup?
The first match of the 2022 World Cup takes place on Sunday November 20 between hosts Qatar and Ecuador. The final of the tournament takes place on Sunday November 19.
Which pubs can I watch the World Cup from?
There are plenty of pubs around the city where you can book a table ahead of the big kick off next month. Here are five you can choose from, and also information on how to book your place.
O’Neill’s Broad Street
Broad St, Birmingham B1 2HG
The Birmingham branch of the Irish chain bar has bookings open now for the start of the World Cup. You can soak up the atmosphere for every single match of the tournament - and you’ll not go short on food and drink options.
To book your place, visit O’Neill’s website.
The Old Crown Digbeth
High St, Deritend, Birmingham B12 0LD
Birmingham’s oldest secular building offers a fine and warm dining experience for anyone who stops by. Tables can be booked in advance at the pub, which has won and been nominated for countless industry awards, online.
To book your place at the Old Crown for the World Cup, visit the pub’s official website
The Button Factory
25 Frederick St, Birmingham B1 3HH
The smart Jewellery Quarter was once a warehouse and is now a stylish diner. Even better than this- it is set to screen every match at the World Cup.
Tables can be booked through the website
Langley Buildings, Birmingham B1 2DS
The Australian themed bar and restaurant will show all games from the tournament which can be enjoyed with food and drink. Bookings can be made now to secure your place in front of one of the huge HD TV’s at the bar.
To book your place, visit the Walkabout website.
30-31 Allison St, Birmingham B5 5TJ
Plenty of live sport is shown at Hennesseys, and the World Cup will take centre stage through November and December. With plenty of screens, you’ll not be short of viewing options at this Digbeth bar, but booking ahead will be important.
To book your place this winter, visit the bar’s website.
Digbeth Arena, Lower Trinity St, Deritend, Birmingham B9 4AG
Digbeth-based party venue Luna Springs is set to show all games from this year’s World Cup. During the games, the venue will also be providing giveaways and confetti drops as well as exclusive merchandise.
Drinks packages are available to book, with guests being encouraged to book early to secure their spots. Tickets for the final will be released following first match play-offs. England matches are priced at £10 per person and include a can of beer, a cider or a cocktail on entry, all other games are free to attend.
To book your place, visit the website