Best Places to Watch the World Cup

The World Cup is back, and Australia’s adoration for soccer is hitting fever-pitch. The Socceroos beat both Tunisia and Denmark in the World Cup, making it to the knock-out round for the first time since 2006. And if you haven’t seen the elated scenes from across the country celebrating the back-to-back win, you might be living under a rock. 

Regardless of whatever Sunday morning’s match holds for the Australian soccer team, we’ll be heading out to see some of the best sporting action live on the big screen. Here are three places to catch the live World Cup this season.  

Mile End Hotel | 30 Henley Beach Road, Mile End 

The Mile End Beer Garden is showing all England, Australia and selected group matches live & loud on the big screen. Rally your mates together, and head to the iconic hotel to see the sporting action while indulging in high-end pub classics. No reservations required! See the schedule for matches here

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Brighton Metro | 466 Brighton Road, Brighton 

The Brighton Metro is broadcasting World Cup games featuring the Australian and English soccer teams, as well as selected group matches, in the Brighton Metro Sports Bar. The outdoor big screen will be showing games live during main trading hours – the perfect setting for footy lovers to meet and cheer on their team. 

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Mick O’Shea’s | Main South Road, Hackham 

Adelaide’s longest-standing Irish pub, Mick O’Shea’s is showing every World Cup match live to locals looking to soak up the thrilling sports action. Catch the games on the big screen, enjoy some pub grub and cheer on your favourite team to win!  

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