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England vs Colombia: Where to watch the World Cup game on the big screen

ENGLAND will face Colombia today in the knockout stage of the World Cup. Where can you watch the England vs Colombia World Cup match in the UK?

England have made it to the knockout stages of the World Cup, and will meet Colombia tonight at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow.

Luckily for Brits, we are avoiding working hours once again, as the game kicks off at 7pm BST.

The game will be shown on ITV, but there is nothing quite like soaking in the atmosphere of the game among fellow fans.

While many events will be ticketed, and most likely sold-out already, there is still a chance to watch the game.
London

Camden Market:
Camden Market are putting on a free screening of the England vs Colombia game.

Here you can enjoy the action with a drink from the World Cup bar, paired with pizzas to celebrate the tastes and flavours of the teams taking part.

Greene King / Golden Boot

Greene King’s pub the Golden Fleece has been renamed the Golden Boot to celebrate England being through to the knockout stages.

To celebrate further, the pub is offering a free beer to customers if Harry Kane scores.

The complimentary ale of offer is called “Un-BEER-lievable, and all you have to do is say “football’s coming home” to the bartender.

Sue Thomas-Taylor, marketing director for Greene King Locals, said: “We really wanted to show our support to the team and to Harry by re-naming the pub and giving fans an extra reason to get off the sofa and soak up the atmosphere in the pub!

“It’s going to be an Un-BEER-lievable evening – come on England!”

The Grafton Arms:

If you find yourself in the West End, The Grafton Arms is your go-to pub for World Cup screenings.

Not only can you enjoy cocktails and craft beers, but you can also tuck into pan-asian food.

However, if you want a good spot they recommend you get there early.

Manchester

Impossible:
For the biggest outdoor screen in town, head to Impossible.

Its massive courtyard is a perfect location to soak in the sun while you watch the game.

There is also a screen inside if the weather turns sour.

Walkabout Printworks:

You can’t book a booth anymore, but the atmosphere is bound to be electric at Walkabout Printworks.

With food an drinks deals, this is an ideal place to watch sports.

The Refuge Arms:

Get yourself down to the Refuge Arms nice and early if you want to get a good view of Harry Kane’s men.

Located in the basement of the Principal Hotel, it is a precious old-fashioned pub.

Liverpool
Shooters Sports Bar:

Shooters show all the big sports games, and the atmosphere will be buzzing for England’s Last 16 game.

Located in the heart of the city centre, it’s easy to get to and will have lots of food and drink offers.

Camp and Furnace:

Camp and Furnace is a unique restaurant and music venue, and regularly hosts fun events.

Situated in the up-and-coming Baltic Triangle, you can watch the World Cup on their huge projector screen.

The event is ticketed, but the good news is you can stick bag a ticket for £11.

This Fanpark package includes a pint of lager, hotdog and a guaranteed seat.

But hurry, tickets are selling fast.

Leeds
Millennium Square:

Millennium Square is an immensely popular place to watch the World Cup action.

The gates for each England match will be open an hour and a half before kick-off.

Admission is first-come first-served until the capacity is reached.

It’s also worth mentioning alcohol is being banned from each screening.

O2 Academy:

O2 Academy Leeds is providing footie fans with free tickets to see the England vs Colombia game.

To bag your ticket you can head to the independent record shop Jumbo Records, or call the O2 box office between 12pm and 4pm. (The Sun)

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