Where to watch FIFA World Cup in Vancouver.

FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 is just around the corner, are you ready to throw on a jersey and wave the flag of your favourite team?

If you can’t be at the big match, the next best way to watch beautiful game is down the pub or club with your fellow supporters over beers and grub. In a multicultural city like Vancouver it’s easy to find a like-minded group of supporters gathering to cheer on the same country.

Restaurants, pubs and social clubs are the usual go to spots to watch but with many time zones between Vancouver and Russia’s stadiums (mostly in the European side of the country), the matches air early morning local time.  The time difference means many establishments will need to open early to make the most of the matches.

A few of the prime spots to view World Cup Russia 2018 are;

Red Card Sports Bar: 560 Smithe – Official Heineken House (even though the Netherlands is not in these World Cup finals)

London Pub: 700 Main Street – Official England House

Croatian Cultural Centre: opening Croatia matched coincide with Croatian Days Festival

The Pint: 455 Abbott Street – open for Brazil, Mexico & Germany matches.

Malone’s: 608 West Pender Street – open early for most matches

Dunn’s Famous: 827 Seymour – most matches

Rio Brazilian Steakhouse: English Bay & Coquitlam – Brazil matches.

Portuguese Club of Vancouver: 1144 Commercial Drive – Portuguese matches

Vancouver Alpen Club: 4875 Victoria Drive – German matches

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to win a VIP viewing package for two at the Vancouver Alpen Club June 17th for Germany’s opening match against Mexico at FIFA World Cup Russia 2018. For contest details click here

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