Looking for places to watch the Women's World Cup final 2023 in London? We know a couple of spots...
When and where is the Women's World Cup 2023?
The FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 takes place 20 July-20 August. The matches are played in Australia and New Zealand, which are in time zones 8-10 hours ahead of the UK, meaning that most matches kick off in the morning, UK time.
32 teams are taking part in the Women's World Cup, including England's Lionesses, who roared to victory on home turf in the Women's Euros last July.
Fingers crossed the Lionesses maintain their winning streak from last year's Women's Euros tournament, which saw them lift the trophy at Wembley and taking part in a huge victory celebration in Trafalgar Square. All together now: Sweeeet Caroline...
When's the Lionesses next match in the Women's World Cup?
It's the final! England play Spain in THE deciding match on Sunday 20 August at 11am UK time.
Where to watch the Women's World Cup 2023 final in London
We anticipate that plenty of pubs, bars, outdoor screens and other venues around London will be screening the Women's World Cup final match — particularly now that England's Lionesses are through. Below are those which we know of so far, and we'll add more as they're announced. Also check out our guide to London's best sports bars, and the best pubs and bars for watching football in London, as many of those venues will be showing the matches too.
Women's World Cup final screening at Signature Brew, Blackhorse Road with Baller FC
UPDATE: THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT - NO WALK-INS
Women's football fans Baller FC have taken over Signature Brew's Haggerston outpost (and its big screen), for a Festival of Football, and have screened all Lionesses games throughout the tournament — so of course they're showing the final (although this one's in the main brewery). As well as glugging good beer and watching the action, you can enjoy music, street food — and get your hands on some zingy Baller FC Merch. Like this scarf:
Women's World Cup final screenings at Boxpark Croydon, Shoreditch and Wembley
Boxpark — particularly the Croydon venue — has become a byword for epic sports screenings in the capital, thanks to viral videos of beer being thrown everywhere during goal celebrations. They're back at it at all three London Boxpark venues for the Women's World Cup final, with tickets on sale now and likely to sell out in advance.
Women's World Cup final screenings at All Points East, Victoria Park
According to Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, the match will be screened as part of the free In The Neighbourhood programme at All Points East in Victoria Park. Free entry, doors open from 10am.
Women's World Cup final at Summer Screens in Canary Wharf
The free open-air screen in Canary Wharf is soon closing for this year, but is going out with a bang, and screening the final. Take your own blanket to sit on, load up on snacks, and get there early to bag a decent spot.
Women's World Cup final at Clapham Grand
Legendary events venue Clapham Grand holds one of its epic screening parties, with the possibility of confetti, balloon drops, strobes and flashing lights, along with live DJs, food and drink, and the match shown on a 25ft cinema screen.
Women's World Cup final at Westfield London, Shepherd's Bush
Shopping centre Westfield London offers a free, unticketed screening of the match, on at outdoor screen in Westfield Square. This is in addition to the venue's ticketed Fanzone, which has already sold out. Get down there early to get a spot at the outdoor screen!
Women's World Cup screenings at TOCA Social, North Greenwich
Interactive football experience TOCA Social — located inside The O2 — offers various seating packages, including tables in the Midfield Bar for 4-8 people, private boxes for up to 30, or the executive Lion's Den box, with food and drink included.
Women's World Cup final at Big Penny Social, Walthamstow
Pub/restaurant/social venue Big Penny Social is making the most of its cavernous space — screening every England match so far on its big screen, and continuing that for the final. It's free entry, but we'd recommend booking a table.
Women's World Cup screenings and brunch at Four Thieves, Battersea
Battersea's Four Thieves screened England's three group matches — keep an eye on their website to see if they screen the final.
Women's World Cup at Livelyhood Pubs
Several venues in the Livelyhood Pubs chain in south London are screening all matches which take place within their usual opening hours. They include:
- The Old Frizzle in Wimbledon
- The Rosy Hue in Elephant & Castle
- The Regent in Balham
- The Perky Nel in Clapham
Women's World Cup at ETM sports bars
The ETM chain — which, in our opinion are great for watching the footie, thanks to an abundance of screens, and decent food options too — are continuing to show England matches throughout the tournament.
- Greenwood in Victoria
- Redwood in London Bridge
- Westwood in Shepherd's Bush
- Goldwood, Broadleaf, Long Arm, The Hat and Tun, and Beechwood in the City
Women's World Cup at Nicholson's pubs
We've had confirmation that various London pubs in the Nicholson's chain are screening Sunday's final, including:
Other venues confirmed to be screening the final include:
- Cadogan Arms, Chelsea
- Clubhouse 5 sports bar, Leicester Square
- The Black Dog, Vauxhall
- The Refinery, Bankside
- The Hunter's Moon, South Kensington
- The Ganymede, Belgravia
- The Apollo Arms, Clapham
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