Where to Watch World Cup 2018 Final

Posted on July 11, 2018

The FIFA World Cup only comes around every 4 years, so the final game is kinda a big deal. We have scouted out the best in-town locations to watch the 3rd place play-off & the World Cup final this upcoming Saturday, July 14th and Sunday, July 15th!

 

#1. Brewhouse Café – 401 Moreland Avenue

If you’re looking for the BEST international sports bar, look no further than Little Five Points! Brewhouse is a favorite local spot because of their comfortable ‘divey’ interior, abundance of televisions and daily pint specials! No doubt this weekend will be one to remember! Check it out here: Brewhouse Café

Photo Courtesy of: Brewhouse Cafe

 

#2. Fado Irish Pub – 273 Buckhead Ave + 933 Peachtree St

With locations in Midtown and Buckhead, Fadó is an Atlanta favorite. There have been drink specials all throughout the World Cup, you can even guess the score for the match and win pub cash! If you’re going with a group, you can book a spot in the pub ahead of time! Check it out here: Fadó

Photo Courtesy of: fadoirishpub (Instagram)

 

#3. The Elder Tree Public House – 469 Flat Shoals Ave SE

Located in East Atlanta Village, this public house gets an A+ for both the authentic food and the Irish atmosphere. The owner and general manager has a passion for soccer, so the doors are always wide open for devoted soccer fans who love cold beer, more specifically $3 Heineken draft specials! Check it out here: Elder Tree Pub

Photo Courtesy of: eldertreeatl.com

 

#4. Brick Store Pub – 125 E Court Square

Boasting Atlanta’s best draught selections, this Decatur pub has shown every single World cup game as well as the Atlanta United games. The atmosphere gives off an old European pub vibe paired with selected world cup draughts and food! Check it out here: Brick Store Pub

 

Photo Courtesy of: brickstorepub (Instagram)

 

#5. Rí Ra Irish Pub- 1080 Peachtree Street, Suite 1

This genuine Irish pub was carefully restored from old Irish pubs and related salvaged artifacts including the mid 19th century bar. The pub took 2 years and 11,000 hours to finish and was reconstructed on site in Midtown, Atlanta. The pub will open early for the Saturday and Sunday matches! Check it out here: RiRa Pub

Photo Courtesy of: Rí Rá Atlanta (Facebook)