Who else is still bathing in the glory of last year’s Women’s Euros win? The Lionesses more than made England proud in 2022 becoming household names across the country. Now they have the chance to go the extra distance and claim the ultimate crown of the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Some familiar faces won’t be returning this year, but the likes of Alessia Russo, Lucy Bronze and Georgia Stanway will make our country beam with joy as we head to the pub to catch all the action. So here are some of the best places to watch the Women’s World Cup final in Bristol this summer.
Big screens, cold pints and bags of atmosphere. What more do you need for the 2023 Women’s World Cup? Well, O’Neills has it all. The Women’s World Cup 2023 final will be played on the screens. They also boast ample seating – from cosy booths to stools – to choose between when you’re sitting on the edge of your seats all game. You’ll find O’Neills on Baldwin Street in the City Centre and you can learn more here.
7-9 Baldwin St, Bristol BS1 1RU
2. King Street Brew House
King Street Brew House has the hattrick of serving cold pints, plenty of space, and the footy always on – so of course they’re screening the 2023 Women’s World Cup final in Bristol this summer. Hoping to rekindle the atmosphere of last year’s exciting Euros. You can’t book, however – walk-ins are available on a first-come, first-serve basis – but the matches will be shown on a number of screens dotted throughout the venue. So you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the taproom while watching the games live.
13 Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4RR
With the Women’s World Cup held in Australia this year, where better to watch every pass, tackle and goal than at Walkabout? Cheer on the Lionesses as they roar their way to victory on the bar’s massive HD screens with a refreshing cold pint in hand. You can walk-in and catch England’s game against Spain at Walkabout, but booking is recommended to avoid disappointment. Chow down on Walkabout’s burger and drink offer, starting from £7.50, as a tasty accompaniment as you watch the football too. Find out more here.
40 Corn Street, BS1 1HQ
4. The Cider Press
The Cider Press isn’t just one of the best cider pubs in Bristol (with 32 draught options), it’s also one of the best sports bars in the city. Scrumpy lovers relax. You can enjoy the Women’s World Cup final in Bristol as much as the rest of us! The Cider Press has a whopping eight screens and two HD projectors. You can also cheer on the Lionesses while tucking into bar food like wings, burgers and nachos to fill you up. If that’s not enough, there are also pool tables to keep you entertained between games. Learn more here.
86-90 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8BN
5. The White Harte
One for the students: located near the top of Park Street, The White Harte is providing those scrambling from the University to get their World Cup fix. To help with the early morning kick-offs (thanks Australia), The White Harte is offering an exclusive Lioness Brunch. From £28 per person, you get two hours of bottomless drinks and the option of a range of brunch dishes to choose from. Meaning you can watch England win with a bit of class at this year’s tournament. Head here to learn more.
54-58 Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LH
6. The Royal Oak
The Royal Oak is just one of the best footy pubs in Bristol all year round. ThisGloucester Road pub is always showing Premier League and Champions League games. So you know it’ll be a great atmosphere for the Women’s World Cup final in Australia.
385 Gloucester Road, Horfield, BS7 8TN
7. The Bay Horse
The newly-renovated pub found on Bristol’s Lewins Mead, The Bay Horse serves up cold pints with plenty of space to watch the footy. It’ll be screening the England game this Sunday. At this Bristol bar, guests can expect tons of beers and ciders on tap, as well as English pub grub and a proper atmosphere. So if you fancy some breakfast with your goals, then make The Bay Horse a must-visit.
1 Lewins Mead, BS1 2LJ
8. Green House
Green House will be showing every one of the Lionesses’ exciting matches. It also is showing as many matches from the Women’s World Cup as possible in Bristol. While it lacks a great outdoor space to enjoy the footy in the summer months, it makes up for it with a lively atmosphere. (You can always pop over the road to College Green for some quick half-time rays.)
37 College Green, Bristol BS1 5SP
When is the 2023 Women’s World Cup final?
After beating Australia, England will face Spain on Sunday (August 20) at the Stadium Australia in Sydney. The Women’s World Cup 2023 final will take kick-off at 11 am. You can also watch it on both BBC One and ITV1.