Ladies and gents, get your football boots on and your game faces ready because the Women’s World Cup is here, and London is buzzing with excitement! Whether you’re a passionate supporter or simply looking to join in on the atmosphere, we’ve scouted the city to bring you the best spots to catch all the action. Here’s some of our fave indoor and outdoor screenings that’ll make you feel like you’re on the pitch where you can cheer on your favourite teams. Let’s dive into our goal-getter’s guide to where you can catch the Women’s World Cup in London!
THE NEXT ENGLAND FIXTURE
Sun 20th Aug – 11am – World Cup Final – England v Spain
Big Penny Social
The UK’s biggest beer hall will be screening every game of the World Cup, with two massive HD screens inside and room for 1400 football fans to get the atmosphere buzzing. Might be a tad early for their 98 beer taps at the bar but there will be food to tuck into during the matches.
1 Priestley Way, E17 6AL
After some epic World Cup screenings in 2018 and 2022, Boxpark is getting back on it for the women in 2023 with games being shown at the Shoreditch, Croydon and Wembley locations. You can catch all the action on the big HD screens and of course the resident Boxpark traders will be keeping you well-fed and watered. Expect lots of entertainment and a few special guests joining to really up the matchday atmosphere.
Shoreditch, Croydon & Wembley
This al fresco space on the canal in Hackney Wick is showing all the England games in its Hanger Bar area whilst the main space will be turned into a dedicated World Cup venue exclusively screening the England games, with resident food traders on hand to keep you fed.
Units 1-28, Echo Building, E Bay Lane, London, E15 2SJ
Multi-venue space Peckham Levels will be screening World Cup action on various screens across levels 5 and 6 of the building.
95A Rye Lane, SE15 4ST
Market Halls are screening games across all of there venues throughout this World Cup season. The dedicated footy viewing areas will be decked out with huge HD screens. Plus there are lots of brekkie options to keep you going throughout the morning games with the likes of Eggslut and Poke the Bear at Market Halls Victoria; Dum Dum Donuts and Sexy Buns who are running breakfast offerings just for the World Cup at Market Halls Oxford Street; Then there is Grind for coffee, cakes and pastries at Market Halls Canary Wharf.
Market Halls Oxford Street, 9 Holles Street, London W1G 0DB
Market Halls Canary Wharf, 25 North Colonnade, London E14 5HS
Market Halls, Victoria, 191 Victoria St, London SW1E 5NE
As well as showing all the England games during the World Cup, this Battersea pub has got its own micro-brewery, a gin garden, a virtual reality games room, a retro arcade AND a totally bonkers racing car track so you defo won’t be getting bored here.
51 Lavender Gardens, London SW11 1DJ