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Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« on: May 4, 2006, 01:50:42 PM »
Welcome to RAWK's list of the bars, clubs and other venues that show Liverpool matches around the world. Hopefully when travelling to a new country, no-one will have to miss that important game. Thanks to many years of submissions by RAWK members, there is a good chance that you will find here either a Liverpool-friendly bar or the best available bar in whatever far foreign land you may find yourself.

All the entries have been submitted by RAWK members but inevitably some of the information will be out of date. So it's a good idea to check with the venue themselves. Please let us know of any errors and omissions - usually bars closing down/moving or dead links to websites.

For the more recent entries, you will see the username of the person who submitted the entry and a link to their profile. They might be willing to answer further questions via private message - but please be polite and don't expect anything as they usually haven't asked for their name to be included ... although you may even find they will be watching the same game and you can meet up for a drink.

Several of the entries have been submitted by supporter groups in that particular city/country. Where available we've included a link to the group; please visit their site and say hello prior to arrival, they may have more up to date information.Please remember to post about anywhere you discover so that others can benefit. It's always nice to hear the experiences of fellow reds travelling so if you find the information useful or if you would like to add to the existing review then let us know.

To find a venue click on a region:

Europe (Austria to Luxembourg)
Europe (Malta to Wales)
Canada & USA
Asia (Bahrain to Korea)
Asia (Malaysia to Vietnam)
Australia & New Zealand
Africa
South & Central America & The Caribbean


Special mention to Callaghan who has valiantly updated and improved this guide  :wave
« Last Edit: March 12, 2014, 10:33:20 PM by Armin »
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Europe: Austria to Ireland
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2014, 09:46:05 PM »
^^ Those links above aren't correct now. These are the working links ...

Europe: Austria to Ireland
Europe: Israel to Wales
USA
Canada, Bermuda & Mexico
Asia
Australia & New Zealand
Africa
South America & the Caribbean


Europe: Austria to Ireland

Jump to Europe: Israel to Wales

Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Faroe Islands
Finland
France
Germany
Gibraltar
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland



Austria

www.YNWatchA.com/austria.html

Vienna
The Four Bells
Schleifmühlgasse 2
www.four-bells.at
www.facebook.com/the4bells
@the4bells
+43 1 585 47 85, +43 1 585 47 85 99
office@four-bells.at
Contact us in German or English! For reservations give us a call after 4pm
Telekon [13 Mar 2014]: Good pub with decent food. Positive is that the smoking section is in the back which leaves the main area (with the projector screen) virtually smoke free. Would recommend to book a table for bigger games. They open at 4pm but earlier if there are games shown.

Vienna
Shebeen - The International Pub
Lerchenfelder Strasse 45
www.shebeen.at
+43 1 5247900
[3 May 2006]: Nice little pub with good food, especially the burgers. show most League games which are live on sky sports, but it's best to check their website. even have a Liverpool supporter in their staff, although they've also a guy who likes Chelsea... ;)

Vienna
Telekon [13 Mar 2014]: If you're heading to Vienna and are staying on a match day, feel free to PM me for any info or help.



Belgium

www.YNWatchA.com/belgium.html

Antwerp
The Irish Times Pub
Grote Markt 38 (on the Grote Markt beside the Stad Huis (City Hall) - this area offers the best in night life and is the biggest tourist attraction of Antwerp)
Google map
irish-times-pub.net/antwerp
www.facebook.com/The-Irish-Times-Pub-Antwerp-129237410479512
+32 3 227 4360
[2006/7]

Antwerp
Kelly's Irish Pub
de Keyserlei 27
www.facebook.com/KellysAntwerp
www.kellysantwerp.be
+32 3 201 5985, +32 3 201 5980
Flemish Liverbird [13 Sept 2007]: Also our clubhouse & sponsor: Flemish Reds. Cheers! See you in Belgium!

Baarle-Hertog, Dutch/Belgian border
Café Schuttershof
Zondereigen 27
www.cafeschuttershof.be
www.facebook.com/café-schuttershof-259727941812
+32 14 63 31 69
info@cafeschuttershof.be
[31 Oct 2009]

Brussels
Celtica
Rue du Marché aux Poulets 55
jpg map
www.celticpubs.com/celtica/celticabxl.html
www.facebook.com/Celtica-190357264342175
+32 2 514 2269
George.Celtica@CelticPubs.com
[10 May 2006]: Pretty much always shows the Liverpool games. Dingy-ish bar but very cheap drink - 1 euro for bottles of Stella and Maes. Mixed crowd of people just happy to watch any game with the odd sprinkling of reds for the smaller games, livelier for the bigger games. Near the tourist areas so Brits pop in who are here for the weekend.

Brussels
Fat Boy's Sports Bar & Grill
5 Place du Luxembourg
Google map
www.facebook.com/Fat-Boys-Sports-Bar-Grill-113342625446787
+32 2 511 3266
ianreds@gmail.com
[3 May 2006]: A good place for a pint or several, 10 tvs, 1 big screen, several sat dishes which means they can show all liverpool games even if sky arent showing it (but ring them up to be 100%, you can check the website but they dont always put down all the games they are showing), good mix of supporters creates a lively atmosphere, shows most Premier League matches aswell so you can keep an eye on whats going on elsewhere, mostly expats, very good food for soaking up hangovers from the night before.

Charleroi
The Irish Times Pub
Boulevard Joseph Tirou 86 (the main shopping boulevard, 5 minutes walk from the river)
Google map
irish-times-pub.net/charleroi
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Irish-Times-Pub/197094730310862
+32 7 131 6152
[2006/7]

Hasselt
The Irish Times Pub
Fruitmarkt 32 (on the Fruit Markt, between the 2 main shopping streets - the centre point in night life in Hasselt)
Google map
irish-times-pub.net/hasselt
+32 1 124 2505
[2006/7]

Leuven
Thomas Stapleton
Standonckstraat 4
www.thomasstapleton.be
+32 1 629 3527
info@thomasstapleton.be
[18 Aug 2012]: Irish pub in the centre of Leuven that shows most games live. It can be fairly quiet for the majority of Liverpool games but lively and crowded for the bigger fixtures. Serves decent, if not greasy food on Sunday afternoons

Ostend
Madison Sport Arena
Van Iseghemlaan 38F
www.facebook.com/groups/118992788161558
0475 31 67 91
info@madisonsportarena.be
Flemish Liverbird [13 Sept 2007]: Also our clubhouse & sponsor: Flemish Reds. Cheers! See you in Belgium! ;)



Bulgaria

www.YNWatchA.com/bulgaria.html

Sofia
J.J.Murphy's
Karnigradska Street 6
www.jjmurphys.bg
www.facebook.com/JJ-Murphys-Irish-Pub-Sofia-100890470001696
+359 2 980 28 70
0878 333 457 (mobile)
info@jjmurphys.bg
MapBuH [5 Oct 2006]: The best Irish Bar in Sofia, favorite place for all ex-pats. Shows tons of football games (and sports in general), the English ones usually on Sky or BBC, the rest on Bulgarian Channels or on any channel that has them. Very good atmosphere for Liverpool matches, the crowd is mixture of Brits, Bulgarians and all kinds of football fans that happen to be in Sofia. The main match is on Big screen, if there is another game at the same time it's on some of the other TVs that are scattered across the pub. The staff is very friendly.



Croatia

www.YNWatchA.com/croatia.html



Cyprus

www.YNWatchA.com/cyprus.html

Larnaca
[1 Oct 2007]: There is a Liverpool pub in Larnaca. Down the side street where Hobo's is on the Fineguez

Limassol
shaba [3 Oct 2007]: The official Liverpool supporters club shall be soon at the step inn in limassol.....anyone needs to find out details..please contact me 99945214 or shaba777@hotmail.com

Paphos
Copa Bar & Grill
96 Tombs of The Kings Ave, Diamond Complex no. 25 (prime location in the tourist area, just behind Olivetti Restaurant)
www.facebook.com/Copa-Bar-Grill-369854097233
+357 26 100111
[31 Aug 2011]: Any one in Paphos Cyprus then check out the Copa. Always full of scousers and every game on the big screen.

Cyprus
[1 Oct 2007]: There are pubs that show Liverpool's games all around Cyprus. It can be difficult when it's Champions League and there is a Greek team playing, but there are some strictly british pubs out there.



Czech Republic

www.YNWatchA.com/czech-republic.html

Pilsen (Plzen)
Astra Sport Bar
Dlouhá 57, Plzeň - Lobzy (final stop of trolleybus No. 13)
www.sportbarastra.cz
377 450 408, 775 568 688
info@sportbarastra.cz
[28 Jan 2014]: website states they show sports
[24 Oct 2016]: Found out about this place by myself just right before the game. Saw one more couple supporting Reds inside, could be just the wrong fixture type to expect a huge gathering of local fans like that one on the photo. Still, very nice to see there is a big LFC fanbase.

Prague
Rocky O'Reilly's
Štěpánská 32
www.rockyoreillys.cz
www.facebook.com/Rocky-O-Reillys-Irish-Pub-191332027572639
+420 222 231 060
info@rockyoreillys.cz
[31 Mar 2009]: Great big screens.Very good bar.
[31 Mar 2009]: Yep I watched a game in there. Good pub.

Prague
JJ Murphy's
Trziste 4, Praha 1 (in Malastrana, on the Castle side of the Charles Bridge)
www.jjmurphys.cz
www.facebook.com/jjmurphysprague
+420 257 535 575
info@jjmurphys.cz or derek.irwin@rocketmail.com
[31 Mar 2009]: Couple of other really nice pubs nearby, U Mahelo Glena, which is a music bar with Gig's downstairs, and the one next door whose name escapes me but which does fantastic pizzas. Bit quieter over there than round the old town, but some people kinda like that :)

Prague
[25 June 2013]: There are two sports bars on Ve Smeckach. Street is a minute walk from Metro station 'Muzeum'. One is a generic grimy stag bar, but they have about 5 screens. A little further up the road there is Paddy Reilly's, which is much cheaper and more pleasant, but with fewer screens. Between the two you'll probably find LFC (as well as some interesting window displays at night ;))

Prague
[31 Mar 2009]: There's also another obligitory shite Irish bar at the top of the old town square that will have it on

Prague
Zlata Hvezda (also known as The Golden Star) - Now closed
Ve Smechkach 12, just off Vaclavske Namesti (Wenclasas Square)
www.sportbar.cz
[3 May 2006]: ... There is also a good group of regular expat/local Reds here for every game, including my mate Mr Shouty from the Outer Hebrides. ...
Velky Al [22 Feb 2007]: Well as I am Mr Shouty from the Outer Hebrides if anyone is coming over to Prague and wants to catch the game, drop me a line at velkyal@gmail.com and I will sort out tables for you (probably just tack you on to the end of my table).
Velky Al [31 Mar 2009]: There will be a fair few of us Prague fans in Zlata Hvezda.
[12 Dec 2011]: RIP Legendary Prague Sports Bar [RAWK thread]
[Dec 2015]: Zlata Hvezda is closed, but Lion & Ball Sportsbar Prague [see www.YNWatchA.com/Czech-Republic.html] uses the same web address.



Denmark

www.YNWatchA.com/denmark.html

Copenhagen
The Globe | Irish Pub
Nørregade 43-45
Google map
www.the-globe.dk
www.facebook.com/globeirishpub
+45 33 32 08 60
info@the-globe.dk
[5 Oct 2008]: A genuine Irish Pub in the middle of Copenhagen. Owner is an Irish Liverpool fan, and they've never missed a Liverpool game last season. Has a kitchen aswell, and prices are fair. Most of the crowd are brits.

Copenhagen
Southern Cross Pub
Løngangstræde 37
Google map
www.southerncross.dk
www.facebook.com/southerncross.dk
+45 33 11 09 39
[19 June 2013]: If you wanna watch the Reds in Copenhagen visit the pub: Southern Cross.

Copenhagen
The Dubliner
Amagertorv 5
www.thedubliner.dk
www.facebook.com/TheDublinerCopenhagen
Pub: +45 28 12 57 63, Booking: +45 33 32 22 26
the.dubliner@mail.dk
[5 Oct 2008]: Irish pub with English speaken staff. Has three big tvs and one big screen. Hasn't missed a Liverpool game this season. Great atmosphere and good food.

Odense
Kick Off Sportspub
Overgade 45-47
www.kickoff-sportspub.dk
www.facebook.com/kickoffsportspub
+45 66 14 88 11
mail@kickoff-sportspub.dk
[30 Mar 2010]: Showing English, German, Italian, Spanish and Danish football. Most of the members of the danish Liverpool fanclub, that live in Odense, meet here to watch the games. Great selection of beer, 2 big screens and 7 42" flatscreens. The prices are very fair, and the owner is a Liverpool fan.



Estonia

www.YNWatchA.com/estonia.html

Tallinn
Mad Murphy's Irish Bar (formerly Molly Malone's)
Mündi 2 (Old Town / Main Square)
www.facebook.com/MadMurphysIrishBar
+372 601 1070
mersey pirate [23 Aug 2010]: [Molly Malone's] Doesn't show all of the matches, but broadcasts big sporting events every day and Premier League games, especially Liverpool games, count as that. I only discovered it lately so don't no much more about it, but so far they have shown all Pool games this season. Located in the easiest place to find in Tallinn - town hall square.
mersey pirate [8 Dec 2015]: Molly Malone's is closed but a very similar pub is now operating at the same place. The facebook page features their sport schedule in the form of pictures. It is quite a tourist oriented venue as it is in city center.

Tallinn
Hiiu Pubi
Pärnu maantee (mnt) 325
jpg map
hiiupubi.ee
www.facebook.com/hiiu.pubi
+372 652 5290
info@hiiupubi.ee
mersey pirate [8 Dec 2015]: I also asked around and found an alternative for Mad Murphy's. Out of city center and much more frequented by locals.

Tallinn
Olleklubi Brewery
Pikk 1, Tallinn
brewery.ee
+372 631 3631
[6 Dec 2016]: Multiple screens, good beer & food. Shows all big premier league & European games.

Tartu
Illegaard
Ülikooli 5
www.illekas.ee/?page_id=62
+372 740 17 14
info@illekas.ee
mersey pirate [8 Dec 2015]: And I also have a location for Estonia's second largest city Tartu. The homepage features some sort of schedule. I haven't been there myself, but I've been told that it shows most games (at least PL I imagine) and local Reds also sometimes watch the games there.

Estonia
Liverpool FC Eesti - Estonian Reds
mersey pirate [8 Dec 2015]: I can confirm that this page is still active and if need be, enquiries can be made there about possible venues.



Faroe Islands

www.YNWatchA.com/faroe-islands.html



Finland

www.YNWatchA.com/finland.html

Helsinki
Sports Academy
Kaivokatu 8
www.sportsacademy.fi
+358 10 7664300
sports.academy.helsinki@sok.fi
Helsinki Red [27 Mar 2007]: Easy to find. In the heart of Helsinki just across the main railway station. It's the biggest sports bar in Finland. One big screen and many tellys around the place. They have Canal+ and Viasat which show almost every LFC game. Food range is quite good but drink range is mainly boring Finnish lagers but they do have some quality beers available. Finnish Supporters Branch.

Mikkeli
Pub Jälkipeli
Mikonkatu 5
www.facebook.com/jalkipeli
+358 44 0752466
FinnishRed [5 May 2006]: Next to Urheilupuisto, the home of Mikkeli's two football clubs, MP and MIKI. Nice and tiny sports pub which has Canal + and Viasat, so they're showing plenty of footy from different countries. Usually showing every LFC match that's on Canal plus or on Viasat. Has one big screen, four LCD screens and two tellys. The drink range is OK, mainly finnish beers (reindeer's piss), but they also have the likes of Newcastle Brown Ale, Fosters, Beamis Stout plus some ciders as well. Decent place.



France

www.YNWatchA.com/france.html

Bordeaux
The Connemara
14-18 Cours d'Albret (in the centre, behind the Town Hall)
Google map
www.connemara-pub.com
www.facebook.com/The-Connemara-Irish-Pub-135544663727
TV schedule
+33 5 56 52 82 57
[16 May 2007]: It's where the local Liverpool supporters club meet
[3 Mar 2011]: If your in Bordeaux try here, it's the home of the French Supporters Club in Bordeaux. When the Reds played there in 2006 it was rocking and Vlaimir Smicer popped in for a bevvie before getting swamped by the Red Army !!! The owner Franck is a Manc but a sound lad.

Bordeaux
Dick Turpins
72 Rue du Loup
www.facebook.com/Dick-Turpins-22534111910
+33 5 56 48 07 52
[13 Sept 2007]: You can also try ringing Dick Turpins

Brest
The Dubliners
28 Rue Mathieu Donnart
www.facebook.com/dub.dubliners
+33 2 98 46 04 98
[2006/7]: The waiter is an english man utd fan, but he's a funny guy. that's a beautiful place with lots of pictures of irish writers. the landlady is irish.

Lyon
Wallace Bar
2 Rue Octavio Mey
Google map
wallacebarlyon.com
www.facebook.com/wallace.bar.9
+33 4 72 00 23 91
wallacelyon@wanadoo.fr
[12 May 2006]: New pub, nice inside, had a decent atmosphere during the Benfica game, again the facility to show two sports events at once, both with sound, where most Liverpool fans Ive met have watched games if not at the Smoking Dog.
[18 May 2006]: This is the pub I watched Saturdays game in, atmosphere was brilliant

Lyon
The Smoking Dog
16 Rue Lainerie
www.facebook.com/Smoking-Dog-Lyon-325748004467
+33 4 78 28 38 27
[12 May 2006]: This is where Ive watched most of our games this season, generally decent atmosphere, relatively cheap beer. Sometimes will not have sound on several matches but has several areas so that different sports can be shown consecutively and somewhere generally has sound

Lyon
Johnny Walsh's Irish Pub
56 Rue St George
www.facebook.com/johnnywalshs
@JohnnyWalshs
04 78-42-98-76
[12 May 2006]: Good pub for footy at weekends, main problem are the opening hours, and generally owners will only open early for Man Utd or Ireland games, and often midweek games will be on without sound.

Lyon
Albion Public House
12 rue Sainte-Catherine
Google map
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Albion/180346391991071
+33 6 44 05 04 79
[12 May 2006]: Bit out of the way of the rest of them and can be difficult to find unless you already know it. Not sure what its like for games but several members of staff are Liverpool fans so shouldnt be too much of a problem

Nice
Wayne's Bar
15 Rue de la Préfecture (in the heart of the old town of Nice - a minute from the Palais du Justice, it's easy to find)
www.waynes.fr
www.facebook.com/Waynes-Bar-130528630332857
+33 4 93 13 46 99
[5 Apr 2014]: Waynes bar in the old town or Ma Nolans down by the port. Both show English PL matches televised by sky.

Nice
Ma Nolan's Irish Pubs, Vieux Nice
2 Rue Saint François De Paule
www.ma-nolans.com/our-irish-pubs/vieux-nice
www.facebook.com/manolansvieuxnice
+33 4 93 80 23 87
info@ma-nolans.com
[5 Apr 2014]: Waynes bar in the old town or Ma Nolans down by the port. Both show English PL matches televised by sky.

Paris
Lush Bar
16 Rue des Dames (near to Place de Clichy in the North of Paris)
Metro: Place de Clichy on Line 2 & 13 or La Fourche on Line 13
Bus: Place de Clichy - Lines 30, 54, 68, 74, 80, 81 & 95
Vélib': Rue des Batignolles & Place de Clichy
@LUSHBARPARIS
www.facebook.com/lush.bar.5
www.facebook.com/pages/Lush-Bar/164377133579711
+33 1 43 87 49 46
www.liverpool-france.com/forum/topic/3362-lush-bar-à-paris-watch-the-reds-in-paris
www.liverpoolfrance.com/ou-voir-les-reds
[3 May 2006]: This pub is where the official French branch meet as the place is run by the association Chairman. All LFC games are shown on a big screen, it's a nice place full of reds and the singing can go quite well (for the last derby, the singing was going along with what we heard from Anfield. "We've only got ten men" springs immediately to mind). Pool on the basement.
[5 Nov 2008]: I can just say it was great, the right amount of huyton intellectuals wirral exisantialsts (sp Philip). Very very good night (and free food :D)
camelialfc [6 Dec 2008]: Glad you like our bar in Paris, :-) there's not always free food, the paella was only for the Atletico game!
ant [19 Oct 2015]: For all Liverpool fans in France or Paris this is the place to be if you want to see the Mighty Reds playing on the tele, it's the Spion Kop of Paris ! We get lots of supporters on holiday in Paris or at Disneyland Paris and they can just pop in and enjoy the games with other like minded fans from all over the world. There is a great mix of young and old and everyone is welcome ! Ask the bar staff to speak to Ant or Isaac if there about and they will help you find out more about the French Branch and how we can help our members and LFC. FREE Wi-Fi connection available ! Have fun in gay Paris ! YNWA. Ant.
[24 Oct 2016]: Had a great time at Lush bar in Paris for the United match. Great atmosphere and decent beers on offer will definitely be back next time round!

Paris
The Frog & Rosbif
116 rue St. Denis (just around the corner from the rue Montorgueil, the oldest market street in Paris. Metro: Étienne Marcel)
Google map
www.frogpubs.com/pub-rosbif-paris.php
www.allomatch.com/sport-bar/paris/the-frog-rosbif.html
+33 1 42 36 34 73
sinead@frogpubs.com
This is a beautiful English pub with a busy little brewery in the cellar. It is a popular & famous live sports venue.
[4 Oct 2009]: There should be loads but I normally watch sport at The Frog & Rosbif.
[19 Oct 2015]: I ended up watching it in the Frog and Rosbiff. Great little pub just round the corner from where we are staying, will be watching the match there in a couple of weeks when I am back.



Germany

www.YNWatchA.com/germany.html

Augsburg
Murdock's Irish Pub
Am Roten Tor 8 (right beside “Rotes Tor” and the Freilichtbühne, a 2 minute walk from the “Augsburger Puppenkiste”)
www.murdocks.de
0821 319 5910
[11 Feb 2011]: Nice place with good food. 1 tv (of 4) is always on an English sport channel. Waiteres speak English.

Berlin
Kilkenny Irish Pub
S-Bahnhof Hackescher Markt, Am Zwirngraben 17-20 (get off the train at Hackerscher Markt Station, one stop from Alexanderplatz. Pub is just downstairs, about a 30 second walk away)
www.kilkenny-pub.de
(030) 283 20 84 (Monday-Sunday from 4pm)
post@kilkenny-pub.de
[28 Jan 2015]: Shows all televised EPL games. I watched a few games in there and there was a decent atmosphere.

Berlin
Oscar Wilde Irish Pub
Friedrichstraße 112A
www.oscar-wilde-irish-pub.de
+49 30 282 81 66
oscar_wilde_irish_pub@hotmail.com
[27 Feb 2010]

Cologne
Barney Vallely's
Kleine Budengasse 7-9 (in the Altstadt (old town), in the heart of Cologne)
www.barneyvallelys.com
+49 221 257 0820
info@barneyvallelys.com
[4 Feb 2016]: This is my recommendation for Cologne. 2 mins walk from the Cathedral/Hbf. They've had every Liverpool game I've wanted to see in there over the years, and they'll even help you get something set up on a stream if they can't get it on TV. They have UK Sky and BT Sport in there as well as German Sky.

Dusseldorf
O’Reilly’s
Mutter-Ey-Straße 1
oreillys.com/dusseldorf.html
www.facebook.com/oreillysduesseldorf
+49 211 8639085
Liver_Andy77 [2006/7]: Irish pub in the middle of the famous old town. Live football on 4 big screens. Most of the Liverpool matches will be shown.
[Dec 2015]: New address

Freiburg
O'Kelly's Irish Pub
Milchstrasse 1
www.okellys.de
www.facebook.com/okellysirishpub
@okellysfreiburg
+49 761 2855774
[17 Feb 2007]: If sarah has paid the subscription SKY sports and local premier channels usually cover the games ...risk of mixing with a decent geordie (keith) a real G*t of a Manc and the usual casual cockneeees, even get the occasional paddy in from time to time, sold their soul to the locals though, even might talk german to you! (cheek!) ;-)

Hamburg
Paddy's Bar
Schauenburger Str. 40 Hamburg (round the corner from Town Hall)
Google map
paddysbar-hamburg.com
+49 173 2382654
info@paddysbar-hamburg.com
[20 Mar 2015]: Pretty small pub with 3 tellys, two in the bar area and the other in a small sort of loungy bit. Watched the Southampton game in there, bottled beer is 4 flippin 50. Can't really say anything about the atmosphere as the only other Liverpool fans in there had to leave after ten minutes to catch a plane. The toilet was covered in HJC and JFT96 stickers, friendly staff who really want to make you feel good about having one beer after the other. Before my trip I asked them on Facebook to see if the game was gonna be shown, got a "YES!!" within two minutes.
[18 Apr 2016]: I'll echo Paddys bar in Hamburg. Three screens showing three games and a laptop showing a fourth. Friendly barstaff and loads of expats drinking in there. ...

Hamburg
Irish Pub in the Fleetenkieker
Börsenbrücke 10, 20457 Hamburg
www.irishpub-fleetenkieker.de
+49 40 36093599
info@irishpub-fleetenkieker.de
[18 Apr 2016]: ... Also in Hamburg near the town hall is www.irishpub-fleetenkieker.de. Its underneath a restaurant and has three screens. Was only showing one game but they had three English commentary on and they did food  (paddys is frozen pizza or toastie) didn't eat but it may be important for some

Hamburg
Murphy's Irish Pub
Friedrichstraße 24 (just off Hans Albers Platz / Reeperbahn)
www.murphys-hh.de
+49 40 38633480
Party Phil [8 Dec 2007]: The problem with Hamburg is that although there's quite a lot of Irish pubs, not too many of them show the footy, and those that do aren't that reliable. Between Finnegan's [now closed] and Murphy's I've managed to see almost every game this season, but it's a bit of a lottery whether you'll turn up and the game will be on. I find Murphy's to be less reliable than Finnegan's (esp for CL games).

Mannheim
Murphys Law
Kaiserring 10-12 (outside main station to the right)
www.murphyslaw-mannheim.com
www.facebook.com/Murphys-Law-Irish-Pub-Mannheim-256383857484
+49 621 1563925
info@murphyslaw-mannheim.com
cn23 [6 May 2006]

Munich
Ned Kelly's and Kilian's
Frauenplatz 11 (right next to the Frauenkirche (the cathedral with the onion-domed towers) in the middle of the city centre)
Google map
www.nedkellysbar.com
www.kiliansirishpub.com
www.facebook.com/Ned-Kellys-Australian-Bar-112589625468322
www.facebook.com/Kilians-Irish-Pub-123296694391131
+49 89 24 21 98 99
team@nedkellysbar.com
team@kiliansirishpub.com
[27 Aug 2009]: A basement bar split into two parts. Kilian's is an Irish theme pub, Ned Kelly's attempts to be more Australian. If the game is on Sky or ESPN, it will be on in one of these two (usually Ned's), and for the Villa game there was a healthy collection of Reds in there. It has, however, served as a meeting point for Mancs for some of their games on other occasions, so be warned, and for LFC v Manc games, the Shamrock (see below) is a better option. The location at least is perfect for most visitors. Will also show 3pm kick offs if broadcast on Setanta Ireland.
[28 Jan 2015]: Ned Kelly's (Australian) - I watched multiple matches in here and there's a lot of English people and fans of the game in general, it was packed every time with a great atmosphere. A few Utd fans like is suggested but I had no problems with them despite cheering Fulham's great comeback to level it 2-2 in injury time thanks to Darren Bent.

Munich
Kennedy's Bar and Restaurant
Sendlinger-Tor-Platz 11 (right at the U-Bahn station "Sendlinger Tor")
www.kennedysmunich.com
www.facebook.com/Kennedys-Bar-Restaurant-Munich-191676660865389
+49 89 599 88 460
[13 Feb 2015]: Another Irish Pub in Munich, owned by the same bloke as Kilians/Ned's. Basement Pub like Kilians but a bit bigger, live music nearly every night, (Beware of Karaoke). Nice warm-ish atmosphere, about 7 tellys in the place, mostly showing different games. Probably not the best place to watch, as the TVs are mostly muted. I've only ever watched our game against Everton (4-0) in there, always a few reds around. Other than that, best bet is to watch the games in Ned Kellys.

Munich
The Keg Bar
Trautenwolfstraße 1, 80802 Munich
thekeg.de
+49 89 38999950
info@thekeg.de
[27 Aug 2016]: American place. Loads of US-Mancs behind the bar. Tegernseer on tap, Guiness too. Food is good and a lot cheaper than in the irish pubs. One massive screen, one big telly and a small one above the bar. Watched us beat Arsenal there two weeks ago, the place was dead thanks to the weather. It says on the website (horribly outdated) that they open at 5pm but during the Premier League Season they open an hour before the lunchtime kick off.

Munich
Shamrock
Trautenwolfstraße 6
www.facebook.com/ShamrockMunich
+49 89 331081
[27 Aug 2009]: In the Schwabing district close to the Englischer Garten. Closed on Saturday afternoons and Sunday & Monday nights, although they can usually be relied upon to open early for big games on Saturdays and they have been known to to open on Sunday afternoons to show matches. A better bet for midweek CL games than Kilian's/Ned's because it doesn't get as busy and there are always more Reds than Mancs in there.

Stuttgart
Biddy Early's Irish Pub
Marienstraße 28
Google map
biddyearlys.com
+49 711 615 98 53
info@biddyearlys.com
[20 Mar 2015]: Basement Pub. I really love this place and I don't know why. AFAIK there's two tellys. Watched the FA Cup defeat to Arsenal in there last February, sitting at the bar with a Irish Red next to me and a couple of other Liverpool fans who didn't pay much attention to the game and no one talked to each other. Game was shit as well, but the local Lager is quite nice and once the football watching folk is gone, you can meet some really friendly people in there. I was only there once, so maybe the atmosphere can be quite nice.

Stuttgart
O'Reilly's Irish Pub
Reuchlinstrasse 27
www.oreillys.de
www.facebook.com/OReillys-Irish-Pub-151551111550149
+49 711 626578
oreillysstuttgart@yahoo.com
[10 Dec 2009]

Wiesbaden
Irish Pub Wiesbaden
Michelsberg 15 (nearest bus stop: Michelsberg - no. 6)
theirish.pub/wiesbaden
+49 611 300849
[2006/7]: Open every day from 5pm (often open early at the weekend if we've got a match on). Manager Liverpool fan.



Gibraltar

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The Gibraltar Arms
184 Main Street (next to Stag Bros')
www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g187510-d1233512-Reviews-Gibraltar_Arms-Gibraltar.html
200 72133
gibraltararms@events.gi
[28 Nov 2010]

Gibraltar Supporters Club
32 Durban Court, Harbour Views
Contact: Julian Sene
+350 540 27636
+350 200 47337 (mobile)
julfava@hotmail.com
[28 Nov 2010]



Greece

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Athens
Athens Sports Bar
3A Veikou Street, Makryianni (pretty central location not far from the Acropolis Metro station and visitor centre)
www.athenssportsbar.com
www.facebook.com/athenssportsbar
+30 21 0923 5811, +30 21 0923 0756
info@athenssportsbar.gr
[21 Jan 2016]: Shows multiple games on different screens. Cheap beer, great Mojitos and good food, particularly the Fish & Chips! Website details full calendar of games plus they can usually stream most online also.

Ios
Ali Baba's
The Village, Ios
alibabasios.wordpress.com
2286091558
alibabasios@hotmail.com
ant [12 Oct 2006]: Just got back from island hopping in greece and met up with a guy called cooky a liverpool fan who owns ali baba's thai restaurant. big screen and great traditional thai food cooked by 2 thai ladies. he knows the score when it comes to lfc so pop in and say hello and you got a tip off from the french branch of supporters, it will put a smile on his face.

Kos
Crossroads Bar
Kardamena (near Slammers and Wicked)
www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g659630-d4600488-Reviews-Crossroads_Bar_Kardamena_Kos-Kardamena_Kos_Dodecanese_South_Aegean.html
www.facebook.com/pages/Crossroads-Bar/213508502014148
[8 Dec 2008]: The ONLY place to watch ANY football in Kardamena (I worked there for 5 years). The best atmosphere, more screens than any other bar, so they'll be able to show as many games as there are on.



Hungary

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Budapest
The Caledonia
VI.ker Mozsár str. 9
Google map
www.kaledonia.hu/en
www.facebook.com/caledoniabudapest
@CaledoniaPubBp
+36 1 311 7611
info@caledonia.hu
tepy75 [10 Sept 2008]: Bit small but nice looking pub in the city centre, close to Octogon square. The ownership are Scottish. Setanta, ITV and Sky Sports are available. A pint of Belhaven is about 2 quid. I love this place. Friendly staff.
tepy75 [22 Apr 2010]: "Friendly staff" crossed out!

Budapest
Longford Irish Pub
Feherhajo u. 5
www.facebook.com/pages/Longford-Irish-Pub-And-Restaurant/183586055025868
+36 1 267-2766 and +36 1 267-7877
tepy75 [10 September 2008]: Much larger than Caledonia, but more expensive pub in city centre very close to the Deak ter metro station. Large canvas with ITV and Sky Sports. Good memories from 2005 UCL final :-). Popular British tourist target. Guiness around 4(!) quids. Fookin good hamburger.



Iceland

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Reykjavik
The English Pub (Enski barinn)
Austurstræti 12, Miðborg
www.enskibarinn.is/en
www.facebook.com/EnglishPubReykjavik
+354 578 0400
info@enskibarinn.is
[24 Apr 2014]: The gaumbar that is listed for Iceland was not open. I watched the game in a very friendly pub full of Icelandic Liverpool fans called the English Pub. Just incase anyone else is on their travels. They had 6 massive screens

Reykjavik
Glaumbar
Tryggvagata 20, 101 Reykjavík
www.glaumbar.is
www.facebook.com/glaumbar
+354 552 6868
glaumbar@glaumbar.is
Only open on Weds & Thurs 8pm till 1am and Fri & Sat 8pm till 4:30am
TheHulk [Jan 2008]: Sports bar in central Reykjavik



Ireland

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Cork
Dublin
Galway
Kerry
Waterford



County Cork

Cobh
The Rob Roy Bar
2/3 Pearse Square
www.facebook.com/RobRoyCobh
021 481 1055
sammylee [13 May 2006]: Great local pub with huge Liverpool support


County Dublin

Dublin 2
Sinnotts Bar
South King Street (directly under St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre)
Google map
www.sinnotts.ie
@sinnottsbardub
www.facebook.com/Sinnotts
01 478 4698
info@sinnotts.ie
[17 Aug 2005]: used to be good for Liverpool matches, haven't been there for an age though
[22 Aug 2006]: avoid sinnotts or fitzsimons
[9 Mar 2012]: Recommended
[18 Oct 2012]: Head to The Living Room, The Woolshed or Sinnotts for somewhere with abit of atmosphere
[22 June 2013]: Sinnotts is probably the most well known Football pub
[8 Oct 2013]: Usually a decent place to watch games
[23 Oct 2013]: Sinnotts is a nicer spot [than Murray's bar]
[24 Oct 2013]: Was just about to post this almost word for word.
[24 Oct 2013]: Very true, Sinnotts is a much nicer spot. Totally forgot about it. And it is showing the game too!
[28 Mar 2014]: Good. I have also watched in the Wool Shed which is ok but I'd prefer Sinnots. Think Sinnots is a pretty big Liverpool pub, decent-ish sports bar type food as well wings etc and a massive screen.
[25 Nov 2015]: Good (although I find it a bit small)
[25 Nov 2015]: Good spot to watch it
[25 Nov 2015]: My go to place if I'm in town
[25 Nov 2015]: Sinnotts/Murray's etc always stream the games for the big clubs e.g. Liverpool, that aren't being shown on Sky/BT etc
[25 Nov 2015]: Nice bar and do a nice bit of grub with your few pints.Show pretty much every match, its a nice time of year to drink up that end of town.
[26 Nov 2015]: If you want somewhere with a bit of an atmosphere for the match head to The Woolshed or The Living Room. Theres Sinnotts if you're over the other side of the city. Cant really go wrong with any of those.

Dublin 1
Woolshed Baa & Grill
The Parnell Centre, Parnell Street (next to Cineworld and opposite Smyths Toys, a minutes walk from the Jervis St. Luas stop and 5 minutes from Temple Bar)
Google map
www.woolshedbaa.com/dublin
www.facebook.com/woolshed.dublin
01 872 4325
info@woolshedbaa.com
[14 May 2011]: the woolshed is decent.
[9 Mar 2012]: Recommended
[18 Oct 2012]: Head to The Living Room, The Woolshed or Sinnotts for somewhere with abit of atmosphere.
[19 Oct 2012]: ... great shouts. Woolshed the best imo, loads of screens and good seats(just need to get there early to get the best ones) and they do nice grub aswell.
[26 Feb 2014]: good sports bar
[28 Mar 2014]: Sinnots is good. I have also watched in the Wool Shed which is ok but I'd prefer Sinnots. ... Woolshed has loads of screens but can be showing alsorts of games especially on saturdays when they have all the 3pm games. Might be different on a Sunday when its just the Sky games and some European league games on at the same time.
[24 Nov 2015]: Woolshed will have it mate
[25 Nov 2015]: Woolshed is good
[26 Nov 2015]: If you want somewhere with a bit of an atmosphere for the match head to The Woolshed or The Living Room. Theres Sinnotts if you're over the other side of the city. Cant really go wrong with any of those.
[27 Nov 2015]: If you your gonna get to the boozer early and like nice grub, woolshed all the way. Cheap enough too if ya drink Aussie lager with the pitchers!

Dublin 1
Murray's Bar (formerly Frazer's)
33-34 Upper O’Connell Street
Google map
www.murraysbar.eu/sport - "all games listed on this page are also screened in The Living Room pub, Cathal Brugha St. If we are closed for late night games, please go to Fibber Magees (just around the corner)"
www.facebook.com/Murrays-Bar-O-Connell-Street-113582952060410
@murraysofdublin
01 87 87505
info@murraysbarandgrill.ie
[2006/7]: [Frazer's] Schithole, but almost every Liverpool match is shown
[21 Aug 2006]: Frazer's is probably your best bet mate....it's the most central...always has a good gathering of reds....but it's a bit of a shit hole.
[24 Nov 2015]: I'm staying in the arlington by o'connell bridge so any right near that would be good!
[25 Nov 2015]: Murray's Bar is good ! 5 minutes walk up O'Connell Street from your hotel. Only been in once. Good atmosphere.
[25 Nov 2015]: Sinnotts/Murray's etc always stream the games for the big clubs e.g. Liverpool, that aren't being shown on Sky/BT etc
[25 Nov 2015]: A lot of Liverpool supporters clubs drink out of Murray's. Good pub. And they will diffently have the game on

Dublin 1
The Living Room
Cathal Brugha St
Google map
www.thelivingroom.ie/sports/3d-hd-screens
www.facebook.com/thelivingroomd1
@Thelivingroomd1
01 872 7169
info@thelivingroom.ie
"newly revamped" in October 2015. "25 new 4K screens ... 3D screens ... Europe’s largest outdoor screen"
[14 May 2011]: really good for watching football, especially if you're a smoker. There's a huge smoking area out the back with three big screen tvs. It's got a roof in case it's raining and heaters in case it's cold. There's a pretty high chance of both.
[18 Oct 2012]: Head to The Living Room, The Woolshed or Sinnotts for somewhere with abit of atmosphere.
[27 Mar 2014]: I've been told The Living Room isn't a bad place to watch a match, loads of big screens and stuff. I think it does pitchers too which also helps price-wise.
[31 Mar 2014]: Great sports bar with loadsa screens showing footie from everywhere and anywhere - reasonably priced pints and their food was good too - would def go back or recommend it to anyone.
[24 Nov 2015]: I'd highly recommend The Living Room
[25 Nov 2015]: I think its a filthy kip with shit Tellys and full of little Knackers, watched a few matches in it and wasnt gone on it.
[25 Nov 2015]: I'm guessing you're talking about before the refurb?
[25 Nov 2015]: Yeah must be mate, its probably about a year since i was in there and they defo had no 4k tvs, to be honest they needed to do something with it , when you went out the back it had a beer garden with tvs, that was shared with murrays and fibber magees and in one part you had eastern Europeans watching their respective leagues ,then all other nationalities scattered around watching their leagues , it was one of these places that you where on edge waiting for something to kick off.
[25 Nov 2015]: I watched footie at the living room a few years ago and was extremely impressed.
[26 Nov 2015]: If you want somewhere with a bit of an atmosphere for the match head to The Woolshed or The Living Room. Theres Sinnotts if you're over the other side of the city. Cant really go wrong with any of those.

Dublin 2, Temple Bar
Fitzsimons Temple Bar
21-22 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar
Google map
www.fitzsimonshotel.com
www.facebook.com/Fitzsimonsbar
01 677 9315
info@fitzsimonshotel.com
[18 Jan 2006]: great spot with the biggest screen in Ireland!
[22 Aug 2006]: avoid sinnotts or fitzsimons
[15 May 2007]: A good venue (and a lucky one for Liverpool too, or so I've been told).
[15 May 2007]: places like fitzimmons will no doubt have fans of other teams and I dont want that!!

Dublin 1
The Arlington Hotel
23-25 Bachelors Walk, O'Connell Bridge
Google map
www.arlington.ie/terrace-cafe.html
www.facebook.com/TheArlingtonHotelOConnellBridge
01 804 9100
[24 Nov 2015]: I'm staying in the arlington so any right near that would be good!
[25 Nov 2015]: The Arlington has a massive bar with the football on the tv and big screens , it is a nice spot actually.
[25 Nov 2015]: now that's handy! i've stayed in alrington before and the bar there is really good

Dublin 2, Temple Bar
Buskers Bar
13-17 Fleet St
www.buskersbar.com
086 6629575
[22 Aug 2006]: was packed with liverpudlians last week.probably your safest bet and very central

Dublin 2
The Hairy Lemon
41-42 Stephen Street Lower
thehairylemon.ie
01 671 8949
info@thehairylemon.ie
[17 Sept 2004]: I usually go to the Hairy Lemon - just off Grafton Street near Break for the Border

Dublin 1
The Flowing Tide
9 Lower Abbey St
www.facebook.com/singlesbardublin
01 874 4108
[12 Oct 2003]

Dublin 2
The Duke
8&9 Duke Street
www.thedukedublin.com
01 679 9553
thedukedublin@gmail.com
[22 Aug 2006]: i recommend the duke off grafton st. avoid sinnotts or fitzsimons

Dublin 4
Searsons of Baggot Street
42-44 Upper Baggot St
searsonsbar.ie
01 660 0330
hello@searsonsbar.ie
[15 May 2011]: Baggots street is decent and its close to the stadium.
[19 Aug 2011]: Pretty good
[19 Aug 2011]: I like the Searsons suggestion the most
[19 Aug 2011]: Thats why i said it first ;D Nice wee beer garden out the back too for those needin smokies

Dublin 4
The Chop House Gastro Pub
2 Shelbourne Rd, Ballsbridge
thechophouse.ie
01 6602390
info@thechophouse.ie
[19 Aug 2011]: I haven't been there in a fair few years, but used to be decent. Across the road and about 200yards towards town is The Gasworks.

Dublin 4
The Gasworks Bar
Grand Canal Hotel, Grand Canal Street Upper, Ballsbridge
www.grandcanalhotel.ie/dining-restaurant.html
01 646 1000
reception@grandcanalhotel.com
[19 Aug 2011]: Used to be Biddy Mulligans i think. while not an amazing pub, it will defo have the game on

Dublin 9
The Cat & Cage
74 Drumcondra Road Upper, Drumcondra
Google map
www.catandcage.ie
www.facebook.com/catandcagebar
01 857 3809
[23 Aug 2006]: Not the best bar in the world by any stretch but is home to one of the supporters clubs and there are always loads of reds there for games. They have all the satellite channels too so nearly every one of our games is on there.
[26 Nov 2015]: Comment above possibly out of date: www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~dculfc/canalplus.html

Dublin (Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown)
O'Sheas Clonskeagh House
68 Clonskeagh Road, Dublin 6 (or Clonskeagh, Dublin 14?)
www.facebook.com/pages/OSheas-Clonskeagh-House/194942097184241
www.yelp.ie/biz/o-sheas-clonskeagh
www.yelp.ie/biz/o-sheas-clonskeagh-house-dublin
01 283 0189
[1 Sept 2006]: Will you include my local please. Has Sky and ART so shows almost all games. Has a signed shirt from the early 90's and is handily close to UCD, Dublins largest 3rd level college. Cheers

Dublin:
[24 Nov 2015]: Check out these lads, all good reds - www.facebook.com/groups/729683343831903

Glasnevin, near DCU
Porterhouse North
Cross Guns Bridge
www.theporterhouse.ie/bars-dublin-north.php
01 830 9884
keithm@theporterhouse.ie
[21 Aug 2006]: If your near dcu try this place. Great pub, home brewery the brainblasta and oyster stout are great.

Glasnevin, near DCU
The Slipper
125 Ballymun Road, Dublin 9
www.facebook.com/The-Slipper-113981795344206
01 857 0114
[22 Aug 2006]: I suggest either the Slipper or the Autobahn,both very near to DCU. the Porterhouse is not too far away either.

Glasnevin, near DCU
The Autobahn Road House
73/77 Glasnevin Avenue, Dublin 11
autobahnpub.ie
01 842-5201
info@autobahnpub.ie
[22 Aug 2006]: I suggest either the Slipper or the Autobahn,both very near to DCU. the Porterhouse is not too far away either.
[22 Aug 2006]: The A1 is a good spot alright, few mates gargle there

Stillorgan
The Stillorgan Orchard
1 The Hill
www.stillorganorchard.com
01 288 6793
info@stillorganorchard.com
[14 Oct 2003]: Will be showing it tomorrow. I'm going there.

Tallaght (South Dublin)
The Penny Black
Tymon North, Dublin 24 (next to Castletymon Shopping Centre, near the National Basketball Arena)
Google map
www.thepennyblack.ie
01 452 5876
[6 May 2006]: Big liverpool support base...great atmosphere for all liverpool games.


County Galway

Galway
Tigh Fox
Forster Street (corner of Eyre Square, yards from Galway Train Station and Galway Coach Station)
thisisgalway.ie/drink-galway/tigh-fox-trad-house
www.facebook.com/foxsporterhouse
091 563237
[6 Dec 2008]: Home of the Liverpool Galway Supporter's club - The Heart In Hand Liverpool Supporters Club


County Kerry

Tralee
The Huddle
Strand Street
066 712 3977
[6 May 2009]: Known as Tralee's base for Liverpool supporters and the largest sports bar in Co. Kerry


County Waterford

Waterford, Ballybricken
Alfie Hale (Alfie's On The Hill)
10 Ballybricken
www.facebook.com/Alfies-On-The-Hill-305998496240598
www.facebook.com/pages/Alfie-Hales-Ballybricken/214378598597831
051 857 355, 051 856 264
[24 Aug 2006] Choice of 3 Alfie Hales in the city centre [now 2].

Waterford
Alfie Hale
64 Barrack St
051 37 4231
[24 Aug 2006] Choice of 3 Alfie Hales in the city centre [now 2].
[28 Apr 2015]: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jz4RbNo6iT8

Waterford
Alfie Hale's Sports Bar [closed]
Lombard St
[24 Aug 2006]: Choice of 3 Alfie Hales in the city centre. (Lombard Street is where I am most nights.)
[31 Jan 2012]: The Lombard St location has closed. Other options: www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=2056535003


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Italy
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Israel

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Eilat
Underground
Merkaz Hatayarut Hayashan (just ask anyone for directions)
08-6370239
bad2dabone [2006/7]: Show lots of footy here and usualy good atmosphere on match days great bar staff ,dont have to wait long for your drinks,also is listed in the top 20 best pints of guiness outside of Ireland

Herzliya
Mike's Place
Abba Eban 10 (Herzliya Pituah)
Google map
www.mikesplacebars.com/location.html
09-835-9050
Strawberry Fields. [2007/8]

Jerusalem
Hataklit ("The Record")
Heleni ha-Malka St 7
www.facebook.com/hataklit
+972 2 6244073
Opens early on match days
straw_donkey [12 Aug 2010]: A great bar in central Jerusalem, about 50 meters from Jaffa st. Has a satellite dish so you could get to watch footy without the ignorant Israeli pundits. Shows all the Liverpool matches on a big screen.

Tel-Aviv
Mike's Place
Herbert Samuel 86 (next to American embassy, near the Tel-Aviv beach)
Google map
www.mikesplacebars.com
www.facebook.com/MikesPlaceTelAviv
+972 3 510 6392
Strawberry Fields [2007/8]: The new home of LFC's official Israeli supports branch. Great atmosphere and collection of beer and it's by the sea so the air is nice and you can always find something to do before and after the game on the esplanade.

Tel Aviv
Leo Bloom's Traditional Irish Pub
Ziv Towers, Raoul Wallenberg 24, Ramat Hahayal
jpg map
www.leoblooms.com
03 6482126
bad2dabone [2006/7]: Watched the 2006 FA Cup final here. Great atmosphere, lots of singing, lots of reds. Has a happy hour usually about the time of the game, so not too expensive.

Tel Aviv
M.A.S.H.
275 Dizengoff St
www.mash.co.il/english.htm
+972 3 605 1007
straw_donkey [2006/7]: M.A.S.H (More Alcohol Served Here) is not really a big pub, but is about the only pub who gives you a chance to watch all the Liverpool FC matches (and other teams' footy + Rugby matches also, if you're into it), and is currently the meeting place for the Official Israeli LFC supporters club. Decent pub food I guess, a nice selection of drinks. Happy hour, with 25% discount on drinks, is 5 to 8pm.

Israel
straw_donkey [18 Mar 2014]: The Man U-LFC match coincided with Purim, the Jewish dress-up holiday.... a day off for all. Some stills from the Official Israeli Supporters Branch then... www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uwWyAX9abk



Italy

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Bologna
Celtic Druid Irish Pub
Via Caduti di Cefalonia, 5/c
www.celticdruid.com
+39 051 227518
[29 Nov 2015]: Shows loads of football. Well it used to.
[29 Nov 2015]: Thanks mate. Tried it but only showing Serie A. Fancy that! Tried 3 others and the only one showing Premier League was showing the Norwich - Arsenal game.

Bologna
The Irish Times Pub
Via Paradiso, 1/D
theirishtimespub.xoom.it
www.facebook.com/The-Irish-Times-Pub-Bologna-368066603393075
+39 347 433 4731
theirishtimespubbologna@gmail.com
[29 Nov 2015]: Tried 4 pubs and the only one showing Premier League was showing the Norwich - Arsenal game. The Irish times pub are letting me use their wifi to stream it when they open at 6!

Rome
Finnegans
Via Leonina, 66 (by Via Cavour, opposite the steps leading up to Piazza San Pietro in Vincoli, 100m from metro Cavour)
jpg map
www.finneganpub.com
www.facebook.com/groups/107672598933
www.facebook.com/pages/Finnegans/152291628149072
+39 06 4747026
Finnegan's is THE ONLY Irish owned, of all the Irish Pubs in Rome and Florence. We show all English and Scottish Premiership football and all other sporting events being aired. If it's on, and you want to see it, you can see it here.
[5 May 2005]: Managed to catch the Liverpool matches in this Liverpool friendly bar (thanks Rushian).
[19 Jan 2006]: If you want to catch a Liverpool match, Finnegans is pretty good, saw us lose to Crystal Palace in there... :-\  all in all friendly to Liverpool fans...
the good half [24 Feb 2006]: Say hello to Harry for me. [the good half used to work at Finnegans]
[2007/8]: GREAT ATMPOSHERe and PINT
[29 Nov 2015]: I lived in Rome over a decade ago and we always went to Finnegans. Bit cramped but always had the game. Remember watching us beat Wolves 1-0 in there, Hyypia header, 92ns minute or something silly. Place went mad. The Abbey was the other pub with all the footy.
[11 Mar 2016]: Ended up in Finnegans for it. Boss little pub

Rome
Highlander Pub Rome
Vicolo di San Biagio 9 (cornering Via della Lupa)
jpg map
www.highlanderome.com
www.facebook.com/TheHighlanderPubRome
@HighlanderRome
+39 06 6880 5368
info@highlanderome.com
Cosy little Scottish pub "... where you'll never drink alone ..."
[Sept 2015]: Maybe try?

Rome
Abbey Theatre Irish Pub
abbey-rome.com
Via del Governo Vecchio 51 (just off Piazza Navona)
+39 06 6861 341
abbeypub@hotmail.com
[29 Nov 2015]: I lived in Rome over a decade ago and we always went to Finnegans. The Abbey was the other pub with all the footy.

Rome
Scholars Lounge
101b Via del Plebiscito Roma, Lazio, 00186 Italy
www.scholarsloungerome.com
+39 06 6920 2208
info@scholarsloungerome.com
[29 Mar 2016]: Also check the scholar's lounge next to piazza Venezia and the abbey theatre, close to piazza navona.

Rome
The Druid's Den
Via San Martino ai Monti
www.druidspubrome.com/druids_den_rome_welcome.htm
06 48904781
thedruidspub@yahoo.it
[2 Apr 2005]

Florence
Finnegans
Via San Gallo 123r (red) (red street numbers are business numbers. Blue street numbers are residential. Don't get confused!)
www.finneganpub.com
+39 055 490794
[Sept 2015]: Maybe try?

Rimini
The Barge Irish Pub
Lungomare C. Tintori 13
www.facebook.com/TheBargeIrishPub
+39 0541 709845
[14 Jan 2014]: They emailed back to say they will put the game on for me. Which is nice of them!
[20 Jan 2014]: I can definitely recommend The Barge in Rimini for footy / sport. If, that is, you are ever unfortunate enough to find yourself in Rimini. :wave

Venice
The Irish Pub Venezia
Cannaregio 3847, 30121 Venice
www.theirishpubvenezia.com
www.facebook.com/IrishPubVenezia
+39 041 099 0196
theirishpubvenezia@gmail.com
[15 Apr 2016]: If anyone is ever looking for somewhere in Venice to watch Liverpool then try The Irish Pub. I was in there last night watching the Dortmund match. They had four tv's showing the Liverpool match and one showing the Sevilla match. The drinks were relatively cheap and the bar staff very friendly.
[16 May 2016]: ... can someone recommend a place in Venice?
[16 May 2016]: I was there during Christmas in 2013 ... I realised quickly that the Italians dont give a shit about the English Football and I found it hard to find a place to watch our game. After going into a few places, I stumbled across an Irish Pub in Cannaregio on Strada Nuova, kinda on the McNasty's side but further up. Hope it helps!

Venice
Devils Forest Pub
San Marco, Calle Stagneri 5185 - 30124 Venezia
www.devilsforestpub.com
www.facebook.com/Devils-Forest-Pub-106483692708611
+39 041 520 0623
[16 May 2016]: Google map it when you are in the center. It is easy to access and they have several screens. I was there in 14/15 and went early in the morning, spoke to the staff and they accommodated three league games later that afternoon in on a screen in front of a booth I managed to book. The staff speak fluent english and they have a vast selection of craft beers- bear in mind the staff like to have a laugh at your expense (all in good fun). I would suggest going early as the pub fills up quickly as the day wears on.



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Latvia

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Riga
Paddy Whelan's
Grēcinieku street 4 (in the heart of Old Rīga, a few minutes from the 11th November Shoreline bus, tram and trolley stops, 7 minutes walk from Rīga Central Train Station)
www.pub.lv/web/en
www.facebook.com/PaddyWhelans
+371 67 210 150
Mobile: +371 29247393: "if you are ringing from abroad, send an SMS and we’ll call you back"
paddy@pub.lv
[11 Sept 2007]: Irish bar, funnily enough. Have watched few Liverpool games here, mainly early kick-offs, not so good for a 3pm Saturday kick-off. They have numerous flat screen TVs with multiple feeds. The only time I couldn't get to see a Liverpool game in Riga was a CL qualifier at the start of last season as they could not pick up ITV coverage. Beer reasonably priced (Guinness available), food average.
[21 Jan 2016]: Paddy Whelans is still going strong and does have english commentary for games.

Riga
Moloney's Pub
Riharda Vagnera street 3 (in Old Town, just off main street)
moloneyspub.com
+371 67 228 706
moloneyspub@gmail.com
[21 Jan 2016]: Multiple screens with different channels but typically German commentary.

Riga
Funny Fox Bar
Grēcinieku iela 1 (in Old Town, right next to Paddy Whelan's)
www.funnyfoxbar.com
+371 28 482 426
info@funnyfoxbar.com
[21 Jan 2016]: Small bar with only 3 screens but usually different matches shown.

Riga
Donegan's Pub
1050, Šķūņu iela 4
www.facebook.com/donegans.riga
+371 28 805 116
[21 Jan 2016]: Also still shows games it seems but I didn't try it.

Riga
Albert's Pub
Šķūņu street 19
+371 29 359 779
[18 Feb 2010]



Liechtenstein​

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Lithuania

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Luxembourg

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Luxembourg City, Pulvermuhl
The Black Stuff
15 Val de Hamm
jpg map
www.blackstuff.lu
www.facebook.com/The-Black-Stuff-216702698366259
+352 42 54 96
info@blackstuff.lu
[3 May 2006]: An authentic Irish Pub. Complete with blackened rafters, a log fire, a warm welcome and a cool pint. The headquarters of the Liverpool Supporters Club of Luxembourg. Has several sat systems so matches are shown live even if Sky et al isn't showing them or useful for watching two or more games. Situated on the edge of the City of Luxembourg, so the missus & kids can go site seeing while you watch the match. Always check the web site for special events and games being shown.



Macedonia

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Malta

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Balzan
Zmerc Pub
131, Birbal Street, Balzan BZN 9013 (near San Anton Gardens)
www.facebook.com/ZmercPub
www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g227897-d4473610-Reviews-Zmerc_Pub-Balzan_Island_of_Malta.html
www.facebook.com/pages/%C5%BBmer%C4%8B-Pub/212763115406438
+356 21 444 576
Mobile: +356 9944 4331 | +356 9924 3795
kathleen.calleja@gmail.com
[17 May 2016]: I was in this pub in Malta last week, and while there wasn't football on at the time, there were big screens and there was Liverpool memorabilia everywhere, and was told by colleagues they show all Liverpool games. Was a really nice pub, friendly staff and they gave you LOADS of free food with your drinks.  We were given free bruschetta, Garlic Bread, chicken wings, and something else I can't remember in a period of about 2 hours. Highly recommended. In the pictures on Tripadvisor, you can only see Arsenal and Man U scarfs, but while those are there, as well as other teams, it is dominated by Liverpool stuff.

Bugibba
Rookies Sports Bar & Grill
Triq L-Isponoz
www.facebook.com/Rookies-Sports-Bar-1632810150312343
77500227, 27500227
chris.rookies@gmail.com
Rob76 [8 May 2006]: Great atmosphere especially for the big uns. Feel free to contact me for a beer or two or many!!

Mosta (North of the Island)
'The Kop'
Valletta Road
www.facebook.com/LIVERPOOL-SUPPORTERS-CLUB-MALTA-127506267868
+356 2143 2239
info@lfcmalta.com
Rob76 [8 May 2006]: always choc-a-bloc
LiverpoolKopKings [13 Aug 2010]: The club opens for all Liverpool FC fixtures. Club also opens for any England international senior fixtures - friendly or competitive - not for U21s.

Qormi (Centre of the Island)
Tac-Caccu Social Club
310 Triq Il-Kbira (Main Street)
www.caccusocialclub.com/en/home.htm
www.facebook.com/CACCU-Social-CLUB-213832892113514
+356 2149 1591
victorcaccu@gmail.com
LiverpoolKopKings [13 Aug 2010]: Been only once. Owners are also staunch LFC supporters. Please check before hand to be sure.

Xewkija, Gozo Island
Gozo Official LFC Supporters Club
31 Vjal Il-Labour (Labour Avenue) (one cannot miss the sculpted 'You'll Never Walk Alone' sign and the Shankly Gates at the entrance to the club)
Google map
www.gozolsc.com
+356 9943 0673 (mobile), +356 2156 3667
gozolsc@onvol.net
LiverpoolKopKings [13 Aug 2010]: Please make enquiries direct but most probably all senior LFC and England fixtures for sure

Zurrieq (South of the Island)
The Venue
Calypso Hall, Vjal il-Blue Grotto (Blue Grotto Ave)
+356 2164 2487
LiverpoolKopKings [13 Aug 2010]: This is more of a bar/restaurant, but it specialises in all English PL and Italian Serie A matches, also all English/Italian/Spanish/German etc national squad games. But it is an unofficial LFC fortress and as such will show all viewable LFC game. Owners are staunch LFC supporters. This is where I prefer to watch games. Please check before hand to be sure.

Malta
LiverpoolKopKings [13 Aug 2010]: Also all around Malta especially the St. Julian's/Paceville area there are dozens of bars that HAVE to show the games otherwise they won't survive as people will never frequent a bar with no means of airing a game. Almost all will be equipped with at least one big screen.



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Netherlands

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Amsterdam
Satellite Sport Café
Leidseplein 11 (tram stops in front and bus only a couple of meters away)
Google map
www.satellitesportscafe.nl
[2008]: It's easily reachable and shows about every game, sometimes even from the reserve team.
[13 Jan 2014]: Should be packed on a Saturday night and I'd hazard the guess you will see quite a few Reds. If it's a late kick-off you might want to go here, they do unlimited spare-ribs for a tenner.
[16 Mar 2016]: It will be on loads of places but will deffo be on at the Sports Cafe on Leidseplein which shows everything. The beer isn't too expensive for Leidseplein and you could smoke upstairs last time I was in. It will no doubt have an all you can eat spare rib offer on.
[17 Mar 2016]: Dan Murphy [see below] does indeed have a red as owner and it's usually a decent enough atmosphere in there. Unfortunately the telly is small and the beer is very expensive and often flat and shite. I'd deffo go the Sports Cafe instead if on Leidseplein.

Amsterdam
Dan's Murphy's Irish Bar
Leidseplein 24, 1017 PT Amsterdam
www.danmurphys.nl/where.asp
+31 20 422 3285
[17 Mar 2016]: There's a Dutch Official LIverpool Supporters Club. Earlier this month they recommended Dan Murphy's. They said the owner is a Red.
[17 Mar 2016]: Dan Murphy does indeed have a red as owner and it's usually a decent enough atmosphere in there. Unfortunately the telly is small and the beer is very expensive and often flat and shite. I'd deffo go the Sports Cafe instead if on Leidseplein.

Amsterdam
Buster's
Nieuwebrugsteeg 15, 1012 AG Amsterdam
www.facebook.com/pages/Busters-Bar-Amsterdam/309523275843422
www.facebook.com/adam.busters.58
+31 20 625 1579
[17 Mar 2016]: theres a small pub at the junction of warmoesstrat/nieuwebrugsteed thats owned by a liverpool fan and has a few bits of lfc decour in it.  watched our rgame against real madrid in there, its only small, but a nice venue non the less
[17 Mar 2016]: I'm not sure if its the same place, but it could be. Was it called Busters? I met a lad in Bucharest, when we played Unirea Urzicini, who owned/ran Busters. Sound lad, from Liverpool. I meant to go there last time I was in Dam, but it wasn't open, so hopefully its back.

Amsterdam
O'Reilly's
Paleisstraat 103 (just behind the palace on Dam square)
Google map
oreillys.com/amsterdam.html
www.facebook.com/oreillysamsterdam
+31 20 624 9498
amsterdam@oreillys.com
[13 Jan 2014]: Irish bar. Should be packed on a Saturday night and I'd hazard the guess you will see quite a few Reds.

Baarle-Hertog, Dutch/Belgian border
Café Schuttershof
Zondereigen 27
+32 14 63 31 69
info@cafeschuttershof.be
[31 Oct 2009]

Rotterdam
Paddy Murphy's Irish Pub
World Trade Centre, Rodezand 15 (10 minutes from Central Station)
jpg map
www.paddymurphys.nl
0104110078
events@paddymurphys.nl
[18 Oct 2008]



Northern Ireland

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Belfast
The Botanic Inn
23-27 Malone Rd, BT9 6RU
www.thebotanicinn.com
www.facebook.com/TheBotanicInn
028 9050 9740
info@thebotanicinn.com
[12 May 2006]: it's the place for Liverpool supporters in Belfast!!!

Coalisland
O'Neills Pub
[18 Oct 2007]: Liverpool Supporters club and shows all the matches.

Coleraine
The Railway Arms bar
53 Railway Rd, BT52 1PF (right by the train station)
www.facebook.com/railway.arms.3
028 7034 2391
[6 May 2006]: Home to one of the best supporters club in the world. So come all ye faithful. Y N W A. www.facebook.com/coleraine.lsc

Derry
The Metro
3-4 Bank Place
www.facebook.com/The-Metro-Bar-309176161429
02871 267401, 02871 264905
[16 May 2007]: Wanted to come to liverpool for the game but the flights were too expensive. Will be a great night in derry anyway.



Norway

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Bergen
Fotballpuben
Vestre Torggate 9
www.fotballpuben.no
+47 55 33 66 61
[3 May 2006]: The main venue for televised football in Bergen. Smack in the middle of the city centre (which admittedly isn't that bloody big). Three floors with screens everywhere, both outside and inside. Dodgy channels abound (if a Liverpool game is televised somewhere in the world, it'll be on here). Quite classily decorated with football memorabilia; love the signed Sampdoria-kit from the early nineties. Second floor is a bit upmarket, downstairs can get considerably raunchier. Variable atmosphere, but usually good at our games. You might even get PST going with the right crowd.

Bryne
Krazy Football Pub
Storgata 27
www.facebook.com/Krazyfotballpub
+47 906 06 397
Liverbirds Jæren: www.facebook.com/liverbirdsjaeren
Norwegian love for the reds [RAWK thread]
Kenneth Giske [1 Sept 2013]: For the opening match against Stoke, 60-70 supporters gathered. Against Villa the tally was 100. I love that more and more supporters want to watch the games together. There are many Liverbirds associations in Norway, but we are already one of the biggest. This afternoon the pub is overcrowded. At least 150 men, boys and five or six women are sharing the ups and downs of their beloved Liverpool FC on five big screens.

Drammen
Goggen SportPub
Bragernes Torg 9 (city center)
www.goggensportpub.no
www.facebook.com/goggen.sportpub
+47 32 89 92 10
martin@goggensportpub.no
robbienor [2006/7]: Liverpoolpub

Drammen
Strømsø Sportspub
Blichsgate 2
www.sports-pub.no
www.facebook.com/Strømsø-Sportspub-383449068364281
+4732 89 06 02
[2006/7]: This is the Strømsgodset supporterpub

Jæren
see Bryne above

Kristiansand
Uptown Sportsbar
Dronningens gate 66
www.facebook.com/Uptown-Sportsbar-123233621054087
+47 38 02 36 99
[29 Jan 2012]: General football pub, not Liverpool through and through. About a dozen TVs, shows many matches simultaneously, both Premier League and Champions League. Almost always shows Liverpool's PL and (eventually) CL matches, not been there during pre-season or when we were in the Europa League. Usually very crowded, especially at CL matches. Usually you have to pay 50kr (about £5) to get in.

Oslo
Andy's
Stortingsgata 8
andys.no
www.facebook.com/pages/Andys-Pub/344508879093411
+47 22 42 4846
Liverpool Matches precedence over others. This means if it's on one of the 300+ channels we have available, we show the match.
14#Alonso [24 Apr 2008]: Cracking place packed with Liverpool supporters on both sides of the bar. This is a Liverpool pub through and through. Amotsphere is brilliant, always good banter and the beer price isn't bad (especially if you come dressed in supporter gear). Be there early, it gets packed at least an hour before kick off, especially on CL nights.

Stavanger
Stavanger Sportscafe
Skagenkaien 14, 4006 Stavanger
Google map
www.stavangersportscafe.no
www.facebook.com/sportscafeen
+47 51 89 12 95
martin@stavangersportscafe.no
Kaizer [8 May 2006]: Show Liverpool as the main match every time we are on, can show 3-4 different matches at the same time in different areas of the Pub. The food is good and the personal very friendly, if you visit the place you are likely meet a few Scots and Englishmen who have this as their regular Pub. Usually crowded and a good atmosphere. By far the best football pub in town
[28 Feb 2016]: Posting for the miniscule chance you should be in this little part of the world, Stavanger, Norway, and wonder where to go. Get to Stavanger Sportscafe, it'll be packed, but good atmosphere.



Poland

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Cracow (Kraków)
Irish Mbassy Pub
Stolarska 3
www.irishmbassy.com [dead link Dec 2015]
+48 12 431 02 21
irishmbassy@gmail.com
The largest Irish pub in Poland
[25 June 2013]: I go here every time I visit the city for all things sport or liverpool. Always got multiple matches on.

Katowice
Zart Restauracja i Pub
ul. Sobieskiego 17
www.zart.wartobyc.pl
32 726 30 00
[1 Jan 2009]: Liverpool supporters always watch games there when they are on polish Canal Plus.

Wroclaw
Guinness Pub
Plac Solny 5
www.pubguinness.pl
+48 71 344 60 15
guinness@restauracjekrawczyk.com.pl
[1 Jan 2017]: It's not strictly a Liverpool bar, but will have all the live footy that is on Canal+. It has a main bar area, as well as a basement and upstairs area, so it should always have plenty of room. Beer is cheap. Guinness is not. I paid £15 for 8 pints of Polish beer and two shots of vodka on NYE. Winning.



Portugal

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[24 Jan 2016]: Premier League rights in Portugal are presently awarded to Benfica TV which has 2 channels so there's often only 1x Saturday 3pm game available plus the usual Saturday lunchtime & evening games and Sunday games.

Alvor (Portimão)
Sports Café Alvor
Rua Doutor Frederico Ramos Mendes 49
+351 282 459 069
[11 Feb 2011]: Has several TVs to broadcast football, especially Premier League. Has good food too! All staff speaks english.

Lisbon
O’Gilins Irish Pub
Rua dos Remolares, 8 (near Cais do Sodré station (end of the green line). When you come out the station, head to the roundabout)
www.irishpub.com.pt
+351 21 342 1899
contact@irishpub.com.pt
[10 Dec 2009]: There is an Irish pub I saw a game in a few years ago by the Cais do Sodré which is the the train station for Cascais/Estoril. As you look towards the city with the station to your back, it is on the right over the road about 100m away. In Cascais, 30 mins by train, loads of pubs/bars show English games and have all the dodgy channels so should get it live.
[15 Dec 2009]: Just got back. The Irish pub is O’Gilins. They have Sky so they get all the normal Sky sports stuff, tho the digi box was playing up a bit - kept comin up with error messages and we were given the remote to keep pressing 'backup' to get rid of it! Not a bad bar at all, nice looking barmaid and bottles of Carlsberg were 1.80 euros, just a shame about the result.
[4 April 2014]: ive read several reviews suggesting that they only have one average-quality monitor tucked away and isn't great for sports.
[24 Jan 2016]: O'Gilin's is still going plus the two below bars within 100m also.

Lisbon
Hennessy's Irish Pub
Rua Cais do Sodré, 32-38
www.hennessys-pub.com/index.html
+351 21 346 2467
contact@hennessys-lisbon.com
[24 Jan 2016]: Multiple screens, located near O'Gilans

Lisbon
British Bar
Rua Bernardino Costa 52-54 (near the Cais do Sodré train station)
www.turisplan.pt/britishbar/info.htm
+351 21 342 2367
[24 Jan 2016]: Small bar located near O'Gilins & Hennessy's.

Lisbon
Irish & Co
Doca de Santo Amaro, Edifício Topo Nascente
www.grupodocadesanto.com.pt/en/irish-co/restaurants
+351 21 894 0558, +351 21 395 9885
irishdocas@mail.telepac.pt
[24 Jan 2016]: If struggling for a Saturday 3pm game, Irish & Co does have Setanta so shows alternative Sat 3pm games - an option but a little out of the centre. They also have a branch in the centre but not sure if it shows Saturday 3pm games.

Lisbon
[15 Dec 2009]: There are lots of bars that show football in the main Bairro Alto & Chiado area, but I only saw Portugese/Spanish matches on (since it was after 8pm on Saturday). I didn't see any ads regarding the showing of our game, so we stuck to O’Gillins (which had put it up on the board outside), rather than take risks trying any other bars. www.lisbon-guide.info/night/bars-discotheques



Romania

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Bucharest
HalfTime
14 Gabroveni Street
www.halftimepub.ro
www.facebook.com/Half-Time-148898715172539
+40 21 312 2916, 0768 585 148
[9 Feb 2013]
DangerScouse [17 Mar 2014]: Video from a pub in Bucharest: www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=112969.msg12592114#msg12592114

Bucharest
Dreamers Pub Caffee
General H M Berthelot Street number 111 (close to Berzei Street)
Google map
www.dreamers.ro
0723112200 / 0744366350
[27 Feb 2010]: Dreamers, Bucharest. Simples



Russia

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LiverpoolFC.ru - Russian-language supporters club's website ... and forum: www.liverpoolfc.ru/forum - They can provide all information about the places throughout the former USSR countries where Liverpool supporters watch our games live. It's in cyrillic though so you may want to send an IM to Ingumsky who submitted the links, or learn Russian :P
St Petersburg LFC - Unofficial site FC Liverpool of Sankt - Petersburg



Scotland

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Edinburgh
Sportsters Bar
1A Market Street, EH1 1DE
edinburgh.sportsters.info
www.facebook.com/sportstersedin
@SportstersEdin
0131-226-9560
edinburgh@clg.co.uk
[21 May 2007]: There's also a sports bar on the south side of Waverley train station, if you come out of the station, cross the road and its on your left hand side.
[21 May 2007]: There is a sportsbar near Waverley train station, can't remember the sodding name though its just to the South that has several massive screens and dozens of little screens, including in the pisser.
[21 May 2007]: It's called sportsters I think ;)
[21 May 2007]: There's an Aussie sports bar by end of that road that's got the Greyfriars Bobby statue on it. Dunno, if that's the one you're thinking of.
[21 May 2007]: A good sports bar.
[21 May 2007]: There's a place just opposite the exit of the station and not far from the bridge that connects the middle of the Royal Mile with the new town. Go to Waverley station, go out the exit that's under, I think it's North Bridge - Royal Mile side of the station. Be sound in there.
[21 May 2007]: Sportsters is a horrible, soulless dump; in fact I thought it had closed down. I went there once and the beer was undrinkable, and the bar was six deep all the time. Avoid.
[Sept 2015]: Judging by this poll on www.auldreekiereds.com, Sportster Bar has improved ...
Quote from: Auld Reekie Reds: Edinburgh Official LFC Supporters Club

What Pub would you like to be watching LFC matches in for 2015/16 season?

Sportsters (39) 91%
Polwarth Tavern (3) 7%
Marcos (Bar and Poolhall) (1) 2%
Somewhere else? Please message us with your idea.... (0) 0%
   
Total votes: 43
Auld Reekie Reds' previous poll ...
Quote from: Auld Reekie Reds: Edinburgh Official LFC Supporters Club
Where should be our regular meeting place for matches?

The Golden Rule (Fountainbridge) (80) 81%
The Globe (Niddrie Street) (12) 12%
The Golf (Tollcross) (4) 4%
The Kilted Pig (Craiglockhart) (1) 1%
Blind Poet/Peartree (Potterrow) (1) 1%
The Links (Bruntsfield) (0) 0%
AN Other (1) 1%

Total votes: 99
Edinburgh
Shakespeares
65 Lothian Road, EH1 2DJ
www.taylor-walker.co.uk/pub/shakespeare-edinburgh/s9339
0131 228 8400
[21 May 2007]: Had a good atmosphere for the final in 2005. Every pub in town with a TV will be showing the game though, so don't worry on that score.
[21 May 2007]: Alright (for watching the footy), should be pretty lively in there, and plenty of random reds and supportive locals. I've met wandering RAWKites in there in the past.

Edinburgh
The Phoenix Bar
46-48A Broughton St, EH1 3SA
phoenixbaredinburgh.com
0131 557 0234
kenny@phoenixbaredinburgh.com
[21 May 2007]: I like the Phoenix for the football. Usually a good core of Liverpool fans in there (had a blast there the last couple of FA Cup finals we've been in).

Edinburgh
The Grassmarket
[21 May 2007]: head down the grassmarket mate, loads of great bars there
[21 May 2007]: ... EDIT: the grassmarket has loads of good bars too of course, but it can be hard to see the tv in a few of them.
[21 May 2007]: Head to the grassmarket and take your pick mate. Sporty pubs like The Three Sisters or Walkabout [Dec 2015: closed?] will be brilliant for the game but may be bunged to the rafters.
[21 May 2007]: Grassmarket brs will all be showing the game, but none of them really have a big room and big screens.

Edinburgh
The Links Bar
Links Hotel, 4 Alvanley Terrace, EH9 1DU
www.links-hotel-edinburgh.co.uk/facilities.html
0131 229 3834
[21 Apr 2014]: Used to be good for games. They'll show them everywhere now and there'll always be Reds around. We watch them in The Hermitage in Morningside sometimes which is way out of town but just below my mate's flat.

Edinburgh
The Stockbridge Tap (formerly Bert's Bar)
2-6 Raeburn Place, EH4 1HN
www.facebook.com/stockbridge.tap
@StockbridgeTap
0131 343 3000
[21 May 2007]: Depends whereabouts in town you're staying; I would recommend Berts Bar in Stockbridge, will deffo have some Reds in there, serves great Deuchars on tap, and if you're in early (and you'll need to be) they have the best pie suppers in town.
[21 May 2007]: Yes, Berts is a cool place to see the game, but a bit out of the way.



Serbia

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Belgrade
Casablanca Pub
Skadarska 9, Belgrade
www.facebook.com/CasablancaBeograd
Open daily 10am - 1am
[4 Sept 2017]: Good little bar with LFC flags adorning the place when there's a game on, or movie paraphernalia when there isn't. The beer is cheap and decent. There's even a screen outside if you want to drink and watch outside. Decent little place. Recommended.



Slovakia

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Slovenia

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Spain

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Barcelona
The Black Horse Pub
Allada i Vermell 16
www.pubblackhorse.com
www.facebook.com/The-Black-Horse-Bcn-522510261106808
+34 933 15 20 53
rihesazrg@hotmail.com
[13 June 2010]: Might be worth finding. A mate who used to live in Barcelona watched all the Liverpool games here. He reckons it was a good place.
[14 June 2010]: Been in there when i couldn't find one of our matches on. Wasn't too bad to be honest, but was maybe 6-7 years ago.
[24 June 2010]: Please ignore that...it closed down two months ago according to the same mate! Sorry.
[Sept 2015]: But the link works and their Facebook is up to date so I'll leave this here.

Barcelona
Hogan's Australian Pub
Ramblas 81
hogansbcn.com
+34 934 126 042
info@hogansbcn.com
[22 May 2010]: Shows any sort of sport that's on, good mix of people and nationalities in there.

Barcelona
[28 Jan 2015]: There are two bars both facing each other just off of Las Ramblas, they're on the road that has a McNasty's and KFC on either side of it. It's doing my head in because I can't remember either of their names but hopefully I've described it well enough, Las Ramblas is obviously a massive road but the Maccies and KFC should be visible enough; they are what let me know I was heading in the right direction on the many, many, many occasions I went to watch our games while I was in the City.

Barcelona
[8 May 2010]: Some great bars right by the marina. Remember a lad from huyton ran one the last time we were there Just walk down from the casino and les arts hotel.

Barcelona
[13 June 2010]: Or just watch in local bars in the centre. Loads of them will have the matches on and can be very cheap.

Barcelona
[23 Sept 2007]: If we're on sky any irish pub should be showing it. [Jules Verne] on the west side of La Rambla near the Placa Catalunya end is probably the easiest to find. Otherwise keep walking towards the sea and keep your eyes peeled down the side streets on the right as there's at least two others along there.

Barcelona
Scobies Irish Pub
Ronda de la Universitat 8 (between Pl. Catalunya and Pl. Universitat)
scobiesirishpub.com
www.facebook.com/Scobies-Irish-Pub-483385891786507
+34 936 01 19 08
[17 Jan 2006]: A great Irish bar owned and run by a young Kerry couple, the place has a great atmosphere and is usually bursting with life. All the usual live sporting events, plus Horse racing, Greyhounds, Golf, Rugby and Boxing. Live music Thursdays.

Barcelona
Palace Bar (formerly The Clansman)
Carrer den Vigatans, 13
www.facebook.com/palacebcn
(34) 93 319 7169
[17 Jan 2006]: [The Clansman] All Premiership, SPL and Spanish football live, plus NFL and College Football on NASN. Ski jumping if you ask nicely.

Barcelona
The Fastnet Pub
Joan de Borbo, 22
+34 932 95 30 05
(34) 93 295 3005
[17 Jan 2006]: All Premiership shown live, great food including possibly the best Irish breakfast in Barcelona, served all day.

Barcelona
Flann O'Brien
Casanova 264 (corner with Diagonal)
www.facebook.com/flannobrienbcn
+34 934 08 91 36
[17 Jan 2006]: Live Premiership, and live music Thursday, Friday and Saturdays.

Barcelona
The Michael Collins Irish pub
Placa Sagrada Familia, 4
www.facebook.com/MICHAEL-COLLINS-134969329907042
michaelcollinspubs.com [dead link Dec 2015]
+34 934 59 19 64
[17 Jan 2006]: Across the park from the great Cathedral. Live music Thursday to Sunday. Serves food.

Madrid
The Triskel Tavern
San Vicente Ferrer, 3 (nearest Metro: Tribunal)
www.facebook.com/TriskelTavern
@TriskelTavern
+34 91 523 2783
neilt [2008]: Meeting place - for all available televised games - of the Official Madrid Branch of the LFC AIB; the MADrid REDS. www.madridreds.com

Madrid
Dubliners
Espoz y Mina 7 (sidestreet of Puerta del Sol, Metro Sol)
www.irishpubdubliners.com
www.facebook.com/DUBLINERSPUB
+34 619 27 67 61
dutch_red [29 Mar 2008]: Not a specific Irish Pub for red fans, but they show (almost) all matches of the big teams, as well as CL matches. They have one big screen and like 10+ tvscreens all over the place. Went there several times and it's been great fun. If they don't show the game, just ask the manager and he'll put it on one of the screens anyway. It's next to O'Connells, also an Irish pub with a big screen and several tv's, not been there though.

Madrid
[29 Mar 2008]: Some other bars on Plaza de las Salesas, Madrid also usually show big matches. There is one Irish bar called Finnegans there that shows many football games. One Spanish bar near Finnegans even has a big screen installed, just about 20m towards the east from the Finnegans. Here is the location map

Madrid
[24 Aug 2014]: There are a few Irish bars in Madrid. Think there's one near Plaza Mayor - one of the little streets off it, which should have it on. See link.

Salou
Shankly's
Carrer d'Amposta, 16 Salou, Cataluna (15 mins from Reus (Barcelona South) Airport and 1 hour south of Barcelona El Prat Airport)
www.facebook.com/ShanklysSalou1892
+34 977 35 33 68
shanklyssalou@gmail.com
[30 Mar 2005]: You really should use that site it's a doorway to many magic worlds: www.salouscene.com
Polared [2006/7]: HQ for Official Spanish OSC
[4 Feb 2008]: Been to salou a few times past 4 years. You'll have a great time. Shanklys bar is class, very small and too packed and hot when games are on but still great, walls are covered in memoribilia and staff are sound.
[4 Feb 2008]: Shanks bar is good but like the poster said it is very small , if i were you id go in there for a few beers but avoid it for a match as you cant breathe!
[21 Mar 2008]: Sampled my first bowl of scouse in a bar in Salou during the cl qulaifier a few years back against CSKA.  The owner was from Liverpool himself and he was dishing out these big helpins of scouse with a couple of rounds of bread to everyone...........on the house as well.
[22 Feb 2011]: Been there 3 years ago, was the first home game of the season against Middlesbrough, I remember a smoggy and a manc getting a torrid time, though it was all in good spirits. The bar lady there was good steam and made sure everyone knew their place before the game started, plus she made sure everyone joined in on 'YNWA'.

Seville
Merchant's Malt House
Canalejas 12
www.merchantpub.com
+34 954 214 500
[2006/7]: much better place than the grim flaherty's by the cathedral and still centrally located
Party Phil [2007/8]: Not actually seen an LFC game in here but watched the Manc derby in August. The pub is in a quiet street but pretty central and is easy to spot as it's big and red with orange trees outside. The atmosphere was a bit quiet, only a couple of mancs hanging around and a few Celtic fans watching their game made most of the noise, although to be fair it was a lunchtime ko. The shape and layout of the pub is not exactly conducive to making a great viewing experience and I think it would be really annoying to find a decent spec for a popular game. Despite all that, I did really like the pub and will be going back sometime.

Tenerife (PDLA)
[27 Apr 2007]: There are many bars offering Live football in Playa de las Americas. But if you're looking for one that does allow smoking, I only found two on a recent holiday ...

Tenerife (PDLA)
Fitzpatricks Irish Bar Starco's
Urbanización San Rafael Arona Tenerife, Playa de las Americas (opposite Linekers)
922 793897
[27 Apr 2007]: 3 Std screens. 1 Large plasma

Tenerife (PDLA)
The Anchor Sports Bar
Av Santiago Puig | Arona, Playa de las Americas, Arona (just up the road from The Royal). A corner location on the main street Avenida Santiago Puig that leads from the partially pedestrianised road containing Patch and Veronicas, heading away from the sea. To find it, get yourself to the prominent landmark of the Las Palmeras Hotel. With this to your left, walk a short distance along the partially pedestrianised walkway till you come to a major junction (green and white striped poles in the road). Turn right up this street. Presently, you should arrive at the bar on the left.
www.facebook.com/The-Anchor-Tenerife-24445378093
[27 Apr 2007]: 3 small, 1 Big Screen

Tenerife (PDLA)
[27 Apr 2007]: ... Non smokers have a choice from 100 others.

Torremolinos, Costa del Sol
Winston's Bar
Calle Carmen, La Carihuela
www.facebook.com/pages/Winstons/286884284760450
+34 95 205 2242
[16 May 2007]: Liverpool born owners, kitted out with LFC throughout the bar. Was a great place for the 2005 Final.

Valencia
Liverpool English Pub | Russafa
Carrer de Sueca 74
Google map
www.facebook.com/Liverpool.Russafa.VLC
+34 961 14 42 78
Russafa
[26 Sept 2011]: If anyone is in or near Valencia this is the place to watch the Reds. The owner is a Red who lived and worked in Liverpool and took his love for the city and the team back to Valencia. Its deco is like the Cavern and there are LFC stuff on the walls. Good pint of Guiness and the barman is English and knows his cocktails aswell !!! They have live bands on at the weekends and of course SKY TV for the games. YNWA

Valencia
St Patricks
Gran Vía Marqués del Turia 69 (centre of Valencia)
www.stpatricksvalencia.com
www.facebook.com/stpatricksvalencia
+34 96 351 36 42
info@stpatricksvalencia.com
archie [8 May 2006]: Always rammed for the footie, quite a few of manc supporters and the odd other team but always outnumbered by reds. good atmos and good staff.
MikaelLFC [1 May 2011]: Can anybody confirm whether there still are people going to St Patricks in Valencia, Spain? ... If not, does anybody know any other place to go to? Cheers
MikaelLFC [18 May 2016]: If anybody's in Valencia then THE place to be today is St Patrick's with live music from 19:00 (Liverpool themed of course) and then the final at 20:45.

Valencia
Finnegans of Dublin
Plaça de la Reina, 19 bajo (on the Plaza de la Reina in the heart of the old city, next to the cathedral)
www.finnegansofdublin.es
www.facebook.com/finnegansofdublin
960.014.602, +34 674 29 07 37
finneganspubvalencia@gmail.com
MikaelLFC [1 May 2011]: Can anybody confirm whether there still are people going to St Patricks in Valencia, Spain? I've searched for ages a pub here where I can find fellow reds to watch the games, and I usually end up going to a pub called Finnegan's in Plaza de la Reina. For the bigger games there might be more (although against Arsenal we were only three!) but normally we're just a few reds + some casual travellers at times. And it has actually happened a couple of times that they haven't put the game on the screens (as today for example!). So I'd be more than delighted whether somebody could confirm whether people still go to St Patrick's or no. If not, does anybody know any other place to go to? Cheers

Valencia
Mulligan's Irish Tavern
Calle Yecla 24 (near junction with Manuel Candela and Balsco Ibañaz)
www.facebook.com/Irish-Tavern-Mulligans-128345397198036
+34 963 93 30 18
Shoelesswonder [2006/7]: Great little pub, Guillermo is a top barman (even knows a few Liverpool chants) and the barmaids are stunning. Only open inthe evenings, and normally more spaniards than reds but a very friendly crowd none the less.



Sweden

www.YNWatchA.com/sweden.html

Malmö
Sir Toby's
Davidshallsgatan 21
www.sirtobys.se
040-78880, 073-624 32 76
info@sirtobys.se
Suede lady [2006/7]: Well English pub style, good assortment of beers. Situated near the main street, right in the centre. They show a lot of football and some rugby. One of the twins behind the bar is a Liverpool fan so we can always depend on him to show the LFC games.

Skellefteå
O'Learys
Kanalgatan 31 (city centre, 5 mins walk from bus station, next to Preem garage)
www.olearys.se/skelleftea
www.facebook.com/olearyskelleftea
+46 (0)910-73 93 08
skelleftea@olearys.se
24/7 [16 Oct 2007]: I've been watching footie here for 4 and half years now (until I got full calbe access at home haha!) - Premier & Champions League, FA Cup (watched the 2006 Final there - amazing day), Euro and World Cup tournaments. They have over a dozen screens (projected plus LCD) dotted all around the large seating areas. They also have satellite/cable switch boxes, so they can show several events at the same time in different areas of the restaurant/bar. The staff are great, the atmosphere is friendly, they offer reduction to LFC ISC Swedish Branch card holders, the food is to die for, free popcorn - as mentioned before though, watch out for Ice Hockey days - that's when the Neanderthals come out to play. (Skellefteå is the home town of the LFC ISC Swedish Branch's chairman - found in the pub at times when his wife lets him haha!)

Stockholm
The Dubliner
Holländargatan 1 (subway station Hötorget)
www.dubliner.se/stockholm
www.facebook.com/DublinerStockholm
+46 8 6797707
[8 May 2006]
[2008]: Traditional pub with excellent food and service. The owner is an great guy, brilliant if you are a Red. Service is great. Loads of TVs, and a big HD screen. Favours the Liverpoolgames and have a separate section for booking if you are a lot of people. Great atmosphere on the CL nights, unforgettable noise and taunting when we beat Inter at San Siro.
[4 Apr 2008]: Ended up in The Dubliner for the game and there were a few Irish Reds in there so we had little mini-crack-up when Nando slotted! Also the fella who worked there was a Scouser - been there since 1978. He talked us into entering the quiz in there for a laugh, just music/entertanment questions(nothing Swedish!) mainly. We only went and won the fucker, beating a table of 4 Mancs(all Utd fans) and winning about 40quid in the process - happy days! The Mancs - who called their team FC United - were like "Can't believe we lost to a pair of lippy Scousers..." To which I replied "You know us son - we always do well in Europe!" ha ha fuckin gerrin!
[7 Apr 2008]: I ended up in The Dubliner. Lucky this thread was here or it may have taken me awhile to find the place. Distinct lack of pubs in Stockholm? Or maybe I just couldn't see them. Anyways ended up there,nice crowd there too
[21 Nov 2013]: Try this place. They'll show every possible LFC game.

Stockholm

plura [12 Apr 2016]: Thought I could actually add some alternatives for Stockholm on this list, besides O'learys there are Retro Sports bar (not the best IMO, but an OK option). They have a few different locations in Stockholm ...

Retro Bar & Restaurant Sveavägen
Sveavägen 120
Vasastan/Odenplan
svea.retrobar.se

The Crib By Retro
Sveavägen 55
City/Rådmansgatan
crib.retrobar.se

Retro Bar & Restaurant Hornsgatan
Hornsgatan 136
Södermalm/Hornstull
hornsgatan.retrobar.se

Retro Bar & Restaurant SoFo
Retro Sportbar & Restaurang
Bondegatan 25
Södermalm/SoFo
sofo.retrobar.se

Retro Bar & Restaurant Kungsholmen
Sankt Eriksgatan 22
Kungsholmen/Fridhemsplan
kungsholmen.retrobar.se

And then there's...
Tudor Arms
Anglo Swedish Pubs AB
Grevgatan 31
114 53 Stockholm
www.tudorarms.com
08-660 2712
info@tudorarms.com

Umeå
O'Learys
Umeå Bowling, Skolgatan 64D
www.olearys.se/umea
www.facebook.com/OLearysUmeaBowling
090-125555
umea@olearys.se
24/7 [16 Oct 2007]: To be honest I've only been there once but it was HUUUUUUUUUGE and it was a great laugh too.

Mainly in the south of Sweden
Gloria's chain of sportsbars.
[5 Oct 2006]: The food is american style but they have good beer. They shown PL games, La Liga and Italian football as well as Swedish Allsvenskan games

Sweden - various cities
O'Learys chain of sports bars.
[8 Sept 2006]: There are about 40 of them, all over the country. They will show PL games, but watch out for the days when it's ice hockey. They're likely to be packed then. ;)



Switzerland

www.YNWatchA.com/switzerland.html

Basel
Mr. Pickwick Pub
Steinenvorstadt 13 (in Basel's bustling Steinenvorstadt)
www.pickwick.ch/mr-pickwick-pub-basel
061 281 86 87
piwi.basel@gastrag.ch
[3 May 2006]: Turgid smokey hole, only mildly more appealing than an evening of shit play with an elderly relative. Basel could really do with a proper sports bar. Good bunch of guys go there though, and has lots of LFC fans.

Bern
Mr. Pickwick Pub
Wallgasse
www.pickwick.ch/mr-pickwick-pub-bern
031 311 28 62
piwi.bern@gastrag.ch
Gnaume [2007/8]: Lovely little pub in the middle of the city. They show most of our league and cup matches (all CL-matches), nice staff (50/50 Swiss/English) but the beer's overpriced as fuck! There isn't really a great atmosphere either but a cosy place to watch the match and have a chat nontheless.

Biel/Bienne
Garage Pub
Neumarktstrasse 46
www.facebook.com/Garage-Pub-254714471214957
+41 32 322 47 43
GaragePub@gmx.ch
Heno [14 Apr 2012]: Run by a grumpy old fella...me!
Heno [19 Aug 2013]: Website needs updating and sadly no working kitchen but I'm working on that. Sky, Sky Germany, Setanta, BT Sports and ESPN currently on two screens...more to be added shortly.

Geneva
Mr. Pickwick
Rue de Lausanne 80
www.mrpickwick.ch
www.facebook.com/mr.pickwickpub
+41 22 731 67 97
office@mrpickwick.ch
moustafafawzy [4 May 2006]: Geneva’s oldest English pub offers a happy hour and traditional pub grub, including fried breakfasts at weekends. Now on two levels, Giant screens make it a popular hang-out for watching sporting events.
[27 Aug 2009]: I don't get there regularly, but I was there a couple of times visiting Geneve. It is a great place! I was there for the Confederations Cup final and the place was packed!! Lots of tv's and a big screen downstairs.

Geneva
The Clubhouse
Rue Philippe-Plantamour 25, Les Paquis
www.theclubhouse.ch
+41 22 732 10 22
MajikMijit [25 May 2011]



Turkey

www.YNWatchA.com/turkey.html

Istanbul
The Irish Centre
Istiklal Cad. Balo Sok. No 26 Beyoglu
www.theirishcentre.com
+90 212 244 7970 (4 Lines)
[10 Sept 2007]: The Irish Centre is a development on from the Irish Pub James Joyce. Liverpool fans remember James Joyce for 24-25 May 2005 very well:)) This pub has been 7 years in operation in Istanbul. The James Joyce with The Irish Centre has nightly live music, dancing nights on the weekends, Sports Tv by Setanta and much more.

Marmaris
Anfield Bar
Siteler Mah. 203 Sok. Çardak Apt. Dk. 2/B (basically right on the beach front)
www.facebook.com/anfield.marmaris
www.anfieldbar.com [dead link Mar 2014]
+ 90 252 412 70 57
[25 Sept 2010]
[25 Aug 2013]: Marmaris Turkey Anfield Bar made up a bit like The Albert even pass round the European Cup after the game.



Ukraine

www.YNWatchA.com/ukraine.html

Dnipropetrovsk
Niagara (Sport-bar)
Petroskiy square, 2 (near the central railway station)
+38 (056) 377 53 62
Open: round-a-clock
Matador: [3 May 2011]

Donetsk
Svoy (Own)
Universitetskaya, 76
barsvoy.dn.ua/english [dead link Dec 2015]
+38 062 381 32 02
info@svoy.dn.ua
Open: round-a-clock
mooromets, redbeatles [3 May 2011]

Kharkiv
Irish Pub
Mironositskaya, 16
www.liverbird.ru/pubs/11375/irish-pub
+38 057 700 49 40
Open: Daily 1 PM / 11 PM
g_bass [3 May 2011]

Kiev (Kyiv)
Golden Gate Pub
40/2 Volodymyrska St. (opposite the Golden Gate metro)
lasoon.com.ua/eng/kiev/restaurant/golden-gejt
[12 May 2006]: When we were in Kiev for the Champions League match (Oct 2001) there was an Irish pub in the centre that had Sky Sports. Must have been The Golden Gate Pub

Kiev
O'Briens
17a, Mikhalivska str.
www.obriens.kiev.ua/eng
+380 (44) 279-15-84
info@obriens.kiev.ua
[29 July 2010]: a right fucking cabin pub hahahaha

Odessa
Sportivne (Sports cafe)
Seminars'ka, 12 (near SCA stadium)
www.liverbird.ru/pubs/11364/sportivnoe
+38 048 728 68 21
Open: Daily 9 AM / 5 AM
Scouse.UA [3 May 2011]: Usually good place to watch games if you are the football fan. Food and drinks are cheap. The main hall for 60 seats.Table for the kickers. Billiard room with two VIP-room (10 seats) and a balcony for 8-10 places.

Odessa
Veselyi Rodzher (Jolly Roger pub)
Devolanovskii lowering, 1 (near Tamozhennaya square)
www.liverbird.ru/pubs/11365/veselyj-rodzher
+38 048 728 65 38
Open: Daily 10 AM / 11 PM
Delight, Jade CAT [3 May 2011]: A place where local fans gather round and the barman is a Liverpool fan.



Wales

www.YNWatchA.com/wales.html

Caernarfon
The Hole In The Wall
Hole In The Wall Street
www.facebook.com/The-Hole-In-The-Wall-Caernarfon-167293046705852
01286 678837
[30 Mar 2009]: Dont go to four alls, its full of mancs.

Caernarfon
The Crown
15-19 High St, LL55 1RH
01286 675969
[30 Mar 2009]: Dont go to four alls, its full of mancs.
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USA

If anyone needs a recommendation for a pub in the USA....go to the FAO: US Reds..tv info thread and ask there.

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[29 Oct 2009]: If in the States, you can't go wrong with Fadó's.


Arizona

www.YNWatchA.com/arizona.html

Phoenix
Steve's Greenhouse Grill
139 E Adams St, AZ 85004
www.stevesgreenhousegrill.com
602 252-2742
[12 Mar 2014]: Home bar of Liverpool FC Supporters Phoenix; decent number of reds every game, good food and beer.

Tucson
Playground Bar and Lounge
278 E Congress St, AZ 85701 (at the historic corner of Congress and Fifth Ave in downtown Tucson)
www.facebook.com/playgroundtucson
520 396-3691
[12 Mar 2014]: Always open for the games (PL, CL, FA Cup, Internationals etc, local home of the Americal Outlaws - National Team Supporters and The Cactus Pricks - FC Tucson Supporters). Good crowd, very good food and beer.


California

www.YNWatchA.com/california.html

Los Angeles, Santa Monica
Cock 'n Bull
2947 Lincoln Blvd, CA 90405 (between the I10 and Venice Blvd)
www.cocknbullbritishpub.com
310 399-9696
[16 May 2007]: Thinking of going to the Cock & Bull, the landlord is a red, think he's going over to Athens with a few of the lads from there.
[16 May 2007]:  ... should have the best atmosphere
[5 Feb 2010]: I was here a few times while in LA. Nice people and locally-owned, although I'm fairly positive they charge a cover ... Has it's own parking lot, though I think it tends to fill up.

Los Angeles, Santa Monica
Ye Olde Kings Head
116 Santa Monica Blvd, CA 90401
www.yeoldekingshead.com
310 451-1402
[11 Aug 2010]: Recommended. Whenever I'm down there they are always open and always showing LFC games.

Los Angeles, Studio City
The Fox and Hounds
11110 Ventura Blvd, CA 91604
Google map
www.thefoxandhounds.com
818 763-7837
Don Vito Corleone [8 May 2006]: Decent enough pub, run by a scouse lad, couple of big screens, I think, if i remember correctly, there is a door charge ($10), if its an early kick off (4:45am etc), but that includes a full english, tea or coffee if you can't be arsed drinking at such an ungodly hour.
[13 May 2006]: Run by a gooner thet blags he played for QPR but there will be a load of us there and it's a good place. Istanbul fuckin' rocked in there. Only kicked us out at closing time too!!

Los Angeles
[16 May 2007]: Was in Fox & Hounds for the last final but i'll give that a miss this time because i'll only end up twating that prick from Fox Sports Steven Cohen who usually drinks in there! Also there's the Kings Head in santa monica never watched a game in there though. Thinking of going to the Cock & Bull, the landlord is a red, think he's going over to Athens with a few of the lads from there. So where else are folks watching the game in LA?
[16 May 2007]: Go to The Press Room in Santa Barbara. It's owned by a Manc. He's alright, but a Man Utd fan. And all the Brits that drink in there are either Man Utd fans, or hate Liverpool. I'm going to Athens but if I wasn't that's the alehouse I'd head to, and rub it in deep!
[16 May 2007]: I was in the Kings head in Santa Monica for the semi final second leg. Was in the Fox n Hounds for Cup final last season. Both were pretty shite. Was also thinking of the Cock n Bull (on Lincoln in between Venice and SM right?). Heard theres a big place down in Irvine which might be good but not so sure.
[16 May 2007]: Irvine's a bit out the way, Cock & Bull should have the best atmosphere. I was in the fox & hounds for the cup final as well shite like you said.

Orange County, Costa Mesa
The Harp Inn
130 E 17th St, CA 92627
Google map
www.harpinn.com
949 646-8855
[10 Sept 2014]: The Harp Inn only opens at 7 AM for matches. So the 4:45 AM kickoff is a no go. So I asked them where to watch the derby. They suggested the Auld Dubliner in Tustin ... [continued below]

Orange County, Tustin
The Auld Dubliner
2497 Park Ave, CA 92782
tustin.thedubpubs.com
714 259-1562
[10 Sept 2014]: [continued from above] ... Called them. They always open for every Liverpool match as they have a LFC supporters group which meets there. So they will be open for the 4:45am kickoff.

San Diego
Princess Pub and Grille
1665 India St (Little Italy)
www.princesspub.com
619 702-3021
Jai [8 May 2006]: Good food and is usually packed during a match. In the Little Italy district of downtown San Diego, plenty of things to do in the area if you feel like taking a stroll after the match. To be honest, I haven't been there for a long time as I now get all of the fancy cable channels through my work but they're still showing matches. Though I think that Shakespeare Pub is the main Pub in San Diego for matches now.
[10 Aug 2010]: if you're in SD, then either The Princess Pub (little Italy) or Shakespheres on the I8 will be the places to watch the game.

San Diego
Shakespeare Pub & Grille
3701 India St, CA 92103 - on the I8
www.facebook.com/Shakespeare-Pub-Grille-101009783176
www.shakespearepub.com
619 299-0230
English type pub with tasty beers on tap and home cooked munchies. Have Hi Definition TV now apparently. Wish I was there rather than writing this. :'(
[10 Aug 2010]: if you're in SD, then either The Princess Pub (little Italy) or Shakespheres on the I8 will be the places to watch the game.
[17 Mar 2015]: Recommended. Call to make sure of the 6:30 am kickoff out west.
blacksun [19 Mar 2015]: Across from the airport. Always shows the games.

San Diego
Phileas Foggs Bar & Restaurant
11385 Poway Road #100, CA 92128 (in the family neighborhood of Sabre Springs in the heart of North Inland County)
Goole map
www.phileasfoggs.com
@PhileasFoggs
858 486-4442
[17 Mar 2015]: British owned. Call to make sure of the 6:30 am kickoff out west.

San Francisco
Kezar Pub
770 Stanyan St, CA 94117 (in the upper Haight, near the Kezar Stadium and Golden Gate park)
Google map
www.thekezarpub.com
www.facebook.com/KezarPub
@KezarPub
415 386-9292
The owner of the pub, Cyril Hackett, is a massive red and a great supporter of our branch.
[28 Sept 2009]: There's actually a LOT more spots that show games than a few years ago due to cheaper cable tv access and great general interest. CL games air at 11:45AM, so it's become the norm for folks to take long lunch breaks to take in the games. Just about any bar in the financial section will be showing it, but I would recommend Kezar; it's is very LFC friendly. During big matches we always fill the place up with our supporters. Tons of TVs everywhere.
[3 Mar 2014]: Home of LFCSF. The sister bar of Mad Dog in the Fog (which is more of a general footy bar) there's generally a few dozen of us in there for the matches, unless they're the lunchtime kickoffs (which translates to 4:00am in San Francisco).
[23 Apr 2014]: It will be packed and has a great atmosphere and lot of ex pats. I'll be there bright and early. Opens 15 mins before kick off at 5.45am

San Francisco
The Mad Dog In The Fog
530 Haight St, CA 94117 (cross street is Fillmore)
www.themaddoginthefog.com
www.facebook.com/Mad-Dog-In-The-Fog-111245485569064
415 626-7279
[3 May 2006]: Owned by a Brummie, it's situated right in the heart of San Francisco's famous Haight St, not far from all the hippie shops.
[3 May 2006]: in addition i should mention that you best like beer cos that's all they've got, well and wine. but that's it alcohol wise so no spirits or cocktails in this place. do a decent breakfast as well.
[9 May 2006]: Call ahead to find out what their live match schedule is. They charge US$10 at the door for a live match. Caters to all supporters. Polite crowd, but no singing :(


Colorado

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Boulder
Conor O'Neill's
1922 13th St, CO 80302
www.conoroneills.com/boulder
303 449-1922
[13 Apr 2015]: Call first to make sure. If they don't do the match, ask where it might be on.

Denver
Three Lions | A world football pub
2239 E Colfax Ave, CO 80206
Google map
www.threelionsdenver.com
303 997-6886
[17 Jan 2014]: Check here

Denver
Fadó Irish Pub
1735 19th St, CO 80202
www.fadoirishpub.com/denver
303 297-0066
diplomatique [10 May 2006]: Has Setanta Sports, Fox Sports World, ESPN . . . basically shows every footie match you can get here (even some lower division games), and, of course, all the Liverpool games. The atmosphere is fantastic; only people who truly love the Beautiful Game show up during matches. It gets very packed during big matches, so show up early. During the Benfica game I was one of only two people not from Liverpool. Owned and operated by Irishmen. Only problem is that on days like St. Patrick's (or when there is a major American sporting event) it gets somewhat "trendy".


Connecticut

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Delaware

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Florida

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Fort Lauderdale
Fox & Hounds British American Pub
4812 N Dixie Hwy, Oakland Park, FL 33334
www.facebook.com/foxandhoundsFTL
www.yelp.com/biz/fox-and-hounds-british-american-pub-oakland-park
954 491-8869
[2006/7]

Jacksonville
see Tampa below
tampared [24 Apr 2014]: Come on down [to Tampa] we have people who come from Jacksonville every weekend - lfctampa.com.

Kissimmee
see Orlando below

Miami
see Fort Lauderdale above

Orlando
Harp And Celt Restaurant And Irish Pub
25 S Magnolia Ave, FL 32801
harpandcelt.com
www.facebook.com/HarpAndCeltIrishPubAndRestaurant
@theceltpub
407 481-2928
[18 Sept 2010]: Call first. Remind him the match kicks off at 8:30am.

Orlando
The Orlando George & Dragon
6314 International Dr, FL 32819
www.orlandogeorgeanddragon.com
www.facebook.com/George-Dragon-Pub-39223777551
407 351-3578
[20 April 2016]: Can recommend the george and dragon pub on international drive for anyone who's on holiday in Orlando. Most places don't open until 11am but this is open even for the early kick offs. I watched the Spurs and Stoke games in there

Tampa
Four Green Fields
205 W Platt St, South Tampa, FL 33606
Google map
www.tampa.fourgreenfields.com
813 254-4444
tampared [4 Mar 2014]: We have a new location in Tampa. We moved from MacDinton's pub because it was not exclusive LFC. Four Green Fields is purely LFC. Good food and every match is shown. If you are coming to Orlando drop the family at Busch Gardens and come on down to the pub. :)


Georgia

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Atlanta
Meehan's Irish Pub
200 Peachtree St, GA 30303 (NE Atlanta)
www.meehansdowntown.com
404 214-9821
[21 Aug 2012]: Atlanta now has an official Liverpool FC Pub, Meehan's, where the local supporters's group meets. Atlanta Liverpool fans have been meeting here now for the last couple of seasons. Crowds can get up to 100-200 reds for big matches, and away fans are welcome too. They show all LFC games, even the really early ones. Ian the manager and Jordan the chef are reds and cater to our needs well. Join the mailing list at www.lfcatlanta.com/join for info and special events.

Atlanta
Fadó Irish Pub
273 Buckhead Ave, GA 30305
www.fadoirishpub.com/atlanta
404 841-0066
myralfc [19 May 2007]: [The old Fadó location at 3035 Peachtree Rd] One of two places in Atlanta to watch games. Up to 10 screens to watch the games. This is the only pub to show all games, including early kickoffs. All televised games (up to 5 different games simultaneously) are shown. It will get very busy for big games, so arrive in plenty of time. This is also the home of the Celtic Supporters Club. Ask for Myra, and I'll introduce you to everyone. This is where I will be watching the remainder of the games through the end of next season...until I finally move to Liverpool in June of '08. Only 13 months and counting...

Atlanta
[29 Oct 2009]: In Atlanta, Reds always outnumber mancs/cockneys.


Illinois

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Chicago
AJ Hudson’s Public House
3801 N Ashland Ave, IL 60613 (between Grace St & Byron St, at Grace and Ashland in the Lakeview neighborhood)
Google map
ajhudsons.com
www.facebook.com/AJHudsons
@AJHudsons
773 348-2767
Open to all ages during all Liverpool FC matches.
[13 Mar 2014]: Cracking pub, mostly Reds although the owner is apparently an ex-pat Evertonian!
[15 Dec 2015]: I went on Sunday, it was a pretty good turnout. Unfortunately I got told to shut up for singing by the owner. But he's a toffee, so I put it down to that. Strange that a toffee would host the reds supporters club, but there you go. Enough people there appreciated it though, had a few beers bought for me.

Chicago
The Globe Pub
1934 W Irving Park Rd, IL 60613 (Irving Park and Damen Ave)
theglobepub.net
www.facebook.com/globepub
773 871-3757
[21 Feb 2006]: I would recommend Fado and the Globe - the Globe is in Ravenswood, North of the city, I guess it depends where you based. I always go to the Globe, good screens and plenty of them, friendly service, English ancent groupies for some easy lovin' and a great selection of English beers and stouts as well as other good bars in the area post match. Entrance fees range from $10 to $20 for internationals.
[24 Feb 2006]: I'd definitley reccomend it. One half was watching Real Madrid and Arsenal and the other the Reds (a couple of screens had Bayern and AC Milan).
[24 Feb 2006]: New joint not too far from Gingers. Nice and clean. Been a while since i went there, but they had projection tv's sending images on white wall-stickies, which i didnt like because the glare created blind spots. Havent been back, but there's a RAWK member who hits that pub named Eric somethingorother.
[24 Aug 2006]: This is close by my house, so it's easier to get to for the 6:45 am games. The food is crap and so is the service. A lot of ex-pats, but it is an Arsenal, Celtic, and supporters pub. They also have the largest Everton scarf I've ever seen. 20$ for finals and friendlies (sometimes) call to find out in advance. Easy to get to from downtown, half a block west from the Irving Park brown line stop. Probably 20 mins from downtown. If you're downtown may as well go to Fadó's though.
[24 Dec 2006]: Yeah I'm one of the 5-10 liverpool fans at the globe as well. I'm one of the 2 asian dudes.
[24 Dec 2006]: I go there when I can. I like it alot. The owner seems like a good bloke and there is a pretty good selection of drinks there as well. Only fucking problem is that when I go there I spend a shit ton of money because football is always on there.

Chicago
Fadó Irish Pub
100 W Grand Ave, IL 60654 (just north of the river and west of the Michigan Avenue shops)
www.fadoirishpub.com/chicago
312 836-0066
[21 Feb 2006]: Shows a lot of matches, and has some Reds that watch there. Plus they have proper ale and do a decent curry & chips.
[24 Feb 2006]: Nice food, sizeable joint with large crowds for the WC qualifiers.
[3 May 2006]: It didn't appear to be associated with any kind of supporters club, but it's in the Near North, which is dead handy for the city centre. $10 cover charge to watch the game - it was shown in an upstairs bar. From memory, there were a couple of large TV's, but the sightlines weren't great. Electronic leprechauns blocking the view, etc. Expect all the usual stuff you associate with the whole fake Irish bar phenomenon. They do food, and the staff were reasonably friendly.
Siempre Roja [12 Oct 2006]: They never charge for Premier League games- only for premium content on Setanta, like every other bar. Also, the staff is fabulous and welcoming with a couple of Irishmen, Englishmen, Scotsmen, and even an Australian. Even for kick-offs at 6:45 in the morning there are at least a dozen fans there, and it can get packed for big games. Unfortuntaley, there are a few mancs in the crowd, but they've managed to keep the Chelsea fans out. Highly recommend!

Chicago
Abbey Pub
3420 W Grace, IL 60615 (at Elston Ave)
www.theabbeychicago.com
773 478-4408
[24 Feb 2006]: Burgers are great. Also, not too far form Globe and Ginger's.
[24 Aug 2006]: Odd spot this, It looks like a hunters lodge on the inside, and it hosts some of the better underground hip hop shows, and indie music shows. As for the footie, the entrance fees are usually half (10$ vs 20$) than at Fadó's for finals and such, and the service is better cause it's not that packed. If you're downtown may as well go to Fadó's though.

Chicago
Delilah's
2771 N Lincoln Ave, IL 60614
www.delilahschicago.com
773 472-2771
[2006/7]: Only shows non-ppv games on saturdays. No food, but lots of different beers & scotches. The bartender for the soccer matches, Dave, is a good guy and very knowledgeable (despite supporting United). They also show some Italian/Spanish games between Premier League games/if the Premier League games are bad.


Indiana

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Kansas

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Kansas City
McCoy's Public House & Brewery
4057 Pennsylvania Ave, MO 64111
www.mccoyskc.com
816 960-0866
[28 Dec 2014]: Don't think LFC have a branch in KC but try here to watch the match


Kentucky

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Louisiana

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New Orleans
Finn McCool's Irish Pub
3701 Banks St, LA 70119 (in Mid-City between Carrolton and Jefferson Davis)
Google map
finnmccools.com
504 486-9080
[28 Feb 2015]: It's New Orleans..they never close..  :P finnmccools.com/football-schedule


Maryland

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Baltimore
Smaltimore
2522 Fait Ave, Canton, MD 21224
smaltimorebaltimore.com
www.facebook.com/Smaltimorethebar
@SmaltimoreMD
410 522-1421
lfcbaltimore.com: We moved to Smaltimore when No Idea Tavern changed hands.
[23 Apr 2014]: The Baltimore group is actually quite active... during the LFC USA tour in 2012, one of the matches was in Baltimore and they had a BIG block party at, and outside the bar prior to the game...the name of the bar is "No Idea".
[23 Apr 2014]: From Indianapolis but can attest to the Baltimore supporters club - I went out that way summer of 2012 for the US tour. Great supporters group, met at the No Idea tavern for a huge pre-match party. They helped myself and a friend out with tickets and probably had a couple thousand supporters march to the stadium before the match.
[23 Apr 2014]: Brian from Baltimore LFC supporters club is awesome. Went to the game vs Spurs there in 2012 by myself. Got the ticket from them through FB as well. Was my first Liverpool experience, sat(stood) with the guys and it was one of the best days of my life. It's a really nice group awesome people you should get in touch with them on FB, they'd love to have you over.

Baltimore
Sláinte Irish Pub & Restaurant
Historic Fells Point, 1700 Thames St, MD 21231
www.slaintepub.com
www.facebook.com/SlaintePub
@Slaintepub
410 563-6600
[28 Jan 2008]: League games Saturday and Sunday. Open at 7am. Great breakfast.

Bethesda
Flanagan's Harp and Fiddle
4844 Cordell Ave, MD 20814
www.flanagansharpandfiddle.com
301 951-0115
[11 Oct 2006]: Recommended.


Massachusetts

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Cambridge
The Phoenix Landing
512 Massachusetts Ave, Central Square, MA 02139 (it's really easy to get to. Take the Red Line (on the subway) to Central Square, go out of the exit that most people are using (with the escalator), then turn around once you get outside and keep walking until you see it on the other side of the street)
Google map

phoenixlandingbar.com/sports.html
www.facebook.com/thePhoenixLanding
lfcboston.com/phoenixlanding.php
617 576-6260
liverpoolynwa [6 May 2006]: Liverpool supporters always outnumber opposing teams supporters, great atmosphere for the big matches
[7 May 2007]: In the recent Sports Illustrated issue: "There's really only one place in Beantown to go if you want to enjoy a European soccer game: the Phoenix Landing, a dark soccer-friendly pub in Central Square. On Champions League match days, especially if Liverpool is playing, the Phoenix Landing transforms from a spot where MIT geniuses have a beer before going back to curing cancer into a satellite version of Anfield's famous "Kop," complete with red scarves coiled around every neck, Gerrard jerseys clinging to mountainous British beer bellies and unintelligible bursts of Liverpudlian-accented cheering."
[11 Jan 2014]: The best place is Phoenix Landing. LFC Boston, the Liverpool supporters club, meets there. Great atmosphere. You'll be surrounded by Reds. Have fun!
[11 Jan 2014]: My wife and I went there years ago for a game and we had a blast (who knew Guinness by itself was a breakfast food?). When we were there half the bar was reds watching our match and the other half Mancs watching theres ... great atmosphere. Seemed more like a general 'footy' bar than an LFC bar at the time but maybe more LFC fans now with the FSG connection?
[11 Jan 2014]: It's definitely an LFC bar, but they show plenty of other matches so it does de facto become a general footy bar at times when there's no LFC match (and I guess when there's another popular one on simultaneously).
[11 Jan 2014]: If you go by the McNasty's you've gone too far. The blinds in the windows will be drawn, and probably just a small sidewalk sign outside, just head in.
[12 Jan 2014]: I can vouch for Phoenix too. Was in the US last summer and watched the villa away game there. It was absolutely rammed but lots of screens, good beer and good crowd. Funny you should mention McNasty's, had a half time burger there.
Aitken Drum [12 Jan 2014]: Here's a photo of the Reds Supporters trying to get into the Phoenix Rising pub [above].

Cambridge
The Field
20 Prospect St, Central Square, MA 02139 (just twenty-seven steps down Prospect Street from the Central Square Red Line T stop, just off of Mass Ave)
www.thefieldpub.com
www.facebook.com/The-Field-Pub-489870384393810
617 354-7345
brightonpete [28 Oct 2012]: This is my go to bar in the Boston, Mass area. They will be open for the derby. I'll be there if anyone wants to stop by and say hi.


Michigan

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Minnesota

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Minneapolis
Brit's Pub & Eating Establishment
1110 Nicollet Mall, MN 55403
www.britspub.com
www.facebook.com/Brits-Pub-134961982287
612 332-3908
Drewcatt [24 Aug 2006]: Pretty good atmosphere, and they sometimes even open early enough to catch the first game at 6:30am.


Missouri

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Nevada

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Las Vegas
Crown and Anchor British Pub
1350 E Tropicana Ave, NV 89119
www.crownandanchorlv.com
702 739-8676
[16 May 2007]: The big footie place in Vegas is the Crown and Anchor. Check the addy with the hotel and cab it over... Most places will be showing it [the CL final] but the Crown will probably have an atmosphere as well.
Dufus200 [2008]: I use this place every time i've gone to vegas. Watched a few reds games there, always got plenty of reds fans in, and a great atmosphere. Cracking place to watch England games aswell. Owned by a brit and was the subject of a sky documentary a few years back.
[1 Jan 2009]: Just got back from Vegas. Watched the Bolton game in the Crown and Anchor and got charged ten dollars each for the pleasure. Gorgeous breakfast pancakes at 8am though.

Las Vegas
MGM Grand Sports Book
[1 Jan 2009]: Watched Newcastle game at MGM Grand Sports Book. On 23 screens. For free. So I recommend there.

Las Vegas
One of the bars at Planet Hollywood
[1 Jan 2009]: Setanta is also on in one of the bars at Planet Hollywood for free. Better than paying for it.


New Jersey

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Hoboken
Mulligans
159 First St, NJ 07030 (between Bloomfield & Garden)
mulligansonfirst.net
www.facebook.com/mulligans.hoboken
201 876-4101
[12 May 2006]: a great selection of beers, three big tv's and a load of smaller ones placed around the bar. they do a great irish breakfast and get a good crowd in with a great atmosphere. plenty of reds in here.


New York

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Albany
Wolff's Biergarten
895 Broadway, NY 12207
www.wolffsbiergarten.com/albany-new-york
www.facebook.com/WolffsBiergartenAlbany
518 427-2461
[29 Aug 2009]: One of the boston guys lives in albany says its football friendly.
[23 Apr 2014]: I usually go to Albany for big games. Great group of fans. We watch at Wolf's beirgarten.It often shows up as one the bars on you tube with great fan reactions to goals.

NYC
The 11th Street Bar
510 E 11th St, NY 10009 (between Ave A & B)
www.11thstbar.com
www.facebook.com/11thStBar
@11thBar
212 982-3929
[3 May 2006]: Home of the NY Liverpool Supporter's Club -> www.lfcny.org
ConnieLFC [10 Apr 2014]: No reservations taken - plan to be there at least an hour before kickoff if you want to be fairly certain of getting in. That said, we now have three backup locations within a few blocks so you'll have plenty of other Reds around to watch the match with if you're unable to get into the 11th Street.
[3 Sept 2014]: 11th Street tends to be really, really packed on gamedays hours before kickoff ... Lunasa is a couple blocks away and is where they typically direct the overflow from 11th Street (which is a tiny pub).It'll be packed with Reds.That's my best bet for ya!YNWA

NYC
The BootRoom at The Irish American Pub & Restaurant
17 John St, NY 10038 (btwn Broadway & Nassau St, in the Financial District - v close to the World Trade Center site)
Google map
bootroomnyc.com
www.facebook.com/BootRoomNYC
www.irishamericanpubnyc.com
@TheIApub
646 414-6223
[13 Oct 2014]: Another absolutely brilliant place has been opened here in New York. They've decked the place out in Liverpool gear / posters / flags, they've got loads of TV screens, a good beer selection, a pool room next door, and it's a really welcoming group of people who meet up there. Mike Myers watches some games in there, and they're having some LFC Legends events soon (John Barnes at the United game). Food always looks delicious, too. Don't get me wrong, the 11th St Bar is an institution, but the number of LFC supporters in New York has outgrown the space. You're not getting in to 11th St unless you're there hours before KO for the big games. I highly recommend the Boot Room as an alternative.
[14 Feb 2015]: The Boot Room at the Irish American in the Financial District should be everyone's go-to in New York!
[5 Sept 2015]: The best LFC bar in NYC. The guys who own it have also just opened a place called Carraghers which is closer to Times Sq but I've not been. I'm sure that place is great too, because the guys who run the two places are brilliant. Don't bother with 11th St Bar. You won't get in unless you're willing to be there for hours beforehand.
[21 Nov 2015]: If you liked Carra's, you'd love The Boot Room (same basic ownership, I think). Plenty of folks about to fill 11th St and Carragher's and The Boot Room.

NYC
Carragher's Pub & Restaurant
228 W 39th St, NY 10018
Google map
www.carraghersnyc.com
@CarrasNYC
www.facebook.com/Carraghers-Pub-Restaurant-1575221939383392
646 370-1545
[17 Mar 2015]: New place opening in New York soon. Only been "officially" announced today with not much detail, but ... run by the same guys who run The Boot Room in the Financial District. They're doing a superb job of spreading the Liverpool gospel in NYC. They're the guys who had the Anfield Wrap over, and they've had John Barnes and Jan Molby over in the last few months. To top it all off, Carra's going over there to do a Q&A later this month.
[20 Nov 2015]: I went to Carragher's pub to watch the CP game. Terrible outcome for the match, but I was impressed with the atmosphere. All bar seats were taken an hour before the whistle, so if you are going, get there early. Only open since August, but they sunk a ton of money into the bar; it looks fantastic. Also - there is no mistake that this is a 100% LFC bar. All 20 TVs were on LFC/CP, despite Spurs/Arsenal playing at the same time. Some Arsenal fan inquired about putting a tv on that game and the bartender basically told him to find an Arsenal bar for that! lol Highly recommended!
[21 Nov 2015]: awesome! but - I believe that means he is under cutting the 10th street bar - which has carried the banner for liverpool for ages. guess as you point out though now that numerous other bars are becoming Liverpool bars - a good thing
[21 Nov 2015]: If you liked Carra's, you'd love The Boot Room (same basic ownership, I think). Plenty of folks about to fill 11th St and Carragher's and The Boot Room.
[25 Nov 2015]: What a great venue. I'm not really a pub kinda guy, but it struck the right balance between looking like a classic pub, but also being stylish enough to be a bar. Literally 20 seconds away from Time Square, must have cost a bomb! Best pizza nearby in my opinion (I'm a veggie though) was 'Kiss My Pizza Slice'. I wasn't in the best moods overall (I was leaving to come back to London that day) so I didn't really speak to anyone, but the charity raffle for a 2005 signed CL kit was very cool. Decent atmosphere too and seemed relatively OK priced. Plenty of screens and there was even an upper bit which I never actually went to look at. Tables seemed to be all gone by the time I reached for KO (although it was just me on my lonesome), but worth keeping in mind if you're planning to visit and eat with friends to get there early. Edit: I actually assumed it's owned by Carra. Is that incorrect?
[14 Jan 2016]: Watched the game there before Christmas. Good atmosphere and decent food.
[28 Feb 2016]: I'm going to be in New York for the 2 Europa League games against Utd. Before the draw I was planning on just turning up to Carragher's Bar about an hour before kick off, but with it being against Utd I'd imagine it would be more busier than usual? Anyone ever been before and know if it gets so busy that I'd need to make a reservation/turn up even earlier than an hour?
[23 March 2016]: [Re: the above post] Was quite busy in there for the first leg but they did manage to find a table for us, the second leg fell on St Paddy's Day though and the place was incredibly packed. I don't think everybody in there was actually watching the game, some just celebrating the day, but it was a good atmosphere both days nonetheless. They play YNWA after the final whistle and everybody goes crazy. Some of the cocktails are named after places on Merseyside too. Definitely recommend it to anybody looking for a place to watch a game in NYC.

NYC
The Grafton (formerly Lunasa Pub)
126 First Ave, NY 10009
Google map
www.TheGraftonNYC.com
www.facebook.com/TheGraftonNYC
@TheGraftonNYC
212 228-8580
[Sept 2015]

Saratoga Springs
Harvey's Restaurant & Bar (formerly The Irish Times)
14 Phila St, NY 12866
harveyspub.com/sports
www.facebook.com/meetmeatharveys
518 583-0003
[29 Oct 2009]: [The Irish Times] As far as I know, this is the ONLY place that broadcasts games in this area of NY state. They're a new bar, just opened this past summer. Plays Premiership games, CL games, rugby and NFL. I've been twice since I realized it existed. The first time it was only me and 3 horse trainers from the UK there to watch the game. The next time it was only me. All the food I've had thus far has been good and the cider was great. The staff is quite friendly as well.


North Carolina

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Raleigh
London Bridge Pub
110 E Hargett St, NC 27601 (in downtown Raleigh)
www.thelondonbridgepub.com
@londonbridgepub
919 838-6633
Google map
[7 Jan 2013]: If you are in the Raleigh-Durham North Carolina area..use this pub. Owned by 2 Liverpool supporters

Raleigh
Hibernian Pub Irish Pub & Restaurant
311 Glenwood Ave, NC 27603 (in downtown Raleigh)
hibernianpub.com/glenwood
www.facebook.com/HibernianPub
919 833-2258
[14 Aug 2010]: Opens early and Match Days and has a steady stream or match goers from many PL clubs, Pints are quite cheap on Sundays and they play most UEFA and PL matches, and have been known to record and play later matches if called first. Friendly and sometimes the bartender gives discounts on pints during matches.


Ohio

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Cleveland
The Old Angle Tavern
1848 W 25th St, OH 44113
www.facebook.com/OldAngleSoccer
216 861-5643
[31 Aug 2005]
[8 Aug 2015]: My friends in Cleveland say call the Old Angle first, it's your best bet.


Oregon

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Portland
442 Soccer Bar
1739 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214 (NW corner of SE. 18th and Hawthorne)
www.442soccerbar.com
www.facebook.com/442-Soccer-Bar-in-Portland-Oregon-138357999511242
503 238-3693
442soccerbar@gmail.com
[21 Mar 2016]: Anyone going to Portland Oregon: www.442soccerbar.com. Small pub but filled with scarves, flags, players shirts. Any football (soccer) match will be on there. They do not open for the 4:30 am kickoffs though. They record it and show it a bit later. Call for the time. (I think 7 am). Owner is a Liverpool supporter. Anyone in the local area, talk to the owner as they are looking into getting an Official Liverpool supporters branch for Portland. He knows the lad who wants to start one.
[21 Mar 2016]: And go to a Timbers match if you can, fucking great atmosphere...


Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia
LFC Philly
The Victoria Freehouse
10 South Front Street, PA 19106 (corner of Front and Market Streets, on the edge of Old City)
Google map
www.victoriafreehouse.com
www.facebook.com/TheVictoriaFreehouse
@TVFHPhilly
215 543-6089
phillypool [26 Oct 2015]: The guys from @LFCPhilly meet there
bigjinks [30 Nov 2015]: I run the FB page for the Philly central group. The place we meet, and we've had a few issues but we seem to have resolved them, is the Victoria Freehouse. They open early for us. The main problem has been getting a consistent turnout and the games that are internet only (now resolved). We are friendly with the guys at the Abbey. Big Chris who runs that group is an old mate of mine I used to watch games with at Fado between 04 and 09 - after that the majority of us moved out to the suburbs and had kids. The reason I haven't proposed OSC status yet, is because I've just got done after 5-6 years of involvement with a 501c3 MLS supporters group, and I just don't want to dive right back into it. If someone wants to take the lead on that, I'm all for it, just drop me a message. Cheers.

Philadelphia (Horsham)
LFC Philadelphia
Iron Abbey
680 North Easton Rd, Horsham, PA 19044
www.facebook.com/IronAbbeyGastroPub
www.ironabbey.com
215 956-9600
[28 Jan 2014]: Iron Abbey provides drink and meal specials for Liverpool matches

Philadelphia
Jose Pistola's
263 South 15th St, PA 19102
www.josepistolas.com
www.facebook.com/jose.pistolas
@JosePistolas
215 545-4101
comment on facebook.com/LFCPhiladelphia [30 Aug 2015]: Jose's is @ LFC bar. Check it out for United match. Sara Walker is always behind the bar taking care of us during matches. Joe Gunn owns the bar and is all about LFC.

Philadelphia
Cavanaugh's Headhouse (formerly The Dark Horse)
421 S 2nd St, PA 19147 (just a few blocks off South Street on the historic Headhouse Square)
www.cavsheadhouse.com
www.facebook.com/cavsheadhouse
@Cavsheadhouse
215 928-9307
Keeps that same look and feel as it's predecessors with a wildly updated sports bar element.
Guybrush [24 Aug 2006]: [The Dark Horse] Great atmosphere, multiple bars and televisions. A big Liverpool following that come for matches. I watched the '05 Champions League final there. There was an article about the pub and the final in World Soccer. I was one of "the American's up front". :)
[5 Feb 2010]: [The Dark Horse] While briefly living in Philadelphia, I came to prefer this bar to the aforementioned Fadó's. It's locally-owned, for one, and I think the beer selection was better. It does open early, even for the obscenely-early kick-offs. I don't recall ever having to pay a cover, although I only ever went to watch proper football. Internationals might have different rules. Street parking only, I believe.
[2013]: Became Cavanaugh's Headhouse.

Philadelphia
Fadó Irish Pub
1500 Locust St, PA 19102
www.fadoirishpub.com/philadelphia
www.facebook.com/fadophilly
215 893-9700
[3 May 2006]: My local. Irish bar managed by an Irish Liverpool fan.
[7 Oct 2007]: Well, here I am. I've just watched the Spurs match in Fado's in Philadelphia. Breakfast and beer at 10:00 am.  :lickin  It's a good bar, has loads of TVs, Rugby and three different football matches on in different rooms. The atmosphere was good, until a drunken Norwegian fell over and the food was very tasty. Thanks for the tip, whoever posted it.  :wave  Pity about the result  :'(
[29 Oct 2009]: Finally got my chance to watch a match in a pub filled w/ fellow fans. Went to Fadó's for the LFC/Manc game and I had a fantastic time. Mostly b/c it was nice to actually see other people reacting to the game in front of my face and not just the ones on tv.
[2 Feb 2012]: Fado is alright, it is a chain of fake Irish pubs located in big cities across the States. I usually go there because Dark Horse is tough for me to get to via Septa. I wouldn't go there on a Friday/Saturday night, turns into a douchebag date-rape dance party as most fake Irish pubs in Philly seem to be. Fado, not Dark Horse.
[27 Jan 2014]: a chain Irish pub right in Center City, but seems to be a general soccer bar, and is a Celtic FC hangout place if anything.

Philadelphia
Tír na nÓg Irish Bar & Grill
1600 Arch St, PA 19103
www.tirnanogphilly.com
www.facebook.com/tnnphilly
267 514-1700
[2 Feb 2012]: I can recommend Tir Na Nog. Haven't been there specifically for a Liverpool match but seen a few other matches there. Their TV for the headline match is huge. And they have Carlsberg on draft.
bigjinks [23 Apr 2014]: There are 2 Philadelphia groups. One is actually about 30-45 mins outside the city in Horsham. The other which I'm part of is really casual and I'm sometimes in TirNaNog in center city. I post that I'll be there and we've had good turn outs. Since having a few babies the last 3 years I find it harder and harder to get out and organize things. But I'll be at the Iron Abbey in Horsham with LFC Philadelphia on Sunday for Chelsea game and in TirNaNog with LFC Philly on May 5th for the palace game.
[17 Nov 2015]: I went to Tir Na Nog , and watched the game on mute under the bar, I was the only person there interested in the game. It was also the closest place to my hotel.
[30 Nov 2015]: See The Victoria Freehouse above.

Philadelphia
O'Neals Pub
611 S 3rd St, PA 19147
www.onealspub.com
www.facebook.com/ONealsPubPhilly
215 574-9495
[26 Oct 2015]: Call to make sure

Pittsburgh
Piper's Pub
1828 E Carson St, PA 15203
www.piperspub.com
412 381-3977
[2 Jan 2007]


South Carolina

www.YNWatchA.com/south-carolina.html

Charleston (North)
Madra Rua Irish Pub
1034 E Montague Ave, Park Circle, N Charleston, SC 29405
Google map
www.madraruapub.com
www.facebook.com/madra1
843 554-2522
Open for all matches
[29 Sept 2009]: Its a decent spot, had 5 EPL games Saturday plus the Barca game. They're also showing all European games involving the English clubs this week.

Columbia
The British Bulldog Pub
1220 Bower Parkway E-10, SC 29212
Google map
www.thebritishbulldogpub.com
www.facebook.com/TheBritishBulldogPub
803 227-8918
Open for all matches. Locally owned by Mark Bowyer, Bill Quirk and Rob Sharpley. Mark and Bill are originally from Liverpool, England, whilst Rob was born in Austin, Texas and raised in Irmo.
[20 Aug 2015]: Besides the British Bulldog....there's 3 locations for Cock N' Bull pubs in Columbia, SC. So you've got choices.


Tennessee

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Nashville (Cool Springs/Franklin)
Franklin Abbey (formerly Dan McGuinness. [5 Oct 2015]: "Really the same place and staff, just a name change")
9200 Carothers Parkway, Franklin, TN 37067
franklinabbey.com
www.facebook.com/TNFranklinAbbey
615 435-8121
[12 Feb 2015]: One place that DID [have the game on at 9am], was an Irish bar called Dan McGuiness in Cool Springs (just outside Nashville). Their Nashville location didn't have the game on, but the one in Cool Springs/Franklin did. It seems to be the home for "Nashville" reds, but for me it was just too far to go on a mad hangover, early morning, with no car. I think it was about a 20 minute drive from where I was, unfortunately.

Nashville
[12 Feb 2015]: Unfortunately, Nashville is not the best place to catch the footy. Fleet Street told me the game was on too early so they wouldn't be open, but that I could head over for the Man City match later that day (no thanks), and I spoke to two other of the larger sports bars in the city, and neither had the game on [but see Franklin Abbey above].


Texas

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Addison (North Dallas)
The Londoner
14930 Midway Rd, Addison, TX 75001 (cross street: Beltway Rd)
Google map
www.londoneraddison.com
www.facebook.com/The-Londoner-Addison-333486376372
972 458-2444
Dallas Texas Official LFC Supporters Club
Texas Reds Fan [10 Sept 2007]: Another good place in the (north) Dallas, Texas area to watch Liverpool
4pool [1 Dec 2015]: In Dallas, the Branch pub (for now) is the Londoner in Addison. But due to travel distances, the Londoner in Colleyville (mid cities nearer Ft. Worth) also get 20 or so for match days. There's a couple other pubs where limited numbers of supporters show up. For big matches then we have a couple lads who drive 30-40 miles to come watch. They don't want to do that drive every week. Opening day, we have a Branch get together. Usually near 100 will show. Everyone knows to come register for the new season. You can't be all things to all people. So people will watch where it is convenient to them if distances are involved. [This post was part of a broader discussion - see previous pages about Philadelphia.]

Austin
Fadó Irish Pub
214 W 4th St, TX 78701 (in the heart of the Warehouse District on 4th St between Colorado and Lavaca)
www.fadoirishpub.com/austin
www.facebook.com/fadoaustin
@FadoAustin
512 457-0172
Austin Texas Official LFC Supporters Club
[13 Feb 2015]: Looks a decent spot. Just popped in to check they'll have the game on, and they will. Along with the Six Nations ($20 cover - standard in the US as it's usually on PPV). :)

Colleyville, near Fort Worth and Dallas
The Londoner
5150 Colleyville Blvd, TX 76034
www.thelondonerpub.com/locations/colleyville
817 581-3577
4pool [1 Dec 2015]: In Dallas, the Branch pub (for now) is the Londoner in Addison. But due to travel distances, the Londoner in Colleyville (mid cities nearer Ft. Worth) also get 20 or so for match days.

Dallas
see Addison and Colleyville above

Fort Worth
see Colleyville above

Houston
The Gorgeous Gael
Rice Village, 5555 Morningside Dr, TX 77005
www.thegorgeousgaelbar.com
www.facebook.com/thegorgeousgael
@TheGorgeousGael
832 667-8321
Houston Texas Official LFC Supporters Club
Tim [11 June 2015]: Bit of an update for Houston. The supporter's club in Houston has decided to move venue due to how much it's grown in the past couple of years. Ron's Pub will still be showing all of our games but The Gorgeous Gael is going to be main venue. They will definitely be open for every Liverpool game.

Houston
Ron's Pub and White Horse Inn
1826 Fountain View Dr, TX 77057
Google map
www.ronspubhouston.com
www.facebook.com/Rons-Pub-117487271601545
713 977-4820
Houston Texas Official LFC Supporters Club
Tim [18 Apr 2014]: Ron's Pub is definitely the place to watch any of our games when you're there. It's now recognised by the club as the official LFC Supporters Club in Houston as well. I watched the West Ham and City games in there and both times have been boss. A great mix of Scousers and locals. They even had Bruce Grobbelaar in a few weeks ago giving a talk. They open early for every LFC game. Even at 6am this Sunday for Norwich I believe.
Tim [11 June 2015]: Bit of an update for Houston. The supporter's club in Houston has decided to move venue due to how much it's grown in the past couple of years. Ron's Pub will still be showing all of our games but the new place is going to be main venue.

Houston
The Richmond Arms Pub
5920 Richmond Ave, TX 77057 (cross street Fountain View Dr)
www.richmondarmsonline.com
www.facebook.com/TheRichmondArmsPub
713 784-7722
ianation [2006/7]: Come join us, always looking for more reds to shout at the tv early on saturday mornings!

San Antonio
Sherlock's Baker St Pub and Grill
Park Oaks Center, 16620 US-281, TX 78232 (off Thousand Oaks and 281)
sherlockspub.com/San-Antonio
www.facebook.com/SherlocksSanAntonio
@BakerStreetPub
210 572-9307
San Antonio Texas Official LFC Supporters Club
4pool [27 Mar 2015]: We meet for every match at Sherlock's Baker St. Pub and Grille. Our official Facebook is: www.facebook.com/LFCSanAntonio and our twitter handle is @LFCSanAntonio. Any questions can be emailed to liverpool.sanantonio@gmail.com


Vermont

www.YNWatchA.com/vermont.html

Burlington
Rí Rá Irish Pub
123 Church St, VT 05401
www.rira.com/burlington
www.facebook.com/riraburlington
802 860-9401
[4 Aug 2015]: Anyone know a bar in Burlington, VT for Sunday?
[4 Aug 2015]: Call these guys.


Virginia

www.YNWatchA.com/virginia.html

Arlington
Summers 2 Sports Bar
1520 N Courthouse Rd, VA 22201 (corner of Wilson Blvd. 1 block from Courthouse Metro)
www.summers-restaurant.com
@Summers2SB
703 528-8278
[12 May 2006]: Recommended by DC-area Reds, easily accessible from the DC Metro Orange line (Courthouse stop). Loads of international football and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
[11 Oct 2008]: I watched Inter-Liverpool at Summers' in DC last year, almost everyone else was an inter supporter :D I remember jumping 5 feet in the air when torres scored. everyone was friendly, plenty of TVs, etc
[23 Apr 2014]: ... Also Summer's in Arlington just across the river in VA is worth a shout.

Richmond
Penny Lane Pub
421 E Franklin St, VA 23219 (downtown, you cant miss the huge british flag sign with the liverbird in the middle)
www.pennylanepub.com
www.facebook.com/PennyLanePubVA
804 780-1682
A true Liverpool pub
ericthered10 [12 Aug 2010]: Fantastic spot to go see a game. Owners are from Liverpool, they show all football almost all the time, and they play nothing but the Beatles. The staff is super nice and the selection of British beer is great. Also, for every pint you buy you get a token for a free half pint. You can stop by almost any time and shoot the shit with people there about our fair club.
Stout [8 Sept 2015]: Anyone from Richmond, VA? If so - we just started an official LFC Supporters Club and looking to grow membership. Search "LFC RVA" group on Facebook for details. Looking for more formal get-togethers at Penny Lane and other venues...

also see Washington, DC below


Washington, DC

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Washington, DC
The Queen Vic
1206 H St NE, DC 20002
www.thequeenvicdc.com
www.facebook.com/thequeenvicdc
@queenvicdc
202 396-2001
[23 Apr 2014]: I don't make the games but I know folks that do - and they always post pics from the meetings. the bar owner has opened early for every game the last couple of seasons and has let the group put up either flags and scarves or both.apparently good food and good brews too.
[23 Apr 2014]: Queen Vic is great. Also Summer's in Arlington just across the river in VA is worth a shout.
[23 Apr 2014]: It is fantastic ... and it will be packed. Good food, good beer. The fans are a mix, some Brits, some newer fans, everyone has a great time. Hard to get chants/songs going since usually only a couple people know them.
[24 Apr 2014]: I live down the street from the Queen Vic and can tell you it's the best place in DC to watch. Two levels and a porch packed with reds an hour before the match starts. The owner's wife is from Wales and a big Cardiff supporter but he has always supported Liverpool as his "traditional team". I got there 40 minutes before the start of the City match and had to stand in the corner of the porch. Fantastic bar, fantastic bartenders, fantastic atmosphere.

Washington, DC
The Lucky Bar
1221 Connecticut Ave, DC 20036 (just north of the intersection of 18th Street NW and Connecticut Avenue NW, two blocks south of Dupont Circle)
www.luckybardc.com
@luckybardc
202 331-3733
[24 Aug 2006]: Run by a manc fan, but draws all crowds, shows tons of games. Little bar in the front, big room in the back. Gets very crowded for big games, especially international matches.
[25 Apr 2008]: Owned by a Welsh guy, Always has Liverpool games on. Even plays YNWA on the DJ system before big games. Great bunch of REDS drink there.

Washington, DC
Fadó Irish Pub
808 Seventh St, DC 20001
www.fadoirishpub.com/washington
202 789-0066
[11 Oct 2006]: Recommended.

also see Arlington, Virginia above


Washington

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Seattle
George & Dragon Pub
206 N 36th St, WA 98103 (in the Fremont neighbourhood)
www.georgeanddragonpub.com
206 545-6864
[4 May 2006]: ... a mix of British ex-pats and locals who have been converted to the beautiful game. They show several EPL matches each weekend but some are tape-delayed so always check the tv schedule on the website. Usually a good crowd for Liverpool matches and was a great atmosphere for the CL Final last May. The pub is run by ex-pats so they do a real English breakfast and one of the cooks is a Red. ;)


Wisconsin

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Canada, Bermuda & Mexico

Jump to Bermuda
Jump to Mexico

Canada

Alberta - Calgary
British Columbia - Vancouver
Ontario - Toronto, Oshawa, Ottawa
Quebec - Montreal


Alberta

www.YNWatchA.com/canada.html#alberta

Calgary
The Winkin Owl Pub & Grill
13750 Bow Bottom Trail SE, T2J 6T5
www.thewinkinowl.com
403 225-1881
[2011/14]

Calgary
Ship and Anchor Pub
534 17th Ave SW, T2S 0B1
Google map
www.shipandanchor.com
@ShipSoccer
@Ship_and_Anchor
403 245-3333
[24 Aug 2006]: Soccer pub in the mornings and at lunchtime, and a fun place to hang out with the tatooed and pierced crowd in the evenings. There are all types of supporters there (mostly of English teams) and I got to watch both the Champions League final and last year's FA cup final there. Fun times.


British Columbia

www.YNWatchA.com/canada.html#bc

Vancouver
The Butcher & Bullock
911 W Pender St, V6J 1W9 (in downtown Vancouver, close to Burrard and Waterfront SkyTrain stations)
Google map
@ButcherAndBull
donnellygroup.ca/the-butcher-bullock
www.facebook.com/TheButcherandBullock
604 662-8866
[17 Apr 2014]: Just wanted to share this video (not mine but i was there). Local pub that opens for LFC fans every matchday no matter the time. Keep in mind this game started at 5:37AM local time. People were lined up at 4:45AM to get in. About 200+ fans. Next weeks game is at 4AM and im sure will be just as busy as it is every weekend. PS. Pubs have to close at 2am so its not as easy as just staying in the pub till the game comes on.


Ontario

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Courtice (near Oshawa) - about 65km (40 miles) east of Toronto
The Courtyard
1437 King Street E, Courtice, L1E 2J6 (nearest cross roads: King St (Hwy 2) & Darlington Rd)
Google map
www.thecourtyardrestaurant.ca
905 404-0251
A clean and friendly pub with great food (curry included), 17 taps on hand to dispense your favourite brew as well as nine TVs to watch our mighty Reds. When the weather permits you can also watch the match on the licensed patio. For ALL televised matches, including the 7am kick offs and open to all ages.
[15 Dec 2009]: Loads of Reds, lots of songs, and a good piss up. Its about 30-45 minutes out of Toronto. Great place and made the group of Torontonians that came up feel welcome.

Ottawa
Georgetown Sports Pub
1159 Bank St, K1S 3X7
Google map
www.georgetownpub.ca
www.facebook.com/Georgetown-Sports-Pub-142035389161224
613 731-9191
[4 Feb 2010]: ... is even going to be opening a few hours early on Saturday to show the derby. I went there last weekend as well and there were a couple dozen reds there watching the game at 10am. Definitely the place to go in Ottawa.

Ottawa
Irish Village
www.irishvillage.ca
Heart & Crown ByWard Market
67 Clarence Street, K1N 5P5
www.heartandcrown.ca/byward.aspx
www.facebook.com/HeartandCrownByWard
@Heart_and_Crown
613 562-0674
mobydick [22 Sept 2006]: Irish Village is collection of Pubs in the Market district of Ottawa. Owned and run by expat Irish. Various bars, big screens, and normal TVs, with diverse games being shown if they are being played at the same time. Sometimes a cover charge is made, if the games are on pay TV, but it in my experience it was no more than $10. Friendly place with some good food, including The full Irish Breakfast, if you please. Good crowd. The (12:45 bst) (7:45 local) early kickoffs will probably not be shown, unless it's getting toward end of season (6 pointer) a semi or a final.
Giono [6 Dec 2008]: The Heart & Crown's snug pub now opens at 8am for early matches! Very friendly place with some good food. Good crowd and the market area is the place to be in Ottawa.

Toronto
Scallywags
11 St Clair Ave W, M4V 1K6 (nearest subway station: St Clair on the Yonge St line)
www.scallywags.ca
www.facebook.com/ScallywagsBar
@scallywagsbar
416 922-3737
[12 May 2006]: Home to the biggest supporters branch in North America, LFC Toronto.
[15 May 2006]: Scallywags in Toronto is the best 'soccer pub' in Canada for Liverpool supporters easily (I can say this with confidence without having been to others.)
[1 Jan 2009]: Scallywags is deffo the place to be, champs league final was absolutely crazy there. I had to sit on the little ledge intended for setting your drink down to see a t.v., and I was there 3 hours early! Honestly I preferred the duke of gloucester but only because of the layout. Any reds in the GTA must come by Scallywags it's a great time!
[15 May 2007]: Best Supporters Club in the world in TO, imo.
[21 May 2007]: Last time I went there was the derby in Dec 05 and it was a cracking atmosphere.
[27 Aug 2009]: We should get some pics of Scallywags up here
[27 Aug 2009]: Errrrrrrrrrrrrrm, the problem remains we still have that fucking Manc shirt, Everton top and Spurs shrine in there. Although we have our nice shrine there and we take over the Pub, Scallys is still a football pub that doesnt try to discriminate. Ive asked Jeff on numerous occassions to take down the other shite, but he doesnt seem to moved by my drunken arguements.

Toronto
The Duke of Gloucester
649 Yonge St, M4Y 2A6 (2nd floor)
www.dukeofgloucester.net
www.facebook.com/The-Duke-of-Gloucester-279245705433660
416 961-9704
[1 Jan 2009]: ... Honestly I preferred the duke of gloucester but only because of the layout. [see Scallywags above]

Toronto
The Football Factory
164 Bathurst St, M5V 2R2 (just off Queen and Bathurst)
Google map
thefootiefactory.ca
416 368-GOAL (4625)
[22 Jan 2009]: A bit sanitary, but good pints, good food, good landlords, and TV's everywhere the eyes can point. They don't actually have any club allegiance other than Toronto FC, but a good atmosphere can definitely build up there. Barkeep even gave us LFC wristbands during the derby.

Toronto
see Courtice above


Quebec

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Montreal
Champs Bar & Restaurant
3956 Boulevard St-Laurent, H2W 1Y3 (2 blocks north of Pins)
www.facebook.com/pages/Champs-Bar-Restaurant/131563516866202
plus.google.com/100659608651583113217/about
www.yelp.ca/biz/bar-champs-montréal-3
514 845-4645
[29 Sept 2009]: Expensive but has every game

Montreal
Ye Olde Orcharde Pub & Grill
20 Prince Arthur St W, H2X 1S3 (just off St. Laurent)
www.yeoldeorchard.com/locations/prince-arthur
www.facebook.com/YooPRA
@YOOPub
514 845-7772
[29 Sept 2009]: Good food, pints and will show all Setanta games but not as good as an atmosphere as Champs (the Chelsea Liverpool game will be decent at Champs - no singing though really, kind of soft)

Montreal
La Station des Sports
2051, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, H3H 1M6
stationsports.ca/?&lang=en
www.facebook.com/Station-Des-Sports-Centre-Ville-Ouest-1636409836612845
514 931-5559
[29 Sept 2009]: There is also one on Sherbrooke, about 3 blocks west of Guy - I think its the Sports Station or something like that - will have Setanta games.

Montreal
Peel Pub
1196 Rue Peel, H3B 2T6 (south of Sainte-Catherine)
peelpubmontreal.com
www.facebook.com/peelpub
@PeelPub
514-844-7296
[29 Sept 2009]: And there is shitty shitty Peel Pub for Champs League games

Montreal
[29 Sept 2009]: Also look up a lad on here name MONTREAL_RED - he should be able to sort you out a little better - Top lad that boy.

Montreal
MONTREAL_RED [20 Aug 2014]: Loads of bars open up early for games, and unlike some other corners of the country, they serve alcohol right at opening.



Bermuda

www.YNWatchA.com/bermuda.html

Hamilton
The Docksider Pub & Restaurant (Dockies)
121 Front Street, Hamilton HM 19, Bermuda
www.dockies.com
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Docksider-Pub-and-Restaurant/197675023596732
@docksidersbda
441-296-3333
[7 Jan 2015]: Official pub for Bermuda LFC supporters. Been there about 5-7 years ago. Great place with great LFC fans, those cold Jargemaisters will stay in my memory forever  :)
www.royalgazette.com/article/20140130/SPORT01/140139982


Mexico

www.YNWatchA.com/mexico.html

Cancun
Outback Bar And Restaurant
Boulevard Kukulcan, Km. 15, Flamingo Mall, CP. 77500, Cancun, Quintana Roo (Hotel Zone)
outback.com.mx
www.facebook.com/OutbackSteakhouseCancun
@CancunOutback
www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g150807-d1015241-Reviews-Outback_Steakhouse-Cancun_Yucatan_Peninsula.html
+52 998 883 33 50
[29 Sept 2007]: been there for 4 holidays and you can watch the games

Cancun
[23 Aug 2015]: Ended up booking Secrets the Vine in Cancun. Now where to watch Everton v Liverpool when I am there
[24 Aug 2015]: Not sure about Secrets, but most all-inclusives in Cancun and Mayan Riviera tend to have a sports bar that just shows non-stop sports from early in the morning until late night. They'll usually post times too. Otherwise, they might show it on NBC if they have access to that in the rooms.
Hellrazor [24 Aug 2015]: there is a sports bar at Secrets the Vine so id imagine they will show it. i was there start of this month for my honeymoon so drop me a PM if you want any tips
[26 Aug 2015]: PL footie is wall to wall in Mexico - we watched all our games either in the hotel bar or on cable in the room!

Puerto Vallarta
Murphy's Irish Pub
Morelos - Malecon 484, Centro, 48300 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
www.facebook.com/Murphys-Irish-Pub-168533349851828
+52 322 113 0373
[8 Feb 2012]: Never been there. But this an option?


Europe: Austria to Ireland
Europe: Israel to Wales
USA
Canada, Bermuda & Mexico
Asia
Australia & New Zealand
Africa
South America & the Caribbean
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Asia

Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Brunei
Cambodia
China (including Hong Kong)
India
Indonesia
Iran
Japan
Kazakhstan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Malaysia
Mongolia
Myanmar (Burma)
Nepal
Oman
Pakistan
Philippines
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Korea
Taiwan
Thailand
United Arab Emirates
Vietnam



Azerbaijan

www.YNWatchA.com/azerbaijan.html



Bahrain

www.YNWatchA.com/bahrain.html



Bangladesh

www.YNWatchA.com/bangladesh.html



Brunei

www.YNWatchA.com/brunei.html



Cambodia

www.YNWatchA.com/cambodia.html

Phnom Penh
3 Mangos Guesthouse (Eden's Bar)
#28 Street 360 (between Streets 57 and 63)
3mangos-phnompenh.com
www.facebook.com/3MangosGH
+855 (0)17 776 212 (Guest house) (mobile)
+855 (0)17 776 582 (Owner - Eden) (mobile)
3mangosphnompenh@gmail.com
[Mar 2014]: Eden is a Red. He'll stream the games that aren't on TV - even at an ungodly hour (8pm GMT is 3am in Cambodia). Swimming pool. Food till very late (fish n chips and much more - www.d2d-cambodia.com/restaurant/edens-bar).

Phnom Penh
Score Bar
No 5, St 282 (near Wat Langka, between streets 51 and 57)
Google map
www.scorekh.com
www.facebook.com/Score.Sports.Bar
+855 (0)23 221 357
livesports@scorekh.com
[Mar 2014]: The biggest sport bar in Phnom Penh. One huge screen downstairs, one very big screen upstairs and many flat-screens. Has satellite TV to get the games that aren't on normal TV. Rammed for the 5-1 v Arsenal, the majority being Liverpool fans. Not usually open for late kick-offs.

Phnom Penh
Paddy Rice
213, Sisowath Quay (The Riverside) (corner of Street 136)
jpg map
paddyrice.net
+855 (0)17 773 102 (mobile)
+855 (0)23 990 321 (landline)
chris@paddyrice.net
[Mar 2014]: Has satellite TV to get the games that aren't on normal TV. Open for late kick-offs. On the riverside.
[15 Aug 2016]: Decent venue. They do decent pub grub and it's USD 1.50 a beer, only a dollar during happy hour (4-8pm). Was a fair few in but a few dissapeared after the united game so it wasn't too crowded at any point. I'd say get there early to get a table in front of the big screen as there's only four or five with a view of it. Was four decent sized TVs above the bar and you could sit at the bar and watch. Just get a sore neck! We managed to claim a table just before our kick off though.

Phnom Penh
The Gym Bar
#42, Street 178
www.facebook.com/thegymbar
+855 (0)16 556 521 (mobile)
[25 Apr 2008]: Great Bar shows all Big games, Food is amazing. Randal is an Aussie Plymouth Argyle Supporter. Loves the League. Best Sports bar in The Country
[Mar 2014]: Randal moved on a couple of years ago. New Aussie owner. It's not as busy for the English football as it was but refurbed and still screens all over the place. If it's late, contact him first if you can. Will stream the games that aren't on TV.



China

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Beijing
Club Football Centre
Red House Hotel, 10 Chunxiu Lu, Chaoyang District
[10 Sept 2006]: Watched the Sheff Utd game in here while on holiday. Decent place with quite a lot of Reds memorabilia on the walls as well. Tsingtao on draught.

Beijing
The Den
4 Workers' Stadium N Rd, Chaoyang (next to City Hotel, close to Sanlitun)
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Den/474269919249951
www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g294212-d2445238-Reviews-The_Den-Beijing.html
+86 10 6592 6290
Jorgen Ohlsson [2006/7]: Bar, restaurant and club upstairs. Usually good place to watch games, have several TV sets. Food and drinks are cheap, especially during happy hour, until 10 PM. Place is open 24/7.

Beijing
Paddy O'Shea's
28 Dongzhimen Wai Dajie 东直门外大街28号 (across from the Australian and the Canadian Embassy)
paddyosheasbeijing.com
6415-6389
paddyosheasbeijing@gmail.com
[22 Aug 2010]: There's a lot of bars in Houhai Nanyan which is a posh area around the lake Houhai. Not sure if they open that early though [3am]. If you want something more central then there is O'Shea's Irish Pub at 28 Dongzhimen Waida Street which is in the Dongcheng area of Beijing and that is as central as they come (near Tiananmen and the forbidden city). Cabs aren't too pricey in Peking. And Sanlitun is also a popular expat hangout area/watering hole and I'm pretty sure they will have bars showing the match there.

Guangzhou
Paddyfield Irish bar
Yue Xiu District, No. 38 Hua Le Lu, Central Plaza, 2nd Floor (up the escalator), Guangzhou 510060. 越秀区华乐路38号广怡大厦2楼(上手扶梯)广州市510060 (in the Tao Jin area of the city just behind the Garden Hotel)
www.thepaddyfield.com
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Paddy-Field-Irish-Bar-Restaurant/206643666042248
+86 20 8360 1379
info@thepaddyfield.com
Shanks55 [24 Apr 2012]: in my opinion the top spot! They show all the live games with English commentary and have several big screens, separate rooms for the very busy games and even a space out on the balcony where you can also watch the game. The FA Cup semi-final was electric and was completely packed out with both expats and locals donning their shirts. I Hope this is of some use to somebody! Cheers. (PM me if anybody needs directions)

Hong Kong
Champs Bar
Basement Floor, The Charterhouse, 209 - 219 Wanchai Road
jpg map
www.champsbar.com.hk
(852) 2892-3386
champs@charterhouse.com
[5 Aug 2009]: As a Liverpool fan domiciled in Hong Kong, I usually watch LFC live matches at a basement restaurant bar, which is part of a hotel located at Wan Chai. What's so special is that this bar has a Liverpool theme decor, done by a local supporters fan group. Here's some photos I have taken there.

Hong Kong
Dickens Bar
The Excelsior hotel, 281 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay
www.mandarinoriental.com/excelsior/fine-dining/dickens-bar
+852 2837 6782
stststst (Steve Travis) [10 Oct 2006]: Sports bar with quite a few screens, all matches shown live where possible, and late games replayed next evening. Good atmosphere, mainly expats and people on business. Can also book a table for dinner and watch match at same time - email bar for live game schedule.

Hong Kong
Amici
1/F, 83 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai
www.amicihongkong.com/index.php/about_us_wanchai
www.facebook.com/pages/Amici/197675533582260
(+852) 2866 1918
inquiries@amicihongkong.com
_00_deathscar [2007/8]: Home of the expat-branch of Official Liverpool Supporters Club (OLSC) Hong Kong. More information about that can be found here, including whether games are being broadcast: www.hongkongreds.com. Bar itself is so-so (prefer Delaney's/Dickens), likewise with food, but atmosphere is better here (well, obviously - being full of Reds).

Macau
McSorley's Ale House
Inside The Venetian. Shop 1038 (around the corner from the Cotai Arena next to CAFÉ DECO)
Google map
www.venetianmacao.com/restaurants/bars-and-lounges/mcsorleys-ale-house.html
+853 2882 8198
[28 Oct 2012]: Several screens and they're able to show two different games.

Shanghai
Big Bamboo
PUXI - JING AN, #132 Nan Yang Lu
jpg map
www.bigbamboo.asia
plus.google.com/117689257900959907385
6256 2265
[19 June 2013]: Big Bamboo shows pretty much every Liverpool-game. Just in case, go on their homepage and see what they are showing. I really rec. this area, since if its full one place, you just walk for less then a minute to check out the other two.
[20 Apr 2016]: Area around The Spot have two other bars as well. Big Bamboo, and another one (that expats from Germany get together and watch Bundesliga, but they also show PL there. Don't remember the name though). We usually went to Big Bamboo. If it was full there, it was just 5 minutes to walk to the other two.

Shanghai
The Spot
#331 Tong Ren Lu, Beijing Lu (1 minute walk from Big Bamboo)
www.thespot.com.cn/sports
www.facebook.com/SPOTshanghai
+86 21 6247 3579
info@thespot.com.cn
[19 June 2013]: My favorite. Just in case, go on their homepage and see what they are showing. I really rec. this area, since if its full one place, you just walk for less then a minute to check out the other two.
[20 Apr 2016]: I have been in Shanghai from 2005-2014 , windows has been my favorite spot for liverpool games or else you can check the spot. ... the spot is usually packed for events , a bit pricier [than Windows] but expats love that place. both have a big pool table.
[20 Apr 2016]: Area around The Spot have two other bars as well. Big Bamboo, and another one (that expats from Germany get together and watch Bundesliga, but they also show PL there. Don't remember the name though). We usually went to Big Bamboo. If it was full there, it was just 5 minutes to walk to the other two.

Shanghai
Windows Scoreboard
11th Floor, No. 527 Huaihai Zhong Road (near Chengdu Lu) - 淮海中路527号11楼, 近成都路
Google map
www.windowsbars.com/scoreboard/scoreboard.aspx
+86 21 5382 7757
[28 Nov 2013]: meh I prefer Windows at HuaiHai lu, sipping my beer and eating some french fries. Very few fans though, the last time I came across one was for the Liverpool vs United game. I will check Big Bamboo, heard a lot about that place.
[20 Apr 2016]: I have been in Shanghai from 2005-2014 , windows has been my favorite spot for liverpool games or else you can check the spot. We have cheap beers and food at windows the atmosphere is usually less crowded during weekdays at times you might be the only one. both have a big pool table and yeah if you are going to windows try their roasted chicken breast that comes with fries. goes well with the beer.
[20 Apr 2016]: Depends on what Windows you are talking about (as I remember it, there are two in Shanghai?). One of them was the hang out place for teenagers in Shanghai, and was absolutely crap. Area around The Spot have two other bars as well. Big Bamboo, and another one (that expats from Germany get together and watch Bundesliga, but they also show PL there. Don't remember the name though). We usually went to Big Bamboo. If it was full there, it was just 5 minutes to walk to the other two.
[20 Apr 2016]: to be honest both are the fav hangouts for teenages. There is one at Nanjing road( near Jin an si) and one at Huai Hai road. The cheap drinks attract these young drinkers, back then i was one of them haha.

Shanghai
Windows Too
2nd Floor, 1618 Nanjing West Road
www.windowsbars.com/windows/windows_too.aspx
[Apr 2016]

Shanghai
Windows Garage
No. 702 Nanjing West Road
www.windowsbars.com/garage/garage.aspx
[Apr 2016]



India

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Goa, Calangute
The Sportsman Bar
Near church in the road on the road to candolim (this means something to the taxi drivers)
www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g306995-d1603292-Reviews-The_Sportsman_Bar-Calangute_Goa.html
[2007/8]: watched a lot of games here, run by a goan arsenal fan but a decent bloke all the same. four screens showing up to three games at a time and have met reds from all over europe and scandinavia, will stay open till the early hours for games if you speak to him or others already have

Mumbai
Irish Pub @ Ramee Guestline Hotel
757 SV Road, Khar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 400052
www.facebook.com/Irish-The-Lounge-Bar-197942300251953
www.rameehotelsindia.com
+91 22 6150 6688
irish@rameeguestlinehotels.com
BombayRed [26 May 2011]: A mad place to be for Liverpool matches especially during our matches with the top 4 and Everton. A group of 100 odd Liverpool fans singing and chanting just like any other pub in UK.

Mumbai
Toto's Garage Pub
30 Lourdes Heaven, Pali Junction (or Pali Naka as the taxi wallahs would recognise it) Bandra (West), Mumbai 400 050
+91 22 2600 5494, 2600 6429
Raul. [2006/7]: This a not a dedicated Reds bar or even a sports bar. It is just an excellent small neighbourhood bar with Kingfisher on tap, a friendly staff, great atmosphere and excellent bar snacks - with one 21" TV. Sit at the bar counter and sip your beer while watching the game and when we score a couple of hands will wave in the air. Excellent place for a drink in general. Get there early and ask the barman to turn to the correct channel in advance.



Indonesia

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Bali
[25 Oct 2015]: I drove past a bar yesterday at the crossroads down to Echo Beach/ Canggu with YNWA all over it so that might be a decent one.

Jakarta
Visi Resto (Viky Sianipar resto)
Jalan Dr. Saharjo No. 84 Jakarta (next to "7 Eleven" Minangkabau)
Google map
(+62) 08164844308
abi2510 [24 Jan 2014]: same as former places [Reds Corner Cafe first, then Midpoint 2 Cyber Cafe], this is homebase for "Bigreds" (Indonesia's Official LIVERPOOL FC Supporters Club), but special for an important match/ big match we held elsewhere wider, for details you can contact me, ABI, on (+62) 08164844308.



Iran

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Japan

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Osaka, Umeda
Supportersfield
Kita Ward, Shibata 2-2-8, Happy mutual building 202
supportersfield.com
supportersfield.mobi
06-6359-0580
[16 Oct 2016]: Any places in Osaka, Japan that people know about? Cheers!
[17 Oct 2016]: asked my mates in Japan,said there could be a bar called Supportersfield.com showing it there.

Tokyo, Ebisu, Shibuya
THE FooTNiK
Asahi Bldg 1F, 1-11-2 Ebisu, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo. 150-0013
Google map
www.footnik.net/index.php/english
www.facebook.com/thefootnik
03-5795-0144
Photos here.
[10 May 2006]: Best bar to watch football in Tokyo. Has regular live premiership games and Euro cup too. Bar owner is Yuji, loves Liverpool the team and the city. Flew from Tokyo just to see the UEFA Final vs Alaves in 2001.
redtown [2006/7]: Small English-style pub with a big screen and a couple of small 'uns. Gets a good mix of local and Japanese supporters. Plenty of red, scarves and kit on parade. Best atmosphere for lfc games in Tokyo. Shows live matches (when not at an ungodly hour) and replays.
[6 Mar 2009]: went to the footnik when we were over there for the world club championship,met up with loads of members of the L.F.C. supporters club in japan there....had contacted them before going over and still in regular contact now....
[13 Aug 2011]: Its a decent bar and is usually pretty busy on match days.
rhylred [13 Aug 2011]: had a great welcome in the footnik when we were there for the world club championship in 2005,tell them all phil and macco still ask after them and will both be at wembley on sunday.
[21 July 2014]: Watched the last game of the season in Tokyo and the only place you need to go is Foot Nik...a proper Liverpool pub with pictures of Shankly, Anfield, pics from Ian Callaghan's visit and home to the Japanese LFC supporters group. The locals know all the chants and seemed a proper laugh (even with the language barrier). Here's some pics from my visit: is.gd/hwKtOu

Tokyo, Shibuya
Hobgoblin Shibuya British Pub
3/F, Ichiban Building, 1-3-11, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0043
www.hobgoblin.jp/Shibuya/tabid/120/language/en-GB/Default.aspx
enablejapan.com/blog/2014/10/20/hobgoblin-shibuya
+81 3-6415-4244
shibuya@hobgoblin.jp
[13 Aug 2011]: I was walking past the Hobgoblin the other day and there was a massive crowd watching the rugby and it was buzzing. Hopefully will be the same tonight.
[13 Aug 2011]: I used to live in Shibuya and watched many games in Hobgoblin Shibuya

Tokyo, Minato
The Tokyo Sports Cafe
Fusion Blg.2F, 7-13-8 Roppongi, Minato-ku
jpg map
www.tokyo-sportscafe.com/en-index.html
03.5411.8939
tscinfo11@yahoo.co.jp
redtown [2006/7]: Generic sports bar showing all kinds of sports. Importantly, it's one of the few places in Tokyo to watch live games (inc. 4:45am Champs League kick-offs). Other places in Tokyo (e.g. Paddy Foleys: www.paddyfoleystokyo.com) sometimes show live liverpool games.

Tokyo, Shinjuku
Clubhouse
Marunaka Building 3F - Shinjuku 3-7-3 - Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022
www.clubhouse-tokyo.com/Home.html [dead link March 2014]
03-3359-7785
Lanky [14 Mar 2008]: An Aussie pub so they ll often give priority to the Rugby so be careful but will also let the majority rule as well. Not as heaving as footniks always is for the big matches.

Tokyo, Osaki, Shinagawa
THE FooTNiK
ThinkPark Bldg 1F, 2-1-1 Osaki, Shinagawa-Ku, Tokyo. 141-6001
Google map
www.footnik.net/index.php/english
03-5759-1044
[2014]

Tokyo, Nakano
THE FooTNiK
Nakano Central Park South 1F, 4-10-2 Nakano, Nakano-Ku, Tokyo. 164-0001
Leave Nakano Station using the North Exit. Go up the escalator and walk toward the black building (NTT Bldg.). Behind NTT is a large building with Shikinomori Park to its right. THE FooTNiK is on the ground floor of the large building, Nakano Central Park South.
Google map
www.footnik.net/index.php/english
03-5942-8499
[2014]



Kazakhstan

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Almaty
Mad Murphy's
Tole Bi, 12 (near Dostyk)
www.facebook.com/MadmurphyAlmaty
@ALA_MadMurphys
(3272) 91 28 56, +7 707 505 7799
Manila Vanilla (I've moved...) [2006/7]: Only recommended if there is no 6 Nations Rugby on. They seem to prefer the oval ball. Go down Dostyk (one of the main downhill roads) to Tole Bi (one of the main horizontal roads). Turn right when you see the signpost. Typical Irish ex-pat pub. Just the one screen but pretty decent. They use South African feeds and there's a decent atmosphere. Reasonable pub grub and the beers you'd expect.
Manila Vanilla [7 Mar 2009]: I’ve been living in Almaty for the last two years. ... Mad Murphy’s is the main ex-pat bar (on Tole Bi, near Dostyk). Trouble is, they usually prefer rugby if that’s on TV. There’s only really one other screen available. A bit more expensive and good English spoken. Nice outdoor garden in summer too. If you want any further info, just PM me.

Atyrau
Champions Sports Bar at Renaissance Atyrau Hotel
15 B, Satpayev Street, Mosque District, Atyrau, 060011
www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/guwbr-renaissance-atyrau-hotel
+7 7122 909675
[6 Nov 2008]: European cuisine. Live music. Screens on almost every table. NTV+, Supersport channels broadcasting (All Liverpool APL and CL games).



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Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia Official LFC Supporters Club - All Reds Malaysia (ARM)
21C, Jln Tengku Ampuan, Zabedah F9/F, Section 9, 40100 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan
+60 3 5880 6069
+60 3 5880 6086
dreamdroner [4 May 2006]: fantastic club, very well organized, lots of activities for members and non-members, they host mathces at a local pub, although that is currently under renovation, they've found a nifty lil place called Breakers in KL to continue their hosting job!!
Jonno [7 May 2007]: That is the clubhouse, but as I remember, they are talking about a change in venue, will only get the updates next season. However, for the CL final, the OFFICIAL LIVERPOOL SUPPORTERS CLUB MALAYSIA's viewing venue will be the COBRA CLUB.
[12 Jan 2008]: Malaysian liverpool fan club never bothered answering an email I sent them about membership as I have 2 mates working over in Kuala Lumpur who were interested in joining up...so much for efficiency.
tHe^CuLpRit [25 Apr 2008]: Haha... yea they kinda run it like a sundry shop. But otherwise they're alright. They have improved a little, but still feel they're abit understaffed especially during big games. Feel free to buzz me if there's anything and I'll holler at the dudes managing the club. An alternative would be the MyRawk, and though I've never been to their gatherings, I hear they've got some great lads there too. Just ask Raul!
DukeRed [28 Apr 2008]: Yes, we were privileged enough to have Raul grace us with his presence! LOL. ... [continued below]

Kuala Lumpur
Jonno [7 May 2007]: The Malaysian RAWKites [MyRAWK] and friends will be gathering at Myhome bistro for the Champions League Final match, it will start around 2ish, but we shall be there a bit earlier, if any RAWKites are in and around the KL area, you are welcomed to join us, directions can be found at www.myhomebistro.net. There would be about 30 or more of us there, PM me if you need other details.
Jonno [22 May 2007]: Total number of attendees has risen to 160 if anyone's still interested. I've noticed that there are still a number of M'sian RAWKites still looking for a place to watch the game.

Kuala Lumpur
Hartamas Square
Somewhere in Sri Hartamas, the cabbie would know.
[7 May 2007]: Here's another option. I watched the 2005 finals here. An outdoor cafe area with stalls serving local food and booze. They have 3 large screens from what I can remember. In 2005, a total of around 2000 fans attended and it was bedlam after.
Jonno [7 May 2007]: Next to the Fire Station and before the SODA Club. Quite nice area, there might also be viewing parties organised there, either by Carlsberg or someone.

Kuala Lumpur
M Bar
Phileo Damansara 1 (after Eastin Hotel, PJ) [B.8.8, Megan Phileo Promenade, 189 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur ?]
014 - 3227912, [03 460 7008, +60 3 2770 7029 ?]
DukeRed [28 Apr 2008]: [continued from above] ... MyRAWK - Malaysian Red And White Kopites. We aren't a club by any means, just a group of lads who love watching games together. We are more a community than anything. Please do ask your friends to drop by if they want to. If they are interested, I'll pass them my number and they can give me a buzz when they are in town. You can also contact Jonno, or JonC, both of whom are posters here. Cheers!
[28 Apr 2008]: MyRAWK also has its own website. Check it out for a map for the match viewings location and other info. The lads sing and scream all match long and they're great lads. *waves at DukeRed*
Jonno [14 Mar 2008]: Great place with lots of RAWKites hanging around there, we try to recreate Anfield as best with songs, chants and the occasional abuse towards the TV screen, there are 3 projector screens with ample of space to stand or sit. Need to make a booking if it's a big match though.



Mongolia

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Myanmar (Burma)

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Nepal

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Kathmandu
My House
Contact me on RAWK for the address
rebjosh [11 Apr 2007]: Cable can be a little iffy, and power goes out sometimes.



Oman

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Pakistan

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Karachi
The Sports Bar
C-22, Suite No. 2, 26th Street, Tauheed Commercial Area Phase 5, D.H.A. Karachi
(92-21) 3-530-4257, 3-530-4258
[4 Feb 2010]: Place has plenty of large screen LCD's for sports events, VIP rooms available and good food. In South Asia almost all premier league games are shown live on ESPN or Star Sports.

Karachi
Cafe Le Grand
9-E, 7th Commercial Lane, Zamzama, Phase 5, D.H.A. Karachi
(92-21) 3-582-0186 or 3-582-0187
[4 Feb 2010]: Also a good place to watch games in Karachi.



Philippines

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Manila
H&J Sports Bar and Restaurant Makati (Heckle and Jeckle)
Felipe Street, Poblacion, Makati City (corner Polaris Street)
www.facebook.com/HjSportsBarAndRestaurantMakati
+63 2 954 1130
www.megacities-go-services.com/Manila/Preferred-Areas-HotSpots/Jupiter-Burgos-Kalayaan-Makati/H-J-Sports-Restobar-formerly-Heckle-Jeckle
Manila Vanilla [24 Aug 2006]: Beer, football, curry and women all within 100 metres - what more do you need to know?! Ex-pat watering hole with a couple of pool tables. One large screen and several suspended TVs showing different matches. This is the place most likely to show games which aren't on the local Star or ESPN channels (Philippines isn't as well served as other Asian countries). Decent food, but if you go out, turn left and cross the main road there is a Persian restaurant which does good curries. If you turn right at the main road and right again, you're in Burgos St - the centre of all the girlie bars, but that's a different topic...
[28 Feb 2016]: Go to the - Heckle and Jeckle, Makati - if your in Manila, Philippines.

Manila
Handlebar
31 Polaris St, Bel-Air Village, Makati City, 1209 Philippines
jpg map
www.handlebar.com.ph (shows sports schedule)
www.facebook.com/Handlebar-Bar-and-Grill-211005435590737
+63 (02) 898 2189 or 63-2 898-1976
jmaganito@yahoo.com or mona_galicia@yahoo.com
Manila Vanilla [24 Aug 2006]: Originally a bikers’ bar but now pretty cosmopolitan. Larger than Heckle and Jeckle, a couple of pool tables and a good large screen high on the wall – so decent visibility from most parts. It doesn’t have a lot of other screens though so, if there are games being played concurrently, you may be safer at H&J. The two bars are only a couple of minutes apart. Food is OK. Otherwise, all the same comments as for H&J.



Qatar

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Doha
Garvey's
Off the Salwah Rd
www.facebook.com/garveys.doha
diningindoha.com/restaurants/garveys
+974 4458 2466
arabian red [6 May 2006]: Expat Pub - Brit ale and good pub grub - free pies at HT, two big screens and one feckin' huge screen, great for families and piss 'eads alike. Not exclusively Red but at the last us vs Manc cup game we outnumbered them big time. It'll be buzzin' on Cup Final day and right throughout the World Cup.



Saudi Arabia

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Singapore

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Singapore
Muddy Murphy's Irish Pub
111 Somerset Road, #01-02 TripleOne Somerset, Singapore, 238164
muddymurphys.com
www.facebook.com/muddy.murphys.sg
+65 6735 0400
enquiry@muddymurphys.com
[16 May 2016]: Work has me in Singapore for the final. Anyone have any idea where I can watch the game there?
[18 May 2016]: Muddy Murphy's along Somerset Road right in Orchard Rd.

Singapore
Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview
382 Havelock Road, Singapore 169629
www.fourpointssingaporeriverview.com
www.facebook.com/fourpointssingapore
+65 6732 9922
[16 May 2016]: Work has me in Singapore for the final. Anyone have any idea where I can watch the game there?
[16 May 2016]: Another alternative is at Riverview Hotel, near Robertson Quay. It is where Liverpool fans usually watch the games at. Doors open at 2330. $15 first drink charge, 1 beer or 2 soft drinks.

Singapore
Rendezvous Hotel
9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189559
www.stayfareast.com/en/hotels/rendezvous-hotel-singapore.aspx
www.facebook.com/RendezvousHotelSingapore
+65 6336 0220
info.rhs@fareast.com.sg
Official Liverpool F. C. Fan Club (Singapore)
[12 Spetember 2010]: Alternative Live Game Gathering :)

Singapore
Harry's @ Chijmes [and previously Penny Black followed by The Cavern] - the three ex-East Of Anfield pubs.
In the Fountain Court of Chijmes. 30 Victoria Street, #B1-06 Chijmes#01-14, Singapore 187996 (just next to City Hall MRT)
harrys.com.sg/find-us/chijmes
+65 6337 0618
[3 May 2006]: Penny Black is the place where the East of Anfield LFC supporters' club meet for all live telecasts. The crowd is a good mix of expats and locals - all passionate Reds. The atmosphere during matches is brilliant with singing throughout, and with the pub completely decked up with Red flags. If you're not at Anfield, this is the place you wanna be!
Dylans [4 Jan 2007]: The BEST place to watch Liverpool is undoubtedly the Penny Black @ Boat Quay, very aptly home to the East of Anfield fanclub. With the singing all throughout the game, the atmosphere is always brilliant. Night of Istanbul was magical here. A 3am kick-off, but thousand packed the pub from 10pm onwards, decked in our best Reds gear, and singing for hours! So, who wants to come here then :):):)
[5 Jan 2007]: I'm Singaporean too... Welcome to Singapore!  ;D :wave I couldn't agree more about Penny Black, really superb place to be when watching matches...  ::)
[Feb 2007]: East of Anfield moved from Penny Black to The Cavern
[8 May 2007]: EoA got 200 hundred through the Cavern doors for the Chelsea game last week.... 2.30 am kick-off, off to work at 6 am... tremendous showing from one of se Asia's finest INDEPENDENT supporters clubs. Official membership now up to nearly 800, with 150 hardcore 'irregulars'. Almost as good as being at Anfield/Athens..... great crowd, great craic!
[17 May 2007]: Always a great atmosphere when Liverpool's playing, and we've also been gathering for the previous CL rounds in the middle of the night. Chelsea at Anfield was an unbelievable night with EOA at The Cavern - packed to the rim needless to say. Came home at 8 in the morning!  ;D
[2008]: East of Anfield moved from The Cavern to Harry's @ Chijmes
[27 Dec 2008]: I have to say I was wholly impressed with Chimes; went there last night with the wife and got in just before kick off and the place was buzzing. And, using the word a HUGE food and drink outlet is an understatement. The pub itself for liverpool fans is nestled down the main block of stair cases but what a setting. Most certainly puts most pubs in the UK to shame I might add. YNWA Singapore...but the local satay dish in the pub could be a little fresher...:)
[27 Dec 2008]: I saw the Liverpool Chelsea game at Harrys in Chijmes, man such a great atmosphere. Those guys are super passionate, so good to see
[17 May 2009]: I watched our 4-1 win against the mancs at CHIJMES and i'll never forget that day ever. Sang and shouted myself hoarse and whenever i walk past CHIJMES now those memories just comes naturally. Lovely people there as well and all the in-game shouting were ace ;D Was my first time watching us play in a pub and i'm so glad it was that venue and it was that game ;)
[18 May 2009]: I think the management of chimes have got it right with the concept of the pub..and the fact its a liverpool fan's pub where everyone can minggle and old friends can meet up every weekend. What makes it better is the fact almost everyone i talked to were down to earth, friendly and willing to talk about anything relating to the club..and the fact that most knew a hell of a lot more than the average fan in the uk. Very very passionate.
[Aug 2013]: East of Anfield moved from Harry's @ Chijmes to UncaBunca @ Boat Quay [see here].

Singapore
[5 Jan 2007]: I like to watch in this pub "Wala-Wala" in Holland Village and have a late dinner at Fosters's prior to kick off. Spend some time with girlfriends at Fosters, send her home, xxxx then get back to Wala Wala :D



South Korea

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Taiwan

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Thailand

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Bangkok
The Pickled Liver | Bangkok English Pub
131/24-25 Sukhumvit Soi 7/1 (a two minute walk from Nana BTS station - as you walk down the soi it's on the right hand side opposite Maxim’s Hotel)
www.thepickledliver.com
www.facebook.com/The-Pickled-Liver-190934216051
+66 2 651 1114 (landline), +66 871092406 (mobile)
nick@thepickledliver.com
[9 July 2009]: www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=242835.msg5912669#msg5912669
[Feb 2016]: They have moved from the old location on Soi 11

Bangkok
The Dubliner Irish Pub
595/18-19 Soi Sukhumvit 33/1 (1 minute from Phrom Phong BTS)
www.facebook.com/TheDublinerBangkok
+66 2 204 1841
eoindubliner@gmail.com
redtown [2006/7]: Can be hard to find legit places to watch the reds in bangkok, and not sure if this one will still show the games. Last time a wander between Khao San and the river revealed illegal places with tvs and liverpool-crazy locals.

Koh Phangan
[10 Sept 2008]: The Aussie bar down in Hat Rin would probably be the best atmosphere. I watched the United game there in Oct '06. We lost 2-0 if I remember so it might be an unlucky bar.

Koh Phangan
[5 Oct 2008]: there is an english bar in koh phangan, just off the beach where the full moon party is. pretty sure would show all the games

Phuket
[26 Nov 2013]: Kata beach. Head down the main drag toward the end. There's a bar which shows all our matches. It's 24 hr as some of matches will start at 3am. My missus is never pleased mind and, if your single, the girls often don't understand that the footie's more important, be warned.



United Arab Emirates

www.YNWatchA.com/united-arab-emirates.html

Abu Dhabi
[7 Feb 2016]: Given the drinking rules, if you want a pint whilst watching the match, you're limited to the hotel bars. Best options I've found recently were:

Abu Dhabi
Heroes @ Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi
Sheikh Hamdan Street Pob 3541, Abu Dhabi - 3541
www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/abu-dhabi/auhua/hoteldetail
www.facebook.com/HeroesPubAUH
+971 2 616 6132
reservations.cpauh@ihg.com
[7 Feb 2016]: 12+ screens with all the beIN sports channels so they can show any/all games including Saturday 3pm games. Also one of the few bars open late enough to allow you to watch midweeks games to the end.

Abu Dhabi
Belgian Café @ InterContinental Abu Dhabi (Horse & Jockey is no longer there)
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Al Saud St
www.ihg.com/intercontinental/hotels/gb/en/abu-dhabi/auhha/hoteldetail
www.dining-intercontinental-ad.ae/restaurants/belgian-cafe
www.facebook.com/InterContiAD
+971 2 6666 888
dine.icabudhabi@ihg.com
[9 Oxt 2007]: [The Horse and Jockey Pub] I watched a couple matches over the Christmas break there last year. We were able to reserve a table a few days in advance. They have a couple TVs and a big screen.
[7 Feb 2016]: Approx 4-6 screens including 1 large screen outdoors.

Abu Dhabi
Hemingway's @ Hilton Abu Dhabi
Corniche Rd West, Al Khubeirah
www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/uae/hilton-abu-dhabi-AUHHITW/dining/index.html
www.facebook.com/HiltonAbuDhabi
+971 2 6811 900
[7 Feb 2016]: 10+ screens with different games but closes around midnight to 1am so no good for midweek games.

Dubai
Goodfellas sports bar @ Ramee Rose Hotel (mezz level)
P.O. Box 26816, Al Barsha(South) TECOM. Near Media Rotana in Dubai TECOM area, right behind the Jumeriah Lake Towers block, as you're taking the E11-Sheikh Zayed road towards Abu Dhabi, right after the toll gate near Emirates mall, there is an exit near the Wellington school, that exit would either take you to Jumeirah Lake Towers or to the Palm Jumeirah. Simply stick to the exit taking you to Jumeirah Lake Towers (or JLT) and once you're out of the tunnel, take the first right exit that takes you straight to roundabout near the hotel... it's not that hard to get there.
Google map
www.rameehotels.com/ramee-rose-hotel/dining-entertainment/338
+971 4 4500 111
rose@rameehotels.com
Two 103inch HD LCD screens. Traditional English ‘Pub Grub’ grub is also available from succulent steaks to monster pies.
[25 Jan 2012]: That's the Dubai Reds home, there's always a crowd, even at midnight kickoffs. If you're not sure, you can check them on www.dubaireds.com/contact-us/location ... I used to go there when I was residing in Dubai, but at his moment I'm staying a 150 kilometers away in a different town... but I always make it to big games, atmosphere is quite enjoyable.
[7 Aug 2013]: I'll be in Dubai for the season opener against Stoke, and have been told by a very good friend who lives out there that there's a bar for every team, and the Liverpool one is called GoodFellas
[26 Nov 2013]: GoodFellas Bar at the Ramee Rose Hotel in TECOM is the official Dubai Reds hangout of choice. It's a good crack, gets loads of reds in on a match day and has a great atmosphere. Loads of big screens. In Dubai we get every Premiere League live and different pubs have different affiliations, so if you want to guarantee the pub you go to is showing City vs Liverpool and not Norwich vs Fulham, get down Goodfellas.
[8 Jan 2014]: Went there for the Man City game. Absolutely brilliant! Great little set up and the people behind the Dubai Reds are class. They took me and my mate to a nightclub after the match in the same hotel (I think), had a great crack with them. I'll definitely be going back next time I visit.
[29 Jan 2015]: home of the Dubai Reds. Boss set of lads, we ended up going to a nightclub with them after City away last year, got absolutely spangled on £12 a pint
[28 Feb 2016]: Goodfellas is deffo the place to go in Dubai. Bit of a trek depending on where you're staying (but isn't everywhere in Dubai?), but definitely worth it. Looks like the locals / members have a buffet put on for them at HT, and they invited one fella who was on his own to join them. A friendly bunch. The only downer was their singing of "Oh when Dubai Reds go marching in". Cringe. Good spot though. Beer about the same price as everywhere in Dubai. Really fucking expensive. My Dad was happy though as they had London Pride on tap and we'd not managed to find much other than lager anywhere else. Recommended.

Dubai
Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa
Jumierah Beach Road (opposite the Mosque (biggest one in Dubai) so should be easy to find)
www.dxbmarine.com
www.facebook.com/DubaiMarineBeachResortSpa
+971 4 346 1111
info@dxbmarine.com
[23 Mar 2007]: There is a bar there with a big screen and a few smaller tv's dotted around the bar. Was there when the bitters beat us 3-0 and the 0-0 with psv. They had chelsea on the small tv and Liverpool on the big screen. Good atmosphere and was quite a few reds there too (and 1 bitter).

Dubai
The Underground Pub @ Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa (ground level)
www.habtoorgranddining.com/restaurant/hotels/hotel-information/travel/dxbhg/theundergroundpub
www.facebook.com/Upubs
+971 4 408 4221
hgrs.theunderground@habtoorhotels.com
[14 Oct 2009]: Chances are you'll be staying nearby as it's on the strip where most of the hotels are. It's the home of the Liverpool Supporters Group in Dubai [not sure about that anymore; see Goodfella's above], generally has a very good atmosphere, good mix of expat scousers and Liverpool fans from around the world, loads of screens too. Easy to get a taxi back to your hotel when the games over too (I can't imagine a group game will be massively popular there).

Dubai
Harvester's Pub @ Crowne Plaza Dubai (second floor)
Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan Road
www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/gb/en/dubai/dubtc/hoteldetail
www.facebook.com/harvesterspubdubai
www.fundining.ae/Restaurant-Bar/6/Harvesters/Home
+971 4 3311 111 (5011)
crowneplaza.cpdubai@ihg.com or fbreservations.cpdubai@ihg.com
[23 Mar 2007]: Went to Harvester in the Crowne Plaza hotel when I was there in November, wasn't bad but wasn't great. Whether you'll get to see LFC depends on what else is on - I had to miss the Bordeaux game because they were showing Chelsea v Barcelona.

Dubai
[14 Oct 2009]: Anyone know if the sports channels in the hotels show the CL games?
[14 Oct 2009]: It's possible on the local channels, will be arabic commentary though.
[5 Feb 2010]: In Dubai tune into ShowSports 2 for english commentary
[12 Aug 2010]: Al Jazeera Sports will broadcast all CL, La Liga, Serie A, English Cup games (including FA & Carling Cups) and UCL and EL matches and it is available to almost everyone, it also broadcastes matches using both Arabic & English commentary using the language button, with Al Jazeera Sports +3 being an ALL ENGLISH channel using Lineker as their studio host and having the likes of Gulliet, Shearer, Venables & Souness as their analysts. As for the PL, I'm not so sure about Abu Dhabi sports since it will broadcast the matches using ALL HD channels meaning most people will need to change to their specific receiver to catch the matches, something that isn't convenient at all, you can however catch the matches at any Cafe if you asked them before entering if they showed the PL matches or not.



Vietnam

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Hanoi
Cafe "Xe cổ" (Antique Bikes)
92B Tho Nhuom street, Hoan Kiem district
www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Xe-Cổ-92b-Thợ-Nhuộm/414204748615752
+84-975-044-005
Contact: Mr. Khanh (the owner, the kopite)
vietliv [17 Mar 2014]: We usually arrange to watch any LFC games starts before 10 pm (GMT+7). You can see an event of ours here: www.facebook.com/events/220370808171111. We warmly welcome all LFC supporters joining us. YNWA

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Cafe Khánh Giao (formerly Dong Du)
E04, That Son road, ward 15, district 10 (Bac Hai Zone)
Google map
+84-937-050-026 - Ms Chau
+84-983-580-425 - Mr. Tung
0913 966 986
Video: www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=112969.msg12590756#msg12590756
[17 Mar 2014]

Ho Chi Minh City
Lucky Cafe
224 De Tham Street, District 1
reds7 [8 Dec 2008]: Can't miss it with the big EPL sign out the front. Shows ALL Live games on ESPN, has numerous tellies, Pool table and serves big, cold pints of Carlsberg. Girls are friendly and like to dress up in their favourite kit. Barely closes

Vung Tau
Chi Chi Bar
7 Ba Cu Street, Vung Tau
+84 64 3853 948
Andy G [9 May 2006]: Small pub with good pool table and reputation for good quality pool. Because of all the Aussies and Kiwi's here, Rugby takes priority in most bars, so this one is the main football one in Vung Tau (mainly because I watch it there and spend enough to have influence).


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New South Wales & Canberra
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South Australia
Victoria
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Disclaimer:
furns [29 Aug 2016]: Please be aware that EPL games are now telecast via Optus Sport which is not carried by all venues. Official supporters clubs venues will carry the Optus channels but if you intend to visit a different venue please ring them to ensure they will be showing the EPL.


New South Wales & Canberra

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Canberra
Hellenic Club of Canberra
Matilda St, Woden, ACT
www.hellenicclub.com.au
www.facebook.com/hellenicclubofcanberra
(02) 6281 0899
postbox@hellenicclub.com.au
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC Southern NSW (LFC NSW sub-branch)
[6 April 2014]: I have to say, Hellenic Club is a good spot in Canberra.
[Aug 2015]: Took over from Civic Pub as the new home of LFC NSW's sub-branch, Canberra Reds
furns [29 Aug 2016]: All supporters in Canberra & ACT can watch games at Hellenic Club

Central Coast - (Gosford)
Sidelines Bar & Grill
8/12 Karalta Road, Erina, NSW 2250
www.facebook.com/sidelinescc
(02) 4365 1071
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC Northern NSW (LFC NSW sub-branch)
furns [29 Aug 2016]: Opening hours vary - please check venue Facebook page prior to fixture

Newcastle, New Lambton
Wests New Lambton (Western Suburbs (N’cle) Leagues Club)
88 Hobart Road, New Lambton, NSW 2305
www.westsnewcastle.com.au/about-us/new-lambton
(02) 4935 1200
info@westsnewcastle.com.au
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC Northern NSW (LFC NSW sub-branch)
Wests is now used for any games on Sunday nights/Monday mornings with kickoffs after 11pm or for when SJ's is at capacity.
furns [19 Apr 2015]: Wests is open until 4am every day, however be aware only Wests members can enter the club after midnight. Matches will be televised in the Chocolate Bar depending on capacity.
furns [29 Aug 2016]: All supporters in Newcastle & Hunter Valley can watch EPL fixtures at Wests New Lambton. Unfortunately Cup games are currently telecast on beIN Sports which Wests doesnt carry.

Sydney
Cheers Bar
561 George Street (conveniently located a short walk from Town Hall Station, just metres from the south-western corner of George & Liverpool Streets, near the George Street cinemas)
www.cheersbar.com.au
www.facebook.com/cheersbarsydney
@CheersSydneyNSW
02 9261 8313
mail@cheersbar.com.au
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC NSW's official home
LFC NSW paid members are entitled to a 10% discount on food & drink. See LFCNSW.com for details.
RAWK contact: furns
[14 Dec 2004]: Sydney = Cheers Sports Bar, George Street. And theres a good one across the road, next to Hungry Jacks.
[23 Dec 2004]: As mentioned above... Cheers on George St shows the Liverpool games.. thats my haunt.. if you can't get in there, cause when i went to watch the liverpool everton match (maybe as i was the only chick going there) the bouncer goes "love i think downstairs is more your scene" im like err here to watch the soccer mate. The bouncers are  :wanker  so if you can't get in there, or refused whatever... They also play the game sometimes at scruffy murphys which is just a block away upstairs... City RSL also next door to cheers will sometimes have a game or too on.. but deffo for the atmosphere at all the other liverpool supporters.. CHEERS! Oh but the games are always on at ungodly hours! but its all good.
[2 May 2005]: ... always a huge crowd of Reds there. Thats where i generally go to watch the games.
[7 Oct 2008]: Cheers bar is where most Liverpool supporters who are out and about in the city will go to watch the matches.
furns [31 Oct 2009] [updated 16 Mar 2014]: Cheers Bar is large sports bar spanning 2 levels, with most fixtures live on satellite tv. There is a projector and large screen on the street level. There is usually a decent number of Reds whenever a game is on; the major fixtures will usually pack the bar out so be sure to get into Cheers at least two hours before kickoff (and before 1.30am due to Sydney's new ridiculous CBD lockout laws).
[24 Aug 2011]: Cheers in sydney is awesome.. there are some true scousers and when they start their chants it feels like you're at the ground.
[14 Feb 2012]: Was at Cheers Bar when we beat West Ham in the 2006 FA Cup. Great Atmosphere!!
[27 Jan 2012]: Liverpool fans at Cheers bar celebrating victory over the Mancs in FA Cup 4th round
[14 Apr 2014]: LiverpoolFC vs manchester city 13/04/14 Cheers Bar Sydney Australia - YouTube
furns [19 Apr 2015]: LFC NSW has their official home at Cheers Bar in Sydney. LFC NSW paid members are entitled to a 10% discount on food & drink. See lfcnsw.com for details.

Sydney
3 Wise Monkeys
555 George Street, Sydney, 2000 (corner of George & Liverpool Streets, less than 100m from Cheers Bar)
www.3wisemonkeys.com.au
(02) 9283 5855
info@3wisemonkeys.com.au
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC NSW's secondary official location when Cheers is at capacity
[16 Aug 2014]

Western Sydney (Bossley Park)
Club Marconi
121-133 Prairie Vale Rd, Bossley Park, NSW
www.clubmarconi.com.au
(02) 9822 3333
info@clubmarconi.com.au
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC NSW's Western Sydney venue
furns [29 Aug 2016]

Sydney
Scruffy Murphy's
43-49 Goulburn St, Sydney NSW 2000 (between George and Pitt Street)
www.scruffymurphys.com.au
(02) 9211 2002
info@scruffymurphys.com.au
[5 Oct 2008]: open 24 hours. noisy until 3am but if the match is a 7.45 k/o uk time it is fine to go and watch it in the middle of the night. shite atmosphere but getting to see the match is a bonus in this city
[6 Oct 2008]: Happened to be there for the FA cup final in '06. Great memories. Plenty of hammers in there too and they were sound. Gutted, but sound.

Sydney, Darling Harbour
The Star (formerly Starcity)
80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont, NSW 2009
www.star.com.au
+61 (0)2 9777 9000
[13 Apr 2012]: has a 24/7 sports bar. Hold on to your money though!

Sydney, Kingsford
Churchills Sports Bar
532 Anzac Parade, Kingsford NSW 2032
churchillsbar.com.au
www.facebook.com/churchillssyd
+61 (0)2 9663 3648
[13 Apr 2012]: shows our games depending on kickoff times

Sydney's Northern Beaches
Dee Why RSL
932 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why, NSW 2099
www.deewhyrsl.com.au
02 9454 4000
info@dyrsl.com.au
[13 Apr 2012]: Try Dee Why RSL. Normally open 24 hours, show most sport, and cheap as chips. Diggers is always a good place to have a bevvy though.

Sydney's Northern Beaches
Harbord Diggers
80 Evans St, Freshwater, NSW 2096
www.harborddiggers.com.au
www.newharborddiggers.com.au
+61 (0)2 9938 1444
[13 Apr 2012]

Sydney's Northern Beaches
Avalon Beach RSL Club
1 Bowling Green Ln, Avalon Beach, NSW 2107
www.avalonrsl.com.au
+61 (0)2 9918 2201
[13 Apr 2012]: I used to watch em down at Av Rsl, Harbord Hilton will probably have it, Mona pub may have it on, plenty of choices.

Sydney's Northern Beaches
Harbord Beach Hotel (the "Harbord Hilton")
29 Moore Rd, Freshwater, NSW 2096
www.harbordbeachhotel.com.au
+61 (0)2 9905 3434
office@hbh.com.au
[13 Apr 2012]: I used to watch em down at Av Rsl, Harbord Hilton will probably have it, Mona pub may have it on, plenty of choices.

Sydney's Northern Beaches
Mona’s Sports Bar at the Mona Vale Hotel
2 Park St, Mona Vale, NSW 2103 (cnr of Barrenjoey Road)
www.monavalehotel.com.au/sports-bar.html
www.facebook.com/monavale
+61 (0)2 9999 4214
[13 Apr 2012]: I used to watch em down at Av Rsl, Harbord Hilton will probably have it, Mona pub may have it on, plenty of choices.

Sydney's Northern Beaches
Coogee Bay Hotel
253 Coogee Bay Rd, Coogee, NSW 2034
coogeebayhotel.com.au
www.facebook.com/CoogeeBayHotel
+61 (0)2 9665 0000
info@coogeebayhotel.com.au
[13 Apr 2012]: Watched us beating Man U in the cup about 6 or 7 years back in Coogee Bay. Great place. There's that big hotel gaff there, got loads of bars and one of them's a bookies. 5 of us, won a few bob betting, got bladdered watching us knock the Mancs out. I think the place is called The Coogee Bay Hotel. Can't remember. Too many Tooheys.
[13 Apr 2012]: That's the one mate, been there myself, went travelling that way in 2005, big old boozer with the tab in there!!
[Apr 2012]: Did show the FA Cup semi-final v Everton (in the Sports Bar) [The Harp Pub (now closed) on the Prince's Highway in Tempe, did not].

Sydney's Northern Beaches
furns [13 Apr 2012]: The LFC NSW supporters club attends matches at Cheers. And the lads on the northern beaches can do likewise :) Before you post to me about how long it takes, I used to live in Blacktown and travelled in regularly to Cheers to watch games. Also have lads from Canberra, Newcastle and Central Coast who also attend games, and not just semifinals. Come along and join us, all are welcome.
furns [14 Apr 2012]: Cheers Bar will definately be showing the match [2012 FA Cup semi-final v Everton], and I urge all Sydney Reds to join us (LFC Supporters Club NSW). We will be collecting donations on entry and selling raffle tickets to raise money for the Hillsborough Family Support Group. We raised $2100 at the Carling Cup Final event and we hope to match or beat that figure this evening.

Wollongong
Steelers Club
1/5 Burelli St, Wollongong, NSW (at the centre of Wollongong’s sporting and entertainment hub, adjacent to WIN Entertainment Centre and WIN Stadium)
www.steelers.com.au
@SteelersClub
(02) 4227 2255
steelers@steelers.com.au
New South Wales Official LFC Supporters Club - Wollongong Reds (LFC NSW sub-branch)
[19 Apr 2015]: Steelers have committed to being open for all Liverpool FC fixtures including midweek fixtures. LFC NSW paid members are entitled to a complimentary Steelers membership. See LFCNSW.com for details.


Queensland

www.YNWatchA.com/queensland.html

Brisbane
Criterion Tavern
239 George St, Brisbane, QLD 4000
www.criteriontavern.com.au
www.facebook.com/thecriterion
+61 (0)7 3221 7411
Video
Queensland Official LFC Supporters Club's official venue for Saturday evenings
[Sept 2015]

Brisbane
LiveWire at Treasury Casino
Main Gaming Floor, Level 1, Treasury Casino Building, Top of Queen St Mall, 130 William Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000
www.treasurybrisbane.com.au/bars/livewire
www.facebook.com/treasurycasino
+61 (0)7 3306 8888
Queensland Official LFC Supporters Club's official venue for Sunday and midweek fixtures
[Sept 2015]

Brisbane
Pig 'n' Whistle Riverside
Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane, QLD 4001
www.pignwhistle.com.au/riverside
+61 (0)7 3832 9099
riverside@pignwhistle.com.au
King Knud [7 May 2006]: Great atmosphere last time I was in Brisvegas (LFC v MANU FA Cup 2006) lots of space, one massive screen, a few smaller screens. Loads of proper reds, very vocal. And the Guinness wasn't too bad either ;)
[25 Apr 2008]: Home of the Brisbane Liverpool supporters club. Plays YNWA on stereo as well before games. Good crowds too.
[July 2014]: LFC Queensland changed pubs to the Criterion Tavern (see above)

Brisbane
Pig 'n' Whistle Queen Street Mall
T5, Queen Street Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane, QLD 4001
www.pignwhistle.com.au/queen-st
+61 (0)7 3003 1593
queenst@pignwhistle.com.au
[12 Oct 2006]: Went up to Brisbane on the weekend to see the Soccerroos and had more than a few vodkas at the Pig 'N' Whistle. Great place. I'm willing to drive 5 hours just to watch a Liverpool game there with fellow Reds' supporters!
[July 2014]: LFC Queensland changed pubs to the Criterion Tavern (see above)

Brisbane
Pig 'n' Whistle Indooroopilly
www.pignwhistle.com.au/indooroopilly
Corner of Station and Musgrave Roads (on the edge of the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre)
+61 (0)7 3878 8899
indooroopilly@pignwhistle.com.au
[27 Apr 2015]: There's one in indooroopilly shopping ctr as well, plenty of reds in there last time I went to watch the match.

Cairns
P.J.O'Brien's
87 Lake Street, Cairns (cnr Shields Street and Lake Street)
www.pjobriens.com.au/cairns
+61 (0)7 4031 5333
cairns@pjobriens.com.au
mickdundee [14 Mar 2008]: Cracking Irish bar full of British Backpackers watching the games on a Saturday night

Gold Coast, Labrador
The Grand Hotel
360 Marine Parade, Labrador
www.thegrandhotel.com.au
(07) 5528 6442
info@thegrandhotel.com.au
Queensland Official LFC Supporters Club
[Sept 2015]

Gold Coast
Runaway Bay Soccer Club
Lae Drive, Runaway Bay, QLD 4216 (opposite Shopping Centre)
www.runawaybaysoccerclub.com.au
www.facebook.com/pages/Runaway-Bay-Soccer-Club/285871462240
0406 423 424
Clubhouse phone: +61 (0)7 5529 3334 (manned from 3pm to 7pm Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays)
Guy Blomberg (Communications & Events) Mob: 0497 777050, guy@runawaybaysoccerclub.com.au
nzredinaus [24 Aug 2011]: Gathering of Supporters to watch the LFC Games. Big Projector & Large HD TV to show the games. Cheap drinks and Great company. Part of the Liverpool FC Supporters - Australia Group (www.facebook.com/LFC.Australia)

Douglas, Townsville
The Riverview Tavern
247-251 Riverside Blvd., Riverside Gardens, Townsville, QLD 4814
www.riverviewtavern.com.au
www.facebook.com/RiverviewTav
07 4775 5005
info@riverviewtavern.com.au
Queensland Official LFC Supporters Club
[Sept 2015]


South Australia

www.YNWatchA.com/south-australia.html

Adelaide
Sportys Bar + Arena at The Arkaba Hotel
150 Glen Osmond Road, Fullarton (on the corner of Fullarton and Glen Osmond Road)
www.arkabahotel.com.au/sportys
@SportysBarArena
www.facebook.com/SportysBarArena
+61 (0)8 8338 1100
Best Sporting Entertainment Venue Award at the 2013 and 2014 AHA State and National Awards
Adelaide Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC Adelaide's preferred home venue
[2015]

Adelaide
The Rosemont Hotel
160 Hindley Street, Adelaide, SA 5000 (cnr. of Morphett St)
www.rosemonthotel.com.au
www.facebook.com/rosemontadelaide
+61 (0)8 8221 5156
RedmeisterOZ [9 May 2006]: 24 hour sports bar, home to English Premier League games and soon the World Cup. I'll be going to the Celtic Club in Melbourne, while over there to watch some Aussie Rules.


Victoria

www.YNWatchA.com/victoria.html

Melbourne
The Imperial Hotel (The Impy)
2-8 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 (corner of Spring Street, just opposite The Parliament of Victoria)
www.bourkestreetimperial.com
www.facebook.com/BourkeSt.Imperial
@The_Impy
lfcmelbourne.com.au/our-venues
(03) 9810 0062
bourke.imperial@odpc.com.au
Click here for more information regarding live sports at The Imperial Hotel
Melbourne Official LFC Supporters Club - LFC Melbourne's official home
TonyFunk [18 July 2010]: the Melbourne Liverpool Supporters Association has now moved to the Imperial Hotel, on Bourke Street. With this new partnership, more matches featuring Liverpool FC will be shown than ever before, and there will be some special benefits for our members as well. The Imperial Hotel is one of Melbourne’s most popular pubs, located a stones throw from Parliament House, at the Paris end of Melbourne’s CBD.
thechulloran [11 May 2011]: Take a train to Parliament and you'll see it on the corner of Bourke St and Spring St. Shake hands with the bald lad at back of the pub if you don't mind.
[11 May 2011]: Definitely get to the Imeperial. Always a great night
Ryza [11 May 2011]: Hey guys.. I've been at the imperial for most games this season. The best game of the year had to be when we knocked the mancs over 3-1. Fucking amazing atmosphere that night. Anyway, I'm the bloke who's usually with a couple of mates (one who has blonde dyed air and wears the Lucas jersey). Come and say hello! :)
Metallinick [11 May 2011]: I'm there most weeks as well. Concur that Manc game had a wild atmosphere. Too bad some manc pricks were sore losers and tried to start a fight with a teds fan who was by himself outside the bar! I'm normally up the front with a few mates on the left side of the main screen. Think we need to start a RAWK chant to work out where the fellow RAWK-ites are located!

Melbourne, CBD
Charles Dickens Tavern
The Block Arcade, 290 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC 3000 (near the corner of Elizabeth & Collins)
www.yelp.com.au/biz/charles-dickens-tavern-melbourne-melbourne-2
+61 (0)3 9654 1821
[22 Dec 2004]: Its underground and very good for watching football as you get a really good crowd (mainly Liverpool supporters).
[22 Dec 2004]: The Charles Dickens is good, but it is also home to the local Chelsea supporters club so could be packed for boxing day. It's not very big.
[23 Dec 2004]: As mentioned, the Charles Dickens shows all the games in Melbourne, but it's small and can be crowded. the All-Star cafe at Crown casino usually has most games on when they are showing on Foxtel.


Western Australia

www.YNWatchA.com/western-australia.html

Perth, East Victoria Park
Franklins Tavern
948 Albany Hwy, East Victoria Park
www.facebook.com/Franklins-Tavern-183808015011336
+61 (0)8 9472 1549
Western Australia Official LFC Supporters Club
[22 Nov 2013]: Home of the official Perth supporters club. Usually you have to be a member of the supporters club to get into the function room but the main part of the bar joins onto the it and the doors are usually open so it's not like you miss out. Members get discounted food and drinks as well. If you need more info about Franklins or watching a match in Perth, then visit the Official WA Supporters Club Facebook page and ask on there.
[7 Apr 2014]: The Perth LFC supporters club meets at Franklins Tavern, which I think is outside of the CBD. Otherwise you could go to the casino.

Perth, Hillarys
The Northshore Tavern
66/470 Whitfords Ave, Hillarys, WA 6025 (corner of Marmion Ave)
Google map
www.thenorthshoretavern.com.au
www.facebook.com/TheNorthshoreTavern
+61 (0)8 9307 4511
bookings@thenorthshoretavern.com.au
Western Australia Official LFC Supporters Club
[Sept 2015]

Perth, Subiaco
The Irish Club of WA
61 Townshend Road, Subiaco, WA 6008
www.irishclubofwa.com.au
www.facebook.com/irishclubofwa
+61 (0)8 9381 5213
info@irishclubofwa.com.au
[14 Dec 2004]: occassionally, the "Irish Club" in Subiaco shows the games on a big screen upstairs. They even show the odd In-ger-land game too, and the lads there are all a good crack.
Paul F [10 May 2006]: Usual venue for Reds in the West Official Supporters Club (contact at soccerwest1@bigpond.com)
[12 May 2011]: I was over there in Jan 2010 and went to the Irish pub in Subiaco (as mentioned on RAWK)... was only about 5 of us there...

Perth, Burswood
Crown Sports Bar (formerly Carbon Sports Bar - at Burswood Entertainment Complex)
Crown Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood, WA
www.crownperth.com.au/bars-nightclubs/bars/sports-bar
+61 (0)8 9362 7699
Burswood Entertainment Complex officially became Crown Perth on Monday, 3 September 2012
Darkshrimp [29 Jan 2012]: [Carbon Sports Bar] Some good turn outs during big matches, best ones are against the Mancs. Great turn out always from us and we always out drown the manc supporters in noise. Brilliant atmosphere.

Perth, Burswood
[31 Mar 2009]: I live in Australia and when we were versing Man U the game was played at Burswood. There were about 1000 Liverpool fans to about 200 Man U fans. Great support down here!

Perth, Northbridge
[14 Dec 2004]: I lived in Perth for a couple of years. There are a couple of joints in Northbridge that show live Fox Sports on a big screen. With some very fit near naked Kylieesque talent gyrating on podiums to boot.

Perth, City Centre
The Moon & Sixpence British Pub
300 Murray St, Perth, WA 6000 (corner of William St)
www.moonandsixpence.com.au
+61 (0)8 9338 5171, +61 (0)8 9338 5000
[14 Dec 2004]: I think that alot of Reds meet at the "Moon and Sixpence", an English pub in Perth City Centre.
[23 Dec 2004]: Moon & Sixpence is a nice place to watch.



New Zealand

Auckland
The Paddington Pub
117 St Georges Bay Rd, Parnell, Auckland 1142
www.thepaddington.co.nz
www.facebook.com/ThePaddington
+64 (0)9-309 3586
manager@thepaddington.co.nz
LFC Auckland
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club
[2014]

Auckland
The Fox Sporting Bar and Restaurant
85/87 Customs Street West, Auckland 1010 (Viaduct Harbour)
www.thefox.co.nz
www.facebook.com/thefoxhomeofsport
@TheFoxViaduct
09-358 2767
The friendliest sports bar in Auckland
[10 May 2006]: There are plenty of pubs showing footy around Auckland (Fiddler, Palace, Right Track etc.) But Fox's is owned by a Red and is definitely the place for the really big games.

Christchurch
Under The Red Verandah
29 Tancred Street, Linwood, Christchurch 8011 (corner of Worcester Street)
www.utrv.co.nz
www.facebook.com/Under-the-Red-Verandah-102255306498169
+64 3 381-1109
mandy@utrv.co.nz
Under the Red Verandah was a distinctive landmark building on the corner of Worcester and Tancred Streets until February 2011 when a destructive earthquake shook our old girl requiring its demolishment shortly after. It was over 100 years old, and had a sketchy yet rich history and had been home to the cafe since 1997. After the earthquake, we temporarily moved into the adjoining cottage, serving our coffee and food out of compostable cups and plates and later into a purpose built cafe in the old smithy. We saved the red verandah and some of the windows and re-cycled them, giving the new cafe the same quirky feel as the previous one.
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club - Christchurch sub-branch
[Sept 2015]

Christchurch
Monza Sports Bar upstairs at Christchurch Casino
30 Victoria Street, PO Box 4141, Christchurch 8140
www.christchurchcasino.co.nz/restaurants-bars/monza-sports-bar
www.facebook.com/chchmonza
+64 3 365 9999
[1 Jan 2009]: Watched the quarter final C/L agaist JV in the Casino. Due to the 12 hour difference found this was the only place to watch it at this time in the morning.

Dunedin
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club

Hamilton
Biddy Mulligan's Irish Pub
742 Victoria Street, Hamilton North 3204
www.biddyshamilton.co.nz
www.facebook.com/BiddysMulligansIrishPub
07-834 0306
biddyslive@xtra.co.nz
or madanjaipreet@yahoo.co.nz (after hours)
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club
[Sept 2015]

Palmerston North
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club

Tauranga
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club

Wellington
Four Kings
7-11 Dixon Street, Wellington (corner of Taranaki St)
www.fourkings.co.nz
@FourKingsWelly
www.facebook.com/FourKingsNZ
(04) 384 1910
Wellington Official LFC Supporters Club's venue for late night games
New Zealand Official LFC Supporters Club
[Sept 2015]

Wellington
The Pub
101 The Terrace, Wellington
www.thepub.org.nz
www.facebook.com/Thepubonterrace
+64 (0)4-472 9743
info@thepub.org.nz
Wellington Official LFC Supporters Club's venue for breakfast time games
[Sept 2015]


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« Reply #7 on: March 12, 2014, 09:53:30 PM »
Africa

Egypt
Kenya
Mauritius
Nigeria
Seychelles
South Africa
Tanzania
Uganda



Egypt

www.YNWatchA.com/egypt.html

Sharm el Sheikh
Camel Bar @ Camel Dive Club & Hotel
Centre of Na'ama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, South Sinai
www.cameldive.com/about/camel-bar
www.cameldive.com/bar
+20 69 3600 700
info@cameldive.com
[7 Feb 2016]: Multiple screens with all beIN sports channels



Kenya

www.YNWatchA.com/kenya.html



Mauritius

www.YNWatchA.com/mauritius.html

Moka
Flying Dodo
Bagatelle - Mall Of Mauritius, Moka, Mauritius
Google map
www.flyingdodo.com
www.facebook.com/flyingdodo
+(230) 468 8810
info@flyingdodo.com
[18 Mar 2016]

Rose Hill
Wok Inn
276 Royal Road, Beau Bassin-Rose Hill, Mauritius
www.facebook.com/pages/Wok-Inn/157345017682406
www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/worldwide-reds-ready-for-final
www.tripfactory.com/places/wok-inn-mauritius-540824
[19 Jan 2009]: Check out the official Mauritius branch ... jean-carl is a sound guy !!!



Nigeria

Lagos
Pat's Bar
292c Ajose Adeogun Street, Lekki Peninsula, Victoria Island
www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g304026-d6104915-Reviews-Pat_s_Bar-Lagos_Lagos_State.html
0709 425 3393
[18 July 2010]: It's one of 3 places I like to generally rotate on a night out. However it's also a pub that serves good english food - Pat is someone you couldn't make up - and it has all the sport. I would definitely recommend it to anyone in Lagos even for a bit of Lunch.



Seychelles

www.YNWatchA.com/seychelles.html



South Africa

www.YNWatchA.com/south-africa.html

Cape Town
Fergie's Pub and Restaurant
Porterfield Rd, Table View, Cape Town, 7441
www.facebook.com/FERGIES-PUB-RESTAURANT-196935830220
+27 21 556 5405
[10 Jan 2014]: If anyone is ever in Cape Town go to Fergies pub as Reds fans gather there to watch matches and YNWA is played before and after games!

Cape Town
Ferryman's Tavern
Cnr East Pier Road & Dock Road, Locomotive Shed, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront 8001 (near the tourist information centre)
www.ferrymans.co.za
+27 21 419 7748
[2006/7]: A very old, very traditional pub with brewery on site. Every ale you'd expect in a proper boozer on tap. TV facilities leave a bit to be desired and local sport will always take preference. Best to check ahead if the game will be shown.
[24 Jan 2014]: always popular for our games

Cape Town
Mitchell's Scottish Ale House
Cnr East Pier Road & Dock Road, Locomotive Shed, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront (near the tourist information centre)
www.mitchells-ale-house.com
+27 21 419 5074
[15 Dec 2012]: Two storey pub and they show Liverpool games on the one floor and Manchester United on the other. Every Liverpool game (Premier League, Capital, FA and Europa) is flighted live on SA Television.
[24 Jan 2014]: always popular for our games

Cape Town
The Fireman's Arms
Cnr Buitengracht & Mechau Street, Cape Town, 8001
firemansarms.co.za
www.facebook.com/firemansarmscapetown
+27 21 419 1513
info@firemansarms.co.za
[2006/7]: One of the oldest pubs in Cape Town. Located in the centre of town.

Cape Town
Sports Cafe
Upper Level, V&A Waterfront
+27 21 419 5558/9
[2006/7]: Loads of screens, smoking and non-smoking section, good menu with decent sized portions and most popular ale on tap.

Durban
Jack Rabbits*
203 North Ridge Road, Morningside, Durban 4001
+27 31 207 6735
www.jackrabbits.co.za

reddaisy [10 Sept 2008]: Top pub, shows all the matches. Always a cool atmosphere especially for Liverpool v Man Utd. Friendly staff and crowd
*[6 Mar 2014]: I think they've moved. The website link is dead. The Facebook link below seems to be up-to-date and the info below is taken from there ...

Durban, Morningside
Jack Rabbits Pub & Grill
McCarthy Hse, 203 Peter Mokaba Rd, Morningside, Durban, 4001
www.facebook.com/JackRabbitsPub
+27 31 207 6735
[6 Mar 2014]

Edenvale, Gauteng
Grandslam Sports Diner
Cnr. Elm Street & Sycamore Drive, Dowerglen, Edenvale
www.grandslam.co.za
www.facebook.com/Grandslamsportsdiner
+27 (0)11 454 3700
grandslam@live.co.za
[3 May 2006]: The official meeting place of the LFC Supporters Club - Gauteng branch. No website as far as I'm aware. Great Venue, good food, Massive screen. Show all LFC games live.



Tanzania

www.YNWatchA.com/tanzania.html

Zanzibar
Waikiki Resort Zanzibar
Kiwengwa Road, 2210, Pwani Mchangani, P.O. Box 2210, Zanzibar, Tanzania
Google map
www.waikikiafrica.com/restaurant.html
www.facebook.com/groups/waikikizanzibar
www.facebook.com/waikikiafrica
+255 779 401 603 from Mon-Sat (10am - 5pm), +255 777 877 329
waikikibooking@hotmail.com
[6 Feb 2016]: I rather unluckily managed to catch our drubbing by Watford in Zanzibar :( haha! It was at my hotel bar, though. But non-guests can also visit the bar, have "the best pizza in Zanzibar" and watch the match. It's a bit of a trek from Stone Town or the major resorts, but if you combine it with a trip to the spice plantations then it could be a good day out. The pizza is worth the trip even if the footy isn't, to be honest ;).

Zanzibar
I don't know, but this post might be useful.
[Feb 2016]



Uganda

www.YNWatchA.com/uganda.html


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« Reply #8 on: March 12, 2014, 09:54:14 PM »
South America & the Caribbean

Jump to The Caribbean

South America

Argentina
Brazil
Ecuador



Argentina

www.YNWatchA.com/argentina.html

Buenos Aires
The Gibraltar
Perú 895, San Telmo, Buenos Aires (near corner of Peru and Estados Unidos)
Google map
www.thegibraltarbar.com
www.facebook.com/The-Gibraltar-Bar-703983516303948
+54 11 4362-5310
Kitchen open until 2am. Bar closes at 4am. Happy hour from 12 noon to 10pm. Yep, 10 bloody hours of affordable boozing and munching!
[23 Nov 2015]: Here's an update for Buenos Aires as very few bars seem to open for weekend Premier League games. One that does open from 12 noon each weekend (apparently sometimes earlier if there is a big game on) is the The Gibraltar Bar in central Buenos Aires. It's only a small bar with two screens but they seem to show 2x 3pm Saturday games plus the later kick-offs and Spanish/German/Italian games. Occasionally the website seems to detail which games they are showing that week but seems a bit out of date at the moment. Food also available.

Buenos Aires
Club Atletico River Plate
Av. Pte. Figueroa Alcorta 7597 CP 1428
(5411) 4789-1200
[25 Jan 2008]: In Argentina can watch Liverpool at the Bar River Plate in our same club, the fans here River Plate are also mostly Liverpool fans. An Embrace to any part of Liverpool fans River Plate of Argentina.



Brazil

Rio de Janeiro
The Lord Jim Pub
Rua Paul Redfern 44, Ipanema
www.lordjimpub.com.br
www.facebook.com/lordjimpub
@Lordjimpub
+55 21 2249 4881
[18 Sept 2010]: All games live several screens downstairs and upstairs.
[11 Feb 2011]: Been there, watched alot of World Cup matches at that one. Great suggestion.
[18 Aug 2016]: I can confirm that Lord Jim still shows the games in Rio. It's not exclusively an LFC pub, but they have a few screens and a nice local lager.



Ecuador

Quito
Locos por el futbol
Calle Reina Victoria 582 y Wilson (Plaza Fosch)
locosxelfutbol.com/locales/local_quito.asp [dead link Dec 2015]
+593 2-290-1861
Santi [29 Aug 2008]: As you can see from the name a bar dedicated to football. If the Liverpool game is on ESPN (CL) or Fox (PL) then they will put it on for you. Otherwise just go there to get a footy-fix!



The Caribbean

Bahamas
Cayman Islands



Bahamas

Nassau
Cricket Club Restaurant & Pub
Haynes Oval, P.O. Box CB 11712, Nassau
Google map
bahamascricket.com
+1242 326 4720
[20 Jan 2012]: could be one.



Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Fidel Murphy's
Queen's Court Plaza, West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, George Town, Cayman Islands
www.facebook.com/fidelmurphys
fidelscayman.com
+1 345-949-5189
[4 Mar 2014]

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
[28 Feb 2012]: For such a small island, there is actually a decent selection of places to watch the match, especially in the Seven Mile Beach corridor.


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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #9 on: March 12, 2014, 10:36:30 PM »
Cracking update - well done.

I'll second that, just to let you know I deleted your post as it crept in during the guide sections. :)
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #10 on: March 13, 2014, 01:06:34 AM »
Excellent work this. Is it okay to add info here? If not, you can just delete this post and add the info to the main post.

A couple of updates in Vienna.

The below pub has apparently closed down.

City:        Vienna
Name:     Billy's Bones Irish Pub
Address: Vienna, Schlickplatz 4, 1090 Vienna
www.billysbones.com
Tel:          0043/1310 97 80
Remarks: good pub with quality food, they show MOST Liverpool games and have many dodgy channels.


New addition:

City:        Vienna
Name:     The Four Bells
Address: Schleifmühlgasse 2, 1040 Vienna
Web:      http://www.four-bells.at/
E-mail:    reservation@four-bells.at
Tel:         +43 1 585 47 85
              +43 1 585 47 85 99
Remarks: Good pub with decent food. Positive is that the smoking section is in the back which leaves the main area (with the projector screen) virtually smoke free. Would recommend to book a table for bigger games. They open at 4pm but earlier if there are games shown.

If you're heading to Vienna and are staying on a match day, feel free to PM me for any info or help.
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #11 on: March 13, 2014, 01:18:36 AM »
So definitely nothing in Canberra, Australia?
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« Reply #12 on: March 13, 2014, 09:23:34 AM »
Excellent work this. Is it okay to add info here? If not, you can just delete this post and add the info to the main post.


Fine to add info (thanks!) but once its incorporated into the guide expect the posts below to be periodically deleted. I've amended the Austrian entry.

So definitely nothing in Canberra, Australia?

Not definitive, just the best info available. Past experience suggests that as new users become aware of this resource there will be further additions.
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #13 on: March 13, 2014, 01:14:55 PM »
http://chicagolfc.com/about-us/ajhudsons/ couldn't see anything about aj Hudson's on there in the Chicago section. But cracking pub, mostly red's although the owner is apparently an ex pat evertonian! Put the link up to the lfc fan club that watch the games there, but not sure where to put it.

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #14 on: March 16, 2014, 03:35:04 AM »
GDay lads, just a small update to the Sydney Reds section
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City:        Sydney, NSW
Name:     Cheers Bar
Address: 561 George Street -  conveniently located a short walk from Town Hall Station, you will find us just metres from the south-western corner of George & Liverpool Streets
www.cheersbar.com.au
Tel:          02 9261 8313
Fax:          02 9267 1174
Remarks: Cheers Bar is large sports bar spanning 3 levels, has most fixtures live on satellite tv. There is a projector and large screen on the street level. It's a good-sized venue that caters to football fans so there are usually a decent number of supporters in attendance. It's near Town Hall and the George Street cinemas.
There is usually a decent number of Reds whenever a game is on, the major fixtures will usually pack the bar out so be sure to get in before the game starts.
It is also the home of the Liverpool Supporters Club of NSW, check us out on facebook www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2690611146 and also chat on forums here lfcdownunder.com.au/forum/viewforum.php?f=16
Email:      nsw@lfcdownunder.com.au
New email contact is club@lfcnsw.com and lfcdownunder site shut down.
Also Cheers Bar now has 2 levels for sport, they converted basement into a nightclub/lounge bar. But its still the only place to go watch it with a large majority of fellow Reds :)
And we advise getting into Cheers at least two hours before kickoff (and before 130am due to Sydneys new ridiculous CBD lockout laws)
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2014, 03:38:05 AM »
So definitely nothing in Canberra, Australia?
Funny you mention this, the NSW supporters club which is based in Sydney is beginning to get some sub-branches happening in other NSW locations.
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LFC NSW is looking to grow our Official Supporters Club to other areas in NSW. However growth only occurs when people get behind it and support it. So we are publicising the below venues for the game against the Mancs tonight (16th March)

For our Newcastle Reds we have a confirmed event at Wests New Lambton, supporters are invited to meet from 11pm.
For our Canberra Reds, we are putting the call out for any interested supporters to meet at King O'Malleys in Civic from 11pm.
For our Wollongong Reds, we are putting the call out for any interested supporters to meet at Illawarra Steelers Club from 11pm.

Dont expect a massive group at any of these meetups, the Sydney Reds started with a small group and has taken over 6 years to build to where we are now. All it takes is a few committed Reds to get things started, and promote the hell out of your sub-branch to get your local Reds to join you.
If nothing else, head along and say GDay to a few fellow Reds and enjoy the game :)
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #16 on: March 16, 2014, 06:45:09 AM »
Funny you mention this, the NSW supporters club which is based in Sydney is beginning to get some sub-branches happening in other NSW locations.
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #17 on: March 16, 2014, 08:38:19 AM »
^ furns ...

Thank you. Enjoy the game tonight.

Hopefully I've incorporated the new info OK. I've tarted up the Melbourne entry too.

The three updated entries look like this:

City:        Melbourne
Melbourne Liverpool Supporters Association - Official Supporters Club Branch of Liverpool FC
www.lfcmelbourne.com.au
Twitter:   @LFCMelbourne
Facebook: www.facebook.com/LFCMelbourne
Instagram: instagram.com/lfcmelbourne
Email:      info@lfcmelbourne.com.au
Name:     The Imperial Hotel
Address: 2-8 Bourke Street (Cnr Spring & Bourke Streets), City.
www.bourkestreetimperial.com
Twitter:   @The_Impy
Tel:          (03) 9810 0062
Email:      bourke.imperial@odpc.com.au
The Imperial Hotel is one of Melbourne’s most popular pubs, located a stones throw from Parliament House, at the Paris end of Melbourne’s CBD.
The Champions League Final attracted around 400 Reds at the old venue (Celtic Club). With this new partnership, more matches featuring Liverpool FC will be shown than ever before, and there will be some special benefits for our members as well.
www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/mlsa-thousands-of-people-are-buzzing
Submitted by: TonyFunk [18 July 2010]




City:        Sydney
Liverpool FC Supporters Club of NSW
Twitter:   @LFCSydneyNSW
Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/2690611146
Email:      club@lfcnsw.com
Name:     Cheers Bar
Address: 561 George Street. Conveniently located a short walk from Town Hall Station, you will find us just metres from the south-western corner of George & Liverpool Streets. Near the George Street cinemas.
www.cheersbar.com.au
Tel:          02 9261 8313
Fax:         02 9267 1174
Twitter:   @CheersBarSydney
Remarks: Large sports bar on 2 levels. It used to be on 3 levels but they converted the basement into a nightclub/lounge bar. But it's still the only place to go, with a large majority of fellow Reds :). Has most fixtures live on satellite TV. There is a projector and large screen on the street level. It's a good-sized venue that caters to football fans so there are usually a decent number of supporters in attendance.
There is usually a decent number of Reds whenever a game is on, the major fixtures will usually pack the bar out so we advise getting into Cheers at least two hours before kickoff (and before 1:30am due to Sydney's new ridiculous CBD lockout laws).
Submitted by: furns [31 October 2009 - updated 16 March 2014]
Cheers in sydney is awesome.. there are some true scousers and when they start their chants it feels like you're at the ground

City: Various
New South Wales
LFC NSW is looking to grow our Official Supporters Club to other areas in NSW. However growth only occurs when people get behind it and support it. So we are publicising the below venues for the game against the Mancs tonight (16th March 2014).

For our Newcastle Reds, we have a confirmed event at Wests New Lambton, supporters are invited to meet from 11pm.
For our Canberra Reds, we are putting the call out for any interested supporters to meet at King O'Malleys in Civic from 11pm.
For our Wollongong Reds, we are putting the call out for any interested supporters to meet at Illawarra Steelers Club from 11pm.

Don't expect a massive group at any of these meetups, the Sydney Reds started with a small group and has taken over 6 years to build to where we are now. All it takes is a few committed Reds to get things started, and promote the hell out of your sub-branch to get your local Reds to join you.

If nothing else, head along and say GDay to a few fellow Reds and enjoy the game :)

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #18 on: March 16, 2014, 09:03:40 AM »
^ furns ...

Thank you. Enjoy the game tonight.

Hopefully I've incorporated the new info OK. I've tarted up the Melbourne entry too.
Top notch mate appreciated
Unfortunately due to an issue with King O'Malleys trading hours, we have had to switch the venue to the Hellenic Club in Woden. We have confirmed they willbe open until 4pm and are putting the game on the big screen for us.
So thats a bonus :)
Apologies for the late change.
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #19 on: March 16, 2014, 09:59:56 AM »
Any for Seoul?

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #20 on: March 16, 2014, 12:29:00 PM »
Any for Seoul?

There is one there for Seoul. Wembley Pub. I've noted that their website link is dead but there's a couple of other links in there that might be useful. Look at the bottom of the first Asia post. Let us know if you find any better info.

Hope you don't miss the game tonight. Good luck.

EDIT: Update!

Too late for the Man Utd spanking obviously, but I've found this info:

City:        Seoul
Name:     Hollywood Grill
Address: Out Itaewon Station exit 2, walk straight less than a minute.  It's on the 3rd floor to your left.
www.onlyitaewon.com/hollywood-grill.html
Tel:          02-749-1659
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eddie emmanuel eng @eddie7ee Mar 14
@LFCKorea I am staying in Myeongdong. Can anyone help me as I want to watch Sunday match Man utd vs Liverpool. Where can I go to watch?

Stuart Jones @kimchistu Mar 14
@eddie7ee @LFCKorea There will be plenty of places showing the game in the Itaewon area of Seoul, about 5-8,000 won taxi ride from Myeongdong. Pretty much every bar there will show it, if not ask and they will find the channel. I'd recommend the bar called Hollywood, big screen, good atmosphere and there will be a quite a few other lfc fans there as well, find em on facebook. www.onlyitaewon.com/hollywood-grill.html … some directions to the bar, bar owner is a LFC fan, hope this helps
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #21 on: April 4, 2014, 04:23:08 AM »
I'm in Edinburgh when we play Chelsea (running a ten mile race) however have just found out Hibs play Hearts that day at 12:45 on BT.

I'd just assumed I could find a boozer and settle down with a well deserved pint.

However I imagine I'll be as welcome as a condom machine in the Vatican given most will be showing the Edinburgh derby.

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« Reply #23 on: April 7, 2014, 09:32:53 AM »
this should be one thread, no?

http://www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=312611.msg12648319#msg12648319

I'm not sure what that thread is doing still there. I think this is the thread to use, not the other one.

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #24 on: April 7, 2014, 04:14:53 PM »
I'm in Edinburgh when we play Chelsea (running a ten mile race) however have just found out Hibs play Hearts that day at 12:45 on BT.

I'd just assumed I could find a boozer and settle down with a well deserved pint.

However I imagine I'll be as welcome as a condom machine in the Vatican given most will be showing the Edinburgh derby.

Any helpful RAWKites have any suggestions for me?
Thanks in advance

I'll be there too - watch this space mate - first question is where's the race?

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #25 on: April 8, 2014, 09:07:52 AM »
Top notch mate appreciated
Unfortunately due to an issue with King O'Malleys trading hours, we have had to switch the venue to the Hellenic Club in Woden. We have confirmed they willbe open until 4pm and are putting the game on the big screen for us.
So thats a bonus :)
Apologies for the late change.
So apparently people are going to make it to Hellenic Club in Canberra!  There's a facebook event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1488008568085849/
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #26 on: April 8, 2014, 09:24:21 AM »
I'm in Edinburgh when we play Chelsea (running a ten mile race) however have just found out Hibs play Hearts that day at 12:45 on BT.

I'd just assumed I could find a boozer and settle down with a well deserved pint.

However I imagine I'll be as welcome as a condom machine in the Vatican given most will be showing the Edinburgh derby.

Any helpful RAWKites have any suggestions for me?
Thanks in advance

These guys might be worth a look - http://www.auldreekiereds.com/. There's also a group in Glasgow - I'll put together some proper information about them for the OP this evening.

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #27 on: April 8, 2014, 07:15:43 PM »
I'll be there too - watch this space mate - first question is where's the race?

Starts and finishes at  Queens Drive near Holyrood Palace
https://www.greatrun.org/Events/Information.aspx?ctid=469&id=3

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« Reply #28 on: April 10, 2014, 01:28:27 PM »
These guys might be worth a look - http://www.auldreekiereds.com/. There's also a group in Glasgow - I'll put together some proper information about them for the OP this evening.

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #29 on: April 10, 2014, 05:53:43 PM »
Any New Yorkers know the likelihood of getting into 11th St Bar this Sunday? Only other time I tried going there was for the league cup final in 2012 and was rejected as it had filled up already.

I'll be in New York again this weekend (Sasha is DJing at Output in Brooklyn saturday night ;)) and realllly want to get in. Anybody know what time it fills up or if they take reservations for tables around match time?

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« Reply #30 on: April 10, 2014, 07:14:14 PM »
Any New Yorkers know the likelihood of getting into 11th St Bar this Sunday? Only other time I tried going there was for the league cup final in 2012 and was rejected as it had filled up already.

I'll be in New York again this weekend (Sasha is DJing at Output in Brooklyn saturday night ;)) and realllly want to get in. Anybody know what time it fills up or if they take reservations for tables around match time?
No reservations taken - plan to be there at least an hour before kickoff if you want to be fairly certain of getting in.

That said, we now have three backup locations within a few blocks so you'll have plenty of other Reds around to watch the match with if you're unable to get into the 11th Street.

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« Reply #31 on: April 10, 2014, 07:40:55 PM »
No reservations taken - plan to be there at least an hour before kickoff if you want to be fairly certain of getting in.

That said, we now have three backup locations within a few blocks so you'll have plenty of other Reds around to watch the match with if you're unable to get into the 11th Street.

Thanks for the info! Cheers :)

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« Reply #32 on: April 11, 2014, 07:31:59 AM »
SHANGHAI PEEPS


Anyone heading to one of the bars this Sunday?

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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #33 on: April 17, 2014, 10:00:02 PM »
Apologies to bump for a question already asked but am in edinburgh this weekend and looking for a good place for the Norwich game. The supporters club doesn't seem to say where they meet for games, only that they arrange a coach down for home games. Anyone know a decent place? Their Facebook page says they like The Globe bar, guessing maybe that's worth a shot?

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« Reply #34 on: April 18, 2014, 03:19:39 PM »
Hi, I think you should update the Houston, Texas entry. Ron's Pub is definitely the place to watch any of our games when you're there. It's now recognised by the club as the official LFC Supporters Club in Houston as well. I watched the West Ham and City games in there and both times have been boss. A great mix of Scousers and locals.

They even had Bruce Grobbelaar in a few weeks ago giving a talk.

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Opening hours: They open early for every LFC game. Even at 6am this Sunday for Norwich I believe.
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« Reply #35 on: April 18, 2014, 04:10:15 PM »
Apologies to bump for a question already asked but am in edinburgh this weekend and looking for a good place for the Norwich game. The supporters club doesn't seem to say where they meet for games, only that they arrange a coach down for home games. Anyone know a decent place? Their Facebook page says they like The Globe bar, guessing maybe that's worth a shot?

Without any further directions it's where I'm heading for the Chelsea game
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« Reply #36 on: April 19, 2014, 12:47:57 PM »
Where did you watch the Chelsea game? Did Royhendo get back to you?

Tis in the future - I'd decided on the Globe but your poll suggests golden rule.

Oof, just checked and its not exactly city centre.
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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #37 on: April 19, 2014, 02:46:26 PM »


City: Jakarta
Name:  MIDPOINT 2 CYBER CAFE
Address: Jalan Pintu Satu senayan, Central Jakarta (next to atlet century hotel)
Location: http://i38.tinypic.com/la91h.jpg
Phone number: (+62) 08164844308
Remarks: same as former place, this is homebase for  "Bigreds" (Indonesia's Official LIVERPOOL FC Supporters Club), larger, 2 big screen, and 2 wall tv (Indonesia's Official LIVERPOOL FC Supporters Club)


City: Jakarta
name:  Visi Resto (Viky Sianipar resto)
address: Jalan Dr. Saharjo No. 84 Jakarta (next to "7 Eleven" Minangkabau)
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remarks : same as former place, this is homebase for  "Bigreds" (Indonesia's Official LIVERPOOL FC Supporters Club), but special for an important match/ big match we held elsewhere wider, for details you can contact me, ABI, on (+62) 08164844308


Alright mate, where are you watching this tomorrow?


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Re: Guide to watching Liverpool around the world
« Reply #38 on: April 19, 2014, 02:57:13 PM »
Alright mate, where are you watching this tomorrow?

For now we regularly at Visi Resto (the 2nd one)
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« Reply #39 on: April 21, 2014, 12:20:58 PM »
Tis in the future - I'd decided on the Globe but your poll suggests golden rule.

Oof, just checked and its not exactly city centre.

The Links Bar used to be good for games. They'll show them everywhere now and there'll always be Reds around. We watch them in the Hermitage in Morningside sometimes which is way out of town but just below my mate's flat.

Are you after kind of supporters' club bars or...?