Best Pubs For Women's Football In UK

After England's success at the SheBelieves Cup, watching women's football in the pub is an activity growing year on year as more and more leagues become professional. Whether it's the WSL, Champions League or FIFA World Cup, there's increasing amounts of top-notch live action being shown on TV. On this page, we've highlighted a couple of pubs that are committed to showing women's soccer live on TV.

Pubs & Bars

Long Arm Pub and Brewery


This brilliant central London pub will be showing every single Lionesses game this summer. With some excellent grub and the freshest beer in the capital (it's brewed metres from where you sit), Long Arm should pack an awesome atmosphere this summer.

Duke of Wellington


This cracking community pub has long been flying the flag for women's football on TV. Head down whenever the Lionesses are on TV for a belting pizza and all the action on their massive projector.

Belushis and The Dugout


A firm favourite, The Dugout is a dream for sports fans of any type. Blessed with dozens of screens, booths and private rooms, they're always able to accommodate no matter what is being shown, especially WSL and Lioness games.

Belushis Bath


If you want a great football pub in Bath look no further than Belushis. With huge screens, an unbeatable atmosphere and great beer as standard, they are one of the elite for a reason.

The Living Room


It may be called 'The Living Room' but there's nothing normal about these top-drawer sports pub. The pinnacle? A 40-foot screen based outside in their beer garden.

Original Oak


Hosting one of the best beer gardens in the country, if you'd like to enjoy the glorious summer weather while enjoying the Women's World Cup - this may be the venue for you.

Stag's Head Hoxton


Home to the BallerFC collective and their joyous women's football viewing parties during Euro 2022. Expect a truly safe space, complete with onsite welfare officers and zero tolerance attitude towards abusive behaviour. Come on down and join the fun.

Cambridge Brewhouse


Cambridge may not be known for its pubs but the Brewhouse dispels this notion easily. With top-of-the-range screens and delicious ales on tap, it's one of our favourites in the area.



Conveniently located opposite Lime Street Station, the Crown is one of the most popular pubs in Liverpool. With a dazzling array of food and drink options, while offering some of the best atmosphere around - it's the perfect option for all Women's World Cup lovers.

Seven Oaks


Our favourite Manchester pub based on the edge of China Town. Seven Oaks is a classic amongst footy veterans for a reason.

King Street Brew House


A Bristol-based pub with it's own micro-brewery? It's not wonder that the beers are a major draw even for non-sport lovers. Add a number of big screens to the offer and you've got a high-standard sports pub which really can do it all.

Six Bells


Located in Oxford you'd struggle to find a better place to host an evening of sport than the Six Bells. Add in some live music and a fantastic beer garden and you've got a wonderful spot to enjoy yourself after the football's finished.



O'Neills is a sporting institution and their Glasgow offering is no different. With an almost embarrassment of riches when it comes to the number of screens on offer, it's one of our favourites.



The Trocadero in Birmingham has been a sporting institution for as long as most of us can remember. Great food and drink plus some big screens? It's impossible to go wrong with that formula.