Places to watch the Women’s World Cup Final in the Jewellery Quarter

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The Lionesses have made to the World Cup Final and are playing Spain on Sunday 20th August at 11am.

No one wants to miss this historic occassion, and what better way to get into the atmosphere than watching the game on the big screen.

Here’s a run down of the venues in the JQ where you can catch the game:

The Button Factory

This trendy bar, located on Frederick Street, is opening early to screen the final. You’ll be able to catch all the action live, and the bar also has a great selection of food available, so why not treat yourself to Brunch too. Want the best viewing experience? Be sure to book a table and let them know you are there to cheer on England!

The Wolf

Open early from 10.45am, The Wolf is a modern and stylish bar known for their wide selection of craft beers, it’s the perfect spot for a group of friends to enjoy the game in style. There’s also BOGOF on toasties and pies from 12pm til 5pm. Reserve a table and don’t miss out!

Actress and Bishop

Open from 10am, there’s plenty of time to settle into your reserved table and get hyped up before kick off! A great place to watch the footie on the big screen with a lively and welcoming atmosphere, a wide selection of beers and ciders on tap, plus an exciting cocktail menu.

Saint Pauls House

If you want a proper breakfast before the match, Saints Paul’s House will be the place to be. Open from 8am as always, walk ins are always welcome, but this is going to be a momentus day so reserve your table, and enjoy breakfast whilst taking in all the action!

The Queens Arms

Cheer on the lionesses at The Queens Arms! The pub is open from 10am and food is available from 11am. Tuck into the amazing menu from notty bites, and enjoy great pints, good vibes and big smiles in this beautiful listed pub.

Somewhere in Brum

The Jewellery Quarter’s best kept secret, heads downstairs into a unique bar with a great selection of craft beers and more, plus 00% organic plant based food including Brunch all day. They also have a 100″ screen! Open from 10am for the 11am kick off, turn up bright and early or DM them to book a table.

The Shakespeare Inn

The Shakespeare Inn on Summer Row is a great place to watch the game. The pub serves a wide range of food and drink, including their famous pies. This traditional pub has bags of Victorian charm and a friendly atmosphere.

The Barrel Store

Attic Brew are opening from 10.30am to show the match live on the big screen. They’ll also be giving away one free pint of one of their core beers to each customer!

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