Watch the World Cup in the Jewellery Quarter

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Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter offers a variety of quality experiences, making it the best place to watch the World Cup this winter. Here is Listed below are some of our favourite JQ venues that you can consider when planning your wonderful night. 

Saint Pauls House 

Watch it live at Saint Paul’s House – in the bar, terrace, in the raised area or take over the Private Dining Room! Saint Pauls house will be showing the majority of the games with the sound down, but for the big ones – England group games, Saint Pauls House be ramping up the atmosphere and cheering on the goals. 

The Shakespeare Inn

There’s no better venue to watch the first ever Winter World Cup tournament than at this historic Nicholson’s pub. Soak up the atmosphere while enjoying a great range of drinks, including cask ale and premium gin. With their classic pub menu, you won’t go hungry either – even if things go into extra-time. 

Queens Arms

190 years old, The Queen’s Arms serves up new sassy Indian food menu, fantastic traditional ales and an extensive variety of keg beer. An intimate environment situated close to St Paul’s Square, the Queen’s Arms will provide you with an unrivalled atmosphere to watch the World cup.

The Rectory 

Overlooking the beautiful St Paul’s Church, with its vibrant charm and atmosphere another great location to watch the match.

Button Factory

Situated on Frederick Street sits the Button Factory – a building that pays homage to the Quarter’s history of button-making. This stylish bar offers bottomless serving brunch, lunch and dinner ready for every kick off time. With cracking cocktails and has one of the best rooftop terraces in the city if you’re brave enough to face the cold.

The Pig and Tail

A small, relaxed bar & hidden courtyard serving a range of craft beers, wines, coffees, cocktails & mocktails.

1000 Trades

Independent neighbourhood bar and kitchen in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter showing home games and the later stages of the competition in their function room, due to the popularity of the bar please book in advance.

The Church

A Classic Victorian corner public house, full of wonderful features. The newly refurbished snug is available to watch the match with a group of friends.

Jewellers Arms 

Enjoy the match in one of the Jewellery Quarter most iconic pubs which was voted in CAMRA Good Beer Guide pub 2019.

The Wolf

Home to one of the best collection of craft beer in Birmingham, not only known for their beer with great wine and spirits but also offering great pies, toasties, nachos and cheese/meat boards. Prebooking required.

The Rolling Mill

Located in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham, The Rolling Mill offers a friendly, warm atmosphere. Serving exceptional quality food and with a dedicated bar with multiple screens to watch all the matches.

The Red Lion

At the bottom of Warstone Lane, this tucked away pub offers award-winning food and a full range of premium and European lagers and local draft ales. Boasting large screens throughout the pub (inside and outside in their covered beer garden) dedicated to nothing but sport, you won’t miss a kick!

The Clifden

The Clifden is at the heart of the Jewellery Quarter’s food and beverage scene. With one of the most quirkiest and largest beer gardens in the– and with multiple TV screens – it’s one of the best places on our list to experience the atmosphere of the world cup.

JQ bar and grill

Serving quality Indian food along with a large variety of lagers, beers, wines and cocktails, with screens fitted across every empty space, you can guarantee your view will never be compromised.

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