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And if you want the chance to see history in the making for Klopp and his team, here’s 12 places you can watch the match this weekend.
It’s unlimited drinks and unlimited pizza at the Berry Street venue and if you want to get yourself down there before the 4.45pm kick-off you’ll need to book your seat. It’ll cost you £35 per person – and tables are going fast.
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Fletcher’s have released more tables for the FA Cup Final and you can book online to join them in the beer garden. There are packages available for tables of four to eight, with a table of four costing £80, and including eight beers, a pepperoni pizza, and two portions of salt & pepper fries.
Tables in the pergola may not have views of the big screen, but all pergola tables have views of HD TV screens. Buying a package gives you the table from one hour before kick-off until after the match has finished, and food and drink will be at your table on arrival. (Note: they’ll be operating a challenge 25 policy on the door.)
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If you’re in South Liverpool, why not stop off at the friendly Victoria Road pub? You can cheer on the Reds because they’ll be showing the FA Cup match live, and you can enjoy a pint and a bite to eat while you watch the game.
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It’s got a huge screen, a full bar and the ‘best atmosphere’… what more could you want? The last few tickets are on sale at £19.25 each (including booking fee) for the Greenland Street super space – and just to let you know, it’s standing only. Event entry is 2.45pm (last entry 4pm) until 8pm, and it’s over 18s only.
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The family-run pub on James Street will have two floors open – downstairs and the upper deck from 3pm – so you get a great view of the game live on their big screens. They’re serving food from 10am with two brekkies for £11, and the full pub menu on until 6pm; and they’ve got live entertainment on straight after the game.
You don’t have to book but if you want to guarantee a table, you can arrange that by phoning them 0151 236 1650. There’s a £20 deposit which you’ll get back on the day.
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Like everywhere else, tickets are selling fast for the game, but you can still get in and raise the roof for the Red Men at the Baltic Market. It’s a standing and seating event (half and half in the room) on a first-come, first-served basis, and they invite you to ‘come spend the day in our HUGE beer hall, celebrating with other fans, singing at the top of your lungs and then dancing to boss live bands’.
There are food and drink offers on and it’s £15.65 (including booking fee) and doors open at 3pm.
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See the game in style and get your table booked at the city centre hotel premium bar. You can enjoy a burger and a pint – or a Prosecco – for £15 to watch Liverpool face Chelsea. Sit back and relax(?) for 90 nail-biting minutes and look forward to – fingers crossed – a celebratory drink on the final whistle.
Email Sam Dewey at [email protected] or call 0151 708 4200 to book.
There are no bookings needed to watch the game at the Concert Square sports bar but they do reckon you should get there early to be sure of a space. The German bar will be showing footie live as always, and you can grab a great beer or one of their fab cocktail steins while you catch the action.
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Can Liverpool beat Chelsea to clinch their second trophy of the season? You can find out at the Concert Square bar which will be showing the action live with ‘good food’ and ‘great pints’. “What more could you want?” they ask. It’s walk-ins only so you know the drill by now – get there early.
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And, again, Legends in Mathew Street will be showing the match so you can share in the action with other Reds’ fans, but get there with time to spare because it’s walk-ins only.
The Cains Brewery Village bar is showing the FA Cup Final inside and in the courtyard, and there are still tickets to be had for just a tenner. They’ve got two of the biggest screens in Liverpool – and more than 18 screens around the venue showing all the action of the game ‘everyone’s waiting for’, plus a full evening of live music and DJ sets after.
Roxy is showing the game live on Saturday at its Rainford Square venue and all seats and tables are walk-in, although you can book gaming in advance online. There’ll be drinks packages to buy on the day so you can raise a glass to LFC and cheer them on to a win. Come on you Reds!
Head to the Roxy Ball Room website to book your gaming
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