14 places to watch LFC’s Champions League Final this Saturday in Liverpool
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LFC’s Champions League Final clash against Real Madrid takes place on Saturday 28 May at 8pm
You might not be able to jet over to Paris to see the UEFA Champions League Final this Saturday, but there are plenty of places across the city where you can watch the match and enjoy the atmosphere.
From the M&S Bank Arena to pubs and beer gardens, and more, fans will be cheering on the Reds as they battle for victory against Real Madrid.
Kick off is at 8pm – so if you want to be in the thick of the action, here are 14 places you need to be…
With the treble still in Liverpool’s grasp, River North on Berry Street will be showing the Champions League Final on large screens in the bar – and in its newly refurbished garden area!
No booking is needed with tables allocated on a first-come, first-served basis – so get there early.
There’ll be offers on cocktails – 2 cocktails for £14 – and more to help you enjoy the game.
And they’re off! Join Aintree for the big game as it’s shown live on their big screen in the Red Rum Garden. There’ll be food and bar outlets open on the day, and tickets are £10 per person (adults and children).
Gates open at 6pm ahead of 8pm KO, and doors close at 10.30pm. The event is standing only.
Bombed Out Church – Garden area
You won’t be able to get inside the Bombed Out Church as tickets for that have all sold out, but you can still get tickets in the garden area. They’re £23 plus booking fee for the 18+ event but, be warned, this final release is selling fast!
Gardens open at 4pm until 11pm (last entry is 6pm).
Camp and Furnace
You’re guaranteed a great atmosphere in this Baltic favourite, with its huge screen, full bar, and the chance of a great singsong! It’s fully standing for over 18s only, and tickets are £22.
Doors are open 5.30pm until 11pm, and last entry is 7pm.
Punch Tarmey’s is showing the Champion’s League Final on two of the biggest screens in the city, inside and outside the courtyard.
Doors open at 6pm and there’ll be live music, DJ sets and the showing of The Spirit of Istanbul before the match. Tickets are £20.
Einstein Bier Haus
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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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? It’s walk-ins only so you know the drill – get there early.
There are limited tables remaining at Red Door in Berry Street with tickets at £30 per head, redeemable at the bar. There’s a beer package available for £25 (12 beers – Budweiser and Corona), or a Bottomless package for £35 including unlimited cocktails and pizza (Ts&Cs apply).
But don’t worry if you don’t get a table, there’ll be walk-ins on the day too and standing room available at the bar.
The action continues after the game with a post-match DJ – and the Eden Terrace will be open as normal with entertainment from 8-10pm for those who don’t want to watch the footie.
Hilton Liverpool City Centre
See the game in style. Hilton will be opening its fab Grace Suite with multiple big screens to make sure you get a great view of the game. It’s £20 per person and includes a half-time buffet.
Doors open from 5.30pm and you can book your place by emailing the team on LPLHI_events@hilton.com
PINS Social Club
You can ‘paint the town Red’ with the chance to watch the game on all floors of the Duke Street venue, including the roof! Tickets are £12.50 and the action starts at 5pm. There’s a live band before the game at 6pm, as well as a post-match DJ, dancers and performers.
All tables indoors are sold out so tickets are now for standing only, and the roof will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The city centre bar is showing the match across all three floors with full commentary. It’s walk-ins only, so fans are encouraged to arrive early to secure a seat as they reckon they’ll be rammed.
Dirty O’Sheas will be open from 12pm – 4am – and, as always, they’ll be giving a free shot to everyone every time Liverpool scores!
Get ready for ‘Spectrum Presents Champions League Final Fever’ at Liberte this Saturday when the rooftop bar will be transformed into an outdoor party to celebrate the match.
The event will feature a huge screen to watch the game, and there’ll be pre and post-match music from Kieran Gilfoyle, Danny Black and Andy Mac. The event will run from 3pm to 10pm and there’s a final few tickets at £40 plus bf.
The Bus Yard
The Bus Yard in Cains Brewery Village is hosting an all-day street party to celebrate the Champions League final with the match being shown on a huge screen, with DJs and food and drink available throughout the day.
There will also be pre and post-match parties and live music.
General tickets are sold out – but you can still book the VIP Cabana area for 15, which is £1,100.25 (including bf) and includes 4 bottles of house spirits and unlimited mixers, 48 bottles of beer, plus food – 15 mains and 15 sides. The event’s open from 4pm-1am.
Meraki is hosting a screening with two rooms with screens to watch the game, as well as a huge video wall in the beer garden.
The event is from 6pm – 12pm, with last entry at 7.30pm. Last few tickets are £22.25 (inc bf) with football and after-party tickets at £33.25.