Trinity’s top 5 places to watch the World Cup this summer!

With the world cup now in full flow Trinity shares top tips on our favourite venues to watch the knockout stages all over the capital.

 

1. Last Days of Shoreditch – http://lastdaysofshoreditch.co.uk/

Located just a few minuets walk from Old Street station, Last Days of Shoreditch is an ideal venue to catch the rest of the knockout stages of this world cup. With a huge screen showing all the games this outdoor venue has great atmosphere, great beer AND a selection of different food vendors to choose from, you can’t miss out!

 

2.Pop Brixtonhttps://www.popbrixton.org/

Embedded in the heart of Brixton this metal container constructed venue has opened its doors to the world cup in great fashion. Opening up the notorious ‘Pop Box’ Pop Brixton provides a large space with lots of seating for their 8ft projection screen! As an added bonus Pop Brixton hosts a varied range of amazing food booths varying from classic fish and chips to traditional Vietnamese food.

 

3.Boxpark  https://www.boxpark.co.uk/

Found in both Croydon and Shoreditch, Boxpark is an ideal spot to catch the rest of the World Cup this summer. Both venues will feature supporting DJ’s playing before and after the game to encourage fans into the spirt (not that they’ll need it). Boxpark is known for its array of different food and drink vendors which no doubt will be cooking up a storm whilst the games are on!

 

4.Duke of Edinburghhttp://dukeofedinburghpub.com/ 

From the outside and even the inside you might be skeptical as to why we have chosen this venue, but all is revealed when you go into the back garden and holy moly you are in for a surprise. The garden is HUGE with a massive array of seating the Duke Of Edinburgh pulls no punches for the world cup. With a BBQ pitch side to the action and 3 large screens so you never miss a goal, make sure you head to the Duke of Edinburgh it will be live and kicking come kick off.

 

5.Clapham Grandhttps://claphamgrand.com/

Our last World Cup suggestion is a little unorthodox but we’ve already had a few surprises at this world cup so why not one more? The Clapham Grand a venue normally used for screening movies and live music has decided this summer that it would show the World Cup. Displaying a huge screen in almost pitch black the Clapham Grand will provide the ultimate viewing experience for any avid football fan.