Has it really been 4 years since the last World Cup?

This year’s FIFA World Cup will be held in Russia. However, just because you’re not there doesn’t mean you can’t join in on the action.

Fortunately, as with every World Cup season, there are many places screening the matches live.

We’ve come up with a list of such places for you to catch all the action while being surrounded by other soccer fans.

1. 1- Altitude

1-Altitude is the world’s highest alfresco bar and one of the best rooftop bars in Singapore offering 360 degree views of the city.

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For the first time ever, 1-Altitude will be screening the World Cup, thanks to the favourable match timings.

Do check their Facebook page for more updates.

1-Altitude
Address: 1 Raffles Place (Former OUB Centre), Singapore 048616
Opening Hours: Sun – Tue: 6pm – 2am, Wed, Fri – Sat: 6pm – 4am, Thu: 6pm – 3am
Contact no.: 6438 0410
Website

2. Bar Bar Black Sheep

Bar Bar Black Sheep serves up authentic Thai, Western, and North Indian Cuisine as well as affordable drinks in a comfortable open-air dining environment.

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The best part? They provide full table service with no service charge or tax added to your bill.

They will be screening all World Cup matches this year at their Cluny Court outlet as well as their upcoming outlet near Clementi.

Bar Bar Black Sheep
Address: 501 Bukit Timah Road, #01-05C Cluny Court, Singapore 259760
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm, Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 1am, Sat: 12pm – 1am, Sun: 12pm – 11pm
Contact no.: 6763 4757
Website

3. Brewerkz

Brewerkz claims the title of Singapore’s first microbrewery restaurant. Serving up award-winning beer and food, they won Best Restaurant in the 2017 edition of Wine & Dine Restaurant guide.

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On top of regular screenings of sports matches, they were one of the first few places to publicly screen the World Cup previously and will continue to do so this year. You can check their weekly schedules here.

Brewerkz
Address: Find your nearest outlet here
Website

4. SAFRA

SAFRA previously screened World Cup matches at all four of its clubs back during the 2014 World Cup.

This year they will be screening the World Cup at all their clubs and SAFRA members will be able to receive a ‘fun pack’ and enjoy exclusive premier members seating.

Keep checking their Facebook page for more updates.

SAFRA
Address: Find your nearest outlet here
Website

5. Hollandse Club

Hidden away in the lush greenery of Bukit Timah is Hollandse Club.

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The club provides a family centric, relaxed environment for their international members.

On top of their exquisitely designed open dining spaces and modern sports and relaxation facilities, they also hold numerous events for their members, as well as live sports screenings.

This year, they will also be screening the World Cup matches. Do check their event calendar for updates.

Hollandse Club
Address: 22 Camden Park, Singapore 299814
Opening Hours: Daily: 7am – 11pm
Contact no.: 6464 5225
Website

6. McDonald’s

Singapore’s favourite 24-hour fast food franchise is screening the World Cup matches in 22 of its outlets across the island!

Soccer and fast food? Sounds like a great night already. Time to gather the soccer buddies and head to the Land of the Golden Arches.

While the 22 outlets have not been revealed, stay tuned to their Facebook page for more updates.

McDonald’s
Address: Find your nearest outlet here
Website

7. Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub

Muddy Murphy’s has confirmed that they will be screening the World Cup matches.

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This comes as no surprise considering that they did screen the FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifier matches back in October 2017.

Do keep checking their Facebook page for their weekly live sports screening schedules.

Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub
Address: 442 Orchard Road, #01-02 – 05 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu: 11am – 1am, Fri – Sat: 11am – 2am
Contact no.: 6735 0400
Website

8. OCBC Square @ The Sports Hub

Following a strong turnout back in 2014, the Sports Hub will be screening the World Cup once again on a 66 square metre LED screen at the OCBC Square.

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However, the matches to be screened have not been confirmed as of now.

Keep checking their Facebook page for more updates.

The Sports Hub
Address: Stadium Boulevard, Kallang, Singapore 271003
Opening Hours: Daily: 7am – 10pm
Contact no.: 6653 8900
Website

9. Prince Of Wales Backpacker Pub

As one of the restaurants part of the Muddy Murphy’s Holdings, Prince Of Wales Backpacker Pub will also be screening World Cup 2018 matches at their outlets.

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They also serve up affordable food and cheap drinks. Watching the World Cup doesn’t mean you have to go hungry.

Check their Facebook page for weekly updates on their live sports screenings.

Prince Of Wales Backpacker Pub
Address: 51 Boat Quay, Singapore 049840
Opening Hours: Sun – Tue: 5pm – 1am, Wed – Sat: 5pm – 3am
Contact no.: 6557 2498
Website

Address: 101 Dunlop Street, Singapore 209420
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 5pm – 1am, Fri – Sat: 3pm – 2am, Sun: 3pm – 1am
Contact no.: 6299 0130

10. The Penny Black

The Penny Black serves up hearty London pub meals as well as a mix of local and Western food on offer from 3pm.

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They will be screening the World Cup matches. Keep checking their Facebook page for their weekly updates on their live sports screenings.

The Penny Black
Address: 26/27 Boat Quay, Singapore 049817
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 11.30am – 1am, Fri – Sat: 11.30am – 2am, Sun: 11.30am – 12am
Contact no.: 6538 2300
Website

11. Harry’s Bar

Since their establishment in 1992, Harry’s has grown to become Singapore’s most well-established bar and restaurant chain, with outlets located at key business districts and suburban areas.

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They will be screening most of the live matches at all their outlets. Be sure to look out for their upcoming World Cup schedule on their Facebook Page.

Harry’s Bar
Address: Find your nearest outlet here
Website

12. Changi Airport

Yes, you read that right. Changi Airport has announced that they will be screening selected matches from 14 June to 15 July 2018!

That’s not all, you can join in the quizzes and games. Predict the winning team for the first live match on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and stand to win Changi Gift Cards worth up to $5,000!

You can check out the Changi Airport World Cup screening schedule here.

Changi Airport
Venue: Terminal 3, Departure Hall North, Public Area (Near Skytrain To T1)
Website

13. All Community Clubs

Singaporeans will be able to watch the live FIFA World Cup matches for FREE at 55 community clubs islandwide!

The People’s Association will be screening all 64 matches and the opening match on 14 June will be shown at Our Tampines Hub as well as 40 other community clubs.

Click here for a list of participating community clubs.

Keep checking back on the PAFrenz Facebook page for detailed schedules of the match screenings.

14. CÉ LA VI

Singapore’s iconic rooftop bar, CÉ LA VI will also be screening live FIFA World Cup matches from 14 June to 15 July 2018!

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Watch all 64 matches on a 65-inch television at the outdoors members’ area with an entry fee of $20 until 9pm. There will also be a cover charge of $28 on Wednesdays for gentlemen, as well as on Fridays and Saturdays from 10pm.

Fans who come clad in their favourite team’s jersey will receive free entry all day and night, forgoing the $20 entry fee and $28 cover charge.

Opening hours will be extended during the FIFA World Cup to accomodate the 2am and 3am matches from Sunday to Tuesday and Thursday nights.

Guests can request for a table with viewing access to the matches during booking.

Reserve a table here now.

CÉ LA VI
Address: Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018971
Opening Hours: Mon – Tue: 12pm – 2am, Wed & Fri: 12pm – 4am, Thu: 12pm – 3am, Sat: 11am – 4am, Sun: 11am – 2am
Contact no.: 6508 2188
Website

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