With time zones 8-10 hours earlier, some pubs and venues will open early to start the morning. A total of 32 teams participate and England’s Group D matches kick off on Saturday 22 July at 10:30am with England vs Haiti, followed by England vs Denmark at 9:30am on Friday. July 28 and China vs England at 12 noon on Tuesday 1 August.
We put together locations in North London where you can cheer for the Lions.
ice bar Shoreditch Avenue.
East London sports bar will open in time for all FIFA Women’s World Cup matches. And when the final whistle blows, hungry fans can order burgers, Korean fried chicken, french fries or play darts or ping pong.
Long arm Worship Street, East London
Another dedicated sports bar is hosting a sports summer and plans to serve a football breakfast to fans to cheer on the Lions to victory.
Belushis Camden Avenue.
The entire chain is celebrating the World Cup with projectors and HD screens, and in London fans can pre-order a case of five bottles for £25.
Sports bar and barbecue Marylebone
The Melcombe Place venue rarely hosts National team celebrations and even hosts a Lioness Bottomless Brunch and specialty cocktail, The Lioness that blends Hendrick’s Gin with the Fever Tree Elderflower tonic.
Collective of Baller friends at the Signature Brew Tap room
Baller FC is partnering with Haggerston brewery to host a Football Festival to celebrate the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Starting from July 20th until the final on August 20th, they will Live streaming of Lionesses and select games on Signature’s big screen and bring party vibes with music, beer, street food, art and side events in an intimate open space friendly, inclusive , designed for women’s soccer fans ‘where we can all watch sport without prejudice’.
Breakfast Cereals Weetabix has partnered with food and entertainment venue Wembley Park to create a regional fan experience. They are setting up a breakfast bar to serve healthy and nutritious cereal bowls to Haitians and Denmark group game. The venue is showing lots of matches with DJs, soccer cages and challenge arenas, crafts and face painting for kids and of course giant screens to watch the matches.