Where you can watch the Women’s World Cup Final

Keen to catch England play Spain in the final on Sunday? Here’s where to go

Credit: Big Penny Social

The Dog & Duck, 222 Chingford Rd, E17 5AL

This charming, brick-walled Walthamstow tavern will be showing the final across four screens, with three inside and one in the garden. Doors open at 10.30am and fans are promised a free shot of the manager’s choice if England reign supreme.

Hungry after the game? Try their delicious Sunday roasts menu. You can get a roast topside of beef with rosemary roast potatoes, buttered carrots, fine beans, savoy cabbage, and yorkies for just £17.

The Bell Walthamstow, 617 Forest Rd, London E17 4NE

The Bell, known for their sports offerings as much as their delicious craft menu, are opening up early to show the World Cup Final on their 14 screens. Be quick though because the pub is almost entirely fully booked.

To celebrate the footballing event, The Bell is running a Lionesses’ Brunch, where for £30 per person, you can snag two hours of bottomless drinks, feast on hearty brunches, all while cheering on England as they battle for the Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

The menu includes jackfruit or smashed avo crumpets, the ‘melt burger’, sweet-a-bisc waffles, and mex-melt quesadilla among a load of other delicious stuff.

Get down there this Sunday to see it for yourself! Book a spot here.

Big Penny Social 1 Priestley Way, London E17 6AL

You can catch the 11am match on a 16ft wide screen while enjoying a spot of breakfast from their newly-introduced brunch menu to calm the pre-game nerves with hearty options including a full English, avocado, and poached eggs on sourdough toast or American-style pancakes, alongside coffee from Extract Coffee Roasters or a menu of drinks including a tangy Bloody Mary. 

You can book a spot here.

Big Penny have also transformed a section of their venue into Walthamstow-On-Sea, a quintessential beach pop-up, offering the chance to indulge in a flake 99 and relax in a classic deck chair.

Red Lion, 640 High Rd Leytonstone, Bushwood, E11 3AA

You’ll be able to roar the Lionesses’ to success on Sunday at this Leytonstone pub. The Red Lion has a garden, and two screens inside where you can watch the match unfold in all of its heart-stopping glory. The kitchen is opening up early to serve hungry fans, and on the menu are chicken wings, quesadillas, burgers, and bangers & mash. You can also get a pint of Bold Session on draft for £3.50.

Signature Brew, Unit 15, Blackhorse Ln, London E17 5QJ

Signature Brew promises two of the biggest and best screens in Walthamstow to watch the World Cup on. An outdoor LED screen measuring 4 metres by 2 metres and an indoor projected screen will .

Sat outside? Get your pints and craft beers from a parked Jeep with tabs and kegs inside the car. Watching inside? Upstairs restaurant 7bone will be serving their delicious thick cut brioche sandos, chicken wings, luscious dry aged beef burgers, and chicken tenders as well as a rich vegan menu for herbivores. Signature Bew is teaming up with Baller FC London for the ultimate viewing party of the Women’s World Cup final between England and Spain and for the final Baller FC will be releasing free tickets at 8pm on Wednesday 16th August.

Get your free viewing tickets here. If you miss out on a ticket, don’t fret, there will be limited walk in tickets available on the door from 10am.