Liverpool sports bars: best places to watch UEFA Champions League final 2022 - from Bierkeller to Shooters Bar

Liverpool FC face off against Spanish champions Real Madrid in the final of this year’s Champions League in Paris - but for those who can not make it to the French capital this weekend, here are all the best pubs and sports bars to watch the huge European clash unfold

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have booked themselves their third European final in five years - also the German’s fourth at the club.

This came after a late second-half fightback against Villarreal in the second leg of their semi-final secured their progression to Paris.

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On the agenda in the French capital’s Stade de France is reigning La Liga champions Real Madrid - who came from behind to knock out the Reds’ Premier League title rivals Manchester City in the last round.

With tickets for the event at a premium, many Liverpool fans will be watching the final on May 28 from the comfort of either their own homes, or a sports bar or pub in the city.

This begs the question - what are some of the best bars to watch this year’s UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid? Liverpool World has you covered.

Beer Engine

With numerous television screens, great bites to eat and drinks, as well as a pool table to boot - the Beer Engine bar on Hardman Street is a good venue to watch the Champions League final from.

Past customers have pointed out some of the best features of the bar being; how spacious it is, comfy seating, reasonable prices, and a good projector to watch the football.

Why not pay this sports bar a visit on matchday.

14-18 Hardman Street, L1 9AX

0151 709 7086

McCooley’s

This Irish sports and live music bar would be a great place with a booming atmosphere to watch the Reds lift a seventh Champions League title.

With two different establishments in the city - Concert Square and Mathew Street - there will be more than enough room to house nervous Liverpool fans on finals night.

Not only that, but with food and reasonably priced drinks to boot, McCooley’s would be a solid option to watch the game in 2022.

46-50 Wood Street, L1 4AQ (Concert Square)

12 Temple Street, L2 6PY (Mathew Street)

The Church

One of the closest sports bars to Anfield Stadium in the city, The Church would be a perfect option for Liverpool fans to come together and watch the action in Paris unfold.

Boasting a menu of great food including roasts, as well as big widescreen TVs and affordable drinks - why not visit The Church on Champions League final day.

148-152 Oakfield Road, Anfield, L4 0UF

0151 260 2165

Punch Tarmey’s

Often dubbed as Liverpool’s best Irish bar, Punch Tarmey’s has everything you need to create a great experience when watching the Reds play Real Madrid on 28 May.

With live music scheduled across each weekend to create an explosive and fun-filled atmosphere, as well as huge screens both inside and outside - this is a great bar in the heart of the city.

Owners advise anyone who wishes to attend to get in early to avoid any disappointment, as it is an immensely popular establishment.

31 Grafton Street, Cains Brewery Village, L8 5SD

Pins Social Club

Liverpool’s up-and-coming bar in Duke Street prides itself on truely revolutionising people’s nights out - so it might do that for your football viewing experience, too?

It even has a bowling alley where at half-time you and a few family and friends can hit strikes and just have pure fun together.

Drinks are not too expensive either, and if the mighty Reds are victorious, you can all head up to the roof and party the night away.

41-61 Duke Street, L1 5AP

Bierkeller

Enjoy this year’s Champions League final with a view of Liverpool’s beautiful and famous Albert Dock.

Boasting 65 inch LED TV screens, a projector and a large LED superscreen that will give Reds fans a picture perfect view of the scenes at the Stade de France on 28 May.

Booking beforehand is preferred - visit the official website for more information.

6-8 Thomas Steers Way, L1 8LW

Peppercat Sports Bar

Peppercat Sports - Liverpool’s newest hub for people to come and have a great time watching various sports - has a booming atmosphere to match the huge occasion that is this year’s UEFA Champions League final.

With 14 different LED televisions dotted around the building, the bar even offers table games such as beer pong that you could enjoy with friends and family during the half-time break on matchday.

Reasonable prices too, booking is preferred - visit the website for more information.

108 Bold Street, L1 4HY

Shooters Bar

With friendly staff, a fine selection of beers and other drinks to enjoy on matchday, Shooters Bar will welcome you with open arms to watch the mighty Reds’ European final in May.

Sit on one of the many benches that fill the hugely spacious three rooms whilst you watch the action on quality televisions.

Not too expensive on the whole either.

6 Thomas Steers Way, L1 8LW

0151 708 7354

Content

Content, Baltic Triangle. Image: Content

Over in the Baltic Triangle, Content are screening the event in their garden. It is a ticketed event with all proceeds will be going to The Florrie, and there are both sitting and standing options.

There’s food from Pizza Cake as well as live DJs, your favourite Liverpool anthems and all the coverage before kick-off at 8 pm.

Cains Brewery Village, Stanhope St, Liverpool L8 5XJ

0344 567 1170

Formby Hall

Though Formby Hall is not exactly a sports bar, the venue is hosting a huge screening of the big event in Paris this month.

Held in the Ambassador Suite at Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa, you can watch the action across two large screens - but if you fancy a nibble during the game, organsiers are holding a BBQ which will be served between 5 pm and 7:30 pm.

Tickets are currently priced at £20 per person (earlybird), drink packages can be purchased - all of which is available on a first come first serve basis.

Southport Old Road, Formby, Liverpool, L37 0AB

01704 875 699

St Luke’s Bombed Out Church

St Luke’s aka The Bombed Out Church. Photo: stock.adobe.com

Again, not a bar, but it is one of the most iconic buildings in Liverpool.

There are two separate areas where the big screens will be erected, both in the garden and inside the iconic structure though they are both open air.

St Lukes also have food on offer as well as some tunes blasting.

Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR

M&S Bank Arena

Due to unprecedented demand Liverpool, in association with BT Sport, is offering supporters the chance to come together to watch the UEFA Champions League final on a giant screen at the M&S Bank Arena.

The Reds have teamed up with the sports broadcaster and the venue to allow fans to enjoy the game from Paris, with more than 10,000 other LFC supporters.

King’s Dock, Port of Liverpool, 16 Monarchs Quay, Liverpool L3 4FP

0344 8000 400