Where to watch the World Cup in Manchester
The 2018 Fifa World Cup starts this Thursday 14th June in Russia, and for those not able to make it over , The Mitre will be showing all World Cup matches live.
The FIFA World Cup was first held in 1930, when FIFA president Jules Rimet decided to stage an international football tournament. The inaugural edition was contested as a final tournament of only thirteen teams invited by the organisation, it has been awarded every four years since except in 1942 and 1946 when it was not held because of WW2. The current champion is GERMANY, which won its fourth title in 2014 when the World cup was hosted by Brazil.
Watch the World Cup in Manchester City Centre
If you’re looking for somewhere in Manchester City Centre to watch the World Cup, The Mitre is a great spot. Situated close to the Arndale and the Printworks, we’re right in the centre of the city.
We have some great Food and Drink offers in place so why not get down early and grab a bite to eat before the main event. Our restaurant serves traditional pub meals between 12pm and 8pm, and we even serve kids meals if you’re bringing the little ones along to watch the Match.
We’ve also got a great selection of drinks available in our bar, including a selection of cocktails and beers, Happy Hour is 4-6pm Monday to Thursday.
If you’re stuck for somewhere to watch the World Cup in Manchester City Centre , head down to the Mitre for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We hope to see you soon!