Where to Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Hong Kong

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Dockyard at The Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong

Head to Dockyard at The Kerry Hotel and enjoy all the games live from Russia, along with a great selection of menu options and award-winning beers. As well as showing all the action throughout the tournament, (whether the games are on at 11pm or 3am!). Dockyard will also be offering free-flow Carlsberg for just $150 per person throughout the final on 15 July. For more information, contact Dockyard at or call 2252 5228.

Dockyard, L1 The Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong,

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The Globe

Sure to be a mainstay for football fans throughout the competition, British-style pub, The Globe will be showing all games throughout the World Cup this year. And that’s not all, make sure to head there early and make use of its epic happy hour! Running from 9am to 8pm daily, the deal includes everything from local craft beers, international brews and more, with prices starting a around $50 for a pint.

The Globe, Garley Building. 45-53 Graham Street, Central, Hong Kong,

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Located right in the middle of Wan Chai, Trafalgar is a sure fire destination to catch all the action from the games. Showing all matches on its multiple TV’s and two 120-inch outdoor projectors, head here to enjoy the lively atmosphere, drinks and classic pub grub. Never miss a game with Trafalgar’s handy match guide (found its Facebook page), featuring all dates, times and teams.

Trafalgar, 5/F, The Broadway, 54-62 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong,

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Ciao Chow

Ciao Chow is another great option for catching every single game of the World Cup. With its three flat screens and two maxi projectors, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of the action, no matter how busy LKF is! And for those late-night games, the restaurant will be serving up made-to-order pizzas all night long, along with a special free-flow drinks package for the finals on 15 July for $398 a person, including wine, beer and champagne. Call 2344 0005 or email for advance bookings!

Ciao Chow, G/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong,

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Slide On 79

If you’re out and about on Wyndham Street, head to Slide On 79 for the live action from Russia throughout the competition. With all games being shown on its big screens, and happy hour from 3pm to 8pm, daily, it’s an easy choice for football fans. Happy hour features buy one get one free drinks, with the likes of  classic cocktails, beer, prosecco, wine and spirits included in the deal, along with the chef’s choice of free bar bites.

Slide on 79, Upper Basement, Harilela House, 79 Wyndham Street, (Entrance from Pottinger Street), Central, Hong Kong,

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G.i.G. at Ovolo Southside

Throughout the World Cup, Ovolo Southside will be celebrating with a makeshift Pilsner Beer Garden, along with a constant flow of Aperol Spritz in its G.i.G space on the ground floor of the hotel. Each match that takes place before midnight will be played live on three big screens, so avid football fans will be able to kick back in a comfortable setting and get an unobstructed view of their favourite teams. The space will also feature a foosball table for guests to enjoy during half-time, as well as two hours of free-flow for $250, or three hours for $350. 

G.i.G. at Ovolo Southside, G/F, 64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Southside, Hong Kong,

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Forbes 36

The Kennedy Town sports bar is another top spot to catch every single game of the FIFA World Cup. Round up a group of friends and take advantage of the great deals on offer, including menu items including the likes of 12 Hour Slow Cooked Barbecue Ribs, Quesadillas, Mac n Cheese! Call 2813 5335 for more info.

Forbes 36, G/F 36 Forbes Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong,

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De Belgie

Found bang in the middle of SoHo, De Belgie is sure to be buzzing throughout the World Cup. Showing all games and offering free-flow deals throughout the tournament, enjoy free-flow drinks and snacks for three-hours for $380 (during group stage), or $480 (during the knockouts). See more info on the promotion here, and the game schedule here! Call 2869 8388 to book your spot.

De Belgie, 21 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong,

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Want to host your own private party for an unmissable game? Book in with Spasso in TST and let them organise it for you! The restaurant will be showing select matches throughout the competition, and is also offering special packages for groups and overnight match parties. Contact for more info.

Spasso, 68 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong,

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The SoHo pub is known for showing live sports year round, so it comes as no surprise that McSorleys will be showing every game of the competiton live on its big screens. Head here and take in all the action with a drink in hand, with draught beers starting at $50 during happy hour.

McSorleys , G/F, 46 Staunton Street, SoHo, Hong Kong,

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London House

Bringing a touch of the UK to TST, Gordons Ramsay’s London House is another hot spot for World Cup viewing this summer. Along with broadcasting the matches, the British resto will be bringing diners an extra special World Cup Burger Menu. With the likes of England, South Korea, Spain and Portugal on the global line-up, order yours and show your support for your team!

London House, G5 & UG15, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong,

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Cali-Mex Bar & Grill

All Cali-Mex Bar & Grill locations (except Super Park and Sai Wan Ho) will be showing World Cup matches until 2am, with the LKF Flagship, Tsim Sha Tsui, Sai Ying Pun, Kennedy Town and Stanley branches all showing all games throughout the tournament! The restaurant has also designed special nachos creations based on 10 countries competing, and with every order of nachos, customers can enjoy a bottled Budweiser for only $20. There will also be drinks packages available, with a buy-five-get-one free bottled beers for $238, and buy six-get-two-free for $288. Email for reservations

Cali-Mex Bar & Grill, multiple locations across Hong Kong,

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