Where to watch LIVE Liverpool matches in the city

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Everyone loves supporting their favourite team, and Liverpool is most definitely a famous football loving city in that regard.

Over the years, boss Jurgen Klopp has brought magical moments to the field.

From the 2019 UEFA Champions League triumph in Madrid, the club’s sixth European Cup, to winning the 2020 Premier League title the following year, and, their first in 30 years.

And last year, Liverpool went for the quadruple right to the last second, but were still able to win the domestic double of the League Cup and FA Cup, ending a long drought for both trophies.

In doing so making the club and its supporters proud with such achievements.

History makers

What we are witnessing is a history making side with the likes of Alisson between the sticks, Trent Alexander Arnold and Virgil van Dijk, and the likes of Mohamed Salah and Bobby Firmino bringing trophies back to Anfield.

There is even the excitement of new additions, Luis Díaz, Darwin Núñez and Cody Gakpo, who have been a joy to watch as they settle into their new surroundings.

This season, may not have been as successful as the last, but what we are seeing is transition on and off the field.

And right now, the team needs cheering on as the season enters its climax.

Liverpool are chasing down the fourth and final Champions League spot. So, every game counts.

And of course, next season, everything resets which gives every Liverpool fan hope and optimism that more trophies could be on the way.

Where are the best places to watch Liverpool live?

Maybe you’re having a relaxing meal with the missus and want to catch the footy at the same time (nothing wrong with that!)

Or it’s just for a few drinks and a catch up the lads, whilst enjoying a game of pool.

Whatever the occasion, here are a selection of hotspots that might take your fancy.

Einstein Bier Haus

This is a great one to start with.

Located on Concert Square, Einstein Bier Haus is a Bavarian inspired restaurant-bar with two floors and around 30 large screens to watch the action.

It serves sandwiches, wraps, burgers, cocktails and even your favourite Sunday roast.

Brookhouse Pub

This is a typical British pub located in Wavertree, just east of the town centre.

A very comfortable and modern setting, Brookhouse offers plenty of screens to watch live sport.

Meanwhile, the all-important food menu boasts burgers, gammon, steak, pies and all your favourite pub classics.

There is also a cool student discount by signing up to UniCrew, offering some deals of 10% off drinks and 20% off food.

Not too shabby.


This is one of the most popular places in Liverpool to watch live football.

McCooley’s is an Irish restaurant-bar, interestingly, with two locations in the city.

One is also located on Concert Square, and the other is on Matthew Street.


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They have big screens on two floors to catch the footy, as well as pool and shuffleboard.

The food prices are fantastic, with Irish sausages and mash for just £9, as well as loaded potato skins for a fiver, and desserts such as sticky toffee pudding for the same price.



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Dough Bar

Now this might well be the kind of trendy place to take your partner.

Dough Bar has pizzas, just like the name suggests, as well as pasta, burgers, and curly fries.

It’s food heaven essentially.

As well as HD TVs to see Liverpool pull off the victory.

Hope and Anchor

If you’re thinking of taking the family, or your other half to watch the football and enjoy a nice meal, then Hope and Anchor provides a nice ambience.

Located in the Hope Street Quarter, it is said to be one of the city’s best craft beer spots.

Whilst it is also within walking distance of the city centre.

They have tacos, halloumi, pizza, burgers, and bottomless brunch.

Student discount with UniCrew is also offered, making this a sound option.

Dockleaf Bar

This is a new suave place to kick back with a beer, enjoy some tasty food and watch the game.

In the Baltic Triangle, Dockleaf Bar has three floors and a terrace making it another nice option to watch the action.

They have hearty food such as Sunday roasts, to fascinating fancy cocktails.


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The John Brodie

Owned by the same company as Brookhouse and Hope and Anchor, The John Brodie again is a nice big pub with plenty of screens to catch Klopp’s men at Anfield or on their travels.

Good priced food, student discount, and a nice modern setting with pool tables.

It is located in Mossley Hill just south of the town centre.

Family friendly and allows dogs, making it a good all-rounder.

The George Crosby

Another well sized pub on Moore Lane, the George Crosby offers good food at affordable prices, and plenty of HD screens to see Salah, van Dijk and co in action.

Open everyday 10am to 9pm, with Sunday roasts and ordering via the app, what could be better.

Harrison’s Bar and Kitchen

Located on Victoria Street, not far from the city’s famous Matthew Street, this is another quaint spot for foodies and football fans.

Harrison’s has burgers, spaghetti, fish and chips, and all-day breakfast at good prices.

With an array of HD screens, it is ideal for watching football whilst relaxing with friends, family or your partner all at the same time.

The William Gladstone

Cavern Quarter’s William Gladstone, named after our former Prime Minister is the final pub on our list.

Offers good food, and a big space, with plenty of tables and screens to watch Liverpool and all your favourite heroes.

And all in all, Liverpool is a city rich in culture and tradition, and birthplace of The Beetles, so wherever you go, it will be an experience.

Just be sure to tick them off list, enjoy the moment and make memories just like Klopp and his team have so often done.

James Spencer

My name is James and I have supported Liverpool since I was 6 years old. My favourite players growing up were Steven Gerrard and Sami Hyypia. My most memorable match would be the UEFA Cup Final win over Deportivo Alaves that finished 5-4 to Liverpool! I am studying journalism in Manchester although I am a Liverpool fan through and through.

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