The final group game for both England and Wales will kick off tonight (Tuesday, November 29) at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Doha taking place at 7pm, UK time.
Around 10,000 British fans began drinking early this morning ahead of the game in the Gulf state, while Barrio Bars are promising 1,966 free pints during England’s knockout stages.
But if you’re still looking for a spot we’ve rounded up seven places in London you can watch tonight’s match.
Chain chicken restaurant and brunch spot, Wingmans, is showing England vs Wales at its Kilburn, Shoreditch and Soho branches.
Reserve a spot tonight from 6pm and if you’re heading to Soho, select an ‘England V Wales’ time slot on Resy to guarantee a table with a view of a screen.
Enjoy treats including chicken wings, burgers and truffle mac and cheese while you watch.
For more information, visit www.wingmans.co.uk
The Durell Arms
SW6 pub The Durell Arms is also screening the game, with walks in only welcome.
The Fulham Road venue is inviting football fans to cheer on their home nations at the “best spot to watch all the live action from Qatar”.
Pub goers can see the games on all screens, with food offerings including nachos and steak.
Find out more at https://www.durellarmsfulham.com/
South Londoners can enjoy all the World Cup action including England vs Wales at Brixton Village.
The venue is showing every 3pm, 4pm, 7pm and weekend game on a big screen in the courtyard.
While tonight’s match coincides with Treat Week - with 50% off food at participating restaurants including Jalisco, Honest Burger and Franca Manca.
Find out more at https://brixtonvillage.com/
With big screens, DJs, bars and street food on offer, Boxpark Shoreditch is another great option for amazing atmosphere.
18+ England fans only can purchase a £20 ticket and enter from 3pm.
Last entry is 90 minutes before the match, so don’t be late.
For more information and to book tickets, visit https://www.boxpark.co.uk/
Sports Bar & Grill - Marylebone
The self-described “best place to watch a game in Marylebone” with “more sports screens than you can handle” and a “quality menu”.
Football aficionados are invited down to Sports Bar & Grill - Marylebone for the full England vs Wales experience.
Posting on Facebook, the pub said: “This is going to be a very close call! We’re well stocked to bring it home.”
For more details, go to https://www.sportsbarandgrill.co.uk/marylebone
You’d better be quick if you’re keen to get down to Hackney Bridge. The canalside food court has just a handful of table tickets left for the match.
Screened in the dedicated Soccer Lounge, the event features a high-spec screen and plenty of seating.
While seafood, curry and pizza are just some of the grub on offer.
For more information, head over to https://hackneybridge.org/
The Drayton Court Hotel, Ealing
This Fullers pub in west London is showing nearly all the World Cup matches with a food menu boasting pizzas, tacos and dirty fries.
And the venue promises no need to “worry about missing a single moment to get a drink as there is always a viewable screen from any one of our bars!”
Where will you be watching the FIFA World Cup 2022 England vs Wales match?