The biggest game in club football is upon us again as the German giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund take each other on for Europe's grand prize at Wembley Unless you’re Alan Sugar or Piers Morgan, you don’t have a 3,000” plasma screen in your living room so the benefits of getting down a local with some chums lies in the big screens, the surround sound and the flowing pints; only idiots and Jose Mourinho will be stuck at home drinking warm cans of Skol by themselves on come Saturday evening.
But it’s not just about finding a pub close by is it? You need to know how many screens the pub has, how late it’s open, whether it has HD or 3D, don’t you? Well, you can find out all of this information by clicking on either the title or the photo of any pubs you view on the next page; you can also read descriptions and see how other MatchPint users have rated it.
If you’re new to MatchPint, the formula is very straightforward. You can go to our homepage for an overview of all sorts of live sports on TV; from the Champions League and the Premiership to La Liga. You can also find rugby pubs, places to watch live T20 World Cup cricket on TV, the best pubs for football and pubs showing darts amongst many others.
Finally, if you’ve got an iPhone, you can get all of this information on the run by downloading MatchPint’s free app. MatchPint lists over 350 in and around London and a total of over 1100 pubs across the UK. This number is always growing so please visit us next time you’re stuck for where to watch the game. In the meantime, good luck finding a pub for all the crucial Champions League group matches!