The best team in the world? Apparently so if the FIFA Club World Cup is anything to go by. They've conquered England, they've conquered Europe, they've conquered the world. The hard part is sustaining that. But with the best coach in the world and the best talent on the pitch too, it's a truly mesmeric spectacle. All the more reason to get down to a pub and catch them with a beer in hand - you can find the best Liverpool pubs and bars to watch the action in right here. Finding pubs showing Liverpool games shouldn't be too hard, but if you want to find the best pubs screening Liverpool play and places in London where Scousers like to congregate on match day follow the tips below. With the help of our cracking pub finder you'll see the best spots showing Premier League footy live.
Pubs & Bars
Lucky's is an American Irish themed spot that delivers a great atmosphere on game days. 12 screens, 2 projectors and live music throughout the evening make this a firm fan favourite.
Guest ales, craft beer, brilliant bargains on food and all just two minutes walk from Liverpool central. The Crown is a fine place for any redmen looking to watch the game with some fellow disciples.
Flanagans Apple Restaurant
Irish bar located at the heart of Liverpool's bustling Mathew Street. 10 screens littering the pub, weekly match day specials on food and drinks and the Liver bird on the pub's emblem, it's safe to say this is a pretty exceptional place to go watch the game with some fellow reds.
Located slap bang in the middle of town, O'Neill's is a safe bet for any sporting occasion but always delivers a great experience when Liverpool are on the box. Don your red shirt and head down for a cracking evening whenever Klopp's boys are taking to the field.
The Liver Hotel is an exceptional community pub that offers something for everyone. Pool, darts, a fine selection of cask ales plus a fantastic beer garden make this a real favourite locally. Predictably the busiest days are when Liverpool are playing with a fine atmosphere guaranteed on matchdays.
This lovely old boozer is tucked away down in the student heartlands of John Moores University. As a result, it's a cracking place if you're after a cheap pint and great value pub grub. Naturally fills up whenever the Redmen are strutting their stuff on TV.
Jolly Miller (West Derby)
The Jolly Miller is the jolliest pub in Merseyside (so long as the Redmen are winning), boasting a buzzing atmosphere, particularly on those big European nights.
Sitting just off of Anfield Road itself, it's not hard to see why this is a favourite spot for Reds fans. With screens in every corner and speakers playing the all-important commentary, you can soak up all the matchday atmosphere even if you haven't managed to bag a ticket.