With the game on the brink of exploding in the UK, there's never been a better time to dive head first into women's football. As such, we thought it was only right that we shared our considerable knowledge of London's pubs and let you in on the finest places to watch France 2019.
Read on for the six best pubs showing Women's World Cup this summer - special venues that are going above and beyond in their bid to put on the best fan experience for you. Dust off your kit, brace yourself for a beer shower and head down to one of these exceptional women's football pubs for a game.
Nordic Bar, Fitzrovia (click for more details)
No Women's World Cup would be complete without a strong Scandi contingent and the region is well represented by Norway and Sweden this summer.
Nordic Bar are going all out showing every game, offering daily drinks specials as well as live DJs kicking off as soon as the football finishes, every single match day. Don your horns, sort your plats out and head down for wild one whatever the result.
The place to go for football fans serious about their beer. Long Arm brew all their delicious pints on site and are well set for viewing options. Two huge drop down screens dominate either end of the bar whilst the middle section is serviced by a couple of crispy HD boys.
One of the classiest sports bars in London, Greenwood have clearly thought hard about doing things as well as they can.
On top of their standard brilliant viewing experience, (think epic drop-down screens and top end gastro grub) they're getting into the swing of things with themed food and drink offers for each nation and planning a massive party for the final.
The Old Red is an established favourite amongst the women's football community in London, serving as the social home to the legendary Goal Diggers FC side. Showing all games on a couple of hefty drop down projector screens, it always delivers a lively atmosphere.
There's even a secret garden, complete with outdoor TV in the off chance we're blessed with a balmy eve. Also worth noting, the pub dog, Rollo, might just be the very best boy in London - head over for a pint and a tummy rub.
No round-up of London footy bars would be complete without Bar Kick and their sister venue in Clerkenwell, Cafe Kick.
Tapas style small plates, bottled beers, retro decor and many Fussball tables ensure that Bar Kick attracts a European crowd and is a must visit during any major tournament. Their basement cinema area packs a special atmosphere whenever there's a big match on the cards.
The official viewing venue of London's Festival of Football, expect a cracking atmosphere for all Lionesses games. Fussball, table tennis and the odd free pint offer should keep you suitably entertained between games.
Not in London? Looking for great Women's World Cup pubs around the UK? We've got you covered on that front, simply follow the link.
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