25th May 2017
With the Champions League final just around the corner, it’s time to plan where to see the game if you haven’t got tickets. This year, the Champions League final is kicking off on Saturday, 3rd of June in the beautiful capital of Wales: Cardiff. Real Madrid and Juventus will go head-to-head at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff to get their hands on football’s most prestigious prize. But, only fans with tickets will be able to get near the stadium. For football fans that weren’t lucky enough to get tickets, we have made a list of places in Cardiff where you can watch the final.
There will be no official fanzones where people can watch the game live, however the entire city will be awash with excitement.
Pubs where you can watch the game:
9-10 Westage St, Cardiff CF10 1DD
Extremely close to the stadium, this comfortable modern pub has plenty of screens to enjoy live sports. And, with fine Ales and lagers you won’t be disappointed.
81-83- t Mary St, CF10 1FA
The Prince of Wales has lots of seating and a 20ft (6 metre) screen suspended from the ceiling, so you’ll definitely catch the action.
65-74 St. Marys Street, CF10 1FA
In the totally refurbished venue, the popular city centre bar will be showing the game on their massive screen, as well as over 30 other screens! There are also areas for group bookings available.
10 St John’s Street, CF10 1GL
Just 200m from the Principality Stadium, the Owain has earned a reputation as a great place to eat, drink and watch matches.
Elevens Bar and Grill
15 Castle Street, CF10 1BS
Owned by Gareth Bale, Elevens is a premium sports bar in the heart of Cardiff. And whether it’s the big game, tournament, or race, you know it’s going to be shown there.
Y Mochyn Du
Sophia Close, CF11 HW
A traditional Welsh pub just minutes away from the Stadium. It serves traditional Welsh beers and food.
Depot Fan Hub
22 Dumballs Road, CF10 5FE
Great atmosphere, big screens and plenty of seating, DEPOT fan Hub is a great choice. And, with five fabulous street food traders keeping you filled throughout the day, you won’t regret coming here.
1-5 Mackintosh Place Roath, CF24 4RJ
If don’t mind going a bit further away from the city centre, the ‘George’ can be a winning bet. There is something for everybody there. And importantly, you can watch the final on their HD Big Screens!
Mundy Place Cathays, CF24 4BZ
With 6 plasma screens and one large projector, the Mackintosh is one of the best pubs to watch sport in Cathays, outside the city centre.
There will also be a lot going on in Cardiff Bay. From the 1st – 4th June 2017, Cardiff will play host to the UEFA Champions Festival, offering a range of exciting games and entertainment. So, if you’re looking for something fun to do in Cardiff, there is plenty to choose from.
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