Here’s where to watch the FIFA World Cup in Atlanta

Fado Irish Pub in Midtown. Courtesy of Fredrik Brauer
Fredrik Brauer

Get ready to celebrate! The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar will be played from Nov. 20 to Dec. 18, and if you’re looking for the best sports bars in Atlanta to watch the games, we’ve got you covered.

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We’ve compiled a list of our favorite spots around town to get wild with other soccer fans while watching what might be Messi and Ronaldo’s last World Cup. So grab your jersey, brush up on your chants, and head to one of these great places!

For the full FIFA World Cup 2022 schedule, CLICK HERE.

Brewhouse Cafe

If you’re looking for a place to catch a game — it’s showing all games daily — look no further than Brewhouse in Little 5 Points. With 27 large-screen TVs, spacious inside and covered outdoor seating, and a great menu, you’ll surely have a good time!

Location: East Atlanta - 401 Moreland Ave NE; Website:

El Tesoro

What started as a counter-service cantina has since expanded into a popular neighborhood gathering spot for soccer fans and foodies alike. Not only does this place have an expansive open-air patio complete with fire pits, but it’s also a hot spot for watching Atlanta United games!

Between the delicious food and the fun atmosphere, you’re going to want to stay all day.

Location: East Atlanta - 1374 Arkwright Pl SE; Website:

The Midway Pub

If you’re looking for a great place to watch the World Cup, you can’t go wrong with Midway. This chill spot has a game room, plenty of beer on tap, delicious bar food, TVs showing the World Cup and a spacious patio to enjoy all of the above.

Location: East Atlanta - 552 Flat Shoals Ave SE; Website:

Hampton + Hudson

If you’re a soccer fan, you may already know H+H. They’re an official pub partner of Atlanta United, so they’re no strangers to fandom. This Inman Park hotspot has TVs everywhere, so you’ll never miss a moment of the action.

Location: East Atlanta - 299 North Highland Avenue Northeast; Website:

Big Game

Enjoy delicious food, great company, and an incredible game-watching experience at Big Game.

With plenty of flat-screen TVs, comfy chairs, and a large patio, you’ll feel right at home as you watch your favorite teams compete. This sports bar close to the Beltline’s Eastside Trail will show the games starting at 11 a.m. and on. In addition, Big Game has a wide selection of cocktails to choose from, and you can’t forget the cold beers!

Location: East Atlanta - 720 Ralph McGill Blvd NE #1; Website:

Meehan’s Public House

Meehan’s is the place to be if you’re a soccer fan. With locations in Downtown Atlanta and Vinings, there’s always a match on one of its televisions. The Irish pub atmosphere and authentic Irish menu make it the perfect place to watch your favorite teams play — and catch up with friends over a pint or two!

Location: Downtown - 200 Peachtree St; Cobb - 2810 Paces Ferry Rd NW; Website:

Fadó Irish Pub

If you’re looking for a place to enjoy the FIFA 2022 World Cup games live, you’ve found it! Fadó Irish Pub is a great spot to watch your favorite team play while enjoying classic Irish pub fare and a pint of Guinness. The pub will also feature match-day brunch menus and drink specials.

Location: Buckhead - 273 Buckhead Ave NE; Midtown - 933 Peachtree St NE; Website:

Hudson Grille

If you’re looking for a party, Hudson Grille is the place to be.

With a vast beer selection and great food options, Hudson Grille is one of Atlanta’s best sports bars, and it’s going all out during this World Cup. The chain will open at 10 a.m. on game days and offer specials on beer buckets.

Location: Multiple locations; Website:

Sports and Social

If you’re looking for a place to watch the World Cup with your friends, Sports and Social is the place to be! With more than 40 TVs, two floors, and two bars, this house has no bad seat for watching your favorite team play.

Location: Cobb - 825 Battery Ave SE #610; Website:

BONUS: the Coca-Cola Roxy will host a Final Watch Party on Dec. 18. Doors open at 9 a.m., and the match broadcast begins at 10 a.m. All guests will be required to show a ticket to attend the event. Tickets are free but must be redeemed online; click here to secure your spot.

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