Where to watch the FIFA World Cup in Sydney
The casino's 24-hour sports bar will be showing the World Cup games on their extra big screens, and to add to the general excitement there will be cheerleaders, giveaways, football jugglers, guest appearances from Terry McFlynn and Paul Peid, burger specials and DJs until late. Doesn't matter if the game is at 10pm or 5am, they'll have the tellies on.
Selina's at the Coogee Bay Hotel will become a World Cup hub, with screenings of the big games in the tournament on the 250-inch projector, with more screens in the sprots bar. To amp up the excitement there will be burgers, arcade games, foosball tables, bands, DJS, FIFA gaming comps, a single mixer, trivia nights and a pageant in the fan zone.
The Oxford Tav will be showing the three Australia games with commentary on. The First match against France will be in the Dive Bar, with the following Denmark and Peru games up on the big screen. Plus they'll be offering $5 tinnies during the games.
This revamped Paddo pub will be showing all three Australia games, with special extended hours to ensure you don't get cut off halfway through the Peru match that starts at 12am.
The Strawberry Hills Hotel are going to be making good use of that 6am license during the FIFA World Cup when they will be screening all the games with the commentary on. Last drinks is at 5am so you should just get a 4am game in, but if overtime kicks in you can pop down the road to the Madison.
Forget indie rock, you can buy a ticket to see the Australia vs France game on a big projector screen in Sydney's most charming music venue.
This beachside hotel will be showing the Australian games with extended trading hours to get you through to the final buzzer on the Peru game.
This 24-hour pub is going to be a sure bet when you need to watch a World Cup match at an inconvenient time. Sure, you may not sleep for the full tournament, but who needs sleep when there's glory to be witnessed.
Not only will the Keg and Brew be showing all the Australia matches in the FIFA World Cup, but they'll also be slinging $6.50 All Star IPAs to keep your vocal chords prepped for yelling at the refs.
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The year starts with cricket, and once the test commentary has faded we move on to the tennis, followed by the AFL, NRL, and Union, with some basketball, soccer and netball thrown in for good measure. And now that Australians have also developed a taste for international leagues and tournaments, we also try to follow the NFL, the NHL, the NBA and the English Premier League. What we're trying to say is that there's a whole lot of excellent sport to be watched, and if you don't have cable, or like the atmosphere that only fans en masse creates, this is where to watch it in Sydney.