Where to Watch FIFA World Cup in Vancouver: CBC Viewing Map


Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 — 4:14pm PST
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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is upon us and aside from the all encompassing Latin America House, which will show every match, there is an assortment of cafes, restaurants and pubs in Vancouver that will also be airing the live soccer excitement. Thanks to CBC Vancouver, you can click and pick you favourite viewing area on this handy map:

Where to Watch FIFA World Cup in Vancouver

The map also shows the supporter locations for various countries, including:

Vancouver Alpen Club (Germany)
4875 Victoria Drive, Vancouver

D-Original Sausage Haus (Germany)
12000 1 Ave #130, Richmond

Croatian Cultural Centre (Croatia)
3250 Commercial Drive, Vancouver

Libra Room (Brazil)
1608 Commercial Drive, Vancouver

London Pub (England)
700 Main Street, Vancouver

Manchester Pub (England)
1941 W Broadway, Vancouver

The Henry Public House (England)
5708 – 176th Street, Surrey

Two Lions Public House (England)
2601 Westview Drive, North Vancouver

Rio Brazilian Steakhouse (Brazil)
689 Denmant Street, Vancouver

Boteco Brazil (Brazil)
2545 Nanaimo Street, Vancouver

Caffe Napoli (Italy)
1670 Commercial Drive, Vancouver

Moose’s Down Under (Australia)
830 W Pender Street, Vancouver

The Delta Lion Pub (Australia)
11186 84th Avenue, North Delta

South Hall Palace (Korea)
8273 Ross Street, Vancouver

Malone’s Pub And Grill (Korea)
608 W Pender Street, Vancouver

Gateway Grill (Netherlands)
350 Gifford Street, New Westminster

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6 comments

  1. Elke Porter says:

    The Pint will debut as a New Hot Spot for German Soccer Fans Downtown!
    No Designated Driver Necessary
    Vancouver, BC, June 7, 2014: If you are a fan of Germany for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and you want to have a place to watch the games with your mates, consider “The Pint” in the Lotus Hotel, at Abbot and Pender. The first game will take place Monday at 9 am June 16th. A ticket to this would make the perfect Father’s Day Present for your “Papa”. The entrance fee includes the first beer, sponsored by Budweiser who are World Cup Sponsors, and there will be a chance to win FIFA Products and a German Shirt at half-time every game.
    There are three good reasons to show up at The Pint, besides getting a beer to start your day. (Fruehschoppen is the German term that basically means drinking before midday in company)… Number one you are able to watch the game on one of 80+ Television sets. There are television sets everywhere, including HDTV sets. Number two Jennings Hospitality will be organizing some German goodies, such as Bavarian Pretzels and Heidel Confiserie chocolate. Number three is if you are one of the 70,000 people who live downtown, you can easily walk over and then take the Stadium Skytrain or any of the Translink busses home. No designated driver is necessary.
    Games will be Germany Vs. Portugal on the 16h of June. Germany vs. Ghana on the 21st of June. Finally Germany vs. USA on the 26th of June. You can find all of these events and more information on their Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/onegermanhouse.

  2. Joel Mills says:

    Upper Deck Kitchen & Taphouse will be open early showing all World Cup games, lots of televisions, big screens, great beer selection, large tables for groups, great food and a 9:00 liquor license it is a proper place to watch sports.

    Reservations recommended, especially for large groups for large games.

    Call 604-685-5761 for reservations, visit http://www.upperdeckondavie.com for menu and click to facebook page for game schedule…

  3. Harris says:

    Ammerose Internet Cafe on Drake & Howe will also be screening the live games.

  4. Jennie gage says:

    Does anyone know where we can watch the USA game on Sunday (downtown or kits)? We need a food primary establishment because we have a baby

  5. Derek says:

    @Jennie Gage according to the Vancouver Sun website St Augustine’s is the home of USA now that’s on the east side fortunately according to CBC Comox street bar and grill is the home of USA personally idk about either becuz our view on Americans has always been a little shaky look at what happened with the USA house during the 2010 Olympics lol but my still underage buddies from down south up here fr a while are probably gonna watch the game at McDs on Granville right b side Venue what’s more American then McDs anyway??? Ahaha

  6. Andreas says:

    Coming back from Berlin, Germany tomorrow. So much fun to watch the Games here. Going back to Victoria. Does anybody know where I can watch Germany vs France?

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