Where to watch the World Cup Final in Melbourne

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And then there were two. After a month of late nights, bleary eyes and football overload, the World Cup 2014 will be decided on Monday July 14.

Despite the fact that Australia won’t be in the game, the raw energy and passion displayed at any World Cup final is definitely worth being a part of, and there are a host of venues around town screening the big match on Monday.

Hophaus Bavarian Bier Bar Grill

Little wonder the German’s are getting into the spirit! With three screens, a capacity of 300, and a huge bar with 30 draught taps including Germany’s oldest brews, Southgate’s Hophaus will be heaving with world cup fans when they open for the live broadcast of the FIFA World Cup Final on Monday morning.

Hophaus chefs are putting on a Bavarian breakfast of champions with Bratwurst and Cheese Kransky bretzel rolls, and of course endless bier steins lined up above the lights and waiting to be filled!

Doors open 4am

Mid-level Southgate Restaurant and Shopping Precinct, Southgate

www.hophaus.com.au

 

Bells Hotel

Serving a $15 Big Breakky with coffee Monday morning. Make sure to book a table to score the best seats in the house.

From 5am

157 Moray Street, Sth Melbourne

bellshotel.com.au

 

Portland Hotel

Open 24/7 throughout the World Cup. Dedicated Budweiser World Cup Bar features multiple big screen TVs showing every match live and loud.

From 11.30pm Sunday

127 Russell Street, Melbourne

portlandhotel.com.au/whats-on

 

Imperial Bourke Street

Open 24hrs during the World Cup, and serving breakfast from 6am daily.

2-8 Bourke Street, Melbourne

bourkestreetimperial.com/whats-on

 

The Duke

The Duke will be showing all finals matches and are serving breakfast, $25 Budweiser buckets and any burger and pint of Little Creatures for $25.

146 Flinders Street, Melbourne

dukeofwellington.com.au/whats-on 

 

The Birmingham

The World Cup games will be screened across several big screens and they’ll be keeping their doors open outside of normal trading hours for the tournament. Serving toasties, tea, coffee, beer and other tasty beverages.

333 Smith Street, Fitzroy

birminghamhotel.com.au

 

Hawthorn Hotel

See every Socceroos group match, plus all the finals, live and loud on big screens throughout the venue at the Hawthorn Hotel

481 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn

thehawthorn.com

 

Crown Sports Bar

Watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup Live at Crown. With 20 screens, you won’t miss any of the action.

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank

crownmelbourne.com.au/sports-bar

 

Italian Chef

Even though Italy are out of the World Cup, these passionate soccer fans will still be screening all the games live, including the final.

427 Chapel Street, South Yarra

italianchef.com.au

 

The World Restaurant and Bar

Catch the final live and loud on our big screen!

Doors open at 4am on Monday morning, Book your seats now on 03 9690 6999 or info@worldrestaurantbar.com.au

Shop 4, Building 2 Riverside Quay Southbank

worldrestaurantbar.com.au

 

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