10 Oct 2022
The most anticipated sporting event is back and what better way to catch the World Cup action than at a Young’s pub? With giant screens, heated garden huts with TVs, private rooms and unrestricted viewing areas, watch every pass, tackle and penalty and join your fellow football fans to cheer on the Three Lions.
Kicking off from Sunday 20th November, there’s a menu worthy of a score, from chin-dribbling burgers at Young’s Burger Shacks such as Loaded – a double beef patty, slow cooked ox cheek, cheese, pink onions, iceberg and burger sauce, to British pub classics and sharing platters for the entire team.
Catch some of the highlights below and for the full list of Young’s pubs, please visit www.youngs.co.uk
Hope & Anchor (Brixton)
123 Acre Lane, SW2 5UA
There is no better place to visit than the Hope & Anchor to catch all the action. Boasting 24 TV screens and a large projector as well as private heated garden huts and screening rooms, get a front row seat to the game with beef and plant-based burgers from the Burger Shack.
The Bull (Streatham)
498 Streatham High Road, SW16 3QB
Situated in vibrant Streatham, this long-established pub has a variety of spaces to watch every pass, chip shot and goal. Freshly open after a refurb, watch the game from screens across the pub or head to the large beer garden fitted with TVs in your very own private hut.
Adam and Eve (Oxford Circus)
77A Wells Street, W1T 3QQ
Set in bustling Central London between Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road stations, head to Adam and Eve to catch all the action. With both Sky Sports and BT Sports shown across six HD TV screens, raise a glass and settle in for every match this season.
2-3 New Bridge Road, EC4V 6AA
With seven large screen HD TVs, showing Sky Sports & BT Sports over two floors, there isn’t a seat in the house where the World Cup won’t catch an eye. At halftime, it’s burgers galore with the Albion’s signature patties while there is a selection of Young’s and guest ales ready at the bar.
The Grand Junction Arms (Acton)
Acton Lane, Canal Bridge, NW10 7AD
Perched waterside on the Grand Union Canal, this hidden gem is the perfect place to watch the games whilst enjoying scenic views with a pint of stout, craft ale or wine in hand. Watch the match on large screens inside or in the large, heated beer garden for an afternoon/evening packed full of action.
Issued on behalf of Young’s on 10th October 2022
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