Where to watch Fifa World Cup matches broadcasts in Moscow

Law & Son

This is a Scottish themed bar with huge leather sofas, wooden tables, and scarves of famous football teams from all over the world hanging around. It’s a great choice for those who want to watch matches, equipped with big screen TVs located all over. The menu offers Scottish and British dishes like haggis, shepherd pie, herring in oat flakes, as well as the usual burgers and grilled meat. The bar is packed with an impressive drinks selection that includes rare varieties of whiskey and beer. It’s also the place to come for some original cocktails like the Iron Lady (named in honour of Margaret Thatcher) or Cutty Sark Gimlet. The place has special discounts for Chelsea fans and treats everyone to a free drink for every goal scored by the Russian national football team.

Haggis Pub & Kitchen

Haggis is a modern Scottish pub with a large veranda, a balcony on the second floor, and a secret cocktail bar in the basement named ‘Santo Spirito’. Here you can watch a match literally from anywhere without making an extra effort sitting wise. It is a great spot for both large group and solo visits. The menu offers the expected pub food and the prices are not reflective of the expensive neighborhood this place is located in. The kitchen specializes in rustic dishes, such as fried meat, haggis and giblets veal tails. Drinks wise, it has a large variety of local and European craft beer. The ale selection is also rather impressive, and you can order a pilot – 5 glasses of 0.2l each. An added bonus to watching matches here is that you can enjoy listening to their very own in-house commentator stationed by the bar….if you are into that sort of thing.


Petrovka 15/1

League of Popes

Here you can watch different sports on different screens 24 hrs a day, every day. The bar also hosts in-house commentators during major sports events. Decent food, a wide selection of beers and spirits, lofty exposed brick interior, and a summer terrace – this place checks all the boxes.


B.Lubyanka, 24

Jan Primus

This is a Belgian style pub with a nearly endless selection of Belgian beer. There are literally several pages of options that leave even the visiting Belgians in awe. It’s an equally suitable setting for large groups and solo walk-ins. The food menu offers good value for money as well, with the run of the mill bar food and an opportunity to sample Belgian dishes. Jan Primus is a chain pub, with several locations throughout Moscow and whichever of them you choose, you will not be disappointed – all of them are equipped with a large screen and are broadcasting matches live.


This is also a pub chain, with several locations in Moscow. The establishment offers English and Russian cuisine and a good selection of foreign and Russian beer. Among the recommended dishes are the salad with salted mushrooms, roast beef with radishes and Russian pesto, cabbage rolls with crayfish tails and cod. Drink choices include white Siberian, Georgian wine, English beer, moonshine, birch juice, and kvass.

Beer Happens

As the name suggests this place is all about beer and the most unusual snacks to it. There are about 30 kinds of draft beer and 450 types of bottled beer and a number of large screen TVs to see the games on.

Sitiy los

Translated as ‘Fed Moose’ in case you are wondering. Entertainment wise, this bar has something for everyone. Here you will find delicious food, a variety of drinks, match broadcasts, karaoke, music bands, pool tables, and even a real fireplace. The bar welcomes guests of any age making it a perfect spot for a family gathering – of course, alcoholic drinks are served only to those over the age of 18. It’s located off-center, but if you find yourself exploring Kolomenskiy Park this place where you head afterward to watch the game.


This is a Belgian gastropub located smack in the city center, with an outstanding selection of authentic beers, around 20 varieties on tap and more than 100 types of bottled beer. The two-story gastropub seats about 230 people, so it’s perfect for large groups. The menu focuses on a modern approach to traditional Belgian recipes. The venue also has been screen TVs perfect for watching matches.

Craft Kitchen

Despite the fact that the gastropub is located in a shopping center, this does not affect the atmosphere in any way. They make quite some dishes on the grill, classical European food, as well as a special seafood menu including the most unusual culinary combinations. In addition, beer lovers will enjoy the beer variety – about 300 varieties from around the world. In a separate area, there is table hockey, kicker, and darts.


An Irish pub where you get to cheer on your favorite team, listen to music, drink beer, and enjoy good food. The pub is quite spacious with a Guinness bar area, a dining area, a whiskey lounge, and a live music hall. They make fantastic boar ribs, perch, burgers, and steaks. The furniture in the bar was brought specially from Ireland, and the stained-glass windows were made by the invited Irish craftsmen.


Pyatnitskaya, 29

FIFA 2018 fanzones guide
There are 11 official fan zones - 1 in each of the 11 cities hosting the Fifa World Cup
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Sightseeing and dining ideas to make the most out of a match day
FIFA 2018 fanzones guide
There are 11 official fan zones - 1 in each of the 11 cities hosting the Fifa World Cup
Things to do around Luzhniki stadium
Sightseeing and dining ideas to make the most out of a match day
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