Best NYC Bars to Watch the 2022 World Cup: Top Spots in All 5 Boroughs | Bot To News

There are just eight teams in the 2022 FIFA World Cup – and the stakes are getting higher by the minute.

With the quarterfinals starting Friday, New York City will once again be locked in on all the action from around the world in Qatar as some of the world’s greatest players write the next chapter of the beautiful game.

Every bar in the Big Apple will be tuning in to each of the tournament’s final eight games, but we’ve got just the list of the best places to watch.

Here are the best NYC bars to watch the World Cup in each of the five boroughs:


Football Factory in Legends (6 W. 33rd St.)

A spacious two-story bar dedicated to football, it’s the perfect place for a casual fan to take in the finals. They have 20 big screens and the walls are decorated with more football memorabilia in one place than you’ve ever seen.

Smithfield Hall (138 W. 25th St.)

Smithfield has nine outdoor heated tables with eight televisions, and two bars with 26 televisions for 27 tables inside.


Roebling Sporting Club (225 N 8th St)

The sports bar experience meets artisan food for a unique experience in Williamsburg. Roebling Sporting Club has 14 TVs, delicious pub food and (something up my alley) a ton of whiskey to choose from.

See soccer (6004 8th Ave.)

A speakeasy turned Norwegian and Scandinavian business center, an Irish bar turned soccer bar is in the heart of Brooklyn’s Chinatown and has been in business since 1929.


Camhaus New York (5-14 51st Ave.)

Still retaining that fresh bar vibe, this two-story sports bar has indoor and outdoor areas with 12 big-screen TVs and a giant LED video wall. Arcade and table games can also keep the party going long after the game is over.

Twist and Smash’d Sports Bar (34-02 Steinway St.)

The wraparound bar is flush with TVs, so no one misses any of the action. It is the centerpiece of a space that also has a covered outdoor seating area.


Behan’s general House ((4299 Katonah Ave.)

A classic Irish pub with the essentials here: World Cup and beer. No food, just a pure football viewing experience.

Bronx Alehouse (216 W. 238 St.)

Tons of space, 23 TVs, and plenty of craft beer headline this sports bar, which will even feature special edition World Cup glassware to mark the event.

Staten Island

Beer garden (216 W. 238 St.)

They added a few more TVs to bring the total to 10, along with the must-see 100″ HD projector at the World Cup.

Duffy’s Tavern (650 Forest Ave.)

An old-school saloon with a solid pub menu. The bar is lined with televisions to give it a throwback feel to catch World Cup matches.

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