The FIFA World Cup is officially kicking off this month and we’re sure many of you are eager to keep score. If you’re looking for places around town to watch the game, grab a piny and some bites, we have you covered. Here are 10 of the best sports bars in Seattle to watch the FIFA World Cup.

Hatback Bar & Grille


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Let’s start with the newest on the list! The Hatback Bar & Grille opened earlier this year and is a dedicated sports bar broadcasting Mariners, Seahawks, and Sounders games.

Where: 1201 1st Avenue South
Hours: Daily 11 AM-7 PM

Tony T’s Sports

Considering that Tony’s is located in SODO, across from T Mobile Field, it’s easy to see how it’s a popular spot. They also have 20 large-screen TVs and plenty of space to relish your eats and drinks while watching the game.

Where: 1518 1st Ave S
Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 AM-11 PM, Friday 11 AM-12 AM, Saturday 9 AM-12 AM, Sunday 9 AM-11 PM

Madison Pub

Capitol Hill’s gay sports bar Madison Pub is a great option for game-watching. You can expect multiple screens, a pool table, darts, a jukebox, and plenty of fun!

Where: 1315 E Madison St
Hours: Daily 12 PM-2 AM

The Westy


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The Westy prides itself on being a sports bar without the sports bar feel. You’ll find all the sports-watching amenities you need accompanied by a great eats and drinks menu with a selection of beer, cider, and whisky.

Where: 1215 NE 65th Stree
Hours: Monday-Friday 11 AM-12 AM, Saturday & Sunday 9 AM-12 AM

Fuel Sports Grill

Ballard’s Fuel Sports Grill has family-friendly energy and plenty of eats and drinks to enjoy while watching the big game. Not only that but they have 25 flatscreen TVs, a huge projector, and state-of-the-art sound.

Where: 8037 15th Ave NW
Hours: Monday 11:30 AM-10 PM, Tuesday-Thursday 11:30 AM-11 PM, Friday 11:30 AM-12 AM, Saturday 9 AM-12 AM, Sunday 9 AM-10 PM

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Rookies Sports Bar and Grill

At Rookies, you can expect a comfortable neighborhood atmosphere, great eats, and plenty of drinks. As they’re a dedicated sports bar, you’re in the perfect setting to watch the Mariners on one of the grill’s screens.

Where: 3820 S Ferdinand St
Hours: Monday-Friday 11 AM-10 PM, Saturday & Sunday 9 AM-10 PM

Garage Billiards & Bowl


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A bowling alley for baseball? Don’t knock it till you try it… Garage may predominantly be a billiards and bowling spot but they also have a sports bar perfect for watching the big game. Snack, drink, and play games while you root for your favorite team.

Where: 1130 Broadway
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 3 PM-11 PM, Friday & Saturday 3 PM-12 AM

Buckley’s in Belltown

Buckley’s is a pub with plenty of everything, eats, drinks screens, and cheer. You’ll feel right at home in the classic pub atmosphere amongst plenty of other soccer fans.

Where: 232 1st Ave W
Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 AM-1 AM, Saturday 9 AM–2 AM, Sunday 9 AM–1 AM

Queen Anne Beerhall

If you’re looking for an authentic beer hall experience to celebrate the World Cup, then you should head to Queen Anne Beerhall. You’ll find 25 premium draft brews, beerhall & PNW eats, and of course, screens to keep your eyes on the score.

Where: 203 W Thomas St
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 am- 12 am, Friday & Saturday 11 am- 2 am

LTD Bar & Grill

This great Fremont spot has 15 TV screens, eats, and a wide drink menu. You’ll also find giant Jenga, beer pong, and beer pong if you get antsy while watching the game.

Where: 309 N 36th St
Hours: Monday-Friday 4 PM-Close, Saturday & Sunday 10 AM-Close