Stoked for the upcoming FIFA Final while holidaying in Malta? Who isn’t! If you’re still undecided on where to watch the game of the year this weekend, we’ve got you covered.
To make the most out of the Maltese Summer weather, The World Cup Malta 2018 Pembroke Beach Experience will provide an outdoor screening of the game in the scenic setting surrounding the Pembroke Athleta Football Club. A manageable ten-minute walk from the main area in St. Julians, this location boasts additional perks including food options, games, music and beach facilities on site or in the vicinity.
Is-Suq tal-Belt in Valletta
Care to team up great food with watching the game live? The recently refurbished and re-opened is-Suq tal-Belt located in Merchant Street, Valletta, provides a historic location to watch an equally historic game with various food and meal vendors providing different options to choose from. For an even more tailored experience, opt for one of their private lounges available for groups up to 20 people!
The Pavilion Gastro Pub in Paola
For another architecturally historic location, yet one further away from the hustle and bustle of the northern Maltese towns, head to Paola where the Pavilion Gastro Pub offers multiple big screens to watch the game. Cheer your team on while indulging in a tipple or a main meal in a friendly environment dedicated to making live sports an exciting experience.
La Nave Bistro in Qawra
To watch the game against the backdrop of Malta’s northern coastlines and (post-game) sunset, head over to Pjazza San Pawl located inside the National Aquarium Complex. Look out for La Nave Bistro’s outside area for a free-entry access to the live screening. Pair with a scrumptious evening dinner – perfect for post-game football talk with friends and family for a memorable evening.
MedAsia Playa in Sliema
If watching the game in style sounds like something right up your alley, MedAsia Playa will provide you with the perfect setting for the game. Lounge on one of the sofas, avail yourself of one of their cocktails and soak up the great ambience and décor while watching the live screening. To top it all off, the final will be followed with performing DJ and renowned Soul and Funk master Pete Tong.
University Quadrangle Carpark in Msida
If you’re looking for an energetic, lively, young crowd to watch the game with, tuning into the game at the University of Malta’s quadrangle area is a great and cost-effective way to make the most out of the game, with great vibes to boot!
Which team are you rooting for this week? Let us know in the comments below!