Where to watch the England vs Tunisia game in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 11:32 18 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:02 18 June 2018

Spencers Sportsbar is ready for the big game tonight       Picture: Spencers Sportsbar

Spencers Sportsbar is ready for the big game tonight Picture: Spencers Sportsbar


Excitement is building across the country today as the Three Lions prepare to make their World Cup bow in Russia.

England open their campaign against Tunisia at the Volgograd Arena and will be looking to make a positive start in Group G.

The match will kick off at 7pm and is being televised on BBC 1.

Here are a few of the pubs in Great Yarmouth and Gorleston that will be screening the game:

• Spencers Sportsbar

Strings of England flags are hung aloft in the bar in Regent Road, where there is a loud surround sound system and two HD projector screens.

• The Kings Arms

The Northgate Street pub has a big screen in the garden and an outside bar and barbecue for all England games.

• The Mariners Compass

This Gorleston pub will be playing the game on the big screen and is running a World Cup sweepstake.

• The Duke of Wellington

Burgers and hotdogs will be served up from 6pm with a free shot on offer for every England goal.

• The Feathers Pub

The Market Gates pub is expected to busy for the big game.

• Merlin Sports Bar

Every game in the tournament will be played here across numerous large screens.

• The Pub on The Shrubs

There will be England cupcakes and beer deals at this Gorleston pub in Hawthorn Road, with the game played on a 10ft big screen.

• Liberty’s Public House

The pub has six large screens, including a new large screen in the beer garden.

• Tombstone Brewery & Saloon Bar

The East Norfolk CAMRA Pub of the Year will be running promotions during the game.

• St John’s Head Real Ale Pub

As well as offering its usual selection of ales, this old pub on the North Quay will be playing the match on a large projector.

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