GUEST AUTHOR: Giovanna Thomaz, Spotahome Student Ambassador

Need some help finding a nice place to watch the World Cup games? Spotahome has got you covered. We have  made a list with the many bars, restaurants and pubs in Paris that will be broadcasting the games throughout the season, take a look and find your pick!

Going into the more "bohemian" districts like La Bastille, Montmartre or Le Marais to watch the games is a safe pick, there is always going to be a tv on and a cold beer in most of the bars in this area, so you should be fine. However, if you ould like to plan ahead, or if these reas are a bit far from you, we have picked some good spots where you can go to cheer for your team!

1) The Auld Alliance

All year long this pub broadcasts all major games of many different sports, from soccer to basketball, so if you are a sports fan, this is the perfect address you might want to note down.

The Auld Alliance: 80 Rue François Miron, 75004 Paris
Open Monday to Friday 3pm to 2am, Saturday and Sunday 12pm to 2am

2) Bercy Village

The Bercy Village is actually an open mall, but it made it on this list because it is basically made of numerous restaurants and bars that will be broadcasting the games during the World Cup season. Not only you can come to watch the games but also walk around this adorable little mall with lots of restaurants, stores and a cinema.

Once inside, you can choose from numerous bars or restaurants, but two safe picks would be The Frog and The Hipopotamus.

Bercy Village: 28 Rue François Truffaut, 75012 Paris.
Open everyday, 11am to 9pm

Besides this lovely mall, in the heart of the "Student district" in the 5th arrondissement, you will also find a great number of bars that are also broadcasting the games, you can easily find a comfortable sit basically anywhere in Rue des Écoles.

If you are looking for a fun crowd, you will have to pick between La Fac and The Bombardier.

3) Bombardier

Tucked away in the heart of Paris world-famous Latin Quarter, The Bombardier offers a quintessentially English pub experience; as its own webpage describes it, this one is always the pick for the English fans. It is always loud and electric.You may have to queue a bit for your beer but is is definately worth the wait.

2 place du Panthéon, Paris 75005.
Open everyday from 12:00 to 02:00

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4) La Fac

This one on other hand, is a favorite of my own fellow countrymen, the Brazilians. This bar also broadcasts every game and gets very crowded specially when Brazil is playing. There is always music, beer and a lively crowd. Guaranteed fun, I can assure you.

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44 Rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard, 75005 Paris.
Open Monday to Saturday from 7am to 2am - Sundays from 3pm to 2am

5) Le Jardin Suspendu

And last but not least, you can also watch the games on the biggest rooftop in Paris.

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Before and after the match enjoy a glance at Paris from above. This is one of the most beautiful rooftops in the city and it has been very targeted by the Parisians, so if you are planning to watch the game here, it is better to arrive in advance to guarantee you a seat.

Opposite 40 Rue Oradour sur Glane, 75015 Paris, Porte de Versailles
Open from Thursday to Sunday, Thursday from 4pm to midnight / Friday from 4pm to 2am - Saturday from 11am to 2am - Sunday from 11am to midnight

Enjoy the football Season and when in Paris remeber to cheer for France


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