Here at La Vida Liverpool we love showcasing the best places to eat and drink in the region. So, with the Euros being well underway, in this feature we bring you 14 (now 15, including The Railway) of the best Wirral pubs that are showing the live football matches. If you live in Wirral and don’t fancy venturing over the water, or if you live in the city and fancy a change of scene, check out some of these cracking Wirral pubs showing the footy….

Caernarvon Castle (Prenton)

Bidston Road’s huge pub is currently rated the No.1 place to eat in Prenton on Trip Advisor and isn’t short of big screens all around the pub. With quality live music, great value food and drink and a huge outside area, it’s one of Wirral’s grandest and most popular pubs.

Caernarvon Castle, 10 Bidston Road, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH43 2JZ

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Farmer’s Arms (Moreton)

Located in the heart of Moreton, by Moreton Cross, Farmer’s Arms is always chocka for live football! A firm favourite amongst many locals and a pub at the heart of the community, there’s all sorts going on from free pool nights to poker nights. With a great beer garden and play area and incredible value food and drink, there’s something for everyone in this lively local.

Farmer’s Arms, 2 Netherton Road, Moreton, Wirral, CH46 7TR

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Harvest Mouse (Heswall)

Pensby Road’s iconic pub with a windmill attached to it has a cracking interior — well designed with stylish decor. With insanely good offers on wings, ribs, steaks and American comfort food and great drinks offers, it’s one of the most popular pubs in the area. Harvest Mouse is open 7 days a week and will be showing every of The Euros in a cosy setting.

Harvest Mouse, 164 Pensby Road, Heswall, Wirral, CH60 7RQ

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King’s Arms (Bebington)

Big on live sport and live music, Bebington’s popular hub always offers a lively atmosphere. With great value ‘Flaming Grill’ food and offers, a pool table, a beer garden, outdoor play area, pub quiz nights and a big emphasis on live sport and live music, King’s Arms has something for everyone.

King’s Arms, King’s Lane, Bebington, Wirral, CH63 8NR

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Lighthouse Inn (Wallasey Village)

Located in Wallasey Village and open 7 days a week, Lighthouse Inn is the place to be for live music in Wallasey Village. The huge pub has many big screens and HD televisions, with quality food and drink to enjoy watching the match, and the service is always top notch. Always a lively atmosphere at this fantastic pub and they have a pool table if you fancy a game after the footy.

Lighthouse Inn, Wallasey Village, Wirral, CH45 3LP

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Molly’s Chambers (Birkenhead)

Wirral’s No.1 live music venue, Molly’s Chambers, is open Weds and Thurs from 4pm and Fri, Sat and Sun from 12pm. In addition to having top quality live music and tribute acts, they’ll also be showing live football matches both in the outside shed and basement bar. An ideal choice for music lovers, you can enjoy rockin’ live music after the evening kick offs. A particularly good choice on Sundays, you can also enjoy their ‘Best Roast On The Coast’.

Molly’s Chambers, 167 Bridge Street, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 1AY

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Red Cat (Greasby)

With few places to choose from in Greasby, Red Cat in the heart of the village has cemented itself as the place to be for live sport and amazing value food and drink. A spacious pub that has a great atmosphere on match days, they also have a gorgeous hidden gem of a beer garden for bevvies in the sun after the footy.

Red Cat, Greasby Road, Greasby, Wirral, CH49 3AT

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Shrewsbury Arms (Oxton)

Shrewsbury Arms (or The Shrew to locals) has a really cosy and homely interior and a gorgeous little beer garden to the rear. With great food and drink, loads going on such as quiz nights and all the Euros matches, The Shrew is a much loved venue in the gorgeous Oxton Village and is rated No.9 of 259 places to eat in Wirral on Trip Advisor.

Shrewsbury Arms, 38 Claughton Firs, Oxton, Wirral, CH43 5TQ

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The Bridge Inn (Port Sunlight)

Located in the historic and quaint Wirral village, Bridge Inn is open 7 days a week and has something for everyone — from afternoon tea with live piano music to buzzing live sports events. This historic pub is oozing with character and has a large beer garden, whilst it also offers amazing value wings, ribs, steaks and American comfort food.

Bridge Inn, Bolton Road, Port Sunlight, CH62 4UQ

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The Bromborough (Bromborough)

Open 7 days a week and located near Matalan, The Bromborough is very popular amongst locals. Rated No.9 of 50 places to eat in Bromborough, here you can expect great value food and drink, pool, all the live sport you can imagine and one of the best beer gardens around. The huge beer garden is very popular and often full in the summer, whilst inside the atmosphere on live match days is always incredible!

The Bromborough, 2 Bromborough Village Road, Wirral, CH62 7ES

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The Grange (Moreton)

Situated on Hoylake Road, the huge Wirral pub is a hub of live music and sport. At the weekends you can enjoy some of the best live music acts around and they have big screens all around the pub for live football. There are drinks and themed food offers throughout the week and Landladies Natasha Champion and Rachel Davies have put it back on the map as one of the best live entertainment venues in the Wirral.

The Grange, 407 Hoylake Road, Wirral, CH46 6DQ

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The Mersey Clipper (Prenton)

Prenton Road West’s legendary sports orientated pub is open 7 days a week and is also currently ranked 31st out of 259 places to eat in Wirral on Trip Advisor. Located just around the corner from Prenton Park, The Mersey Clipper is one for the football fans and you’ll often find it chocka during live sport events. With amazing offers and quality wings, ribs, steaks and American comfort food, it’s a firm favourite amongst locals.

The Mersey Clipper, 17 Prenton Road West, Prenton, Wirral, CH42 9PY

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The Nelson (Wallasey)

Located just up the road from Wallasey Grove Road train station, The Nelson (The Nelly) has something for everyone and is big on wings, ribs, steaks and American comfort food. With a packed entertainment schedule and incredible offers throughout the week, it’s a proper pub that’s big on sport (they also have a pool table). A cracking beer garden to enjoy here too!

The Nelson, 60 Grove Road, Wallasey, CH45 3HW

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The Railway (Meols)

If you live in Meols, there’s only one place you’re heading to watch the footy! The Railway Inn is a huge pub with big screens and HD TVs everywhere — and you can count on it being booming with a cracking atmosphere during big games. The legendary pub was made even more iconic the other year, when an old Viking ship was found buried underneath it, nut if you’re looking to feast and drink like a Viking then check out their food and drink offers!

The Railway Inn, 143-145 Birkenhead Road, Meols, Wirral, CH47 6AB

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The Ship (Hoylake)

Ever since taking over last year, owners Loz and Vic have put The Ship firmly back on the map as the place to be for live entertainment in Hoylake. With the new ‘Ship Yard’ in their large car park, they have a big stage for live football and live music, loads of tables, an outside bar and a food van. With a hidden gem of a beer garden to the rear and loads going on, The Ship is Hoylake’s go to destination (sister venue, The Lake, is also highly recommended). Some top gigs coming up here too including Mark Burgess and Ben Ottewell from Gomez!

The Ship, 80 Market Street, Hoylake, CH47 2DW

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So, there we have it — a great selection of quality pubs across Wirral that will be showing every match of The Euros. It can sometimes be tough deciding where to go to watch the match so feel free to refer to our list, especially if you fancy trying somewhere new. Enjoy the footy (It’s Coming Home)!

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