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11 public viewing spots in Berlin

Off to the beer garden to watch soccer

Restaurant und Bierbar Berliner Republik
Restaurant und Bierbar Berliner Republik Berliner Republik

The fan mile with large public viewing at the Brandenburg Gate will not take place this year for well-known reasons. Nevertheless, fans do not have to completely forego public viewing during the World Cup. Despite reservations, some pubs and bars will turn on the TV for you. We present a few of them here.

Tip 1: Alvis

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Although the Alvis points to disputability of the organizer and the venue, but still want to give fans the opportunity to support their team. That's why all Germany matches and, from the round of 16 onwards, all matches will be shown at the Alvis. In addition, there will be a special World Cup offer, including a selection of savory pastries and various beverages, water, juices, soft drinks, draft beer and white and red wine as recommended. The offer for 19.95 euros starts one hour before kickoff and is valid for three hours until the final whistle.

When: Monday to Friday 6 a.m. - 10 p.m., Saturday 6:30 a.m. - 10 p.m., Sunday 6:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Where: Albrechtstrasse 8, Mitte

Tip 2: Aunt Käthe

Das alte Kiki Blofeld
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With eight foosball tables and five big screens, Tante Käthe is the soccer bar in Prenzlauer Berg. Some fan clubs meet here to celebrate and talk shop. Generally, games of the 1st and 2nd Bundesliga, the European Cup, the DFB Cup, and other selected soccer games are shown. The 2022 World Cup will also be shown, accompanied by a critical photo exhibition. With his photo reportage "The Forgotten Team", photographer Mohamed Badarne shows the life of migrant workers in Qatar. You will also find info material from Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International on site.

When: Monday through Thursday 6-1 p.m., Friday 6-3 p.m., Saturday 12:45-3 p.m., Sunday 1-10 p.m. (11 a.m. games will not be shown, 2 p.m. games only partially shown)
Where: Bernauer Strasse 63-64, Prenzlauer Berg

Tip 3: Rosel Reuterkiez

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As the official Hertha fan pub, Rosel has been a firm institution in Neuköllner Reuterkiez for years. Here you can get cool beer at corner pub prices and of course watch all the important soccer matches.

When, Monday to Thursday 12-24 h, Friday and Saturday 12-6 h, Sunday 12-23 h.
Where: Weserstraße 210, Neukölln

Tip 4: Bräugier

Bräugier Taproom Ostkreuz
Bräugier Taproom Ostkreuz Sonni Frej

Bräugier at Ostkreuz is also showing the most important games of the World Cup. In addition, there are IPA from 17 taps, burgers and more. Those who want to enjoy food and drinks in peace can do so, too. Because the screen is located at the very end of the bar. 

When: Sunday through Thursday 12 a.m. - midnight, Friday and Saturday from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Where: Sonntagstraße 1, Friedrichshain

Other public viewing spots in Berlin

Freiheit Fünfzehn (Freedom Fifteen)

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With its 32 square meter screen, Freiheit Fünfzehn in Köpenick is the perfect spot for public viewing. In summer, they also like to set up more in the beautiful beer garden directly on the Spree River. However, the 2022 World Cup will not be broadcast. Instead, you can look forward to the Superbowl on February 12/13, 2023. For the broadcast of the final game of the National Football League in American football, the team of freedom will serve you "American Food" from the buffet. 

When: Friday/Saturday 3 - 8 p.m., Sunday 12 - 8 p.m.
Where: Freiheit 15, Köpenick



Beer garden BRLO Brwhouse at Parc Gleisdreieck in Berlin
Beer garden BRLO Brwhouse Ulf Saupe/Done Studios Berlin/Design by NOVONO

During the summer months, Das BRLO BRWHOUSE often rents a large LED screen for selected soccer highlights. A total of 20 tables then offer the perfect view of the game. Self-brewed beverages are served, with and without alcohol. Try one of the wonderfully tart lemonades. In any case, reserve a table quickly.

When: Mon-Thu from 4 p.m., Fri from 2 p.m., Sat-Sun from 12 p.m.

Where: Schöneberger Straße 16, Kreuzberg


Josefine Köhn-Haskins


ist in München aufgewachsen, hat dort studiert und bei der SZ volontiert. Auf der Suche nach neuen Abenteuern entdeckte sie erst New York, dann Miami und berichtete als Trendscout und Korrespondentin für verschiedene Publikationen. Ihr Zuhause fand sie dann aber in Berlin. Fasziniert von den vielen Facetten der Stadt ist sie kreuz und quer in den Kiezen unterwegs und beschäftigt sich gerne mit Zukunftsideen und Smart City Konzepten für ein innovatives Berlin.