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The best UK pubs to watch football ahead of the Champions League final Wine News

“It’s one of my favorite pubs to watch the games in. There’s always a good atmosphere on match days and a good buzz with the supporters of the rival teams. They make perfect food to watch the game in because they have a turkish residence – what could be better than a fancy pint and kebab My business partner lives nearby and is also a Spurs fan so we get the dogs down, and it’s a great place to forget about work and soak up the atmosphere.

Chosen by James Cochran, head chef of Rest 12:51 p.m., London

The Gloucester, Weymouth

85 The Esplanade, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 7AT;

“I’m a big Liverpool fan and I watch as much as I can because I spend most of my time in the kitchen. This pub is by the sea and shows all the matches on indoor and outdoor screens. It’s big enough that you usually have a table, but small enough to create atmosphere when the games are in progress. It’s great to leave the pub and have the beach and the sea right in front of you.

Chosen by Mike Naidoo, Executive Chef at Fish at the old fish marketWeymouth

The Ship, Marlow

23 West Street, Marlow SL7 2LS;

“Going to the pub is the quintessential experience, right after the game itself. Being a Newcastle fan and living hundreds of miles from the holy land, there’s no other place for that than the ship. Lagers, bartending banter, all your colleagues and friends cheering and arguing, everyone being a VAR expert. It’s been our go-to place at Marlow for years, and for many more at to come.

Chosen by Tom de Keyser, chef at The hand and the flowersmarlow

The Black Lion, Stoke-on-Trent

895 London Road, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 5NZ;

“The Black Lion at Trent Vale is a classic and somewhere I have always gone to see Stoke City play. It’s a short walk from my house, no pretense, just a cold pint and a good laugh.

Chosen by Niall Keating, chief executive of LunarStaffordshire

Mr Smith is with the Freemasons at Wiswell, Clitheroe, Lancashire

8 Vicarage Fold, Wiswell, Clitheroe BB7 9DF;

“It’s an amazing pub and has been my favorite for a while now when there’s a game against Liverpool. They also have a great kitchen table, if you’re hungry.

Chosen by Mark Birchall, Chef Patron of Hall of the Moors Restaurant with rooms, Lancashire

Rose & Crown, Stratford-upon-Avon

15 Sheep Street, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EF;

“There are plenty of screens, including a great one outdoors, and that’s where I go with chief friends to watch the big games, although my team Coventry City aren’t on TV much It’s a real local boozer with a good atmosphere, a good mix of fans, and you can see a screen wherever you are.

Chosen by Paul Foster, chef-owner of saltStratford-upon-Avon

The Farrars Arms, Oldham

56 Oldham Road, Grasscroft, Oldham OL4 4HL;

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