Where will you be watching?
- 21 Jun 06, 03:41 PM
LONDON - Joe and his friends have been blogging about their attempts to watch every single World Cup game - and as many as possible in a bar supporting one of the nationalities playing. Their trip to London's Dean Street last night is a sorry tale of disappointment of which all landlords should take note.
Mark, who had the same idea, had more luck in a Sikh pub Southall.
England's 4pm match against Ecuador on Sunday promises to bring bumper takings for the country's pubs.
How big is the screen, do we need tickets, will we get a seat, how good's the beer? - all these questions and many more have to be carefully weighed before a decision can be reached on where to watch the game..
Or, like me, do you prefer to watch the action at home, sometimes in total nerve-wracked solitude or at least not with anyone who doesn't know anything about football (lots of them in the pub), to make the absolute most of every single agonising second including the pre-match build up? (none of that in the pub - too noisy)
Claire S, blog editor