Where to watch live screenings of FIFA World Cup 2018 final in Singapore with kids

We know exactly where you can catch the FIFA World Cup 2018 final at a live screening in Singapore. Read on for fam-friendly and 'leave the kids at home' options...

The excitement is really ramping up over in Russia now that we’re down to the final two teams left in the FIFA World Cup 2018! Croatia and France will be testing their soccer skills to the limit in the finals happening this week to try and score glory and a very big trophy on Sunday 15 July (11pm here). We’ve found the fam-friendly places showing the match, as well as a few ‘ditch the children’ options too. So if you’ve been wondering where to watch live screenings of FIFA World Cup 2018 final in Singapore with kids, you’ve come to the right place. Who are you cheering for?

Changi Airport Terminal 3
Air con, a huge screen, comfy seating and space for the kids to run around are the name of the game over in the public area at Changi Airport Terminal 3. There’s plenty of seating, but we say get there early and make the most of the other cool activities to try with kids in the world’s best airport.
Changi Airport Terminal 3, Departure Hall North (public side), Near the Skytrain; www.changiairport.com/en/airport-experience

Our Tampines Hub
With extended opening hours for food and drink, plenty of fringe activities for the whole fam, and a huge screen to watch the match on, Our Tampines Hub will have all the nail biting action streamed live on the night.
Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523; www.honeykidsasia.com/live-screening

Your local community centre
Dive into this list of the local community centres that are setting up fam-friendly viewing pods for Singapore to get in on the FIFA World Cup 2018 fun.

Singapore Sports Hub
Catch live screenings on a giant screen over at Singapore Sports Hub at OCBC Square. Festival of Football has been happening during the entire tournament, and the free fam-fun will continue for the final with fringe activities, competitions and, of course, the match itself.
Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Square, Kallang; www.sportshub.com.sg/FoF

If you’re a SAFRA member you can catch the match at one of the five SAFRA Clubs around Singapore screening the action in its Football Bonanza event. They’ll also be exclusive perks, fun packs and prizes to be won to add to the fun.

ActiveSG Sports Centres
It stands to reason that an initiative that encourages Singapore to take up sports, is showing one of the biggest sporting events of the year across five of its clubs. Cheer for your favourite team at Pasir Ris, Jurong West, Toa Payoh, Woodlands and Hougang locations.

Atmosphere Bistro
We’ve long been fans of this laid-back spot at Parkland Green, in the heart of the East Coast Park, and with a small indoor playground and plenty of open space for kiddos to run around in outside, this makes a great spot to mix the football action with a family night out.
Atmosphere Bistro, 920 East Coast Parkway, #01-25/26/27, Singapore 449875; www.atmosphere-bistro.com.sg

And if you manage to get a babysitter and are ditching the kids for the event…

Cafe Football
Where better to watch the football than in a cafe dedicated to football? The bar is part owned by Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs (Man U legends), and is the perfect spot for a night of World Cup revelry. Plenty of great grub and a huge range of beers seal the adult-night-out deal.
Cafe Football, 48 Woodleigh Park, Singapore 357844; www.facebook.com/cafefootballsg

Nine bars and restaurants, including Harry’s Bar, Berlin’s and El Mero Mero, are covering the final around this usually sedate part of Singapore, and it’s expected to draw quite the crowd. Come in your team colours and be ready to sing all your favourite footie songs.
Chijmes, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996; www.chijmes.com.sg/worldcup2018

Boat Quay
We caught the England v Sweden quarter final at Boat Quay and there were plenty of fun spots and excited spectators in all of the bars lining the river. Head down, pick a spot and cheer! It’s gonna get rowdy…

Photography: FIFA

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