Now the Brazil World Cup has officially got into full swing, it's time to mix up your viewing experience. Here are 9 cool events and venues across the UK which will be showing the matches from this year's competition.
Where? Hackney Wick, London
Why? The converted warehouse has a 'food-n-footie' package costing £30 per person for a food platter and four beers. Plus the match on the big screen.
Where? Old Granada Studios, Manchester
Why? 450 tons of sand were shipped in to create this World Cup Fan Park featuring pitches, a stadium and a beach.
Where? Shoreditch, London
Why? A World Cup pop-up space with large screens, bars, and food from DJ and Smokey Tails founder Seth Troxler.
Why? It's the UK's biggest samba festival and it coincides with the World Cup Final on July 13.
Why? A retro football shop and big screens showing all the matches plus - live music, DJs, dancers, street food, art installations and performances.
Why? Add a touch of glamour to the World Cup at Nobu Berkeley ST with live screenings of all the games, and a limited edition World Cup Bento Box which includes a glass of Skinny Champagne.
Where? Soho, London
Why? The pop-up Brazilian venue celebrates the country's food, art, music, film and football, as well as hosting events, screenings, talks and exhibitions.
Why? England's World Cup games are going to be shown on a huge screen on Brighton beach as party of the city's annual outdoor film festival.
9. Brown’s Hotel
Where? Mayfair, London
Why? Head to the hotel's swanky Donovan Bar to watch the games and chow down on a Brown’s burger threesome plus a bottle of lager for £20.