MILLIONS of people will be glued to the TV at 3pm on Saturday when England take on Sweden in the World Cup quarter finals.

If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the match that isn’t your sofa, here’s our guide to where to visit.

If we've missed somewhere you'd like us to add, just click the button at the foot of this article.

Sharkey's Sports Bar in Old Christchurch Road has 60 4k screens and the 250inch super screen showing the match.

The establishment also has several VIP viewing rooms and bookings can be made to reserve prime seating with the perfect view of the match. Booking can be made by phone and online.

The George Tapps in Old Christchurch Road has four projectors, eight TV screens inside and another four outside.

If you want to ensure you have a spot and don’t have to jostle for space, it’s taking table bookings for Saturday.

The Westbourne in Poole Road boasts two projector screens, seven TVs inside and a further three screens outside, you won’t have to miss any of the action on Saturday.

They aren’t taking bookings as it’s on a first come first served basis. As an added extra, they will be having an outside bar and a BBQ.

The Inferno in Holdenhurst Road has six inside TV screens and is taking bookings on a first come first served basis.

The Brasshouse in Westover Road will be showing the game across its 17 indoor TV screens. However, if you were hoping to reserve a table you're already too late as they are fully booked. Entry will be on a first come first served basis.

O’Neills in Old Christchurch Road has 10 screens but unfortunately if you wanted to reserve a table, you’ve missed the boat as they’ve already sold out so it’s standing room only.

Cameron’s Bar at Bargates in Christchurch has six indoor screens and is taking bookings, but people will also be welcome to turn up on the day. They will be running a four-pint pitcher deal and burger and a pint offer after the game.

Eden Bar in Exeter Road, Bournemouth, will be showing the game in its Garden Bar on four TV screens on Saturday. There's no need to book, you can just turn up.

Walkabout in Bournemouth proved a popular venue for Tuesday's match and another capacity crowd of around 570 is expected on Saturday. The venue has more than a dozen screens and projectors. Table bookings can be made at www.walkaboutbars.co.uk/WorldCup2018.

Southbourne's Brewhouse and Kitchen has eight screens in total with one outside and one projector. They will be operationg on a first come first serve basis on Saturday and their terrace bar will be open. 

Penn Central in Poole has a total of eight screens with one giant projector. There will be a private viewing area upstairs plus they will be doing a BBQ. 

Felson's in Old Christchurch Road has capacity for around 150 people and will be open to everyone before it reaches its limit. They have 12 screens and one projector and will be running promotions during the match. 

East Bar in Swanage has 4x 50” screens & 1x 60”. Booths are all first come first served and its over 18’s only on England Match Days. There will be selected Happy Hour pints all day until 8pm. 

Venues showing the England v Sweden game

Know a pub that's showing the England v Sweden game that isn't in our list? let us know!

Add your contribution now By uploading a contribution, for use online and in print, you accept our contributor terms. You will either own or have permission to use anything you provide.