Raddison Red in Cape Town. Picture: Peter Thomas

With the World Cup final between Croatia and France will taking place on Sunday, July 15 at 5pm, we’ve compiled top 5 places you can watch the game in Cape Town.

Budweiser and Hisense Party Park

Budweiser and Hisense are bringing SA's big guns to light up the FIFA World Cup final on Sunday. DJ Ready D and Youngsta CPT will be at the Party Park  at Century City on Saturday and AKA and DJ Loyd will keep the party going no matter who takes home the Cup on Sunday. Check out the Hisense and Budweiser Facebook and Twitter pages for more info. Tickets are available from Computicket.

Radisson Red

As part of this month-long football extravaganza, the Radisson Red team have reserved two viewing areas specifically for the football. The OUIBAR and KTCHN has been transformed into a football lover’s paradise, complete with astroturf, beanbags and a stand. Wander down the hallway and you will find the ‘Locker Room’; a more secluded location, but the table-tennis table and the fully stocked bar ensures this area is also big-game ready.

Complemented with exceptional food and a variety of local wines and beers, the Radisson Red is the ideal location for football lovers from all corners of the world. Booking is essential, call 087 086 1578.

Cape Town Comedy Club

For the FIFA World Cup 2018, Cape Town Comedy Club's final match screening will take place on Sunday.  Entrance is on a first come, first served basis and some of the Mother’s City finest comedic talent will be your hosts, serving up humour with their football knowledge (or lack thereof).

Alliance Française

The French are very happy to have France in the finals on Sunday, and to celebrate the French community in Cape Town will watch World Cup final at the Alliance Française office at 155 Loop Street. Doors open at 4.30pm. Book tickets through Computicket

Cape Town International Convention Centre: World Cup Final and Neha Kakkar concert

Fans of Bollywood music and the FIFA World Cup can combine their interests by enjoying a performance by Neha Kakkar after the final. 

The 2018 FIFA World Cup final will be broadcast via state of the art surround sound on a huge screen at the Cape Town Convention Centre Auditorium with the concert starting after the game ends. 

Doors open at 4.30pm and tickets cost R400 per person. Contact Shahzadi on 021 633 9765 or 083 992 7714 to book.