Welcome to the dedicated Historic page for Fever Pitch Fulham.
Fever Pitch Fulham was the UK’s only dedicated World Cup pop-up bar to date, and the team at Football 24-7 want to pay homage to it.
It was Created purely for the beautiful game, Fever Pitch on Fulham Broadway opened it’s doors in May 2010, to capture the excitement of the build-up. The pop-up bar was sadly entirely dismantled the day after the final match was played. Other occasions such as the World Cup in Brazil in 2014 were also enjoyed at the venue.
You could choose from a great selection of summertime drinks and watch the likes of Terry, Lampard and Rooney battle it out on one of the 13 screens spanning 360 degrees, covering every wall of the 400 capacity venue. Large French doors, generous outside space and ample seating made it the only place to enjoy the action at the time.
It was perfect for groups, gatherings, couples and parties, Fever Pitch offered the only chance to watch the World Cup in a pop-up bar, created entirely in its honour. Quite simply, if you missed it, you miss out.
13 Screens 360° Viewing 400 Capacity + Outdoor Space
Key dates that the venue opened during the World Cup.
England v USA
Saturday 12th June – 19.30pm
England v Algeria
Friday 18th June – 19.30pm
England v Slovenia
Wednesday 23rd June – 3.00pm
Friday 2nd July
Saturday 3rd July
Tuesday 6th July
Wednesday 7th July
World Cup Final
Sunday 11th July
Fever Pitch – World Cup Pop-up Bar Address
474-476 Fulham Broadway
London SW6 1BY
The Bar was open from 11am-12pm, seven days a week
The choice of food was as follows:
Customers could enjoy match-day hotdogs and a selection of breville toasties filled with British classics like:
Ham & Mustard
Cheese & Tomato
Foie Gras with Apricots & Chilli Jam