Scotland may not have made the World Cup finals (again!), but that doesn't mean we can’t enjoy the action.
The first game will be Qatar v Ecuador, with both England v Iran and Wales v USA set to be played the following day (November 21).
All the games are thousands of miles away, so going to the games will not be an option for most people.
World Cup games are being shown on live television in the UK. But if you want to watch games with a group, we’ve created a list of some of the best places in Edinburgh where you can watch football live with a drink in your hand, as well as snacks to tide you over to the final whistle.
The final will take place on Sunday, December 18 at 3pm.
1. Angels Share
Where: 7, 11 Hope St, Edinburgh EH2 4EL
Angels Share is popular pub right in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre, and it’s broadcasting all of the FIFA World Cup games on its many HDTVs. Delicious food, ranging from gigantic burgers to roasted chicken, will be available at this trendy eatery. Photo: Third Party
2. Teuchters Landing
Where: : 1c Dock Place, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6LU
Teuchters Landing is a stunning pub with a dockside seating area, tasty food, and a huge selection of beers and whisky. This place is a lively destination to watch the the match, with five screens at their disposal. Photo: Third Party
3. Belushi’s Edinburgh
Where: 32, 32-38 Market St, Edinburgh EH1 1DE
The World Cup only happens every four years, so enjoy yourself at Belushi’s, slap bang in the city centre, during the 2022 tournament. All of the games will be shown in high definition, and there will be plenty of food and drinks to go around. Result! Photo: Third Party
Where: 14 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2PF
Opening at 1pm, WhyNot will be showing the games on huge screens, and using their state-of-the-art surround sound system.
Tables are available to book for groups of 2-4, 4-6 or 8-10.
A full food and drinks menu will also be available, served straight to your table while the action unfolds on the big screens.
Come half-time, and the action doesn’t stop, as WhyNot will be hosting 'half-time games' in the venue's Rose Street Garden area. Photo: Third Party