If you're planning to watch the Merseyside Derby this weekend but haven't got a ticket - we've got you covered.
There are plenty of bars and pubs showing the game where you can relax to watch the match with a pint or two or even a cocktail .
So whether you're a red or a blue - you can cheer on your club with your friends in the city centre.
Here's where you can watch the Derby if you don't have a ticket.
It might not be the most obvious place to watch the footy but the stylish Hilton Hotel in Liverpool city centre will be showing the Derby live on the big screens in both PIMA Bar and The Exchange Restaurant on Saturday from midday.
You can enjoy the Derby atmosphere in the heart of the city centre and if you fancy a bite to eat you can also reserve a table in the restaurant or bar, call 0151 708 4200 to book.
Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool, L1 8LW
Camp and Furnace
Head to the Fanpark at The Furnace on Saturday in the Baltic Triangle for fun, games and pints.
You can also an enjoy an eclectic menu in this cool warehouse space with upbeat weekend BBQs, plus cocktails, DJs and live music.
67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY
If you want to venture into the city centre then head to La'go on Colquitt Street.
The bar will be showing the Merseyside Derby with offers on beer for £2 a pint and £2.50 on house doubles until 7pm.
18-20 Colquitt Street, Liverpool, L1 4DE
Boston Pool Loft
If you fancy a game or pool or even shuffleboards then head to Liverpool's newest sports bar.
The bar will be showing the match on the screens throughout the bar as well as the big screen.
46-50 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4AQ
Rubber Soul Complex
Head to Mathew Street and soak in the atmosphere from the day at the Rubber Soul Complex.
They will be showing the game on big screens in the Rubber Soul and in the Kaiserkeller, which is the bar underneath the Rubber Soul.
If you're heading out early this Saturday and fancy fuelling up for the big day then the Shankly Hotel are offering a pre-match breakfast at the Bastion bar and restaurant from 8am to 11am for £10 per person all you can eat.
Load up on hot English breakfast options including bacon, eggs, sausages, hash browns, beans and more, or take advantage of the continental items including waffles, fruit, pastries and more.
Or if you鈥檇 like to enjoy the breakfast whilst watching the match, the Bastion bar and restaurant are also extending the all you can eat breakfast from 11am onwards and they will then keep your table for the 12.30pm kick off where you can enjoy exclusive drinks offers at the bar.
There will also be an exclusive half-time Bellefield Bingo with amazing prizes up for grabs. The drinks offers include a four-pint pitcher for £10, five bottles of beer for £12, and double up on house spirits for an extra £1.
Pre-booking is essential. For more information or to book please call 0151 541 9999.
Rack and Dollar
If you're looking for greats deals on beer then head to Rack and Dollar this Saturday. There are 28 TVs throughout the venue as well as huge screen.
You can get buckets filled with five bottle of Bud or Coors for £13.50 and Corona or Henieken for £15.
There are also five-pint pitchers on offer including Amstel, Coors or Heineken for £12.50.
You'll have to be early to grab a space at the bar as the table service is fully booked.
Fly in the Loaf, Hardman Street
Enjoy real ale in this popular and friendly city centre pub while you watch the game.
The pub also boasts a new menu and will be serving up hot dogs and fries for £8.50 in case you get peckish.
13 Hardman Street, Liverpool, L1 9AS
Riley's Pool and Snooker Club
This is another popular venue on a matchday and you would be able to watch the game on a large screen.
Also if you are too nervous and can't watch the full game you can play pool and darts, as well as keeping an eye on the game on the small televisions nearby.
Bolton Street, Liverpool, L3 5LX
If you can鈥檛 actually get to see the game from inside Anfield then nearest to life-size view of all the derby day action will be at Liverpool鈥檚 Bierkeller Entertainment Complex.
The Liverpool ONE venue has the biggest non-cinema screen in the city inside sports bar Shooters, which means it鈥檚 almost like being there.
And, because the Derby is one of the most crucial in the sporting calendar, it will be taking over three large projector screens in the Bierkeller Bavarian bar and screens in Around the World bar and lounge too.
Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool, L1 8LW
Lady of Mann
If you watch the game in the Lady of Mann you will be able to enjoy a range of good drinks and there are screens around the pub ?so you will have a good view of the game
Enjoy drinks outside if it all gets too much for you or a bite to eat.
We can recommend trying a Gin Balloon if you don't like beer.
19 Dale St, Liverpool, L2 2EZ
The Flute is another popular pub for football. There are a number of TVs that you will be able to watch the game on. It can get busy in there so make sure you are in early.
You can also enjoy two bottles of beer including Desparados and Peroni for £5.50 or two ciders for £6.50.
35 Hardman Street, Liverpool L1 9AS
O'Neills will be very atmospheric on cup final day and very busy, so if you are heading here it may be worth getting in early.
You will be able to enjoy the match on a number of televisions, and touch wood, if Liverpool win, you are in a great location to continue the celebrations in town.
68 Hanover Street, Liverpool, L1 4AG
Hope and Anchor
Another good venue to watch the football and it is very spacious so it won't get too cramped.
There is a good selection of drinks and plenty of screens so you will enjoy your experience of watching the final here.
Maryland Street, Liverpool, L1 9DE
Cross Keys, Earle Street
If you fancy somewhere a little quieter to watch the game then the Cross Keys is an option. There are a number of televisions inside and plenty of places to sit down and enjoy the game.
It will be open from 10am so you can get a good spec.
13 Earle Street, Liverpool, L3 9NS