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Where to watch Cricket World Cup 2015 in Vancouver

DH Vancouver Staff Mar 10, 2015 11:00 am

Cricket was introduced to the Vancouver area soon after the British arrived in the 1800’s. The earliest record of cricket in Vancouver is a match played on the Cambie Street grounds on Dominion Day in 1887. With the waves of immigration from South Asia and Africa, cricket has never been so popular in and around Metro Vancouver.

With the current World Cup of Cricket well underway, here are 5 great spots to catch all the action in Vancouver.

Mahony & Sons (Stamps Landing)

Mahony and Sons

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Beers, classic pub food and an unmatched setting. A great spot to watch a match.

Address: 601 Stamps Landing, Vancouver (False Creek)
Phone: 604-876-0234
Doors: 11:30 a.m.

House of Dosas

Open 24 hours, this Kingsway icon has great South Asian cuisine to get your ready for the next match.

Address: 1391 Kingsway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-875-1283
Doors: 24 hours

Moose Down Under


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Home to one of Vancouver’s best burgers, this Aussie pub in the heart of downtown Vancouver is a great place for avid cricket fans to congregate and watch the matches.

Address: 830 West Pender, Vancouver (basement)
Phone: 604-683-3300
Doors: 7 a.m.

12 Kings

Mount Pleasant’s neighbourhood pub is a great spot for fans of the sport.

Address: 395 Kingsway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-558-1208
Doors: 11:30 a.m.

The Pint

Located close to Rogers Arena, The Pint is a mainstay for sports enthusiasts.

Address: 455 Abbott Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-684-0253
Doors: 11:30 a.m.

DH Vancouver Staff
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