Depending on your feelings about soccer, the next three weeks will be late nights of exciting fun, or drawn out hell, with even less than usual to watch on TV. It's been a week-and-a-half since the World Cup started, and if you're not sick of it already, you're probably a fan. If you don't want to watch the games quietly at home, and need other soccer fanatics around to enjoy the action, here's a list of places showing the games as part of special World Cup promotions. At Pomeroy's in Pacific Place, you can get two-for-one Stella Artois all day, and the World Cup snack platter (calamari, potato skins, chicken strips, onion rings and nachos) with two bottles of Stella is available after 11pm for $100. For a chance to win air fares for two to France, hotel accommodation and tickets to the finals, head on over to the LA Cafe in Admiralty or the News and Sports Cafe in North Point. Customers get one entry for every $150 spent on food or beverage, or for each $99 bucket of San Miguel beers. The winner will be drawn at 7pm on July 7 at LA Cafe. At Dan Ryan's in Admiralty and Ocean Terminal, guests can win free San Miguel, and there will be a grand prize lucky draw of $16,000 in cash. At Sherman's in Lan Kwai Fong, customers can watch the action on big screen TVs, while enjoying special 'football shooters' for $39, and Carlsberg for $28. Staunton's Bar and Cafe has Budweiser two-for-one all day. In Wan Chai, BB's offers two-for-one on Sol on Mondays and Bacardi on Wednesdays from 9pm until closing. During June, it has two-for-one San Miguel, and in July it changes to two-for-one Samuel Adams and Miller Genuine Draft. If your team wins and you want to celebrate with some bubbly, Greenpoint sparkling wine is $299 per bottle and $55 per glass. At Delaney's in Wan Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui, fans can watch the games live while enjoying the new snack menu. Customers who buy a pint of Guinness, Harp, or Kilkenny can win free gifts, with a grand prize of two round-trip tickets to Bangkok with accommodation. Harry Ramsden's on Queen's Road East offers Budweiser for $20 a bottle during the World Cup period. Cosmic Noodles on Hennessy Road has two-for-one Stella all day, and Cosmic Shooters are $18 after midnight. If you've stayed up too late and need some re-fuelling to start your day, the restaurant has the Healthy Footballer's Breakfast for $30, including coffee. At the Stadium Sports Bar and Grill, fans can watch the games on the 250x210-centimetre screen or on one of the 40 TVs throughout the restaurant. Guests who order Carlsberg have the chance to win free beer and a limited edition football. They can also have special World Cup cocktails, such as the Brazilian Lion, Spanish Devil and Scotch Cooler. In Times Square, La Placita has two-for-one Stella all day, and World Cup nachos for $35 after 11pm. At Shooter's 52 in Times Square and in the Miramar Hotel, Carlsberg is $28 per bottle, and with each purchase guests have the chance to enter a lucky draw for an official World Cup soccer ball. Wild Orchids in Quarry Bay has two-for-one Stella, and the World Cup barbecue platter for $80. Planet Hollywood in Tsim Sha Tsui will be showing the semi-finals and final live on three 15-metre screens, with two-for-one Carlsberg. And, if you're really desperate, you can always watch the soccer action in the MTR stations - for free.