7 best places to watch the Premier League in England

The best bars to watch the Premier League

The Premier League is well underway and it’s a great excuse to head down to the pub and cheer on your favourite team. Here are some of the best venues with big screens, great food and a buzzing atmosphere where you can share the highs and the lows of watching your team in action.


Café Football


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Café Football has fast become one of the go-to destinations in Manchester to watch all the latest sporting action. Situated on the ground floor of Hotel Football, this sports bar is a meeting hub for Mancunian sports fanatics. With a fun atmosphere, you can enjoy a cheeky burger while cheering on your team.

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Bar Kick


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Bar Kick is one of the best places to watch the football in London. Located on trendy Shoreditch High Street, the bar has floor-to-ceiling displays of colourful memorabilia that will really get you in the mood to cheer on your team. There is also a daily happy hour between 4 and 7pm and the kitchen is open all day on the weekends.

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Shooters Sports Bar


Located in the heart of Liverpool, Shooters Sports Bar has plenty of cosy sink-in sofas you can reserve in front of their big screens. Staff will wait on you as you order pitchers of beer and buckets of wings that will be delivered to your seat as you kick back and watch your favourite team.

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The Brotherhood of Pursuits and Pastimes


The Brotherhood of Pursuits and Pastimes promises a sports experience like no other, with the thrills and spills of match day combined with the charm of an old-school gentlemen’s club. Step inside and you’ll find Chesterfield sofas, bankers’ lamps and bookcases and plenty of huge TVs to watch. If you’re feeling peckish at this bar in Leeds, sharing platters, burgers and homemade pies will hush your grumbling belly.

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The Lord Clifden


The Lord Clifden pub is located in the historic Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham. You’ll rub shoulders with fellow sports fans watching the match in the sizeable beer garden. Make sure you’ve left plenty of room for food, the menu will be sure to make your mouth water.

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Sharkey’s Sports Bar


Sharkey’s Sports Bar isn’t your conventional night out; discover a cosy sports den, decked out with pool tables, dart boards, comfortable lounge chairs and plenty of big screen TVs. Order some dishes from the bar and grill, then settle in for the night and get ready to shout and cheer on your team.

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Nine Sports Bar & Lounge


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Soak up the atmosphere of the legendary St James’ Park, home to Newcastle United, at Nine Sports Bar & Lounge. Enter to find a modern interior, comfortable seating and plenty of TVs. There is an extensive menu of food and drinks including cocktails to enjoy whilst watching the latest sporting action.

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05 Nov 2019(last updated)

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