Cricket Bars in Birmingham
Whether you think you're the next Kevin Peterson or just fancy keeping up with his latest cricket antics, there's a whole host of Birminghams to choose from when it comes to watching the cricket in Birmingham. From cosy boozers to raucous sports pubs, Birmingham has all the cricket action you'll ever need. Check out our recommendations for the best cricket bars in Birmingham and catch the latest wicketing wonders on the HD screen with a tipple in hand.
How does slurping on a cider slushy and catching The Ashes on a HD screen in one of Birmingham's best beer gardens sound? A traditional pub out front, and quirky beer garden boozer out back, The Lord Clifden are a fun and vibrant pub in the Jewellery Quarter that promise only the very best in live test matches and wicket wonders. Whether it's a seat inside or out, there's always a TV screen to catch your eye.
What with being one of Birmingham's only Australian themed bars, it's no surprise to find that Walkabout on Broad Street show some of the best cricket coverage in the city. What with cricket being something of an Aussie pastime, you can expect games and wicket banter galore as Walkabout show all the latest matches on their selection of HD screens and large projector screen with Aussie beers to boot.
They may be known for having a bum pinching ghost in their midst, but their also know for some of the best cricket coverage in the Jewellery Quarter. Catch all the latest wickets and test matches at traditional boozer The Queens Arms where their Sky Sports package is unparalleled. And if you happen to be there on a Thursday or Friday, it's 2-4-1 on scrummy pizza's to boot!
Not only one of Selly Oak's favourite traditional boozers, The Goose is a must for sports fans in Birmingham. Boasting a whole host of HD screens, pool tables and dapper Sky Sports coverage, cricket fans will do well to make haste for this traditional pub in Birmingham. From period features to traditional chequerboard tiles, where better to watch a truly British sport than in a truly British pub?