Football Bars in Birmingham

Look, we all love football: if you're born on this little rock of an Island then it's basically in your blood. But luckily, so do these football bars in Birmingham. Promising the biggest matches from cup games and the Champions League, to lesser known team games that you only hope will reach the premiership one day, these bars in Birmingham promise great pints and an even greater selection of HD TVs to watch the game on. So check out our recommendations for the best place to watch football in Birmingham and wear your colours with pride.




The Lord Clifden

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The Lord Clifden is always here for your sporting needs should you find yourself in the Jewellery Quarter. With tonnes of continental lagers to keep you well refreshed while cheering on your favourite teams, and once it's all over, you can party in their Banksy-covered beer garden to some of the finest DJs around.

Walkabout Birmingham

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Walkabout in Birmingham not only play some of the biggest matches in the world, they're renowned for their Champions League parties and footie spirit. This modern Aussie themed bar in Broad Street have everything from HD screens and screen projectors to 3D TVs that ensure you wont miss a single second of the match. 

Birmingham Bierkeller

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Birmingham Bierkeller offers more than just a place to watch the football in Birmingham. While their Shooters bar plays sport on their several screens – including the largest non-cinematic screen – there's beer from the Bierkeller and the Around the World Bar should you want to diversify your alcohol drinking all in the same space.

Rileys Birmingham

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Of all Birmingham football bars, Rileys has got a bit of a reputation for being the rowdy late night spot. As it's open 24 hours a day, time escapes you and suddenly you appear in the early hours of the morning hungover, with a hoarse voice and pride in your chest after your team's won. This Birmingham sports bar also boasts pool tables, a fanzone and an extensive bar.

The Prince of Wales

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Prince of Wales is a two-headed beast: on the one hand, it's a traditional pub serving up a range of beers and all the sporting action you could need from its screens. But once the match is over, head into the beer garden and you'll be treated to a little tiki paradise, making it a great stop especially if you are bringing football-hating friends or partners.