Where to Watch Sport In Birmingham
Don't worry if your TV Sports subscription has ran out, with our recommendations on bars to watch sport in Birmingham, you'll have the premium package. From Formula 1 races to projector screens primed for some of football's biggest matches, a sports bar in Birmingham is a vibrant alternative to an afternoon in front of the telly. So get your game face on, round up your mates and head down to our pick of where to watch sport in Birmingham.
Last updated on 1st September 2017
The Old Crown happens to be one of Birmingham’s oldest pubs, which means it’s got just that much more experience with playing sport in Birmingham. Situated in a Grade II listed building and a dreamy beer garden for the summer months, if you want to watch the big game in The Old Crown, there’s lots to keep you occupied with during half time.
Boasting what might be the biggest collection of televisions at any bar in Bimringham, Walkabout have 14 50" screens, 2 screen projectors and a number of 3D TVs all primed and ready for the action to begin. With offers on drinks and food to boot, you're guaranteed a great time as you catch the match in all its high-definition glory in this Aussie themed party bar.
A cool and quirky urban art bar in the Jewellery Quarter, The Lord Clifden is the perfect hang out for sports fans. Boasting 6 large HD and 3D TV screens, from unbelievable goals and huge shots to big tackles and great saves, you'll never miss a moment of sporting action here. No more will you have to choose between sports and the sun on a summer's day.
Set over two floors in Birmingham’s biggest party street, Lloyds bar offers fun time party vibes as well as a bar packed with HD screens. Showing everything from football to tennis to rugby, the bar offers the plethora of Sky Sports’ coverage while supplying cheap drinks and pub grub.
A traditional pub in the heart of Selly Oak, The Goose is a spacious bar where sports fans can feel right at home. With several HD screens dotted around the walls and drinkonomical prices defining the bar, you can celebrate in style or drown your sorrows, whatever the outcome of the big match might be.
The Texan Roadhouse is probably the biggest sports bar in Birmingham. They’ve got a 12ft wide HD projector, 17 screens, and all the beer you can drink served by the pint, bucket or jug. Their American food is served by cowgirl waitresses too, for the whole American experience.
Watching sport in the sunshine of Birmingham's summer's have been made both easy and exciting thanks to Hennessey's outdoor big screen showcasing some of the biggest sporting events of the year. But even if you're a bit of a fresh air recluse, there are 8 HD screens scattered about the bar that will leave you spoilt for choice when it comes to where you'll settle down for the afternoon.
Having taken Britain by storm, Riley's is a chain of sports bars that never fail to please even the most miserable sports fans. Whether you're watching your team strut their stuff on the big screen, or simply looking for a quiet place to play some pool with your mates, the lively, easy going atmosphere that defines each of their venues is sure to leave you with a beaming smile and a swaying head full of booze.