Where to Watch Super Bowl in Birmingham 2017
So it all comes down to this. America's biggest sporting event to kick off 2017 is here ... the 50th annual Super Bowl is back and bigger than ever. With things set to kick off late into the night on the 5th February, you won't want to miss a single throw, pass or touchdown of the live game. And you won't. Here's a list of the best places to watch the Super Bowl 2017 in Birmingham.
Last updated on 18th January 2017
Having secured itself a special late license for Super Bowl Sunday, the Church Inn on Great Hampton Street are starting things early at 7 PM. The kitchen has created a special American-themed menu full of heart burgers, huge hot dogs and other classic American comfort food treats. Showing every second of the action, sink into a cosy sofa and cheer on your team until the dizzying hour of 4 AM.
Based in the Jewellery Quarter, the Lord Clifden was always going to be showing America's biggest game, what with its reputation for showing the best sporting action. The team behind this venue have thought of it all, keeping their kitchen open later than usual and offering complimentary bar snacks to keep you well fueled until the games end at 3:30 AM.
Known for never settling and always looking to offer a memorable experience, the team at Birmingham's Walkabout bar are hosting a Super Bowl party as wild as a traditional tailgate experience. The game will, of course, be shown live on big screen TVs, but things don't end there. With a half time show of their own, competitions, giveaways and delicious comfort food on offer, there are few better places to watch the Super Bowl in Birmingham.
Despite being known for hosting huge club nights, Players Bar changes its tune for one night on the 5th February, handing over the reigns to Birmingham's Lions American Football team and inviting the city's party animals for a huge Super Bowl blowout. Costing £5 on the door and featuring huge sets by the venue's resident DJs, guests will be able to watch the Super Bowl on huge projector screens.
Kicking things off at 10 PM on Super Bowl Sunday, Rileys Sports Bar dives head first into all things American this Super Bowl Sunday. With huge projector screens and plasma screen TVs showing every pass, tackle, kick and touchdown, the bar will keep things light by serving all your favourite beers, wines and spirits. Tickets are only £5 and include a free welcome drink.