Where to watch the Rio Olympics 2016 in Birmingham

Discover the best pubs and bars showing the Rio Olympics 2016 in Birmingham with our hand-picked guide! There’s no shortage of sports bars in Birmingham showing the Olympics this summer, but where are the very best spots? We can’t tell you whether Mo will retain his 10k crown or just how many records Usain Bolt will break, but we can reveal the best places to watch Rio 2016 in Birmingham.

Last updated on 15th May 2016

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The Lord Clifden

4 user reviews

Winner of the coveted Best Entertainment Pub in the UK award just last year, The Lord Clifden is one of the very best bars to watch the Olympics in Birmingham’s Jewelry Quarter. A characterful spot known for its urban street art interiors and fantastic premium lagers, watch all of the live action from Rio on six large HD and 3D screens, with the BBQ cooking up some meaty delights in the beer garden.

Happily Affordable ££
Jewellery Quarter and Summer Row

Walkabout Birmingham

2 user reviews

Fresh from a January facelift, the Walkabout offers a superb atmosphere and some of the best offers, perfect for kicking back and watching the Olympics in Birmingham. Tuck into an unrivalled spread of Aussie food and drink, look out for the Monday Club and Walkabout Wednesday discounts and watch the action live from Rio on big screens and projectors placed around the venue.

Drinkonomical £
Broad Street

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