Best Sports Bars In Brighton
It's no secret that this town is mad for its sports - wouldn't you be if Brighton & Hove Albion were your local football team? Lucky for fans, this seaside paradise is packed full of great venues to watch all the big games. From designated viewing spots to old school boozers and big-screen extravaganzas, check out our guide to the best sports bars in Brighton.
If you like your spirits high and your Guinness prices low, then Fiddler's Elbow Brighton is the spot for you. You can catch everything from horse racing to the Six Nations while sipping on a pint of Guinness that costs you less than £3. Is there any sweeter taste?
Flauting top-notch screens across the venue, The Hampton is a firm choice when it comes to World Cup antics in the town. Gather your pals and catch all the action with a pint in hand. And if you've worked up quite the appetite? Explore the mouthwatering Indian menu.
The Lion and Lobster is one of the most iconic bars in Brighton, and has always got your back when it comes to catching all the match-based action. Offering delicious pub grub, and extensive coverage, it's a cool, chilled-out spot for all fans' sporting needs.
If you're looking for one of the best pubs in Brighton for some fun-fuelled antics, The World's End is a firm choice. This fabulous boozer not only has a Scalextric track and an epic escape room, but it also has plenty of space to catch the footie on the big screen.
You can't move in Font Brighton without coming face to face with a screen. This popular haunt is not only known for its non-stop drinks deals and big plates of globally-inspired snacks, but they also have great vibes and music for post-match antics with pals.
Pier Nine is a great sports bar in Brighton for footie antics. From mega screens to HD TVs, they're screening the best, from football to cricket. Pouring cold pints alongside karaoke and casino options once the game's over, it's a premium all-rounder.
One of the best pubs with Sky Sports in Brighton, The Fitz Regent also has you covered in the food and booze department. Think bottomless pizza brunches with free-flowing fizz and Guinness, a mix 'n' match tapas menu, and plenty of classic pub grub like steak pie.
With ten screens, you'll be hard-pushed to find a game that's not being shown at New Unity. Should there be something not advertised on their lineup though, get in touch with the team and they'll provide you with your own space - it's like your living room, but better.
Ancient Mariner is a lovely, cosy pub that's great for live sports screenings. While you watch the matches, get stuck into the fantastic menu which takes inspiration from East Asia, as well as the lip-smacking tipples. Need a break from the action? The sprawling outdoor area is ideal for a breather.
A good old fashioned real ale pub in Hove, it's only natural that, alongside tasty grilled grub and slap-up roasts, you can find most football fixtures being shown here. Thought it couldn't get any better? The Exchange also boasts a giant projector screen and 3pm - 8pm happy hour.