Best Sports Bars In Glasgow

Whether it's the SPL or the Premiership, the tennis or golf; folks in this city love getting together to watch their athletic heroes in action. And with such an unbridled passion for the 'beautiful game', there are plenty of watering holes showing all the fixtures throughout the week. If you're wondering where to spend your next match day, here are Glasgow's best sports bars.

Last updated on 22nd January 2023

Curler's Rest

154 user reviews 4

The Curler's Rest is the West End's rugby HQ. A busy hangout on Six Nations match days, this is a great gastropub where you can watch all the nail-biting action while chowing down on juicy burgers, tipping back perfectly poured pints and enjoying a buzzing atmosphere.

Walkabout Glasgow

227 user reviews 4

Offering a slice of down under in the heart of Glasgow, Walkabout is the Aussie-inspired bar fronting all things live sport. Decked out with surround sound and huge projector screens, plus home to unbeatable drinks packages, it's the perfect weekend haunt.

The Horseshoe Bar

21 user reviews 3

Renowned as one of the best sports pubs in Glasgow, The Horseshoe Bar is a big fan of the footie. Boasting numerous big screens across the shop with excellent views of all the action, as well as being home to drool-worthy grub and draught pints, this joint is popular for a reason.


12 user reviews 5

A renowned Southside favourite, Granary regularly screens big sporting events across the year. Not only does it boast multiple HD TVs showing the football, rugby, Formula One, boxing or anything in between, but also delicious grub and tasty pints.

Drum & Monkey

180 user reviews 4

An American-style pub nestled in a 1920s building, Drum & Monkey is as cosy as they come. It also promises unbeatable sports screenings, complemented by an extensive selection of real ale and mouthwatering bar snacks, not to mention a totally electric atmosphere.

The Golf Lounge

2 user reviews 4

The Golf Lounge is a Sauchiehall Street bar that lives and breathes sports, showing most of the games throughout the week. Whether you pop along to watch the fixtures with a drink and a bite to eat, or fancy practising your swing on over 50 different virtual greens, this hangout does it all to a tee.

The Raven

4 user reviews 5

Head to Renfield Street where The Raven is showing all the sports, from rugby and football to golf and tennis. On top of all that, this hangout boasts one heck of a menu, which features dishes such as Texas maple-smoked brisket, Nashville chicken burgers and loaded fries.


2 user reviews 5

There's never a dull moment over at Dram!, especially when there's a footie match on. You'll find a huge screen showing all the on-field action at the weekends, alongside lively banter, fantastic special offers and your favourite game day snacks.