Sports Bars in Glasgow
Glaswegians love their sport. Whether it's the SPL or the Premiership, the rugby or Formula One, tennis or golf; folks in Glasgow love getting together to watch their sporting heroes in action - better still with a pint in hand. With such a passion for the Beautiful Game, there are lots of bars and pubs in Glasgow showing footie throughout the week and at weekends. As for more seasonal sports, lots of Glasgow bars get in on the action. If you're wondering where to spend your next match day, wonder no more, here's our pick of the best spots for sport in Glasgow.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Waxy O Connor's is a stylish and sprawling pub in Merchant City with a great emphasis on sport. Call in for a pint and a bite and catch live matches from the SPL, Premiership and GAA for the Irish contingent too.
Committee Room No.9 is a stylish pub in Merchant City where sports gets pride of place. Spend your weekends hanging out with good friends, great food and a bit of footie, all you need for a super Saturday in Glasgow.
Record Factory bar is a chilled hangout to catch some sport in the evening or at weekends. With screens scattered all around the bar, you'll never miss a kick, while big bashes on match days, make Record Faktory a fun spot for sports fans.
A favourite destination among those loyal sporting fans out there, Walkabout should be your top choice for a rowdy night out where you can watch sports in Glasgow. Boasting big screens, a bar well stocked in beer and food of the barbecue persuasion, Walkabout is a haven for Aussie led partying and screening the biggest sporting events going down.
Plasma TV screens scatter this Argyle Street hangout, making this a prime spot for sports viewings in Glasgow. Showing all the big games as well as everything in between, this is a top choice for watching sport in Glasgow. Plus, the peckish can get involved in a whole host of food and drinks deals, including 2-4-1 pizzas between 12-3pm Monday to Friday.
Sports bars don't get much sportier than The Golf Lounge. You can not only watch sport there, but you can play it too. Along with virtual golf that allows you to play over 50 courses from around the world, there are lots of screens so you never miss a goal, a try or a putt, while you're practicing your swing.
The Curler's Rest is the West End's rugby HQ. A busy hangout on Six Nations match days, if you're looking for a great gastro pub to catch all the action the Curler's Rest is worth a try. (Try, geddit? Nevermind.)