Curler's Rest are all about giving you an authentic Scottish pub experience thanks to its cosy decor, traditional dishes and burning log fires. Also bringing games to the West End, Curler's Rest show regular sports matches, so settle in with a few drinks and soak up the action as it happens.
Football Pubs in Glasgow
Ah the beautiful game... Nothing beats the football, whether it's a Saturday afternoon derby or an epic European head-to-head. Why watch the action at home when you can be down the pub with a big screen, sharing plates and booze in front of you? There are some cracking places to drink in our city that have unbeatable vibes on match days, so for all your SPL, Premiership and international games, check out our guide to football pubs in Glasgow.
Waxy O'Connors are mad about all things sport so it's little wonder it's also one of the best places to watch football in Glasgow. Park yourself in this Merchant City pub on match days for incredible banter, delicious dishes and pint loads of big screen action.
The Raven is a modern pub located in the heart of Glasgow's city-centre, specialising in roast meats, juicy burgers and craft beers. Heading here on a match day? You can catch every thrilling moment across thirteen wide screen TVs showing all the top games as they happen.
Record Factory is a cool bar, club and restaurant in the West End which also happens to be one of the city's best football hangouts. The West End bar is littered with big screens showing all the major matches, so you never have to miss a corner, a free kick or a penalty ever again.
The Golf Lounge is the sports bar above all sports bars and a great football pub in Glasgow. Why just watch the match, when you can watch it while working on your golfing too? A virtual golf bar with big screens and fun vibes, this is the ultimate hangout for sports fans in the city.
Sports fans can get their footie fix at The Crafty Pig Brewhouse & Smoke Pit with beer, burgers and games for you and your mates to have a crack at during half time. Settle down in their Games Room with live coverage, beer pong and ping pong tables to keep the competitive energy flowing.
Dram is cool city pub that's passionate about football. Often hailed as the place to be in the weekend on match days with special offers, incredible pub grub and lively banter, so if you're seeking out some Tartan Army co-horts, this is probably where you'll find them.
If you're searching for a sports bar in Glasgow? Rab Ha's is a Merchant City bar, restaurant and hotel that serves a lengthy selection of bottles, draughts, wine and spirits alongside a menu of seasonal Scottish cuisine. Head here on match day and indulge a little while catching all the action.
Innis & Gunn on Ashton Lane make sports and football match screenings look easy thanks to an on-hand projector for a mega viewing experience. Topped up with craft beer and badass burgers, it's an easy win whatever team you happen to be supporting that day.
Munro's is a cool West End craft beer bar, that doubles up as a great football pub. With lots of great seating, tasty grub and of course, those dang good crafts by the cask and by the bottle, this great West End local is just the spot to become your resident footie go-to.
Boasting seven screens around the venue, and a snug area for private viewing, Kitty's is giving you plenty of reasons to pay them a visit when the football's on. Enjoy some classic Irish hospitality with craft brews, sharing plates and a lively crowd at this top Glasgow pub.
The Ark isn't just a popular student hangout, but it's also one of Glasgow's top football pubs. Gather your pals revel in an unbeatable experience that combines happily affordable food and drink with enormous screens to recreate the lively atmosphere of being in a stadium.
Committee Room No.9 is a top football pub disguised as a chic city bar. With stylish surrounding, delicious cocktails and great food that is simply made for sharing... it's the perfect place for groups to gather on match days in Glasgow - whether you're a footie fan or not.
Katie's Bar is a gay bar in Merchant City that's mad about football. The John Street haunt rarely misses a big match and is a lovely place to chill out on a Saturday, or swing in mid-week for a big championship game, with a fun crowd and welcoming vibe for enjoying some footie.