It's not just German beers served in steins, waitresses and traditional dress and Oompah bands at the Bierkeller. It's also hosting one of the best sports bars in Leeds, with one of the biggest screens too, where they play the games live on their screens.
Sports Bars in Leeds
Football, rugby, pool, and darts - whatever sport you love, the sports bars in Leeds have it for you. With taps full of great beer, massive screens and sofas, you've got plenty of space to watch whatever sport you want around town. But if taking part is more your thing, these Leeds sports bars have pool tables, dart boards, and more to keep you entertained.
The Faversham won't play any old game, but if you want to watch football in Leeds during one of the special tournaments – World Cup, Euros, etc – you can catch the action at this fun venue. With a big capacity, it has one of the coolest atmospheres too.
Sitting on the River Aire, this Grade II listed building is the perfect place to watch sports in Leeds. Their plasma screens have all the viewing covered, and you can also play some pool at half-time too. Meanwhile, why not enjoy something from their Yorkshire-themed food menu while you watch?
Toast might sit in the middle of the financial district, but it's a lively sports bar in Leeds perfect for watching any game. Not only is there a great atmosphere alongside lashings of gin, rum and beer, you can have your fill of continental food while watching football on their many screens.
Leeds sports bars don't get much sportier than this. Not only do they boast 41 screens offering HD coverage throughout, you can enjoy a selection of hand-picked lagers, stouts and ales while the game is on. You can also bet live on their betting terminals as well, to add a bit of risk to it all.
This sports bar in Leeds is less concerned with watching sport as it is with playing it. While you could come here for tonnes of burgers, pizzas and beers, you can enjoy games of ping pong, pool and table tennis too. And with a license till 3am, you can play all night too.
Not a sports bar, but if you're looking for a bar to watch the football in Leeds and it's World Cup or Euros time, you can bet this independent venue will play it. And with it being one of the friendliest venues in town, you can count on a really cool atmosphere too.