Sports Bars in Manchester
Our city is more than renowned for its world famous sports teams, Man City and Manchester United ring a bell? And fans can now find the perfect bar to gather in their masses and get behind their team with this recommended sports bar guide. Whatever your sport of choice is Manchester has the right kind of bars to keep the drinking maintained and the sport fan inside you entertained for every game, whether it be football, rugby, tennis or darts. Seven days a week throughout the year, check out the absolute best sports bars in Manchester.
Last updated on 1st September 2016
Dive may be a location with late-night parties and pumped up patties, but they're also one of the best sports bars in Manchester. From their HD big screen to their roster of football and rugby screenings, catch the matches in a cool, urban location.
As sports bars go, The Green, just next to Piccadilly train station, is at the top of the league. Not only does it boast a huge selection of screens to watch all your favourite sports, The Green is the sports bar that allows you to get involved in the action with its indoor virtual golf and pool tables. Whether you're shooting pool, or getting a hole in one, winning Sports quizzes or listening to live music and enjoying the classic pub menu, The Green is joining the big leagues as a top Manchester Sports Bar.
Based in the Great Northern on Manchester's Deansgate is a visually stunning and supremely entertaining luxury gaming complex and sports bar. With an array of restaurants, gaming tables, a dedicated poker lounge and a simply fabulous lounge bar, Manchester235 is the classically cool Manchester Sports Bar.
Not initially what you expect from Bierkeller, but much like Leeds, the all German drinking den is connected with one of the biggest sports bars in the city. Deep below Printworks, four bars are interconnected, creating a perfect sports and beers utopia. Expect coverage of all major sporting events, including The Premiership, Champions League, and The Ashes.
One thing Australians love is sports, and Walkabout on Quay Street in Manchester is no different. A huge selection of plasma screens, projectors and even a 3D sports screen for those die hard fans that need the live experience. Incredible drinks offers and affordable food, including Kangaroo burgers, get in the Aussie rules spirit at Walkabout.
Pretty much the home of football screenings in Manchester, Tib St Tavern is the perfect place to catch all of your favourite teams. From match-day drinks deals and HD screens to a top roster of games, head on down for a serious sports experience in the city.
Coming at you with a name like that? It's no wonder that this location is such a great place to watch football in Manchester. Host to HD screens, top match-side bites and big game events, Cafe Football is premium in the sports department.
Montpelliers is neatly tucked away down a cobbled side street between Thomas street and Chapel street. A well hidden, unassuming little bar with incredible taste in food and drink. Down stairs the hidden basement space houses massive HD screens that show all the Premier League and Champions league action throughout the week. A brilliantly sophisticated bar for the more refined sports fan.