Football Pubs In Manchester

Finding the right place to watch the footie is an art in itself; the perfect venue that combines good beer, big screens, comfy seats and top bar snacks, creating the ultimate sports experience. Luckily for all you fans, we've collected a list of the best boozers and bars this city has to offer. All you have to do now? Select one of the best football pubs in Manchester and get your shouting voices ready.

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Last updated on 31st May 2024

Beech Inn, Chorlton-Hardy

Football fan? At the Beech Inn, Chorlton-Hardy, you won't miss a single game. Enjoy your hand-stretched pizza and craft beers while catching all the live sports action on HD screens blasting Sky Sports. And for the competitive folks out there, don't forget to join in on their weekly quiz with a cash prize up for grabs. Game on.

Box Deansgate

If only a sports bar on Manchester's Deansgate will do, Box is your best bet. From the huge screens to having martinis on tap, it's one cool spot to watch the football. These guys also boast shuffleboard for halftime or after the game, so you'll be sure to while away the hours here.


Fancy catching some football action in a 16th-century building dating back over 100 years? Head down to Roebuck on Church Road. This historic boozer has plenty of fun events going on all year round, like pub quizzes, comedy nights, live music, and sports screenings. Plus, their massive menu of traditional British delights and award-winning beers, wines, and more will keep you fuelled all day.

Cafe Football

Not only is this football bar in Manchester called Café Football, but it's run by a bunch of the Manchester United Class of '92 boys, so you could say a good game is always guaranteed. Chomp on delicious food while watching a match, with wine and craft beer from dozens of countries.