Football Pubs In Manchester
Finding the right football pub is an art in itself; the perfect football pub combines good beer, big screens, comfy seats and top bar snacks, all essential ingredients to a great experience. Luckily for all you football fans, we have collected the best pubs the has to offer and squeezed them onto one convenient list for your viewing pleasure. So fear not, all you have to do now is select one of our recommended football pubs in Manchester and head down to spend an afternoon cheering on your team in comfort.
Last updated on 1st September 2016
Less tucked away, more heard from the sound of pint glasses clinking, Manchester Bierkeller is the hustle and bustle of any good German inspired beer den, with some Manchester attitude thrown in for good measure. Toting their own Shooters sports bar, premium Premier matches and league games alike can be enjoyed.
The Oxford assures a great atmosphere and incredibly wallet-friendly prices in the heart of the student section of Manchester. Grab a £2.45 pint or go for a burger and a drink at just £6.35 as this Manchester football pub keeps you more than covered with all of the action across both Sky and BT Sport.
Based in Manchester's Northern Quarter, Dive is fast becoming the city's favourite late night destination. Perfect for dancing the night away, the venue is also kicked out with large screen TVs, showcasing all the latest live sporting events from across the world. So grab a drink, get comfy and watch on their big screen as the world's best football teams do what they do best each weekend.
You want to watch the football in Manchester on a floor to ceiling projector in your own private room with friends? You got it. Want to watch it in the main bar with the crowd? You got it. Whatever you want, this excellent Sports Bar just around the corner from Piccadilly Train station has enough TV screens to screen all of the Premier League and International games.
Bringing a little bit of glitz and glamour to Match Day, Manchester235 shows major sporting events on giant screens. Enjoy a range of cocktails or premium beers while you watch the game, and maybe indulge in a little gaming of your own once the final whistle's blown at this top bar to watch the football in Manchester.
Watching the football doesn't have to mean being subjected to cheap lager and fatty food. For those who prefer their football watching experience with a little more refinement, Montpellier's makes the ideal spot. Showing all the Premiership games in glorious HD in their cosy basement bar, this Northern Quarter cafe bar offers a welcoming haven for football fans with a great selection of sandwiches and rustic sharers boards to graze on while you watch.
One of the Manchester locals' favourite places to catch a game. Tib Street Tavern is one the best Northern Quarter bars, offering a stylish approach to football. With plenty of comfy couches, leather booths and plasma televisions nobody has to miss out. If you're bringing along someone who is less football enthusiastic then the bar/pub offers a quieter, no football zone.