Football Pubs In Manchester

Finding the right football pub in Manchester is an art in itself; the perfect venue that combines good beer, big screens, comfy seats and top bar snacks, to create the ultimate sports experience. Luckily for all you footie fans, we have collected the best pubs the city 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 pubs to watch the football in Manchester and get your shouting voices ready.

Last updated on 21st August 2020




If you're looking for more bang for your buck, with a side of sports, Slug and Lettuce Albert Square will sort you right this football season. Bringing you a whole roster of matches alongside affordable food and drink options, book a table to make sure you're in with the chance of bagging a seat before kick off. 

Lime Restaurant and Bar

7 user reviews 4

Boasting affordable dishes, crisp cold pints and a location tucked in the heart of Salford Quays & Mediacity, Lime Restaurant and Bar is no stranger to the footie crowd, bringing you plenty of HD screens and an outdoor terrace, perfect for a quick bit of vitamin D during half time.

Manchester Bierkeller

7 user reviews 3

Less tucked away, more heard from the sound of stein 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. Not only can you watch it in the beer hall, but the Shooters sports bar means Premier matches and cup games alike can be enjoyed.

The Green

5 user reviews 4

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. 

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 football is on their mind. Sat in the Museum of Football, you can get some delicious food while watching a match (though maybe don't wear your City colours), and they boast more than just lager: with global wines and craft beers from dozens of countries.

Tib Street Tavern

1 user review 4

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.