The Best Live Sport Pubs in Belfast
Renowned for its famous craic, these sports bars in Belfast are proper lively and exciting places to watch live sports, no matter what you’re into
If there’s one thing that makes watching live sports better, it’s a great atmosphere. If that’s exactly what you’re looking for but don’t know where to start, check out these amazing sports bars in Belfast where you’ll find big-screens playing all sorts, from the Premier League to The Ashes.
1. Franklins Sports Bar
Just around the corner from city hall you’ll find Franklins Sports Bar, a modern and stylish venue with some of the biggest HD screens showing sport anywhere in the city. With a mezzanine level above, there’s plenty of space to gather round with your mates to watch the big match. Although you won’t find a food menu here, there’s a great deal of drinks on offer from bottles to cans, all at fantastic prices too.
2. Ulster Sports Club
Just on the edge of Queen’s Square you’ll find Ulster Sports Club, an easy-going and atmospheric place to grab a few drinks whilst watching sports on their huge TV screen. As well as plenty of space to get sat down inside, there’s also a great outdoor space to enjoy as well. When there isn’t sports playing, they host regular live music nights throughout the week too.
3. Nancy Mulligans Sport & Music Bar
If you’re looking for a cosy atmosphere then Nancy Mulligans Belfast is the place to go. Inside, this old-world pub has walls covered in interesting quotes and artefacts from Ireland’s long history, as well as some classic sports memorabilia too. With great prices on drinks and plenty of space to get sat down to watch live sports, this place is a great choice.
4. Laverys Belfast
Noted for being the oldest family-owned pub still operating in the city, Laverys Belfast is somewhat of a legendary boozer, hosting punters since opening in 1918. However, don’t let the age of this Belfast sports bar fool you, as you’ll find a stunning and modern interior inside. Out the back, the sheltered seating area provides plenty of places to sit and watch the big screens, plus a gigantic HD screen inside with plenty of pool tables to enjoy as well.
5. The Wolf & Whistle
A fantastic all-day venue, The Wolf & Whistle Belfast is a fantastic place to eat, drink and watch live sports. Doubling up as both a restaurant and sports bar, there’s no bad day or time to have a few pints here. Inside, you’ll find a modern and contemporary interior with stylish décor, as well as a lively atmosphere that’s next-to-none.
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