The Worlds Best Sports Bars

Published on December 21, 2020
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Rugby World Cup? Monaco Grand Prix? UEFA Champions League? No matter your sport or game, there is nothing better than watching on giant screens alongside friends and a roaring crowd while enjoying a few beers and good food. So put on your favorite teams’ gear and take a look at some of the best sports bars from around the world that boast an incredible atmosphere, with great food and drink choices and of course a shared love for some good sport.

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The Worlds Best Sports Bars

The Bleacher Bar – Boston

Boston is known to be a city that is packed with great sports bars, however, The Bleacher Bar is said to be the very best. Why you may ask? Well, firstly it’s directly situated underneath the centerfield seats at Fenway Park and features a huge window directly onto the outfield. Furthermore, the array of beers on the menu, as well as the food, is pretty awesome. But the real treat of the entire bar is bagging a seat right by the window and experiencing the game.

Satellite Sports Café – Amsterdam

Situated in Amerstadma, Satellite Sports Cafe provides a great, two-floor bar with a huge outdoor terrace that can be enjoyed by people with families as well. Satellite Sports Cafe’ is designed so that no matter where you are sitting in the bar you can watch sports on one of the many screens that basically cover every inch of the packed bar. The food and atmosphere are terrific and the saying goes that the ribs are absolutely incredible. Although The Netherlands may not be the biggest sporting country, this is still reviewed as one of the best sports bars in the world.

Cheers Bar – Sydney

Cheers Bar is one of the best sports bars in Australia and is open 24/7, which means that you can catch your favorite sports game at any time of the day or night. The vibe at the bar is electric as there are always people and fans cheering for their teams. Regulars of Cheers Bar not only love the sports but also the great selection of beers and pub grub. If you’re ever in Sydney and a massive sports fan, best you check this place out.

The Fireman’s Arms – Cape Town

The Fireman’s Arms first opened its doors in 1864 and is considered to be one of the oldest pubs in Cape Town. No matter if it, rugby, cricket, tennis, or Formula 1, this bar has you covered. Spectators get to enjoy nine 46-inch flat-screen TVs as well as two huge additional screens with incredible digital sound. But that’s not all, fans get to enjoy other activities such as quiz night, once a week, where regulars try to show off their sports knowledge. Another favorite of this bar is the way in which it is largely decorated with awesome South African sports memorabilia. If you want to get a good seat, its better you go early before all the locals get there!

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