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Best Sports Bars in Nottingham

Robin Hood, Nottingham's most famous son, stole from the rich and gave to the poor; so too does MatchPint seek to help those of us unable to keep up with the spiralling costs of Sky subscription by providing a free service for punters wanting to watch the action in the pub. So if you're in Nottingham, and can't decide where to watch the footy or rugger on match day with rest of your merry men, simply type in where you are and MatchPint will direct you to the best pub in that area. The app will also tell you whether the game is being shown in HD, 3D or 5D (OK, maybe not that last one), and crucially what other punters think of the establishment.


Sports Bars and Sports Pubs

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Major Oak

24-26 Pelham Road/Victoria Street

0115 958 4825
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One of Nottingham's finest sporting pubs, with Sky Sports and ESPN on tap, as well as delicious local cask ales and the rest. There's also waitering service now so you don't even have to get off your backside to get the drinks in. We like.

Raglan Road Irish Bar

69-73 Derby Road

0115 958 3359
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Modern Irish Bar in the City Of Nottingham showing major sports!.Massive Rugby, Football, Golf ,Tennis & GAA Live Music & DJ ,Open Mic nights & Trad Irish Sessions 4 Nights a week. Food served all day Partly built into the caves with outside garden terrace and smoking area Ideal for wakes and funerals & celebrations with full catering available.

The Trent Navigation Inn

17 Meadow Lane

0115 986 5658
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Real ale drinkers in Nottingham have an absolute gem on their very doorstep in the Trent Navigation Inn. Stylishly furnished inside, this fine Victorian stocks 13 real ales, some of them brewed by their own fair hands on site. They are big on their cricket and will be hosting special Ashes deals throughout the summer including a full English breakfast to set you up for a day of pleasant pints with the sound of wood, willow and anguished Aussies going on in the background. Well worth a visit.

Rileys Nottingham

17A St James Street

0115 947 0620
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Darts, pool, late night closing times and ginoferous screens are just a few reasons why you should head to Riley's to watch all the big games. There are so many activities available, I just don't know if you'll have enough time. With cheap booze and great food to boot, there's not a lot more you could ask for, except a hot tub and bikini clad waitresses maybe...but seriously, if you're stuck for ideas, ring up your mates and get down to Riley's for match days. You'd be silly not to.

Southbank Bar

1 Bridgford House
Trent Bridge

0115 945 5541
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Located, wait for it, SLAP BANG in between The City Ground and Trent Bridge on the banks of the River Trent, this bar couldn't be better placed to serve you up a delicious pint with some great sport whether summer or winter. The Southbank has had a lovely new refurb and now boasts things like booths with HD screens built in to them (ooooh!). Seriously this is a cracking spot that is dedicated to showing sport. They have some great breakfasts and light lunches on offer and a top selection of real ales. Its a real favourite in the city and it's easy to see why!

The Approach

12-18 Friar Lane

0115 950 6149
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Located in the Old Market Square in the heart of Nottingham, this pub is sports crazy and can boast 7 HD screens to catch the action on. They show everything from footy to F1, rugby to horse racing - it's a sports fan's haven. Food is good and wholesome with Sunday lunch an option, as well as delicious Navigation real ales to wash it all down with. British Lions fans would do well to take note of this place, as they will be opening early for all the games on this summers tour down under.

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