So you're tired of the pasty pale complexion and lack of fresh sea air and you've decided to head to Brighton for the weekend. Wondering where you can watch the match whilst you dry off after a refreshing dip in the brisk Atlantic? Go no further as with MatchPint, all you have to do is enter your postcode and we'll find all the bars and pubs near you showing sport live on TV. If you're a true sports fan, then check out the list below for all the best sports bars across Brighton. We provide all the information you need from number of TV's, quality of food, and whether or not they have a nice beer garden to relax in the patchy sun. If you know of a particularly good one, contact us and we'll update the list for you.
Pubs & Bars
The Duke of Wellington
A pub that puts sport front and centre. Specialising in great ales, they serve them up with famous Pieminister pies. Located slap bang in the middle of town, these guys are mad about sport, especially football, rugby and cricket. Four big screens and three Sky boxes mean you can catch almost anything. Like any great British boozer, there's even a decent oche set up to entertain yourself between fixtures.
The Palmeira is in the other end of town which boasts plenty of big screen TV's so the game you want is more than likely to be shown. Though it is a Gunners pub, with the majority of the bar cheering on the Red & White Army, the pub accepts people from all walks of life and will only be too happy to accommodate. They've got a number of Ales on tap and constantly serve Harvey's, a local brew, so there's always bound to be a good selection of foamy alcoholic beverages. It's a large venue with room for around 150 but if you want a good seat it would be wise to book a table in advance.
Renowned for its mouth-watering stone-baked pizzas and giant projector screen showing all the sport, it's almost impossible to imagine a better bar in which to watch the game. Other features include a pool table and a thoroughly decent beer garden that's less than a stone's throw from Hove station.
The New Unity
Situated just off the up and coming London Road, Brighton's newest sports bar attracts a young and sporty crowd. With ten screens in a relatively small area, you are certain to get an unrivalled view of the match in here. Good service means they're happy to play commentary during the game and pump up the tunes at full-time.
A proper homely pub set in the leafy residential Fiveways area boasting a giant projector screen and serving up the best Sunday roasts in town. It's also known for its community spirit and hosts regular quiz nights.