Cambridge, like any university city worth its salt, is pretty well stocked with pubs. Whilst quenching all those thirsty students is easy enough, keeping them entertained is another matter altogether. As a result, Cambridge is blessed with some cracking sports pubs. Below, we've hand picked what we think are the best pubs in Cambridge, bars that go above and beyond in their quest to deliver the best sports experience possible. Take a look through the list and click to see each pub's individual profile. This contains info on their schedule, how many screens they have, their menu and any exclusive drinks offers they might be running.
Pubs & Bars
On the outskirts of Cambridge, in picturesque Cherry Hinton, you'll find this gem of a pub. Expect pool, darts, children's play area, real ales, live music, a wood burning stove and of course, plenty of live sport on TV. The perfect place to roar Cambridge United onto glory of a Sunday afternoon.
The place to head in Cambridge if you're desperate to watch some live rugby with some fellow scrum enthusiasts. When heading down to the Alma you can always expect plenty of real ale options, a menu packed with pub classics and exceptional live music to once the day's sport has finished. Highly recommended.
The Earl Of Derby
This city centre B&B is home to an excellent bar that's well worth a visit if you're nearby. Think reclining into a red chesterfield, 4 big screens, plenty of great cask ale options and a very homely atmosphere.
Baron Of Beef (Cambridge)
This is a top sports bar serving up some of the finest pub grub you can get your hands on. Surely the best spot to watch the rugby in Cambridge. As you'd expect, you can always enjoy a buzzing atmosphere when England are playing.
Grain & Hop Store (Cambridge)
Lovely open plan space serving an excellent selection of beers and ales. With speedy staff, cheap drinks, scrummy eats and plenty of screens, look no further than the Grain Hop Store for all your sporting desires!