Use this page to find your nearest Glasgow pubs showing live sport on TV. Have a look at the pub profiles below or use your postcode in the search box above to find one close by. Once you’ve found a pub, bar or sports café in Glasgow, click on their profile to find out all the info you need. There, you’ll see how many screens the pub has, whether it can show the match in HD, how big it is and whether it has an outside area to relax in when it’s warm. You can also read a description, see how other MatchPint users have rated it and look at some photos so that you can decide which pub is best for you. Finally, if you're a footy fanatic, you might want to use our pub finder for the whole UK, or check our compilation of pubs showing football.
MatchPint is the UK's favourite sports pub finder and perfect for scouting places to watch sport in Glasgow – why don't you gee us a quick look if you're north of the border? The Old Firm spice is up there with the sort of rivalries we see in Manchester and in El Classico, and the next best place to watch it is undoubtedly in a pub. With Rangers and Celtic dominating the sporting culture, it's easy to forget that the Glasgow Warriors rugby side are also a decent outfit, so you’re always in the need to find pubs, bars and sports cafes in Glasgow to watch all the best games.
As well as being the third most populous city in the UK, Glasgow is also one of only three cities to boast two teams competing European Finals in the same year. Way back in ’67, Rangers and Celtic contested the Cup Winner’s Cup and the European Cup respectively. The city also hosted the first international football match in 1872 between the Scots and England (thank you very much Wikipedia). With that sort of history you’re either an uncultured fool or a moron if you’re not on the look out for Glasgow pubs in which you can see this history continue…
Where do you go from here? Have a good old look through this page and, for pub finder fans amongst you, chuck your postcode in and find your nearest. Alternatively, you can leave the city and go and find somewhere else to watch the match. Surprisingly, we prefer the former alternative.