Don’t have tickets to the big game? Not to fear. We’ve rounded up just some of the best sports bars to watch the action (and score tasty snacks) no matter which Premier League team you’re rooting for.
The Porterhouse in London's Covent Garden
Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden, The Porterhouse is definitely a must for anyone wanting to catch the big game. Take a seat and sip on Irish artisan craft beers from Porterhouse Brewing Company, whilst watching all the major sporting events on their big screens and TVs. Explore their 3 different levels and you'll also find a cocktail bar serving an eclectic collection of cocktails, as well as the Dingle Whiskey bar for those who enjoy a drop of the harder stuff.
Cafe Football in Manchester
If you’re a foodie with a football crush, head to Manchester’s Cafe Football for gourmet grub influenced by the spirit of the game. More than just a typical sports bar, this Manchester mainstay handcrafts its dishes from start to finish, taking inspiration from the sport itself. Feast on nachos, burgers, sausage rolls...plus salads and vegetarian dishes. Then sit back and relax with 13 supersized TVs and a pint of ale.
Sporting Page in London's Chelsea
Where better to experience game day than in a local London pub? Head to the Sporting Page in Chelsea and watch some footie while taking in the local vibe of this neighbourhood pub. Sip a pint of seasonal brew, like Punk IPA or coffee milk stout, while you nosh on Welsh rarebit fondue or chicken, leek, and mash pie. During half-time, head to the front patio for some prime people-watching, or nab one of the in-house board games and make some new friends. Loser buys next round, after all.
Craving even more Premier League action during your trip to Britain? Go behind-the-scenes of your favourite team by taking a stadium tour.