Belfast One is packed full of bars and pubs to cater for the most avid sports fans, showing everything from football to rugby to NFL. Whether you’re in the mood for a chilled out atmosphere or 8 big screens and surround sound, there’s somewhere to suit your sporting needs!

The Garrick Bar

29 Chichester Street

As one of Belfast's oldest pubs, The Garrick combines old school Belfast with great food and great sports. Showing football, rugby, GAA, golf and more every day of the week, you're sure to find the game you're after on the big screen.

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The Hudson Bar

10-14 Gresham Street

Named as the best pub in Northern Ireland to watch Euro 2016 last summer, The Hudson Bar offers more than just football on it's big screens with everything from rugby to NFL. Their legendary chicken wings make the perfect half-time snack too with 11 different varieties to choose from, including Buckfast BBQ flavour!

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The Morning Star Bar

17-19 Pottingers Entry

Nestled between Ann Street and High Street in Pottingers Entry, The Morning Star is easily identified and a must for anyone anxious to see a living ‘museum piece’ of old Belfast while catching the match.

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McCracken's Bar

4 Joys Entry

McCracken's Café Bar is tucked away in historic Joy's Entry, however, it is truly 21st century in style with comfortable and relaxed surroundings, a stunning contemporary interior and a great outdoor smoking area.
All major sporting events are shown on large HDTVs throughout the bar making it the perfect spot to cheer on your team.

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Aether & Echo

1-3 Lower Garfield Street

If you're looking for somewhere to watch sport, enjoy lunch and party into the wee hours all under one roof, look no further than Aether & Echo!
The bar is showing all the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers, televised Premier League games, as well as a full programme of rubgy, GAA, golf and more.

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The Kitchen Bar

Victoria Square

A Belfast institution dating back to 1859, visitors experience a full range of drinks, home-cooked traditional food, entertainment and, of course, great craic!
Claiming to have the 'biggest screen in Belfast City Centre,' you'll never miss a moment of the game at The Kitchen. If the game or sport you're looking for isn't on just ask and they'll get it on for you.

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Monico Bars

17 Lombard Street

Located on Lombard Street, Monico Bars is one of the few remaining traditional Irish bars in Belfast.
The bar serves an array of liquor, home cooked food, live music and live sports throughout the week, including horse racing, football and more!

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