Top Football Pubs: A must visit pubs during football trip

The first sport that comes to mind when people think of sports in pubs is almost always football. Football has become a need at any excellent pub today more than ever! Before or after a game, going to a sports bar is almost ritualistic. The best part about being in a pub after a football match is being surrounded by lots of people who are just as excited about it, after which everyone can stay out and discuss the highlights. In order for your football trip to be a success, we’ve listed a few pubs that you have to visit.

Futballarium – Barcelona

It is one of the best international football bars and is located 200 meters away from the Camp Nou.

There are certain traditions to respect when spending an evening at this Barça-devoted place. It is part of the ritual to drink a beer before the match with other supporters. Its owner is a big football fan, so you’ll find in the bar over 100 shirts and 400 scarves bearing the effigies of the teams he supports. Their selection of draft beers is extensive, as are their bottle beers, during your football trip you have to try their own “Futballaria”. They also offer whiskeys and cocktails. The bar is also close to Sagrada la Familia. A trip to Barcelona wouldn’t be complete without visitng this cathedral, since it is an iconic part of the city. You should order “Fast Track” tickets before visiting the Sagrada Famlia, it is basically a mandatory visit, as the Holy Church of Gaudi’s annual attendance surpasses 3 million people per year.

The Famous Three Kings – London

There’s nothing like watching a game with English fans, who are known for being some of the biggest fans of football in the world. You’ll see this first-hand if you see a game of any of the top clubs in London. But apart from the stadium, there’s no better place to watch a game in the English capital than a traditional pub with good beer and pub grub if you want an authentic British football viewing experience. The Famous Three Kings is the place to be.

Three years in a row, in 2016, 2017, and 2018, it was named Sports Pub of the Year in the UK. They provide a lively game-day atmosphere and show a variety of sports, mainly football. Additionally, some booths included personal TVs that could be reserved for some of the greatest sporting events. The bar is located on North End Road in Hammersmith and Fulham. You can reach it easily as it’s close to the West Kensington train and metro stations. Make sure you reserve your spot during your football trip to London!

Tonin El Torero – Madrid

This bar is only open to Real Madrid supporters and fans. It has a significant Real Madrid history and culture, and there are numerous Real Madrid antiques and memorabilia on exhibit. These include a huge photograph of the Santiago Bernabeu and a jersey that the club legend Raul has signed. Some athletes have even stopped by in this bar to celebrate with their fans! Who knows, maybe they will come by during your football trip!

For its religious devotion to Real Madrid, this pub is a must-visit during your football trip if you’re a Los Blancos fan or wish to experience this thrilling atmosphere during matches. Additionally, it is one of Madrid’s least expensive bars. Half a litre of beer costs just 2.50 Euros and includes free tapas. Not one to be missed, for sure! If you will want to experience more international atmosphere then you should also visit La Fontana de Oro, which is an Irish sports pub but in Spanish-style. You can enjoy typical tapas and a drink while watching football and other sports.

St. Patrick´s  – Valencia

St.Patrick´s pub is an authentic Irish pub in Valencia. By taking some of the most authentic elements of Ireland’s great pubs, St. Patrick’s has brought them to Valencia’s heart, which makes it a great place to visit if you book a football trip to Mestalla to see Valencia CF.

Guests can relax and watch sports on one of the four TVs surrounding the bar while enjoying a variety of drinks, including Irish whiskeys and draft beers. This Irish pub in Valencia is renowned for its Irish whiskey and great beer, making it one of the best sports bars in the city. In addition to hosting language exchanges and other events every week, St. Patrick’s is one of the most popular meeting places for international students and travellers. Live music events can be held in the front area of the club, and they take place regularly. There are also large back areas that are perfect for parties, celebrations, and even karaoke.It is located only a few minutes’ walk from the Mestalla football stadium, so we recommend stopping by here to have lunch after doing the Mestalla stadium tour. During your football trip to Valencia you have to go visit this bar!

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