The best places in Lisbon to watch the game, whiles enjoying some food and drinks.
The Couch Sports Bar
Rua do Alecrim 21A
This hidden gem opened its doors in 2017 and has since become a big favorite for sports fans both visiting or living in Lisbon.
With its 30 screens and over 3000 channels to choose from, from all around the world.
No game is to be missed, whatever sport or team it is you wish to watch, the staff can help find it for you.
The food menu is relatively simple but nonetheless effective , with a good variation of Portuguese and English traditional “pub grub” food to a very acceptable price and drinks for all tastes it is a winner for all sport fans.
Hennessys Irish Pub
Cais do sodré 32-38
This traditional looking Irish pub was first established in 1996 but has since then changed owners in 2011, two of the new owners being Irish, knowing how an traditional Irish pub should be.
It has become so much more since reopening its doors, it’s now not only a good pub but it also has a gourmet kitchen with chefs that is focusing on serving tasty traditional both Portuguese and pub food all made from fresh ingredients, and of course, showing all the big games.
The Real Sports Bar
Av. Luis Bivar, 67
Doesn’t the name say it all? This sports bar located in the Real Parque Hotel has 3 flat screen tvs plus one big projector screen to accommodate for multiple games at once.
It serves both a light tapas menu and some loved pub grub dishes.
And it has variation of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks to suit everyone’s taste.
Rua do Crucifixo 58
This traditional English pub is located in one of Lisbon’s best know pub areas and offers multiple screens, a brilliant atmosphere, good food and a cold crisp pint, what else could you possibly want whiles watching your favorite game?
Vale do Pereiro 3A
If you want to experience a more traditional Portuguese atmosphere when watching the next big game is , this is the place for you.With two large tvs showing sport, football inspired decor throughout, a small but excellent menu of the day (always offering a veggie option which is rarer than you might think in Lisbon) and good cold beer, why not watch the games like the locals would?
CR7 Corner Bar and Bistro
Rua do Comercio 54
This trendy modern bar is located inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s Lisbon hotel. CR7 Corner Bar & Bistrô is a good option for game days with multiple screens.
The prices is a little more expensive than your average pub but food is good and well prepared and the cocktail menu is worth a try rather than a normal pint.
Rua Silva Carvalho N. 85
This little pub opened its doors 11 years ago and is since known for its friendliness and of course, football.
The pub is on the smaller side but if you find it to crammed you can find their sister pub Mignon sports bar just a few doors up on the same street.
The sports bar has 3 screens always showing different sport programs, a finger food menu with great quality food and a great selection of craft beers.
Cocas Place Bar
Rua Manuel Ferreira de Andrade 2
This bar offers pool tables, dart boards and some nights karaoke as well as shows your favorite game on flat screen tv and serve some basic food such as sandwiches and toasties.
its well priced and good atmosphere, small outside seating for warm evenings.