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This lively Irish pub offers 27 televisions showing football, American football, rugby and much more.
Basel’s largest sports bar has everything guests need to enjoy sports events live with friends and like-minded people over a beer, drink or snack in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Champions Sportsbar really lives up to its name: here you can watch your preferred games alone or with friends, live on big screens. Tasty burgers, beers and drinks will get you in the mood and cater for small or big appetites.
Not only for FCB fans. Right next to the “Joggeli” stadium, the Rotblau Bar is of course a fan bar, but fans from other clubs and sports will also get their money’s worth. The bar serves wholesome Swiss fare and burgers as the perfect food to accompany live viewing.
Didi Offensiv is a bar run by football fans for football fans. The matches are shown live here and the football-mad owners hold regular events based on the beautiful game.
In Flanagan’s Pub you will find a huge selection of Irish and international beers, Irish and Scottish whiskies, 4 HD flat screens showing Premiership, GAA, football, rugby and NFL games, and much more. Tip: Flanagan’s is also the perfect place for a quick lunch.
The cult venue on the border to Allschwil also puts on regular live viewings of popular sports as well as many other events.
The classic among football bars. In the Badischer Bahnhof all games are shown on big screens and TVs in the bar, concert hall and on the terrace.
Basel’s Paddy Reilly’s is the ideal place to visit; featuring a mixture of the traditional and the modern with a lively atmosphere seven nights a week. In Ireland the pub is not just a place to have a drink; it is often the heart of the community. Paddy Reilly’s is a place where people meet, relax and make friends. This makes the pub different from other bars in Basel.
At Mr. Pickwick, guests enjoy a genuine pub atmosphere, English sport broadcasts on mega plasma TVs, traditional snacks, and a premium selection of English and Irish beers.