Location: Bridlesmith Walk
Offers: Pizza and pint of Freedom lager for £11 during games
Screens: Three 52” screens and a projector outside
Soak up a bit of ‘istreh down Bridlesmith and visit the pub dedicated to the founder of AC Milan and local bloke Herbert Kilpin. They’ve got cheap pizza, proper beer, and they’ll be doing a sweepstake for 32 customers, with pints up for grabs. All games will be shown; it’s first come, first served downstairs, but if you want a seat up top, make sure you book in advance as the beltin’ atmosphere will get snapped up sharpish.
Location: Friar Lane
Offers: Food and drink packages from £5 per person
Screens: Two 20ft LED walls, over twenty HDTVs around the bar
Grab yer stein and clink it with the best of ‘em down at Bierkeller. This lot don’t muck about with screens, and they’ve got a variety of food and drink packages for your crew when you book. If you’re after the rowdy, big-crowd madness then this is the place to be with the venue holding 250 people. Shove that English rivalry to the side and get Bavarian for the games. Prost!
The Southbank Bar - Nottingham City
Location: Friar Lane
Offers: Eight-pint Carling beer tower with booth booking
Screens: 155” HD projector, 24 4K screens, or book a private-screen booth
Previously The Approach, Southbank City don’t do things by halves when it comes to sports. They’ll be showing every game with full surround sound, plus they’ve called in the eight-pint beer towers from their mates at Carling. If you book yourself a booth, you can bag one for free as well as getting a waitress service. They’ve got decent pub grub with a US twist, a large selection of beers, and great staff. Gerrit done, duck!
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