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About: Head to Century Casino Bath to catch all of the games and matches you want to watch, with 27 screens you won't miss out! As well as screening all of the best sporting events, you can enjoy delicious food from their restaurant, drinks from their bar, and if you're feeling lucky why not take a gamble!
Address: Saw Close, Bath BA1 1EY
Telephone: 01225 308990
Hilton Bath City Hotel
About: When it comes to watching sport in Bath, you can do it in style with the Hilton Bath hotel. With Bath being such a sport-crazy city, the Hilton will be showing all the games that you want to catch, and offering special deals to accompany them.
Address: Walcot St, Bath BA1 5BJ
Telephone: 01225 463411
About: Lover of sport? Incredibly important to you where you sit and watch a game? Then, make sure it's the right place! With Framptons Bath you can sit and watch your faviourite sports games in a friendly and bright atmoshpere with delicious beverages and sensational dishes to keep you going throughtout the game!
With two very large screens showing BT Sport and only a 3 minute walk from The Rec, Framptons is the first choice for drinking and dining before, during and after the game. If you’re after a place to watch the Rugby World Cup then Framptons is the place for you.
Address: Framptons, The Empire, Grand Parade, Bath, BA2 4DF
Telephone: 01225 313680
About: Fuller's is Your Rugby Home for the Rugby World Cup this Autumn. You can watch the rugby action live on screen at The Huntsman from Japan where 19 teams from across the world will battle it out to take the World Championship crown away from holders New Zealand.
Fuller's built up an enviable reputation among rugby fans as the best place to catch a game on the big screen. Join the throng of like-minded fans on match days and feel the buzz of excitement and camaraderie.
Pick your games, book ahead and get a free coffee or pint of Guinness on arrival to help fuel you for the big rugby day ahead. As well as great hot and cold beverages, they have covered on great food with a wide selection of breakfast options as well as a Japanese themed Chicken Burger with Tonkatsu sauce and chips with a selection dips inspired by the World's continents.
Offers: For the 7 Nations they are offering special rugby burgers that are being served throughout for all games and Sunday Roasts on Sunday games.
Address: 1 Terrace Walk, North Parade, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1LY
Telephone: 01225 482900
The Pig & Fiddle
About: With both indoor and outdoor TV screens, The Pig & Fiddle is an ideal destination for sports fans in Bath. Sporting memorabilia can be found all over the walls; team shirts, competition skis, and even an oar from the 2012 games can be seen alongside murals, flags, comic book tables and comfy leather sofas. During a visit thirsty fans will be able to enjoy a selection of six hand pulled local real ales and ciders, plus a great range of lagers and wines.
Address: 2, Saracen Street, Bath, BA1 5BR
Telephone: 01225 460868
About: A proper old time pub in a charming little part of Bath. The Saracens Head offers traditional British pub food and great cask ale alongside all of the latest sporting action on large HD screens.
Address: 42 Broad Street, Bath, BA1 5LP
Telephone: 01225 426518
The Curfew Inn
About: If you're looking for a venue with a lively and welcoming atmosphere, then The Curfew Inn is the place for you. It's the perfect pub to enjoy a pint and a game of footy. This fan favourite, also offers a fantastic range of ales and wines as well as an extensive pub food menu; ranging from light bites to hearty snacks.
Address: 11 Cleveland Place, Bath, BA1 5DG
Telephone: 01225 313747
About: Flan O'Briens is Bath's premier Irish bar serving arguably the best pint of Guinness in town. Head down for live football, rugby and coverage all of other major sporting events. From Sky Sports and ESPN to Terrestrial channels, never miss a match day highlight again.
Address: 21 Westgate Street, Bath, BA1 1EP
Telephone: 01225 312914
The Assembly Inn
About: The Assembly Inn offers the perfect atmosphere for watching live sport on TV. With big screens for SS1 and SS2, ESPN, Premiership and International games plus a 3D TV, you can almost always catch what you're after. All major sporting events are shown here, including; football, rugby, cricket, Formula 1, tennis, athletics and golf.
Address: 16/17 Alfred Street, Bath, BA1 2QU
Telephone: 01255 333639
About: If you're looking to catch some sporting action in central Bath, this lively Irish pub shows many a fixture on its large screens. Spread across two spacious floors, Molloy's is an ideal venue for fans looking to enjoy a bite to eat and a pint of Guinness.
Address: 1 Barton Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1HQ
Telephone: 01225 789106
About: This no gimmicks boozer screens all major sporting events and is perfect for those wanting to enjoy a quiet pint and bit more space than what's on offer at neighbouring pubs. The Trinity's welcoming and friendly atmosphere combined with fairly priced pub food and drink, keep fans coming back again and again.
Address: James Street, Bath, BA1 2DA
Telephone: 01225 469456
About: When it comes to watching sport in Bath, Belushi's really does take the lead. The venue boasts an array of HD screens, two large projectors and a 3D TV. One of the most reasonably priced watering holes in town - it's easy to see why this popular city centre bar is always packed out on match days. With over ten screens showing live sports, pool tables and table football, you're sure to find something to keep you entertained.
Address: 9 Green Street, Bath, BA1 2JY
Telephone: 01225 481444