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The Big Game: The Top 5 Sports Bars in Moscow

Sport fans in Moscow can watch the Superbowl this Sunday at these Top 5 sports bars.

Novy Arbat street, 21, +7 495 6911130


Metelitsa Sportland

Sportland is the №1 sports bar in Moscow, showing live sporting events from all over the world. Now in Sportland there are more than 60 screens (impressive figure) - when you can watch up to 20 sports events at the same time. Viewing areas include the main floor and 2 VIP rooms. In the bookmakers you can make any bet on all kinds all sports, making your live viewing more entertaining. At Sportland you will find a wide choice of dishes with very big portions, capable to satisfy the hungriest fan.

Bolshaya Lubyanskaya street, 24,


Liga Pap Bar

Liga Pap is a cool mix of a bare brick and wooden beam interior with the latest technology in the form of plasma TV screens. More than 20 large-format TV panels and the huge projective screen, cosy tables and sofas. At the restaurant you can find draught beer to everyones’ taste. The meals are quite tasty and reasonably priced.

Kostiansky pereulok, 7/13


The Bobby Dazzler Pub

The Bobby Dazzler is an unofficial Manchester United fan’s residence in Moscow. It is a decent pub with loads of entertainment and helty choice of bear. Visitors come here to watch sports games on big screen and chat with fellow fans.

Protochny pereulok., 11, +7 495 7805888


Tinkoff sports bar

This is famous for signature micro-brewed Tinkoff beer and delicious food. Tinkoff has a very industrial design and occupies 2 floors of a modern metal and glass building. Large TV screens on the walls make this place a total bliss during sporting events.

Taganskaya street, 21, +7 495 9952333


Kolbasoff, Chain of Restaurants

Kolbasoff is a chain of Russian-style beer restaurants serving profound dishes such as beef stroganoff, pork in mushroom sauce and sausages. It’s a perfect spot for fortifying oneself for the matches, projected on three plasma screens.

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