BOOMERANG BISTRO AND BAR
60 Robertson Quay, 01-15
Located alongside the scenic Singapore River, Boomerang serves Aussie pub grub (including parmas and pav) with a side of live sporting events. This is the place to catch AFL, NRL, Super Rugby, English Premier League, NBA, and more. They publish a what’s on guide to sporting events on their website, so you’ll never miss a game.
THE PENNY BLACK
26/27 Boat Quay 049817
This cosy Victorian style pub, located at the start of Boat Quay near Raffles Place, has long been a go-to establishment for expats craving live sports screenings with a festive atmosphere. Grab a pint and a pie and enjoy rugby, football, boxing, tennis or Formula 1 on one of their six screens.
3A River Valley Road, #01-01
Merchant’s Court, 179020
Irish bar McGettigan’s is our choice of venue for ANZA’s AFL Grand Final day, and we reckon it’s a top spot to watch a big sports event. They have multiple TV screens and mega-screens showing Premiership and Championship League Football, GAA, rugby, cricket, NFL, horse racing, tennis, and more. Fan favourites from the menu include Bangers and Mash, Fish and Chips and the full Irish breakfast!
442 Orchard Road, #01-02 to 05 Claymore Connect, 238879
Muddy Murphy’s has six big screens to catch live sports and it really heats up around big global events like The World Cup, Premier Leagues, Formula 1, and the US and French Opens. A favourite with expats, it’s a great place to have a few pints (Old Speckled Hen, Kilkenny, Heineken, Guinness and Erdinger Weissbier are on-tap) and there’s decent pub grub. You’re guaranteed a craic.
Various outlets – Riverside Point;
Orchard Rendezvous Hotel;
Singapore Indoor Stadium;
This slick microbrewery screens a multitude of sporting events every day of the week, including soccer, rugby, basketball, and more. Want to watch something that’s not listed? Just ask their staff and if it’s playing – they’ll pop it on. Try one of their craft beers, paired with a tasty burger or pizza.