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Old 03.07.2013, 09:58 PM
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Not sure if this has been posted aside from the London thread.

Is there a list of pubs in each CITY / TOWN that show NFL, and which fans have been congregating ?

I personally would like to know where most fans congregate in Plymouth. Would much prefer a Sunday evening with like minded fans.

If you post your city and pub name, I'll compile a final list with addresses / tel nos.

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Old 04.07.2013, 02:57 PM
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great idea for a thread
i'm always havin weekends away to cities in the Uk
and would live to catch a game in a bar i know will show it with other fans
instead of being sat on my own (trying to ignore her) in a bar near the hotel

as i live in london i use NFL in London (sports bar and grill)
top venue
run by 2 great guys
very entertaining
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Old 04.07.2013, 03:45 PM
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In Crystal Palace: Paxton Arms, directly across the road from the station. Vast with many sceens and vastly empty on a rainy October Sunday evening.

Central London: Sports Bar in Haymarket, tis a staple.

Must check if the famous Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park shows the NFL, I'd surprised if they don't.

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Old 04.07.2013, 09:58 PM
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When I was at Uni in Nottingham there was Rileys that had it on and maybe Hooters as well not sure though about the latter
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In Crystal Palace: Paxton Arms, directly across the road from the station. Vast with many sceens and vastly empty on a rainy October Sunday evening.

Central London: Sports Bar in Haymarket, tis a staple.

Must check if the famous Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park shows the NFL, I'd surprised if they don't.
Sweet, I live near Crystal Palace and will have to check that out.

Do you know if they show college football, or am I pushing my luck?
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Aberdeen - Campus & Triple Kirks show NFL
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I'm looking for anywhere in Glasgow now that PJ Champs is gone
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Old 05.07.2013, 01:18 PM
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Sweet, I live near Crystal Palace and will have to check that out.

Do you know if they show college football, or am I pushing my luck?
Have never tried as I only really go to the pub because of the GP/Sky restrictions. Don't know if I'd have the balls to ask bar staff to turn on college ball on a busy Friday or Saturday night though!
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Just taking a pub in LONGRIDGE, PRESTON called THE OLD OAK

fully intend to show all NFL and college games with the potential for Thursday and Monday night license extensions
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Does anyone know about places in Hampshire??
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