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Top Bars To Watch Soccer In Denver

June 27, 2014 7:00 AM

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The Three Lions (credit: threelionsdenver.com)

The Three Lions (credit: threelionsdenver.com)

The Three Lions (credit: threelionsdenver.com) (credit: threelionsdenver.com)
In the arena of sports, The World Cup ranks as one of the globe’s most celebrated and fiercely competed tournaments. Catch all of the action by tuning into your favorite matches between the nations at one of the sports bars below. Some of the bars open as early as 7 a.m. All of the venues serve up a healthy dose of spirit delivered by friendly customer service.
The British Bulldog
2052 Stout St.
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 295-7974
www.britishbulldogdenver.com
The British Bulldog is a haven for soccer and rugby fans alike. Opening its doors to the football loyal as early as 7 a.m. ensures you can catch your favorite team in real time. It’s been called ‘an honest pub with character and grit.’ The Bulldog serves hearty pub fare such as fried pickles, mac and cheese wedges with spicy mustard and even a specialty chicken masala seasoned to perfection. This full-service soccer pub also hosts great events centered around the sport itself and this year plans to celebrate The World Cup tournament en masse. It is also the official home in Denver for Colorado Rapids supporter group the Bulldogs and the U.S. National Selection Team supporter group the Outlaws. Check the website for more details.

The Three Lions
2239 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 997-6886
www.threelionsdenver.com
Enjoy the company of your fellow soccer patrons within the comfortable confines of The Three Lions. Modeled after some of London’s most infamous traditional pubs, Three Lions has earmarked itself as one of Denver’s leading soccer bars. It features a “Football” themed happy hour early on weekends from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., serving $3 Bloody Marys and mimosas to wash down a special breakfast menu. If you aren’t an early morning soccer fan, you can also partake in its regular happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. and additionally a late night special menu from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. every day. Catering to the physical and metaphorical appetites of its patrons, you literally have no excuse not to share a pint with friends at this pub.

Casey’s Bistro & Irish Pub
7301 E. 29th Ave., Suite 100
Denver, CO 80238
(720) 974-7350
www.caseysbistroandpub.com
At Casey’s Bistro & Irish Pub, soccer is its M.O. Casey’s endeavors to play every major soccer game across all leagues in the world. And when it comes to The World Cup, this spot plays the entire tournament start to finish. Surround yourself with some of the game’s most loyal fans while you enjoy “Soccer Beer Pitchers” for only $8, weekly Colorado Rapids ticket giveaways and a daily happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. For 2014, Casey’s will offer a World Cup Bracket you and yours can participate in for only $10 per square.

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Sobo 151
151 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
(303) 778-1560
www.sobo151.com
Sobo 151 serves the Mile High City a taste of world culture. As one of the premiere Czech bars in Denver, it serves up a healthy portion of sports and culture. Located in the historic Baker neighborhood, its walls are adorned with HDTVs and soccer (futbal) memorabilia, setting the stage for you to enjoy the big game. The menu will tickle your palate with authentic European cuisine as you watch the nations compete for glory. And when the game is over, you can exercise your competitive spirit on one of the pool tables or at various arcade games throughout the venue. At Sobo 151, you are welcomed as family, whether you are watching the game, enjoying a pint or shooting some pool.
Sports Column
1930 Blake St.
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 296-1930
www.denversportscolumn.com
Voted “The Best Sports Bar In Denver,” Sports Column delivers for fans of all athletic ventures by providing every major sports package television offers on big screen TVs that line its walls. The friendly staff serves up classic comfort and pub fare while you take in the variety of game-related memorabilia adorning the ceiling and walls. Sports fanatics will feel at home in an environment that caters to passion and serves up the games you are eager to see.

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Marian is a freelance writer with a passion for music, entertainment and nightlife. She writes regularly on assignment for Examiner.com as their Pop Music Journalist. You can view her page here.

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