So yesterday was Champions League, today again... Therefore The Madrid Closet has made a list of Madrid's best places to watch a game.
To begin with, the Irish Pubs, its very typical that they have TVs and big screens on their bars. Here are some of the best irish pubs in the city:
O'Connells, Calle Espoz y Mina 7, a lot of tourists and a lot of beer where you can watch all the important games/sports events.
Dubliners, next to O'Connells, Calle Espoz y Mina. Same thing almost. Big place with big screens.
The Irish Rover - Avenida de Brasil 7, it's like a house, with the outside and the inside, the rooms, the terrace, the balcony, everything. Really cool place. They have a lot of screens and when not sometimes live music. If you haven't been you should try it soon.
James Joyce, Calle Alcala 59, another good irish pub who offers everything a good pub has to offer, sports, music, food and beer.
Bo Finn, Calle Velazquez 97, watch the game, play pool, start the night and then go to a club, hang out, lots of beer, The Madrid Closet likes Bo Finn.
Now other non-irish sports bars.
Marca Sports Cafe - Paseo de Recoletos 18, Marca the sportsmagazine/newspaper has a bar in Madrid, The Madrid Closet has recommended this before because it's really a very good place to watch sports. The best thing is "La Quiniela", if you guess the results of a game they will give you a second round for free of what you ordered during the game. Definitely a plus.
Real Cafe at Santiago Bernabeu, Concha Espina 1, it's a good bar when there are games and when not. After-work, dinner, start the night, a drink or two. When there is a game the restaurant is closed but you can still watch the game and have the field in the background.
The Irish Rover
Marca Sports Cafe