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What’s a more fun way to watch the game than spending the evening in a bar with a ton of people cheering for the same team, while also enjoying a drink and some good food? That’s right, nothing! In case you’re planning a trip to Amsterdam, these 5 sports bars should definitely be on your list.

Belushi’s

Photo: Belushi’s

Belushi’s is easily the most beloved sports bar in Amsterdam. Belushi’s is actually a hostel with a bar attached to it, and you can count on a game being on at any point during the day. They also have great happy hour deals, which makes it very affordable to spend the entire evening there while you enjoy the game.

Warmoesstraat 129, 1012 JA Amsterdam

Satellite Sportscafé

Photo: Satellite

Satellite Sports café is the place to be for a sports lover. The bar is filled with dozens of screens that air a great variation of different sports from basketball to cycling. If that isn’t a big enough reason to go, Satellite Sportcafé also offers all you can eat spareribs for only ten bucks.

Leidseplein 11, 1017 PS Amsterdam

Coco’s Outback

Photo: Coco’s Outback

Sports bar Coco’s Outback has a total of 26 tv screens on which you can utterly enjoy the game. You can get comfy on one of the classic Chesterfield sofa’s or just hang out at the bar. On Thursday nights you can also get your groove on and sign up for karaoke night, which starts at ten.

14, Thorbeckeplein 8, 1017 CS Amsterdam

Players

Photo: Players

Players has anything you can ask for in a sports bar: Pool tables, dance floor, giant screens and a reduced bar area. This is especially a great place for an American tourist who wants to feel more close to home since they mostly air American games.

Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 25, 1017 RP Amsterdam

Three Sisters Pub

Photo: Three Sisters

Another favorite among sports lovers in Amsterdam is the Three Sisters Pub. The pub has a very old-school retro vibe to it, and they serve everything from eggs in the morning to burgers at midnight. Unlike a lot of other sports bars, the Three sisters also air a lot of American college basketball games. They also have a live DJ every Friday and Saturday night.

Rembrandtplein 19, 1017 CT Amsterdam

What’s a more fun way to watch the game than spending the evening in a bar with a ton of people cheering for the same team, while also enjoying a drink and some good food? That’s right, nothing! In case you’re planning a trip to Amsterdam, these 5 sports bars should definitely be on your list.

Belushi’s

Photo: Belushi’s

Belushi’s is easily the most beloved sports bar in Amsterdam. Belushi’s is actually a hostel with a bar attached to it, and you can count on a game being on at any point during the day. They also have great happy hour deals, which makes it very affordable to spend the entire evening there while you enjoy the game.

Warmoesstraat 129, 1012 JA Amsterdam

Satellite Sportscafé

Photo: Satellite

Satellite Sports café is the place to be for a sports lover. The bar is filled with dozens of screens that air a great variation of different sports from basketball to cycling. If that isn’t a big enough reason to go, Satellite Sportcafé also offers all you can eat spareribs for only ten bucks.

Leidseplein 11, 1017 PS Amsterdam

Coco’s Outback

Photo: Coco’s Outback

Sports bar Coco’s Outback has a total of 26 tv screens on which you can utterly enjoy the game. You can get comfy on one of the classic Chesterfield sofa’s or just hang out at the bar. On Thursday nights you can also get your groove on and sign up for karaoke night, which starts at ten.

14, Thorbeckeplein 8, 1017 CS Amsterdam

Players

Photo: Players

Players has anything you can ask for in a sports bar: Pool tables, dance floor, giant screens and a reduced bar area. This is especially a great place for an American tourist who wants to feel more close to home since they mostly air American games.

Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 25, 1017 RP Amsterdam

Three Sisters Pub

Photo: Three Sisters

Another favorite among sports lovers in Amsterdam is the Three Sisters Pub. The pub has a very old-school retro vibe to it, and they serve everything from eggs in the morning to burgers at midnight. Unlike a lot of other sports bars, the Three sisters also air a lot of American college basketball games. They also have a live DJ every Friday and Saturday night.

Rembrandtplein 19, 1017 CT Amsterdam

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