Sports Bar Rambles

rated 81%
9 reviews

address: La Rambla dels Caputxins 31

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With a name like Sports Bar Rambles, even David Beckham could hazard a guess at what happens inside this modern venue on the bottom of Las Ramblas. It's all about the blood, sweat and tears of your favourite sportsmen and women and with 16 high definition widescreen TVs and one giant HD screen, visible across the whole bar, you're guaranteed a great view of the action - be it La Liga, the Premiership, World Cup, Superbowl, Six Nations or any other sport you can think of. Great food, including hamburgers, tasty club sandwiches, pizzas and Tex-Mex, and special deals on beer ensure that the atmosphere is always bubbling in Sports Bar, whilst football jerseys, antique golf clubs and action photos hanging from the walls all contribute to the vibe. In between games you can shoot pool, play darts or challenge your amigos to a game of fussball, whilst the friendly English-speaking staff pour you another pint. Meanwhile read on for more options on where to watch live sports in the city.

Sports Bar Rambles

Just wondering if you will be playing the Australian rules grand final Saturday morning??

reviewed by Tom from Australia on Oct.01.2015

Hi,It is possible to watch Europian qualifiers game at the same time of Spanish National team,but another game?

reviewed by Dusan from Slovak Republic on Sep.23.2014

Norwegian fotball. TIL - Strømsgodset ?

reviewed by from United States on Nov.03.2013

Decent looking venue but zero atmosphere. Bit of a tourist trap judging by the pasty faces around the place.

reviewed by Connor from Ireland on May.10.2013

The screens are good and the place looks ok but it was dead as all hell when we went. Just a couple of hungover tourists and zero atmosphere. The food and the service were also extremely disappointing... we should have known better than to stick around but the game had already started. I'd def shop around for better options. Later we stumbled upon Flahertys which is just across the road but harder to find.

reviewed by Kyle from United Kingdom on Apr.29.2013

I watched much of the Euro 2012 matches here. Beautiful waitresses and lovely ambience!

reviewed by Jose from Portugal on Jul.16.2012

coolest bar in barcelona! great music, great food and the best place to watch sports.

reviewed by m&m from France on Nov.22.2010

The best bar to watch sports in Barcelona. They broadcast several games in different screens so you'll hardly miss the match you want to watch. Burgers are highly recommended!

reviewed by Ricardo from United Kingdom on Nov.19.2010

Fantastic joint right on La Rambla, cute staff, big screens, tasty burgers, what more could you want? Shame you can't fix the results otherwise this sports bar would be sponsored by Carlsberg

reviewed by D-Lite from United Kingdom on Oct.12.2010



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