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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Leeds

· Emma Cooke · Food and Drink

Make this year’s Super Bowl a good 'un at these Leeds bars.

North Bar

The world-famous sporting event means you’ll have a long night ahead of you and these bars are on-hand to see you through with plenty of beer and fodder.

They will be pulling out all the stops at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami this year, as the 54th Super Bowl goes off in style. Want to watch it? Plenty of bars and pubs in Leeds will be opening late on Sunday 2nd February 2020 for the big game. It will see the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs, but you’ll also get to see Jennifer Lopez and Shakira hit the stage in the big Half Time Show. It’s sure to be one of the biggest events of the year, so don’t miss it.

Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen

Brooklyn Lager at Belgrave Street Feast

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This free screening at Belgrave Music Hall starts from 9pm in their first floor venue, which has big comfy sofas and a fully stocked bar. You can get craft beer from over 20 American breweries, including Brooklyn Lager and Cigar City, alongside a whole host of American grub – we’re talking chilli dogs, nachos and free popcorn. With so much going on, it’s without doubt one of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Leeds.

Belgrave Music & Canteen, 1-1a Cross Belgrave Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8JP.

Mad Frans

Mad Fran's

Mad Frans will screen the 54th Super Bowl across three sizeable screens, while making sure you’re well fed and watered throughout. Tickets are £10 and they’ll get you a bottle of Bud and a sharing platter piled high with corn dogs and chicken wings. Entry is from 10pm, so you can head down and get settled before kick-off at 11:30pm. To top it all off, they’re offering exclusive beer deals all night, right through to 5am.

Mad Frans, Whitehall, Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4EQ.

North Bar

North Bar

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February means two things for North Bar – their month-long US Beer Festival and one of the biggest Super Bowl parties in Leeds. They’re collaborating with Oskar Blues Brewery to give you an all-American tap takeover, complete with full-coverage of the game on a great big screen. Tickets are £11, which gets you a schooner of Oskar Blues’ newly-released ‘One-y’ beer and a load of US-inspired snacks. Entry is from 10pm and runs right the way through to the trophy lift.

North Bar, 24 New Briggate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6NU.



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Mojo are teaming up with Jack Daniel’s for Super Bowl LIV in 2020. They’re offering an exclusive menu of whiskey-based drinks to see you through – try the The Huddle, which teams Jack Daniel’s with Disarrono, cola and a slice of orange. Prefer beer? You can get 10 Heinekens for £35, as well as a 30-strong bucket of wings for £20, meaning you and your mates will be set up for the night. Entry is free, so make sure you get down early to bag a seat.

Mojo, 18 Merrion Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6PQ.

Tobacco Rd

Tobacco Rd

Tobacco Rd is the ideal venue in Leeds to catch the 54th Super Bowl, thanks to their 100-inch projector screen and a plethora of drinks deals. From 8pm, you can watch the build-up with a pitcher of Amstel for a tenner or ten bottles of Heineken for £30. Fancy American lager? Work through ten bottles of Brooklyn for just £35. Food-wise, you can snaffle all-you-can-eat chicken wings until the end of the third quarter for £15. If you rock up in NFL merch, you’ll be rewarded with £1 picklebacks.

Tobacco Rd, 5 Cross Belgrave Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8JP.

The Box

With 16 HD screens on the go, you won’t miss a moment of the big game at The Box in Leeds city centre. You’ll be well-fed too – they’re promising late night pizzas and free popcorn to keep everyone in high spirits. Throw in a few games of shuffleboard or beer pong during the breaks and you’ll be all set for a late night of American football. Entry is free and doors open from 8pm, but if you want to guarantee a good seat, you can book a table in advance.

The Box, 15 Infirmary Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 2JS.

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