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7 Bars to Watch Soccer in Houston

Are you traveling to Houston soon? The bustling city has the largest population in Texas, and there are endless things to do.

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure or live in the area and are just looking for things to do, I’ve got you covered.

I’m here to bring you a round-up of the best places to grab a drink and watch soccer in Bayou City. So, check out my list of the best soccer bars in Houston below!

Social Beer Garden HTX

3101 San Jacinto St, Houston, TX 77004
Phone: (713) 636-9357
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Don’t miss Social Beer Garden HTX, a roomy spot with outdoor seating options. It’s directly across from the Printing Museum off San Jacinto St, in Midtown.

The place offers over 40 draft beers on tap, and I recommend stopping by for a game and a cold drink. Consider getting a mixed rum drink or a light vodka if you aren’t a beer fan.

The place is famous for hosting World Cup parties and other soccer games, so visit today and give it a shot.

Little Woodrow’s Midtown

2306 Brazos St, Houston, TX 77006
Phone: (713) 522-1041
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Little Woodrow’s is a Texas chain great for watching sports games, and soccer is no exception.

Houston’s Midtown location is just across the highway from Downtown, and the bar has a youthful, casual vibe. It’s popular with college students and large groups.

Head to Little Woodrow’s Midtown and grab a domestic draft while you watch the game.

Also, consider their handmade cocktails, like the Red Sangria with blueberry pomegranate or the Ginger Pear Whiskey Sour.

Pitch 25

2120 Walker St, Houston, TX 77003
Phone: (713) 814-8157
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Pitch 25 is a soccer bar in Houston, Texas. It is located in the East Downtown (EaDo) neighborhood, just a short walk from BBVA Compass Stadium, home of the Houston Dynamo.

The bar has a large outdoor patio with a soccer pitch, an indoor space with plenty of TVs to watch the game, and a bar menu featuring wings, burgers, fish tacos, and almost 100 craft beers.

I recommend visiting for a morning game and catching brunch.

Phoenix on Westheimer

1915 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77098
Phone: (713) 526-3100
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Phoenix on Westheimer is a soccer bar in Houston, Texas. It’s located in the Montrose neighborhood, just a few streets from The Menil Collection, an art museum.

British expats, who are big soccer fans, own the bar, and it’s a great place to watch the game with friends or relax and enjoy a cold beer. 

Consider a plate of chicken pot pie or fish & chips with your beer, or grab an old-fashioned cocktail or bourbon.

The Maple Leaf Pub

514 Elgin St, Houston, TX 77006
Phone: (713) 520-6464
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If you’re a soccer fan in Houston, check out The Maple Leaf Pub. It’s a Canadian tavern with a casual and cozy atmosphere, and the place hosts soccer watch parties from the World Cup to everyday games. They also feature hockey games.

The soccer bar sells cozy pub food, like burgers, wings, and hot dogs.

You can also try Indian food, Texas-brewed cider, and cocktails from gin-based ginger beer to strawberry rhubarb vida mezcal with basil infusion.

East End Backyard

1105 Sampson St, Houston, TX 77003
Phone: (713) 505-1820
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Check out East End Backyard on Sampson St, an open-air venue with regular soccer games. It’s in East Downtown, near the Harrisburg Art Museum, and the place is dog-friendly and great for families with kids.

East End Backyard has a hip, friendly atmosphere, dozens of beers, and delicious food.

My favorite drinks include the Southern Star Bombshell Blonde, the Pecan Pie cider, and the aged amber ale. Don’t forget to grab tacos or barbeque at the food trucks!

The Richmond Arms Pub

5920 Richmond Ave., Houston, TX 77057
Phone: (713) 784-7722
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The Richmond Arms Pub is just west of the city in the Larchmont area. It’s a British-style tavern, and international soccer is the main feature.

The spot is just across from Anderson Park and has a neighborhood vibe, making it ideal for a quiet escape from the bustling city.

Visit The Richmond Arms and try a British dish, like Bangers & Mash, which is sausages, gravy, and mashed potatoes. Also, try their imported German brews.

Please drink responsibly, be fully accountable with your alcohol consumption, and show others respect.

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