1. Pub & Sport http://pubogsport.com/

Pub and Sport – the name says it all, this is a sports pub located in central Copenhagen, close to Nørreport Station. This is a place for anyone who loves to play, watch and talk about sports. Guests come here for a game of pool, darts, football and watching a game on one of the 10 different televisons. A cozy sportspub in the heart of copenhagen with a great atmospophere.

2. The Old english Pub: http://www.oldenglishpub.dk/index.html

At The Old English pub you can watch soccer and listen to live acts on stage. Duos from around the world play here live – and guests  from all over the world also frequent this pub for a beer, chat, sports and good music. All the bartenders speak English as they are accustomed to foreigners. Conveniently located across from the main entrance of Tivoli,  the Old English is easily reached from Strøger, Central Train station and the airport. Come here for a great atmosphere and lively crowd!

3. The Globe http://www.the-globe.dk/

Right by Nørreport station, is The Globe an authentic irisih Pub where guest can enjoy irish stew, guinness pie and big irish  breakfast – along with 24 different house whiskeys. The Globe holds three bar areas to suit every mood: The tree bar which is built around a tree), the library, and the party bar. Every other Thursday is quiz night and most sporting events are shown on the big screen. All English Premiership matches are whow,, Spanish football (Saturdays & Sundays), American Football (Sunday and Monday), golf, FA Premiership matches, League and all Kamper GAA (Gaelic and Hurling).

4. http://www.olearys.dk/

If you’re into Champions League, NFL, rugby and sports in general, O’learys is your kind of place – like your second living room. Conveniently located  at Copenhagen Central Station, O’learys is all about sports, games, beers and lots and lots of bar foods such as hot wings, burgers, and ribs! Of course they also have a great beer brand selection. 3 large screens and 42 flat screens and guests can enjoy 15% off with the Copenhagen Card.

5. Southern Cross: http://www.southerncross.dk/en/home/

This small Australian pers has been serving up beer since 2003. Upon entering, expect a g’day mate warm welcome and expect to see Rugby, cricket or premier league on the screens. Located in the centre, it is always packed with enthusiastic sports fans and locals. Swing by for a chat and a beer and try the cold tooheys Newpilsner, the famous Fosters or maybe a glass of Australian Bundy Rum. Prices are very fair – a beer range from DKK 30 to DKK 45.