Where to Watch Leeds United Games in Leeds City Centre

Friday, September 11, 2020

It’s been a long sixteen years but Leeds United are back where they belong, the Premier
League. So to celebrate, we have compiled a list of the best places across our great city to
watch the Mighty Whites.

Read on to find out where to watch the Leeds boys in action whilst the gates are closed at Elland Road:

Brotherhood is one of the biggest and most popular spots to watch football in Leeds City
Centre, with its multiple screens and bars, it’s the ideal place to cheer on Leeds boys. They
have both Sky and BT Sport, so you’ll never miss a game, and with their large variety of
drinks and food you can spend the day watching the scores come in.
You can reserve a table here - they will accept walk-ins but it’s best to book ahead if you
want the best seats!

The Brotherhood of Pursuits and Pastimes, 54 New Briggate, LS1 6NU

Located in the heart of Leeds City Centre, this hidden gem is the perfect place to watch the
footy - a relatively small bar, Wapentake is known for its top selection of ales and its cosy
vibe. Upstairs they have a living room-like setup with a wide screen TV and all the sports
channels you could wish for.

Head to Wapentake if you want to watch your team in peace with some great beer and food.

Wapentake, 92 Kirkgate, Leeds, LS2 7DJ

The Original Oak
This Headingley staple is known for it’s huge beer garden and massive outdoor screen -
which is perfect if the weather permits. There are plenty of indoor options as well, so you can
grab a pint and some grub and enjoy the match.

The Original Oak, 2 Otley Road, LS6 2DG

Aire Bar
Aire Bar, located in the fashionable Calls area of Leeds, is the basement of a converted
warehouse with stunning exposed brick walls and an amazing view of the River Aire. There
are screens dotted around the whole venue - they show all sorts of football from across the
globe and serve many different beers!

Sparrows Wharfe, 32 The Calls, LS2 7EW

Live Bar
Live Bar is possibly the best place to watch live football in Leeds - with 12 HD screens above
a circular central bar.

They own one of the biggest screens in Leeds as well, so it doesn't get much better than
that. There’s also plenty of choice when it comes to games as they can show multiple
matches at the same time - so there’s no chance you’ll miss The Leeds!

Those are just a few of the places we recommend to watch the Mighty Whites in action for
the start of the Premier League season, particularly while we wait for Elland Road to one day