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Coogee Bay Hotel

With one of Sydney’s best beaches on its doorstep and a fantastic beer garden with views over the ocean, the Coogee Bay Hotel is popular with Sydneysiders and visitors alike. Shoot some pool or pull up a bar stool to watch all your favourite sports live on the Sports Bar’s big screen TVs.

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Sydney sports bars

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Sports-mad Sydney has all the bases covered with tech-savvy sports bars that double the spectating fun.

Catch all the action at the 24/7 Sports Bar at The Star casino. No matter what the time, day or night, a game is always on. There are three mega screens and more than 50 LCD TVs, as well as a paperless TAB should you fancy a flutter. Whether you want to watch the latest Super XV Rugby, NRL or AFL game, or if you follow the English Premier League, this is the bar to go to when you don’t want to miss a minute of play.

Cooper’s Hotel in Newtown broadcasts live sports seven days a week and combines traditional pub charm with a stylish rooftop beer garden. TAB and KENO betting facilities are on site.

The Norfolk is a pokie-free, dog and child-friendly pub and sports bar in Surry Hills that proves looks can be deceiving. From the outside, The Norfolk is an old-fashioned watering hole, but step inside to discover a stylish interior, tasty food and a great beer garden.

A Sydney favourite overlooking Pittwater on the Northern Beaches is the Newport Arms Hotel. With 18 beers on tap and a beer garden cinema screen showing Fox Sports games and events, it’s a sports fanatic’s haven. Try the bistro’s great range of burgers, grills, pizzas and seafood dishes. Children are welcome at this iconic hotel – there are two playgrounds to keep them entertained while you unwind.

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