Bojangles ?
Crown Centre, 557 Bukit Timah Road. Tel: 6463 0293
Join in the merry cheer of the SingTims as their beloved Celtic Football Club defends their reigning title in the Scottish Premiership, and wash it all down with a pint of Erdinger ($16.80) or Kilkenny ($16.80) on the tap. All prices are nett with no GST and service charge.
Season: 2015/2016 Scottish Premiership fixtures end mid April.
Opening hours: 4pm-1am daily

Boomarang ?
The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay. Tel: 6738 1077
While this Australian bar is known for serving classics such as Pure Blonde ($11) and Victorian Bitter ($11), and broadcasting Australian sports like AFL , NRL and Super Rugby, it is also the proud sponsor of the Singapore Tornados Hockey Club which fields four men’s and two ladies’ teams in the Singapore Hockey Federation Leagues. Season: National Hockey League starts in July.
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7am-3am

Brewerkz ?
Riverside Point, 301 Merchant Road. Tel: 6438 7438
Valencia Football Club supporters have taken over the microbrewery at Riverside Point as their official venue. The Singaporean owner of Valencia FC , Peter Lim, gives local fans something more to cheer about, apart from the seasonal brew Xipa ($16, 500ml), World Beer Cup gold medal winner 2004.
Season: 2015/2016 La Liga ends mid May.
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 12pm-12am, Fri-Sat & PH 12pm-1am

London Boat Quay ?
55 Boat Quay. Tel: 6535 2273
Singapore Hawks take roost at this Victorian pub by the river to catch the Hawthorn Football Club smash, grab and kick their way through a game of Australian Rules football in the Australian Football League. Staying true to the Aussie spirit, grab cold beer from the fridges such as Heineken ($3.90) and Becks ($4.90) at nett prices. Season: 2016 Australian Football League goes on till October.
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11am-1am, Fri-Sat 11am- 3am, Mon 3pm-midnight

Mogambo ?
Boat Quay, 3 Canton Street. Tel: 6438 9808
Hang out with Singapore’s footy club, the Singapore Wombats and learn more about Aussie Rules from the members of diverse nationalities in the club at their local watering hole. Buy them a bottle of Pure Blonde ($13) or better yet, buy them all a shot by ringing the bell at the bar for a place in the hall of fame.
Season: Australian Football League Asia Anzac Round on 23 April.
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11.30am-2.30am

Molly Malone’s Irish Pub ?
56 Circular Road. Tel: 6536 2029
Despite all the woes that Leeds United has endured, their mighty supporters, crowned the most vocal on Twitter among all other English clubs, have never faltered. Their clashes in the Football League Championship are staged in the oldest Irish pub in Singapore complete with Molly’s famous fish & chips ($16) and the Irish favourite Guinness pint ($15.90nett).
Season: 2015/2016 Football League Championship ends in May, 2016/2017 starts in August.
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-2am

The Sportsman Bar ?
Far East Shopping Centre, 545 Orchard Road. Tel: 6735 1350
Loyal supporters of the Rangers Football Club have set up camp right in the middle of town, and there is no better way to rouse the current top team in the Scottish Championship to victory than with a bottle of Scotland’s favourite, Tennent’s Lager ($10) in hand.
Season: 2015/2016 Scottish Championship fixtures last till end April.
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 4pm-midnight

Uncabunca ?
80 Mohamed Sultan Road. Tel: 6735 9848
Upton Park’s devoted hammers have gathered in the Lion City to form the Singapore Irons, claiming Uncabunca in Robertson Quay as the West Ham United supporter’s home base. Debate the finer details of the matches over a game of pool or darts, or a couple of Magners Irish ciders ($18).
Season: 2015/2016 English Premier League ends mid May.
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 3pm-2am, Fri 3pm-3am, Sat-Sun noon-2am

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