Best Sports Bars & Pubs in Jersey

What are the best sports pubs and bars in Jersey? Scroll down below and you'll find them. Trust us, it wasn't easy to choose, tonnes of research went into finding these premium sporting locations. What's particularly good about them is that they cater to every flavour, fancy a pub with an atmosphere that will get you off your seat? We've got one below. Want one located right next to the beach? Yep, we have one of those as well. Enjoy award-winning pints and food while watching the TV? I think you get the picture...

We've done our best to pick pubs all over the island, but if you're in a rush and would just prefer to know the closest sports pub and bar to you right now, head over to our Jersey pubs page - it will sort you out in a jiffy.

Pubs & Bars

Five Oaks Eating House

St. Saviour

There aren't many sports pubs that let you sit down and watch the action with an award-winning pint in hand. Five Oaks does that and more. A cracking new food menu is just the start, click here to find out more.

St Mary's Country Inn

St Mary

While its exterior shouts traditional pub, when you enter St Mary's Country Inn you're in for a real surprise. A contemporary feel and an incredibly relaxed atmosphere make watching sports a breeze.

Trinity Arms


Who doesn't want to watch sport with some world-class fresh seafood? A couple of award-winning pints to wash it down also doesn't go amiss. The Trinity Arms is a class pub in all senses of the word, give it a try by clicking the link below.

White Horse

St Saviour

The White Horse is an absolute treat, particularly in the summer months. A beachside eatery with spectacular views out to the sea - you'll be torn between that and the screens they've got showing all the sport you could ever watch.

Halkett Pub and Eating House

St Helier

Does 6 TV's all showing sport catch your attention? This place is one of the best to do it on the island of Jersey. It doesn't matter which game you want to watch, Halkett Pub and Eatery will have it on of their screens.

Le Hocq

St Clement

The most southerly pub in the British Isles isn't Le Hocq's only claim to fame. Some brilliant food, including a Sunday Roast that you'd be mad not to order. Oh yeah, and the sport's not half-bad either. Click below to find out why it's one of our favourites.

Old Court House Inn

St Aubin

A laid-back affair, the Old Court House Inn offers sport with the relaxing qualities of a top hotel. With two characterful bar areas and a lovely restaurant that serves all three meals, if you fancy watching great sport in comfort this is probably the spot for you.

Post Horn

St Helier

A country pub based in the heart of Jersey, Post Horn manages to stake a claim for the best sports pub around. Why? That will be down to its multi-screen offering. Whatever games are on the TV, rest assured that the one you want will be on.