Best places to watch football in BA

Sullivan’s Irish Pub

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With an Irish father and a childhood of begrudgingly complying with his rule of attending an Irish Pub in every city we ever visit, Sullivan’s in Palermo fulfilled this strange ritual. It’s everything you would expect from an Irish pub, with a great vibe and an even better selection of pints, including, of course, a pint of guinness.

The Gibraltar

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Perhaps the closest you’ll find to an english bar in BA, a trip to The Gibraltar will make you think your sat in a slightly more upmarket version of your local Wetherspoons. With a killer curry and big screens, its a great spot for watching the footy – both of Argentina and international games too.

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VALK

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With two floors and many screens showing the football on game day, VALK is a great place for catching the game. As well as over 20 different artesenal beers from all over the world, They offer a great burger+pint combo for $280.

Photo: @valktaproom

Diggs

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Diggs is fun and funky, with two huge screens. Don’t be surprised if you see a few stumbling River/Boca fans, but this only makes it more fun.

Photo: @diggsargentina

Crêpas

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Last but certainly not least, the rooftop screen on crêpas is quite frankly dreamy. They screen football games as well as films in the summer evenings, offering crepes in half-time. What more could you want?

Photo: @crepas