5 Best Sports Bars in Shibuya Tokyo

Best Popular Shibuya Sports Bars

Want to watch international sports games while traveling in Japan? There are a great number of sports bars in Tokyo, especially in Shibuya. Many people get excited to watch big sports games such as Rugby World Cup (RWC) and FIFA World Cup. Here are 5 best sports bars in Shibuya where you can enjoy viewing soccer, rugby, baseball, football and so on sipping on a drink.

Shibuya is the most famous town to enjoy public-watching of big sports games. A crowd of people explode in joy together at Shibuya Crossing when Japan National Team (especially soccer and baseball) wins big matches.

The sports bars in Shibuya bustled with both Japanese and foreign sports fan for watching soccer games of FIFA World Cup 2018. In 2019, Rugby World Cup will be held in Japan, and numerous sports bar in Shibuya will offer wide screens to watch the games of Rugby World Cup 2019.

Check out the best live viewing spots for sports in Shibuya!!

1. HUB (Shibuya Branch)

© 2018 HUB

HUB is one of the most popular spots to watch live broadcasts of various sports and drink after working and dining in Japan. The British style pub has around 90 chain stores in Japan. Several screens are set in the pub where you can get the chance to enjoy big matches of soccer, rugby and baseball with like-minded companions. Of course, they serve drinks and snacks including British food.

Access: 8 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅)

Hour: 16:00-25:00 (Mon-Thu)/16:00–26:00 (Fri)/14:00–26:00 (Sat)/14:00–25:00 (Sun)

Map: https://goo.gl/x2jPfH

Website: https://www.pub-hub.com/index.php/welcome

2. 82 ALE HOUSE (Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Branch)

© 2018 HUB

82 ALE HOUSE is the group pub of HUB and serve the similar menu to the one of HUB: traditional British food like Fish & Chips and Roast Beef, beers and so on. There are over 10 chain stores in Tokyo, and every store offers wide screens to watch the live broadcasts. 82 ALE HOUSE may be the better option for a little older people than HUB.

Access: 5 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅)

Hour: 16:00–24:00 (Mon-Thu)/16:00-26:00 (Fri)/16:00-24:00 (Sat/Sun)

Map: https://goo.gl/Pdc1wZ

Website: https://www.pub-hub.com/index.php/welcome

3. M-Spo Cafe/Dining

© 2007 M-SPO -エムスポ- inc.

M-Spo Cafe/Dining is a sports bar offering wide screens for watching sports such as soccer, basketball, baseball, F1, etc. The bar has a capacity of over 200 persons. They are proud of their food especially pizza baked with the stone oven. M-Spo Cafe/Dining is located nearby the popular tourist spot Shibuya Center Gai.

Access: 8 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅)

Hour: 12:00–29:00

Map: https://goo.gl/T3T8ei

Website (Japanese only): https://m-spo.jp/

4. Dining & Bar Estadio

©︎ 2017 株式会社エスタディオ

Dining & Bar Estadio is a perfect spot to watch the World Cup games while eating and drinking. The sports bar is managed by the Japan’s biggest soccer equipment store KAMO. The Shibuya branch of KAMO is located on the upper floor of Estadio, so why don’t you buy your favorite national uniform there and then go watching the games.

Access: 8 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅)

Hour: 11:30-15:30(Lunch/Weekday)/18:00-23:30(Dinner/Weekday)/11:30-23:30(Weekend & Holiday)

Map: https://goo.gl/MqnrsR

Website (Japanese only): http://www.sskamo.co.jp/estadio/shibuya/index.html

5. DISCUS Shibuya

© 2006 東京夢企画

DISCUS is one of the most exciting and energetic spots to view the big matches of soccer. Everyone there cheer up while standing in front of the huge screen rather than sitting down and watching as if they saw games at a stadium. It has a capacity of 100–200 persons, but please note that it’s required to make a reservation in advance.

Access: 7 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅)

Hour: Depends on events

Map: https://goo.gl/HJSnnR

Website (Japanese only): http://www.e-gokon.com/soccer_top.htm

 The sports bars are also the chance to communicate with Japanese and multinational visitors!! Please note that you may need to make a reservation at some spots. For more info about sports and Shibuya, check these articles below!!

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