The High Court ruled that the Red Beret in Manchester breached copyright by making unauthorised broadcasts of Premier League football in the pub.
The Premier League said “action has commenced against dozens more pubs already this season”.
A spokesman said: “We are currently engaged in our largest ever pub and supplier investigations programme and will take action against pubs that breach our copyright by making unauthorised foreign broadcasts of Premier League football.
“Already this season we have conducted hundreds of pub visits and commenced action against dozens of publicans, with cost awards being made in our favour on a regular basis.
“We would advise all publicans to ignore the lies peddled by suppliers who make false claims about the legality of foreign broadcasts of our matches, and to contact Sky Sports and BT Sport as they are both authorised to show live Premier League football in commercial premises in the UK.”
Last year two pubs were ordered by the High Court to pay £65,000 to the Premier League in costs following persistent breaches of copyright by making unauthorised foreign broadcasts of matches in their pubs.