More sport fans wanted to watch England’s Rugby World Cup final against South Africa in a pub than England’s Russia 2018 World Cup football semi-final against Croatia – despite the former kicking off at 9am.
After a photo emerged on social media of a pub charging customers an entrance fee to watch televised sport – which entitled them to two drinks at the bar – The Morning Advertiser asked whether or not it was something that other operators would get on...
Making its debut as a finalist in the ‘best for sport’ category at the 2019 Great British Pub Awards – and the category’s only representative from north of the border – why is sport is so important to The Foundry in Aberdeen?
Barratts Club in Northampton, a finalist in the ‘best for sport’ category at the Great British Pub Awards for the second time, tells The Morning Advertiser how sport gives their business that winning feeling.
The use of head-to-head records to separate teams level on points, and the Premier League’s first Cuban player – Norwich’s Onel Hernandez – aren’t the only top-flight debuts to look out for in the new Premier League season
The Women’s World Cup could drive beer sales over the next month (7 June to 7 July) in pubs by three million pints if the Lionesses reach the final of the competition, the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has predicted.