The greatest weekend of the year (in our opinion), is upon us. 48 games in 4 days. Pretty awesome stuff. If you’re not attending the games in person, or watching at one of the sports books in Vegas, the next best place to be is with fans of other teams and fans of March Madness. Use the search tool above to locate where to watch your favorite teams for March Madness this weekend.
Would you rather hang out in a bar filled with Broncos fans or with Seahawks fans? If you’re a fan of a specific team, make sure that you watch the Super Bowl this Sunday with other fans of your team.
Peyton Manning fans don’t want to show up to a bar where they’re serving “ducks” as the special. And Richard Sherman fans don’t want to hear see people wearing Crabtree jerseys. Make sure you check out the search bar above to locate where to watch the Super Bowl in your city.
The “Fall Classic” is back and it’s a repeat of the 2004 meeting between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals. Nine years ago, the Sox swept the Cards in the World Series. The two teams are very similar and this is the first time since 1999 that the two teams with the best record in their leagues have made the World Series.
Game 1 is Wednesday night at 7:07 (EST) in Boston and airs on Fox. Check out where to watch the Cardinals and Red Sox with other fans of your team in any city by using the WhereToWatch search tool above.
The Vikings come into MetLife Stadium with a new quarterback and hungry for their second win. Look for a heavy dose of Adrian Peterson from Minnesota as their young quarterback gets familiar with the playbook.
On the other side, the Giants are off to an awful start and looking for their first win of the season. Eli Manning looks to rebound from leading the NFL in interceptions. If something doesn’t change tonight, Archie may not even trust him to pass the turkey at Thanksgiving dinner. And the woes continue for the G-Men, they’re relegated to starting their third-string running back as both David Wilson and Brandon Jacobs are out for this one. Let’s hope New York can put four quarters together starting Monday night.
If you’re looking for a sports bar to watch the game with other Vikings or Giants fans, do a quick search on our site and find the bar rated the highest for your team. If you don’t feel like getting out tonight, do your fellow fans a favor and rate your favorite bar to watch your team. And rest assured that your rating counts–each bar receives a specific rating for each team you search for.
The Tampa Bay Rays come into Cleveland fresh off their 163rd regular season game, which was a do-or-die style game that mimics the Wild Card game that takes place tonight. The Rays used up ace David Price in that game, so they’ll have to go with the youngster Alex Cobb tonight.
The Indians, on the other hand, come into the game piping hot. They haven’t lost since September 18; rattling off 10 straight wins during that span. The last team to do that was the 1971 Baltimore Orioles, who ended up making it all the way to game 7 of the World Series.
The first pitch is at 8:07 PM (ET) and the game airs on TBS. It’s going to be a great game, and you can locate where to watch the Cleveland Indians vs. the Tampa Bay Rays in any city by using the WhereToWatch search tool above.