SPECIAL NOTE: HOI AN SPORTS BAR WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL JANUARY 2021
Updated April, 2020
Renowned as the cheapest and most centrally-located multiple-screen sports bar in the city, Hoi An Sports Bar is embraced by dedicated sport fans, tourists, and lots of locals who meet to chew the fat.
There’s a fine array of icy cold beers and special offers. In-between big games, motor sports or fights there’s also free pool and darts in a dark wooden den that supplies a cool, airy retreat from Hoi An’s enervating heat. And, if there’s a game you want to watch and it’s not showing, Hoi An Sports Bar’s staff will track it down and get it up on one of the 25 screens as quickly as possible. Here is our complete guide to Hoi An Sport Bar.
Hoi An Sports Bar Overview
Food and Drinks
All areas at Hoi An Sports Bar are serviced by a pub grub menu that benefits greatly from Gordon North’s sister business and bakery, Dingo Deli. This ensures a very fresh range of gourmet Aussie pies, sausage rolls and fresh bread. Hand-cut fries, American hot dogs, tacos, and burgers complete a delectable Western-hit picture.
Every day is different at Hoi An Sports bar with “Burger Thursdays” where there are 5 types of burgers for only 69,000 VND (3 USD) each (90,000 VND (4 USD) for takeaway) or “Pizza Fridays” where each pizza is 60,000 VND (2.60 USD).
It’s hard to not feel thirsty after all that amazing food but worry not, as the Sports Bar in Hoi An has your back with a huge selection of beers and crafts available on tap and in bottles, at more than reasonable prices. There are also cocktails and juices available.
There are many sports screened daily at the Sports Bar in Hoi An – The English Premier League (soccer), AFL (Aussie Rules), Rugby League(NRL/Super League), Rugby (Rugby Championship and Six Nations), Formula 1 and Cricket to name a few.
Thanks to the 25 large screen TVs set on the walls of the Hoi An Sport Bar, they can show nine different sports channels at the same time. With a selection of over 300 sports channels, you’re going to find the right sport with commentary from the likes of Sky Sports, Fox Sports and ESPN. However, if the event you have in mind is not a very well-known, you can get in touch with the bar directly and ask if they would be able to show it. Hint: they probably will.
The bar houses around 150 seated sports fans, but keep in mind that AFL, NRL and Premier League games get really busy so be there early.
For upcoming events and games, check the calendar on their website.
Review of Hoi An Sports Bar
If you are big sports fan, Hoi An Sport Bar will feel like Heaven for you. If you are not, you will definitely find at least one sport you like, after spending some time there. Hoi An Sports Bar is a Western pub-goer’s paradise in Vietnam with food that will make your mouth watery just from thinking about it and cold beers to wash it all down.
Apart from the sports you can watch on its big screen TVs, you can also enjoy board games, especially on Wednesdays, when Hoi An Sports Bar is hosting Board Gaming Nights, from 7pm until close. Carcassone, Settlers of Catan, Monopoly, Ticket to Ride, Risk, Rummikub, Coup, Puerto Rico, and Secret Hitler are all available to play.