Britain is associated with many things but among them, Premier League Soccer ranks high on the list. Consisting of approximately twenty teams, Premier League Soccer pits the top teams in Britain against each other in a quest for national supremacy. Manchester United, Chelsea, Blackburn Rovers  and other teams are up for the challenge, ready to send their best guys to the field and make it all the way to the championship game. Here in Houston, several bars are broadcasting Premier League Soccer and offer a front seat for the best action possible. Here are the top bars for Premier League Soccer in Houston:
Richmond Arms Pub
5920 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77057
(713) 784-7722

A British- style pub, Richmond Arms is the place to be for Premier League Soccer. Patrons love Richmond Arms for its authentic British look and feel, and its common to meet new friends at Richmond Arms who are directly from the U.K. and still have the British accent. Feast on some English pub food and beer, then settle into your seat for some Premier League soccer action. Richmond Arms has everything you need for a taste of Britain right here in the heart of Houston.

The Brewery Tap
717 Franklin St.
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 237-1537

Located in downtown Houston, the Brewery Tap is a well-established and well- liked bar for sports viewing. In particular, The Brewery Tap is a place to watch soccer, and guests love it for its sports atmosphere which includes flags of the many nations with successful soccer teams. Premier League Soccer is an important event at The Brewery Tap, so arrive early and claim your seat before the place fills up. It’s a fun and historic bar and one of the best in downtown Houston for sports and more.

Bull & Bear Tavern And Eatery
11980 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77077
(281) 496-6655

Often hailed as one of the best soccer bars in Houston, Bull & Bear Tavern and Eatery is a great place for Premier League Soccer viewing. The bar is British themed, and it’s common to overhear British puns/slang from the many British ex- pats who visit the Bull & Bear Tavern and Eatery on a regular basis. The establishment is an official pub for Major League Soccer as well as a gathering place for Premier League Soccer fans and others who love watching sports in a place with excellent food and beer.

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Bar Munich
2616 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 523-1008

If you love soccer but prefer German food and beer, then set your sights on downtown Houston and head to Bar Munich.Guests often start with a hot pretzel and brat before settling into their seat and watching sports on one of the many televisions. Premier League Soccer is big at Bar Munich, and its common to find all of the televisions tuned into one or more soccer games. The German beer selection is great as well, and nothing goes better with a game of Premier League Soccer than a Das Boot filled with your favorite brew. Root for your favorite soccer club, drink some great German beer out of a boot-like vessel, and enjoy a day of soccer viewing at Bar Munich in downtown.

Ron’s Pub
1826 Fountain View Drive
Houston, TX 77057
(713) 977-4820

A neighborhood pub often frequented by locals, Ron’s Pub is a nice place to watch soccer, drink beer and let your troubles fade. A little smaller than others, Ron’s Pub is great when you want a more intimate atmosphere and more friendly surroundings. Ron’s Pub is an official Liverpool Football Club Pub, so it’s a great place to visit if you happen to be a fan of that particular soccer team. Visit here during Premier League Soccer and you will be treated by a friendly and attentive staff and possibly meet some new friends as you cheer your favorite team to victory.

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