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southlondonyiddo

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There are a few in Bulushis Bar on Rosa Luxemburg Strassa which is right outside the left exit as you get off the tube from Alex. Rosa Luxemburg is the first stop after Alexanderplatz on the U2 line

Hope that helps. Footy is always on as well as other sports. Decent place as there really aren't many places to catch the Spurs in the City
 

dav3j

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There are a few in Bulushis Bar on Rosa Luxemburg Strassa which is right outside the left exit as you get off the tube from Alex. Rosa Luxemburg is the first stop after Alexanderplatz on the U2 line

Hope that helps. Footy is always on as well as other sports. Decent place as there really aren't many places to catch the Spurs in the City
Cheers, I was thinking Belushi's was probably going to be the best bet. Might just be the tacky 1990s website, but the Oscar Wilde makes the Bell and Hare look upmarket by comparison.
 

southlondonyiddo

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Cheers, I was thinking Belushi's was probably going to be the best bet. Might just be the tacky 1990s website, but the Oscar Wilde makes the Bell and Hare look upmarket by comparison.
Walked past the Oscar Wilde a few times. Looked a right shithole and from what people said it was a bit of a lottery sometimes showing the footy
 

arunspurs

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Hi Guys...

I have got a job offer in Berlin. If my visa processing all goes well, I will be shifting from Australia to Germany in next 1.5 month.
I am so happy that I could now have more chance of seeing my beloved Spurs. Are there any Spurs group based in Berlin ?
 
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not_tenth-again

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https://www.facebook.com/events/421760828029863/

Tottenham Hotspur - Germany and Spurs im Süden will meet each other to watch Spurs v West Ham in an Irish Pub in Stuttgart, if anyone is interested. We won'T be able to recruite 300-400 people like we did at Audi Cup, but we are already about 12 and hope for more ;)
I'm now living 30 minutes out of Stuttgart, next time there is a catch up in Stuttgart you can count me in
 

not_tenth-again

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Made my move to Berlin for a year....
Are there any Spurs fans frequenting pubs here ?
Bit early I know but how is it going? I've only been here 4 weeks but I'm loving it. Weather has been much better than expected but obviously doesn't compare to Australia at this time of year.

Hope you manage to find a few Spurs watchers up there in Berlin.
 

Riandor

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My contract with Bosch expires end of April, so any do in Stuttgart at the end of the season will likely be without me :(
 

arunspurs

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Bit early I know but how is it going? I've only been here 4 weeks but I'm loving it. Weather has been much better than expected but obviously doesn't compare to Australia at this time of year.

Hope you manage to find a few Spurs watchers up there in Berlin.
It looks a great city. I haven't explored much till now. I have been caught in some bearucracy nightmare in settling down.
I did go to a Irish pub for Liverpool game. Came across fans cheering Spurs whole game but quickly realised they are United supporters....
 

not_tenth-again

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It looks a great city. I haven't explored much till now. I have been caught in some bearucracy nightmare in settling down.
I did go to a Irish pub for Liverpool game. Came across fans cheering Spurs whole game but quickly realised they are United supporters....
The Germans love a bit of bureaucracy. Luckily for me my partner is German and dealt with most of that stuff. Having to sort out schools for kids, health insurance, tax numbers and residential stuff would have send my through the bends.

What I have found though is that although it takes a while once it's done, it's done... my memories of Australian bureaucracy is lost paperwork and the constant repeating of facts that have been known for years. Anyway, good luck with the transition.

Back to footballing matters. C'mon Stuttgart, C'mon Spurs. Hope both my teams can roll the big name clubs this weekend
 

carpediem991

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The Germans love a bit of bureaucracy. Luckily for me my partner is German and dealt with most of that stuff. Having to sort out schools for kids, health insurance, tax numbers and residential stuff would have send my through the bends.

What I have found though is that although it takes a while once it's done, it's done... my memories of Australian bureaucracy is lost paperwork and the constant repeating of facts that have been known for years. Anyway, good luck with the transition.

Back to footballing matters. C'mon Stuttgart, C'mon Spurs. Hope both my teams can roll the big name clubs this weekend
Nah don't follow VfB Stuttgart. You need to take a look at Stuttgarter Kickers in the third tier. Real passion and football....and my employer :D
 

not_tenth-again

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Nah don't follow VfB Stuttgart. You need to take a look at Stuttgarter Kickers in the third tier. Real passion and football....and my employer :D
Did I mention that I'm looking for a job???;)

Off to the big boys game tomorrow, I expect Stuttgart will get spanked but you never turn down a free ticket