Spurs in Prague, Czech Republic

robertkc

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Dear All,

I've been working on and off in Prague for the past 2 years and find myself in Prague this coming Saturday for the Ar5ena1 match (13:45 kick off local time I believe). If there's any fellow Spurs in Prague, I'd be keen to either meet up or have any suggestions as to a good venue to watch the match ideally in and around the Old Town/Mustek area, but very happy to hop on the metro if there's a group getting together elsewhere.

Cheers,
Rob
 

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I'll be in Prague in mid-December with the HK rugby team - they have a match against the Czech national team around the 16th or 17th December. Not that that is of any use to you this weekend, but I thought I'd share.
 

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OK - Cheers, first time in Prague? Is it a 7's match against the Czech's?

You'll definitely have a great time in Prague - especially 'post-match'!! :grin:

I'll be in Prague in mid-December with the HK rugby team - they have a match against the Czech national team around the 16th or 17th December. Not that that is of any use to you this weekend, but I thought I'd share.
 

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Moving to Prague next month. By the looks of this, the Tottenham society isn't exactly thriving in Prague?
 

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In Prague with a view to staying permanently.

Just to bump this.
 
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Any decent places to watch us? Don't really fancy George and Dragon on the Old Town Square.
 

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Is O'Che's still there? I recall watching quite a few spurs games there in the late 90's
 

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I usually went to Rocky O'Reilly's off the main square. Too touristy prices for my liking, but they were a safe bet as they showed pretty much everything.
 

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Is O'Che's still there? I recall watching quite a few spurs games there in the late 90's
O'Che's still here.

Think I'll just grab a few beers and watch it at my place rather than suffer the scousers who will undoubtedly be there.
 
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Evening. Not much action in this thread.
I'm in Prague next week and will be looking for somewhere to watch the game v Bayer Levkn.
Is Rocky O'Reilly's the only / best place?
Thanks!
 

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It's definitely the safest place I could find in the half year I stayed there.
 

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That's pretty expensive due to it's proximity to the New Town Square but the football will be on. JJ murphys in Malostranska is owned by a Spurs fan so you're usually good for the football. Prices are pretty good considering it's Malostranska as well. It's just over Charles Bridge off the square - other side of the river.
 
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That's pretty expensive due to it's proximity to the New Town Square but the football will be on. JJ murphys in Malostranska is owned by a Spurs fan so you're usually good for the football. Prices are pretty good considering it's Malostranska as well. It's just over Charles Bridge off the square - other side of the river.
Cheers Liam. That's a bit of a treck from where I'm staying though.
 
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Well you'll all be pleased to know that I found ANOTHER Irish bar in Prague... The Irish Times.
Saw the game accompanied by a dude on an acoustic guitar. Lovely!

Prague is a great city by the way.
 
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