Spurs in Spain

ehalse

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Spent many an hour as a student watching Spurs in St. Patricks. There and Finnegans. Good times!
 

Coyboy

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I didn't like Finnegans. What year were you there? I was there for the 05/06 season.
 
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Hola! I'm going to be in the Nueva Andelucia/Puerto Banus/Marbella area during the time that the Werder Bremen game is on. Can anyone recommend somewhere to watch that game?
 
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Afternoon all,

I'm also going to be in Spain for the Bremen match. I'm in Calpe in Alicante but not having much luck finding anywhere that'll show the game as it seems they'll be showing the Man Uts V Rangers match instead.

Any idea where I'd have any luck watching it, or does anyone know of a website that would suggest a few places?

Cheers,

Tom.
 
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Hola!! Que pasa?!?

I spend half of life residing in Granada, the other half in sunny England! Not many Spurs around at all, just Man U & Liverpool fans from Ireland over here studying!!

If anyone is around the area for a match, PM me and I'll point you in the right direction to see any EPL matches!!

saludos!
 

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For those fans who may be interested: Moore's Bar by the promenade in Aguamarina, Cabo Roig are forming an Official Costa Blanca Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Branch and registrations are taking place there before the Spurs v Chelsea match this sunday 12th December from 4pm. There will also be a free buffet and a raffle for a signed spurs shirt so come and show your support .:beer:
 
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For those fans who may be interested: Moore's Bar by the promenade in Aguamarina, Cabo Roig are forming an Official Costa Blanca Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Branch and registrations are taking place there before the Spurs v Chelsea match this sunday 12th December from 4pm. There will also be a free buffet and a raffle for a signed spurs shirt so come and show your support .:beer:
Am in San pedro at the moment and will be in moore's tomorrow for wolves game. COYS
 

JimmyG2

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Always a few Spurs fans for Spurs games on Sky at 'The Irish Rover' opposite the Bernabeu in Madrid.

And in uptown Oliva on the Valencia coast the Bar Pelut is cheap and friendly.
Quite a few local Brits in there but mainly Man.Utd and Liverpool fans.
 

dav3j

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Buenos tardes senors y senoritas!

I'll be in Sevilla on the last day of the season (19th) and can't bare the thought of having to find out we've made the top 4 by checking the BBC Sport app at 6pm! Any chance there will be a bar somewhere in the city showing our game against Sunderland? It looks like the only other game around that time is Deportivo v Espanyol in La Liga, which obviously aren't local teams.
 

Swanspur

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Buenos tardes senors y senoritas!

I'll be in Sevilla on the last day of the season (19th) and can't bare the thought of having to find out we've made the top 4 by checking the BBC Sport app at 6pm! Any chance there will be a bar somewhere in the city showing our game against Sunderland? It looks like the only other game around that time is Deportivo v Espanyol in La Liga, which obviously aren't local teams.
If you go to 'Merchants' in calle de canalejas, you'll find that they will have the Spurs game on. Have a look at their website here to get a better idea of where it is. http://www.merchantpub.com/ . I lived in Seville for 4 years until quite recently and they always had Skysports as well as various screens. They might well have the Spanish game on too, but there are 2 floors in the pub so you shouldn't have a problem.
 

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€50 to the first Spurs fan to piss on Balaque's shoes. He keeps trying to get Bale sold to Madrid/Barca
 

benski

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Hey guys, season ticket holder here I've moved to madrid for a few months and up for meeting a few yids for the opening games. The irish rover sounds a good shout if thats where most go?

For the record ive got my dog on amber alert - if RM sign Bale we are taking a short walk to the ground to let him piss all over it. Will post pics of course
 

JimmyG2

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Hey guys, season ticket holder here I've moved to madrid for a few months and up for meeting a few yids for the opening games. The irish rover sounds a good shout if thats where most go?

For the record ive got my dog on amber alert - if RM sign Bale we are taking a short walk to the ground to let him piss all over it. Will post pics of course
Irish Rover is a large Spurs friendly pub/bar close to the Bernabeu.
Run by my daughter Liz, mention my name and step back.
Good menu del dia (11 euros for good Spanish food) and special deals for football events.
More Man U and Liverpool fans to be honest
and the events guy is a long standing Man City supporter but nothing's perfect.
 

benski

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Irish Rover is a large Spurs friendly pub/bar close to the Bernabeu.
Run by my daughter Liz, mention my name and step back.
Good menu del dia (11 euros for good Spanish food) and special deals for football events.
More Man U and Liverpool fans to be honest
and the events guy is a long standing Man City supporter but nothing's perfect.
Haha thanks buddy. Sounds like the perfect place to watch games this season. COYS
 
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Seems like there's an Englishman and big Spurs fan playing in La Liga (well, kind of) who needs your help:

I'Anson's [loan] move to Alcorcon has left him with at least one problem to solve - finding a bar that shows Tottenham matches.

"I'm a huge fan. My dad used to take me to matches at White Hart Lane and I was Ledley King's number one fan," he said.

Being based in Madrid for the next nine months will at least allow him to renew acquaintances with his old friend Isco, who joined Real Madrid from Malaga for a reported fee of £23m last summer.

"I'll be ringing him up to go and watch a few Real Madrid games," I'Anson added.
From http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/28259902
 
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