Thanks to one-of-a-kind, sports-focused venues throughout the destination, you won't miss a second of NFL football while visiting Orlando.
Updated Feb. 10, 2021
For fans of the National Football League (NFL), the hunt is on ... for the best places to watch football in Orlando! You can catch all the action at Orlando restaurants, bars and even attractions where HDTVs are paired with gourmet food and drink menus. The pro options featured here are perfect choices, and they're all prioritizing your safety with enhanced health and sanitization measures so you can watch your favorite games with confidence. Get your NFL on in Orlando!
Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified or closed. Learn more about healthy travel and what’s open in Orlando, and check with your favorite attractions for their current status.
Watch NFL Football in Orlando's Tourism District
NBC Sports Grill & Brew at Universal CityWalk
Step into this sports mecca at Universal CityWalk, Universal Orlando Resort's all-in-one entertainment hub, and immerse yourself in football on nearly 100 HDTVs. The venue also boasts a selection of more than 100 bottled and draft beers and ciders, as well as a menu packed with mouthwatering, upscale pub fare. And if the on-screen action lags, there's plenty to do at Universal CityWalk itself.
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Splitsville Luxury Lanes at Disney Springs®
Splitsville Luxury Lanes at Disney Springs is a great place to bowl, and with more than 70 flat-screen TVs inside and on its outdoor patio, it's also a great place to watch football. You'll stay entertained during halftime and after the game, too, thanks to 30 luxury bowling lanes, three billiards tables, an eclectic food menu and four bars, plus everything else there is to experience at Walt Disney World® Resort's dining, shopping and entertainment complex.
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You can watch football at any of Topgolf Orlando's spirited bars, but if that's too sedentary for you, play and watch inside the attraction's climate-controlled bays, each of which has its own HDTV. You can also enjoy chef-driven food and beverages while you get your game(s) on, or even throw a blowout watch party with Topgolf's event catering services.
Kings Dining & Entertainment
The 30,000-square-foot Kings Dining & Entertainment on International Drive offers bowling, billiards, ping pong, shuffleboard and bocce ball, but for football fanatics, the main draw is more than 60 HDTVs and projector screens. Throw in two premium bars and a full-service restaurant for a winning play every time you visit.
Main Event Entertainment
Inventive takes on American classics and handcrafted cocktails complement the on-screen action at Main Event Entertainment, a Pointe Orlando venue with 61 big-screen TVs. There's a lot more to do here, too, such as state-of-the-art bowling, video games — including a free-roam, multiplayer, virtual reality game — a high-ropes adventure course, and billiards.
Learn more: Pointe Orlando
Watch NFL Football in Downtown Orlando
Wall St. Plaza
The party never stops at Wall St. Plaza, a collective of seven themed bars with a shared courtyard in the heart of downtown Orlando, and it gets even wilder on gameday. Member bars include The Hen House, Hooch, The Monkey Bar, Shine, Sideshow, Waitiki and Wall St. Cantina, many of which also serve food.
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Lion's Pride Pub & Grill
Close to downtown's Orlando City Stadium, this venue primarily caters to fans of Orlando City Soccer Club, but they love the "other" kind of football, too! In addition to big-screen HDTVs, they offer American fare made with fresh, local ingredients, as well as a robust selection of beer and cocktails.
The Hammered Lamb
Sports fans are always welcome at this hidden gem in Orlando's Ivanhoe Village neighborhood, adjacent to downtown.
Watch NFL Football at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa
Watching televised NFL games is fun, but nothing beats a live game — which you can experience courtesy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa! If you're a fan of the Bucs or their opponents, here's your chance to root for your favorite team while visiting the Orlando area. Raymond James Stadium is about 90 minutes from downtown Orlando, and a little more than an hour from Walt Disney World.
Watch NFL Football at Orlando Hotels & Resorts
Numerous Orlando-area hotels and resorts have broadcast rights to NFL games, both for in-room televisions and, in many cases, at on-property restaurants and lounges. Check with your preferred place of lodging for onsite NFL availability during your stay.
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