Watch the African Cup of Nations at The Crown, BristolPosted on: 18 Jan 2017
The St Nick’s pub is the location of choice to catch the best of the footballing action from Gabon, with its eight screens ensuring you won’t miss a beat.
The Crown has established itself as Bristol’s premier viewing destination for this year’s African Cup of Nations, showing one of both the early and late kick-offs each day this week.
This evening, see host nation Gabon take on 2013 finalists Burkina Faso at 4pm, before hotly-tipped Cameroon play Guinea at 7pm - both times GMT. Closer to home, the FA Cup replay between Plymouth Argyle and Liverpool will also be screened at 7.45pm.
With food served until 9pm and a stellar selection of drinks, The Crown has something to please even the most stubborn soccer nay-sayer. Occupying the same site since 1741, The Crown is a real ale pub and cider house with an edge. This superb venue blends the traditional with the alternative to create one of Bristol’s must-visit locations.
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