Watch Fall Sporting Events at The Chieftain Irish Pub in San Francisco

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Patrons can catch all the fall sports games at The Chieftain, including international matches, UEFA Champions Soccer League, rugby and college sports.

Irish Pub San Francisco

Irish Pub in San Francisco

Football season is finally here, hockey is just beginning and baseball is still going strong. The Chieftain is proud to host patrons during the fall sports season as the best venue in San Francisco to catch a game.

At The Chieftain, patrons can watch all the best international sports games from the NFL, NBA, MLB, MLS, NHL, UEFA Champions Soccer League, rugby and college matches. September and October are packed full of pro and college football, baseball, soccer and hockey games to watch. Patrons can let servers know which games they want to see, The Chieftain will most likely have it available. Groups of game-watchers can also be accommodated, just give The Chieftain a call and they can reserve a space.

The Chieftain’s food and drink menu are the perfect way to enhance the game-watching experience. Known for their Irish fare, the menu includes favorites like beer battered fish and chips and bangers and mash. They also have hot wings, delicious burgers and desserts. Their extensive drink menu has something for everyone, of course including the classic Irish beers on draft.

The Chieftain regularly updates their Facebook page with games they are planning on having up on screen. To see all the news, visit: Check out their website to see daily specials, the full menu and their hours.

About the company:

The Chieftain is a uniquely detailed authentic Irish pub, located at 198 5th Street (cross Howard), directly across the street from The InterContinental Hotel. One block from Moscone Convention Center, and a short walk from many of downtown San Francisco's most familiar hotels and attractions, The Chieftain is the perfect place to stop for some fish and chips, a drink or to catch a game. To check out their menu –well-loved by countless San Francisco natives and visitors, visit their website,

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