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Plenty of reasons to visit the Sandy Pate Sports Bar this week

10 May 2016

The curtain may have come down on the Football League season last weekend but there is still plenty of action to watch over the coming week.

On TUESDAY West Ham welcome Manchester United in what will be the final ever game at Upton Park with both sides chasing a spot in the top four. The game kicks off at 7.45pm and you can watch it LIVE in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar.

Moreover, Sticky 13s takes place with the jackpot currently standing at £250, so you could win a decent amount of money whilst watching the football! Supporters can also enjoy a burger and a pint for just £5.95.

Moving on to WEDNESDAY and the bar will be showing the big Premier League clash between Liverpool and Chelsea from 8pm. The bar will also be holding their weekly poker night at the same time, so get your bluffing face on and come and win some money!

THURSDAY night will see the bar hold the final Season Ticket Big Money draw of the season with £900 up for grabs! Season ticket holders need to be present in the bar with their season ticket card from 7pm to be in with a chance of winning.

The first of the Sky Bet Football League play-offs also takes place on Thursday evening as Plymouth Argyle travel to Fratton Park to face Portsmouth at 7.45pm – the match will be shown live in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar!

Finally, on FRIDAY you can join us for breakfast in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar between 8am and 11am before we show more live football in the evening. Sheffield Wednesday welcome Brighton & Hove Albion in the first leg of their play-off fixture after the Seagulls missed out on automatic promotion on the final day of the season and it’ll be shown live from 7.45pm. 

The bar will also play host to an entertaining disco and karaoke evening from 9pm, so get on your dancing shoes and come and join us!

The Sandy Pate Sports Bar is located at the back of the Ian Greaves Stand with plenty of free parking. 


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