The Murderers Pub, Sports Bar in Norwich


Welcome to Norwich's Premier Live Sports Venue

We don't show the best sports around, we show the best sports in the best pub with the best atmosphere in entire UK!. 'The Murderers' received National recognition at The Morning AdvertisersGreat British Pub Awards 2015, winning the Best Sports Pub catagory. We have multiple large screen TV's all around the pub and some are even equipped with 4K Technology. Bring your own glasses or borrow then from the bar. We even have TV's in the loo's so you don't miss a single second of the action!!

The Murderers shows most leading sports including (click on the titles below to view TV schedules):

Sky Football Live Fixtures

BT Sport Football Fixtures

ESPN Live Fixtures

All England Football Matches

Rugby Union & Rugby League

Major Boxing Matches

Forumla One

Top Cricket

Wimbledon Tennis

Norwich Ciy's Fixture List

and many more sporting events.

Latest Football News

'He was regarded as a genius - now rattled Mourinho looks outdated'

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is "looking outdated" and his personality has changed, says ex-Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.

Paul Pogba: Manchester United midfielder 'can't be happy', says France coach Didier Deschamps

France coach Didier Deschamps says Paul Pogba "can't be happy" finding himself out of favour at Manchester United.

Garth's Team of the Week - who turns all he touches to gold, and who erupted spectacularly?

Which player's touch turns everything to gold? And who erupted like Mount Vesuvius? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and pick your own selection.

Klopp pumps up the volume, and Salah could eclipse Drogba - the weekend's best stats

How Klopp's Liverpool are playing heavy metal football and why West Brom are so brittle - our analysis of the best stats of the Premier League weekend.

'And the shot is diverted over the... pie!' - Watch supporter save a fellow fan's snack

A fan's quick reactions at Pittodrie saves the snack and drink of a fellow supporter when Kenny McLean's shot whistles over the crossbar.

Lyon face European ban after Uefa charges

Lyon face a European ban after being charged by Uefa over crowd trouble at Thursday's Europa League defeat by CSKA Moscow, while on a suspended ban.

FA Cup Stories: How Wigan fans watched quarter-final with Southampton

BBC Sport follows Wigan fans as they look for another famous FA Cup giant-killing in their quarter-final against Southampton.

Former Villa boss Gregory wins Indian Super League

Former Aston Villa boss John Gregory wins the Indian Super League with Chennaiyin FC.

Ex-Man Utd midfielder Morrison to discuss Jamaica option

Former Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison is due to meet with Jamaica officials later this month about a switch of national allegiance.

Chelsea to host Sunderland or Man City in Women's FA Cup semi-finals

Chelsea Ladies will host either Sunderland Ladies or Manchester City Women in the Women's FA Cup semi-finals.

Latest Boxing News

AJ-Parker referee confirmed

Giuseppe Quartarone has been confirmed as the referee for the world heavyweight unification fight between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker.

Crolla on Joshua-Parker bill

Anthony Crolla’s road to becoming a two-time world lightweight champion will resume on March 31 when he faces Edson Ramirez at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Lucas Browne, the odd one out?

Lucas Browne has a face that doesn’t fit, complete with a crown and a teardrop tattooed under each eye, writes James Dielhenn. He has never felt welcome, but is staying put.

AJ wants Whyte 'tear-up'

Anthony Joshua would welcome another Dillian Whyte 'tear-up' if his British heavyweight rival can defeat Lucas Browne, says promoter Eddie Hearn.

Mayweather to apply for MMA licence

Floyd Mayweather has fuelled speculation he could face Conor McGregor in a rematch after confirming he plans to apply for mixed martial arts licence later this year.

Rebuilding the 'Body Snatcher'

Dillian Whyte rebuilt his body and mind after the Anthony Joshua fight and the heavyweight contender is primed for his upcoming battle with Lucas Browne.

Smith lands Ali world title shot

Liam Smith will attempt to regain the WBO light-middleweight title when he travels to America to challenge Brooklyn boxer Sadam ‘World Kid’ Ali on May 12.

Sky Live: Whyte vs Browne

Dillian Whyte takes on Lucas Browne in a heavyweight fight of serious consequence, live on Sky Sports Action at 7pm on Saturday from London’s O2.

Bruno: Joshua must avoid Parker war

British boxing great Frank Bruno says Anthony Joshua needs to be careful he does not get drawn into a war when he takes on Joseph Parker.

'Countdown' begins now for Parker

Joseph Parker has arrived in London ahead of his heavyweight unification clash with Anthony Joshua and has vowed to put on the best performance of his career.

Latest Cricket News

Kevin Pietersen: An idiosyncratic genius who could be both divisive and dazzling

There have been players more reliable and better liked by team-mates than Kevin Pietersen but, says Tom Fordyce, very few have dazzled and dominated as he did.

West Indies close in on World Cup place after Zimbabwe win

West Indies move to the brink of qualification for the 2019 World Cup with a narrow four-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in Harare.

Needle will remain in SA v Australia series - Elgar

The third Test between South Africa and Australia will not lack intensity without bowler Kagiso Rabada, says Dean Elgar.

'I have a lot of cricket left in me' - Broad as he goes for 400th Test wicket

England's Stuart Broad says he has "a lot of cricket left" as he targets his 400th Test wicket in the two-match series against New Zealand.

New Zealand v England: Martin Guptill added to Black Caps squad for first Test

Batsman Martin Guptill is added to New Zealand's 13-man squad for the first Test against England, starting on Thursday.

World Cup Qualifier: Ireland beat Scots to keep hopes alive

Ireland are still in with a chance of making the World Cup after defeating in-form Scotland by 25 runs in Harare.

Nick Gubbins: Middlesex opener stars in South's win over North in Barbados

Middlesex batsman Nick Gubbins overcomes cramp to hit 116 in South's 63-run win over the North in Bridgetown.

Kevin Pietersen: Michael Vaughan praises 'retiring' ex-England team-mate

Former England captain Michael Vaughan says Kevin Pietersen was the "best batsman I had the pleasure to play with".

New Zealand XI v England: Joe Root makes ton in final warm-up match

England captain Joe Root makes a century on the final day a second tour match against a New Zealand XI prior to next week's first Test against the Kiwis.

Heather Knight on what's next for women's cricket

After 2017's successes, trophies and honours, England captain Heather Knight discusses how women's cricket can progress further - and looks ahead to the tour of India.