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

Alonso double earns Chelsea Wembley win against Tottenham

Marcos Alonso scores twice as champions Chelsea beat Tottenham in their first Premier League game at Wembley Stadium.

Huddersfield beat Newcastle to continue winning start

Huddersfield make it two wins from their first two Premier League games as Aaron Mooy's stunning strike sees off Newcastle.

Nicolai Muller: Hamburg winger celebrates goal and ruptures knee ligament

Hamburg winger Nicolai Muller wheels away after scoring against Augsburg, ruptures a knee ligament while celebrating, and will now miss the next seven months of the season.

Samir Nasri: Manchester City midfielder in talks with Antalyaspor

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri is in talks to join Turkish side Antalyaspor on a two-year contract.

Leicester's Harry Maguire - is he the best signing of the summer?

Could Leicester's Harry Maguire be the best signing of the summer transfer window? Former team-mate Alex Bruce believes Maguire has "everything you want" from a centre-half.

Stoke fed up of criticism - Hughes

Stoke's victory over Arsenal was the result of the team and fans being "fed up of criticism", says manager Mark Hughes.

Scotland squad: Who will Gordon Strachan pick for Lithuania?

On the eve of the Scotland squad announcement, BBC Scotland looks at some of the names hoping to make it into Gordon Strachan's pool.

Young Celtic side see off Kilmarnock - watch the best of the action

Celtic defeat Kilmarnock for the second time in 11 days through goals from James Forrest and Callum McGregor.

Highlights: May scores twice on home debut in Aberdeen win

Stevie May scores twice on his Pittodrie debut as Aberdeen beat Dundee to make it three wins from three.

Hamburg winger ruptures knee in goal celebration

Hamburg winger Nicolai Muller is to miss the next seven months after he ruptures a knee ligament when celebrating a goal.

Latest Boxing News

Fight Night talking points

Terence Crawford produced a supreme performance to become the undisputed super-lightweight champion, while Dillian Whyte edged closer to a world title shot.

Macklin: Whyte still improving

Matthew Macklin believes Dillian Whyte is getting better with every fight as the heavyweight closes on a world title shot.

Crawford clinically stops Indongo

Terence Crawford became the undisputed champion of the super-lightweight division after clinically stopping Julius Indongo in the third round of their battle for all the belts.

Whyte blasts past Tann in US

Dillian Whyte moved closer to a world title shot against Deontay Wilder after stopping Malcolm Tann in the third round on his American debut at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln.

Ward: Joshua bout 'not off the table'

World light-heavyweight champion Andre Ward says "time will tell" as to whether he will share the ring with heavyweight king Anthony Joshua.

Ward: This isn't Creed, Bellew

Andre Ward insists he would have no problem stepping up to cruiserweight to fight Tony Bellew, although the WBA, IBF, and WBO light heavyweight champion says he is considering his options before agreeing to his next fight.

Shakur shines in Lincoln

Shakur Stevenson produced an impressive performance as he outpointed David Paz at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln.

Preview: Crawford v Indongo

Everything you need to know about Terence Crawford's unification clash against Julius Indongo, with all the super-lightweight titles at stake, live on Sky Sports.

WATCH: Behind the scenes at UFC

Sky Sports reporter Fraser Dainton has been given a guided tour of the UFC's new state-of-the-art Performance Institute in Las Vegas ahead of Conor McGregor's much-anticipated fight with Floyd Mayweather.

Whyte welcomes MMA rivalry

Dillian Whyte says the growing rivalry between boxing and MMA can only be a good thing and he would be open to a cross-code showdown for himself.

Latest Cricket News

England's Stuart Broad wants to play in 2019 Ashes after Test wicket milestone

Stuart Broad says he hopes to play in the 2019 Ashes, after going past Sir Ian Botham on the list of England's all-time Test wicket-takers.

Women's Super League: Priest ton helps Storm to 10-wicket win over Diamonds

Rachel Priest's ton helps Western Storm beat Yorkshire, while Lightning and Stars also win in the women's Super League.

Ian Bell: England batsman stands down as Warwickshire captain

England batsman Ian Bell steps down as captain of Warwickshire in all formats of the game.

This series could be one of the saddest for Test cricket - Vaughan

England's series against West Indies will be "sad to watch", says ex-England captain Michael Vaughan after the hosts' crushing win at Edgbaston.

England thrash West Indies in three days - report & highlights

England take 19 wickets on the third day to beat West Indies by an innings and 209 runs in the day-night Test at Edgbaston.

England v West Indies: Stuart Broad hails inspirational Sir Ian Botham after passing his wicket tally

England bowler Stuart Broad describes Sir Ian Botham as a "hero" after passing his tally of 383 Test wickets, moving into second place on England's all-time list.

Pint-sized TMS: Landmark Stuart Broad wicket as England cruise to win over poor West Indies

Stuart Broad passes Ian Botham's tally of 383 wickets as England thrash West Indies by an innings and 209 runs in the day-night Test at Edgbaston.

Where's the ball, Joe? Root searches for lost six

England captain Joe Root goes searching under the covers to retrieve the ball after West Indies' Jermaine Blackwood hit a six in the first Test at Edgbaston.

Can we have our ball back? Fancy dress fans celebrate steward's U-turn

Amusing scenes at Edgbaston as fans in fancy dress protest against a steward taking away their inflatable ball - then celebrate wildly when it is returned.

Don Shepherd - tribute to a Welsh cricket legend

BBC Wales Sport pays tribute to Glamorgan great Don Shepherd, who has died at the age of 90.