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

Brighton sign Locadia for reported club record £14m

Brighton break their transfer record to sign striker Jurgen Locadia from Dutch club PSV Eindhoven for a reported fee of about £14m.

Pele resting at home as hospital reports are denied by spokesperson

Brazil legend Pele is resting at home, says his spokesperson, who has dismissed reports he was taken to hospital with exhaustion.

Aaron Lennon: Burnley agree deal to sign Everton winger

Burnley agree a deal to sign 30-year-old winger Aaron Lennon from Everton for an undisclosed fee.

Robin van Persie: Former Arsenal and Man Utd striker returns to Feyenoord

Former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie signs for boyhood club Feyenoord, 14 years after leaving the Dutch giants.

‘Telephone-number figures’ – Gossip Column Extra: Sanchez special

BBC Sport's David Ornstein and Simon Stone discuss the details of the imminent transfer of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester United.

Premier League predictions: Lawro v Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz

Mark Lawrenson takes on Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz in the latest round of Premier League predictions.

Chelsea interested in Crouch - but no deal imminent

Chelsea have made contact with Stoke about signing veteran striker Peter Crouch but no deal is imminent, BBC Sport understands.

'There's no point trying to hide or deny it' - Mourinho confirms Sanchez talks

Jose Mourinho confirms Manchester United are in talks to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez.

Alexis Sanchez: Coquelin says Gunners team-mates had no problem with forward

Ex-Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin denies newspaper claims that Alexis Sanchez's desire to leave the Gunners led to a fall-out with his team-mates.

Newcastle United: Rafael Benitez knew takeover would not happen in January

Manager Rafael Benitez says he knew "three or four weeks ago" that Amanda Staveley's takeover of Newcastle would not happen in January.

Latest Boxing News

Hearn: Time to talk, Fury

Eddie Hearn has suggested Tyson Fury could challenge Anthony Joshua as early as this summer, as long as he is willing to "talk about it".

Brook: Khan 'must happen'

Kell Brook says his British battle with Amir Khan "surely must happen this year" if they both make successful returns to the sport.

Fury suspension set to be lifted

Tyson Fury's suspension is set to be lifted by the British Boxing Board of Control "subject to receipt and clearance of all medical requirements".

White Rhino receives telling-off!

Dave Allen received a stern telling-off from promoter Eddie Hearn and was told he "won’t get another chance" if he loses his upcoming fight.

Whyte-Browne clash at presser

Dillian Whyte traded insults with Lucas Browne as the heavyweight rivals reignited their feud at a press conference in London.

Whyte: I'll knock out Browne

Dillian Whyte has promised to knock out Lucas Browne when they meet in their WBC 'silver' title fight at The O2 on March 24, live on Sky Sports.

Saunders to defend title against Murray

Billy Joe Saunders will make a fourth defence of his WBO middleweight title against Martin Murray.

USA awaits but AJ-Wilder 'difficult'

Anthony Joshua would go to America to face Deontay Wilder, said promoter Eddie Hearn, but they expect "more difficult negotiations" to arrange that fight.

The truth: Joshua-Price sparring

David Price provides details on knocking Anthony Joshua down during a notorious 2011 sparring session...

Price agrees to Povetkin fight

David Price has accepted an offer to fight Alexander Povetkin on the undercard for Anthony Joshua-Joseph Parker as he wants to "gatecrash" the heavyweight division.

Latest Cricket News

Australia v England: Tourists hold nerve to take 2-0 series lead

England hold their nerve to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day international series with a four-wicket victory over Australia at Brisbane.

Leicestershire sign Pakistan bowlers Abbas & Sohail

Leicestershire sign Pakistan bowlers Mohammad Abbas and Sohail Khan to share the main overseas role for the 2018 season.

Tim Groenewald: Somerset seamer extends deal until end of 2019

Somerset seamer Tim Groenewald extends his contract with the Division One side until the end of the 2019 season.

Stokes 'raring to go' for England as court date set

England all-rounder Ben Stokes is "raring to go" after being made available for selection again, says head coach Trevor Bayliss.

Anya Shrubsole: England vice-captain wins ICC Spirit of Cricket award

England vice-captain Anya Shrubsole wins the ICC's Spirit of Cricket award for her "humility and sportsmanship" during last year's World Cup.

Australia v England: Josh Hazlewood ruled out of second ODI with illness

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is ruled out of the second one-day international against England because of illness.

Ireland beat Scotland to clinch tri-series after 24-run victory in Dubai

Ireland secure victory in the triangular one-day series in Dubai after beating Scotland by 24 runs in a high-scoring contest.

England beat Bangladesh by seven wickets at Under-19 World Cup

Watch highlights of England Under-19s' win over Bangladesh by seven wickets, including a century from captain Harry Brook, at the U19 World Cup in New Zealand.

Paul Downton: Kent name ex-England wicketkeeper as director of cricket

Kent appoint Paul Downton, who spent 18 months as managing director of the ECB, as their new director of cricket.

Under 19 World Cup: Controversial obstructing the field dismissal sparks 'spirit of cricket' debate

South Africa's Jiveshan Pillay is controversially given out obstructing the field after he picked up the ball to return it to West Indies' fielders at the Under-19 World Cup.