The Murderers Pub, Sports Bar in Norwich

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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



Sanchez may face Man Utd exit if he does not improve - Wright


Alexis Sanchez might be sold by Manchester United at the end of the season if his form does not improve, Ian Wright tells BBC Radio 5 live.

Watch the four World Cup goals on Fifa's 'Puskas' list


Watch the goals from Ricardo Quaresma, Lionel Messi, Benjamin Pavard and Denis Cheryshev that were up for the Puskas award at the Best Fifa Football Awards 2018.

Spurs better, Man Utd going backwards: How is your team doing compared with last season?


BBC Sport provides the statistics that will help you decide whether your Premier League side are performing better or worse than last season.

Everton: Marco Silva's side lack a striker but are too strong to struggle - Phil Neville


Phil Neville says Everton fans are probably starting to realise what life will be like under Marco Silva - open, expansive football, but conceding goals too.

De Gea is in again - but who else makes Garth Crooks' team of the week?


Who was running riot at the Cardiff City Stadium and who has put their personal issues behind them? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week.

Derby boss Lampard relishing reunion with 'hugely influential' Mourinho


Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's EFL Cup game between Manchester United and Derby County.

Luka Modric named best male player and Marta best female player at Fifa awards


Real Madrid's Luka Modric is named the world's best male player at the Best Fifa Football Awards in London, as Marta is named best female player.

Jim Brogan: Former Celtic, Coventry and Ayr defender dies aged 74


Celtic describe Jim Brogan as an "unsung hero" as the former Scotland defender passes away at the age of 74.

How Cotterill used Lego in his long-term battle against depression


Wales footballer David Cotterill opens up to BBC Sport Wales and shares the story of his long-term battle against depression.

'Alarmed? Loss at Kilmarnock was Celtic boss Rodgers' lowest point'


Brendan Rodgers has made an unconvincing job of putting on a brave face during his most testing time at Celtic.

Latest Boxing News



Bellew: I'll find a way, I always do


Tony Bellew is confident he will upset the odds against "monster" Oleksandr Usyk, in what is likely to be the final fight of his career.

Usyk: Happy to be back in England


Oleksandr Usyk is looking for a hat-trick of major wins on English soil when he defends his four world titles against Tony Bellew in Manchester.

Hearn: Wilder is AJ's sole focus


Eddie Hearn insists Anthony Joshua is "100 per cent" focused on fighting Deontay Wilder next, and is hopeful a deal can be agreed in the coming weeks.

Crolla: Good chance I'll get Loma


Anthony Crolla says he has a "good chance" of setting up a dream showdown with Vasyl Lomachenko, by beating Daud Yordan in their final world title eliminator.

Usyk wary of 'lionheart' Bellew


Oleksandr Usyk respects the knockout power of "lionheart" Tony Bellew, says his team.

WATCH: Bellew jokes about retirement


Tony Bellew has joked he will be divorced if he does not retire after his fight against undisputed world cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.

Nine minutes of hell embolden Joshua


Anthony Joshua's demi-god status was worth absolutely nothing for nine minutes of hell at Wembley on Saturday, when the heavens opened and drenched spectators wondered why Alexander Povetkin wouldn't just lie down, writes James Dielhenn.

AJ dismantles Povetkin at Wembley


Anthony Joshua defended his world heavyweight titles with a devastating knockout of Alexander Povetkin after overcoming an early onslaught from the Russian at Wembley.

Bellew: 'Crazy' Usyk doesn't scare me


Tony Bellew laughed off Oleksandr Usyk's "crazy" staredown ahead of their undisputed world cruiserweight clash in November.

What stood out in AJ's performance?


Anthony Joshua returned to Wembley Stadium in style, stopping Alexander Povetkin in the seventh, but while he was the strong favourite, he still impressed. We asked The Panel to pick out what caught their eye...

Latest Cricket News



Stokes 'not the same' since trial - Flintoff


England all-rounder Ben Stokes is "not the same" player as before his trial for affray, says former England captain Andrew Flintoff.

Stuart Law: Middlesex appoint West Indies boss as new head coach


Middlesex appoint Stuart Law as their new head coach, with the Australian leaving his position as West Indies boss in December.

County Championship: Surrey 67 all out v Essex as champions crumble on day one


Essex take complete control against champions Surrey, ending day one on 197-2 after bowling the hosts out for just 67.

County Championship: Lancashire survival hopes fading at Hampshire


Lancashire reach 123-4 in reply to Hampshire's 187 but losing late wickets leaves Division One survival an unlikely prospect.

Cricket Australia closes investigation into Moeen's 'Osama' complaint


An investigation into a claim that England all-rounder Moeen Ali was called 'Osama' by an Australia player in the 2015 Ashes is closed.

County Championship: Yorkshire safe despite Daryl Mitchell century for Worcestershire


Worcestershire's Daryl Mitchell hits a century but Yorkshire have most to celebrate as they officially secure safety.

County Championship: James Hildreth's century puts Somerset on top against Nottinghamshire


James Hildreth's ton sees Somerset take control despite a late Nottinghamshire revival on the first day at Trent Bridge.

County Championship: Warwickshire's bowlers stun Kent before Will Rhodes ton


Will Rhodes hits 102 not out for Warwickshire after the Bears bowl out Kent for just 167 in their Division Two title decider.

Adil Rashid: Yorkshire & England spinner signs all-format contract at Headingley


England leg-spinner Adil Rashid will be available to play in all formats for Yorkshire after signing a new one-year contract.

County Championship: Durham start well in Paul Collingwood's farewell game v Middlesex


Durham take control of their Division Two match against Middlesex after a strong first day with bat and ball.