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

Wembley: Shahid Khan withdraws 'divisive' offer to buy national stadium from FA

Fulham owner Shahid Khan withdraws his offer to buy Wembley Stadium from the Football Association.

Women's Champions League: Chelsea 1-0 Fiorentina

Karen Carney's early penalty earns Chelsea Women a 1-0 Champions League first-leg lead against Italian side Fiorentina.

Glasgow City thrashed by Barcelona - highlights & report

Glasgow City's Women's Champions League ambitions appear to be over for another season after last year's quarter-finalists Barcelona thrashed them 5-0.

Messi & Ronaldo, then ... ? Vote for your third-best player in the world

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have won the past 10 men's Ballon d'Or awards - but who is the third-best player in the world?

Ex-Arsenal boss Wenger has offers from 'all over the world' - vote on his next destination

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he expects to be back in work on 1 January and has offers from "all over the world".

Jim McIntyre: Dundee appoint former Ross County boss as new manager

Jim McIntyre is appointed Dundee manager on a one-year rolling contract, following the departure of Neil McCann.

London Stadium should make money and West Ham's £3m-a-year rent not too low - Brady

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady says the London Stadium should be making money, not incurring huge losses.

Could Giroud move across London again? Thursday's gossip column

West Ham want Olivier Giroud, Neymar regrets Paris St-Germain move, north-west duo eye Bergwijn, Juventus show interest in Matthijs De Ligt, plus more.

Who gets in your combined Chelsea-Man Utd team?

There will be a host of talent on show at Stamford Bridge on Saturday - but who would make your Chelsea and Manchester United combined XI?

Guardiola 'the reference' for Henry as Monaco boss

Thierry Henry says Pep Guardiola, his former boss at Barcelona, will be his reference as he begins his managerial career at Monaco.

Latest Boxing News

Haye-Chisora? So crazy it might work

David Haye and Dereck Chisora are an unlikely alliance but it's so crazy that it just might work. James Dielhenn asked both men how Haye has become Chisora’s manager…

Fielding: I can be the King of New York

Rocky Fielding says a stunning upset win over Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez would make him "the King of New York and the new face of boxing".

Floyd: Khabib fight 'will happen'

Floyd Mayweather says a money-spinning bout with UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov "is happening".

Sky Live: Boston Blockbuster

Katie Taylor, Demetrius Andrade and Tevin Farmer are all in world title action, while Tommy Coyle, Kid Galahad and Scott Quigg also feature on a blockbuster night in Boston.

Bellew: Muscles don't matter

Tony Bellew has been forced to shed 30lbs to make the cruiserweight limit, but is not interested in gaining a muscular physique for his fight with Oleksandr Usyk.

Toe 2 Toe podcast

Welcome to the Ringside Toe 2 Toe podcast, an online offering from Sky Sports bringing you the latest news and views from the world of boxing.

British boxing's newest star?

Donning a remarkable Mexican outfit, with thousands roaring him on, Joe Laws became a star in an instant on Saturday night, so we met the man behind that memorable mask.

Haye becomes Chisora's manager

Dereck Chisora has named former rival David Haye as his new manager.

'Chisora more dangerous for Whyte'

Dereck Chisora made a smart move by naming David Haye as his new manager and has now become a "more dangerous opponent" for Dillian Whyte, says Johnny Nelson.

Canelo: GGG trilogy can follow Rocky

World middleweight champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez would welcome a third meeting with Gennady Golovkin if the public demand it after he faces Rocky Fielding.

Latest Cricket News

England beat Sri Lanka to take 2-0 series lead

England outclass Sri Lanka to win a rain-affected third one-day international and take a 2-0 series lead with two games left.

ECB defends touring Sri Lanka during monsoon season

The ECB says it had "very little wriggle room" when organising the tour of Sri Lanka, after a third successive ODI was affected by rain.

Robert Croft leaves Glamorgan head coach role

Glamorgan part company with coach Robert Croft after three seasons in charge, after the county finished bottom of the County Championship.

'I've always conducted myself with integrity' - Jayasuriya responds to corruption charges

Ex-Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya says he has acted with "integrity and transparency" following charges from the International Cricket Council.

Ex-England opener Carberry agrees Leicestershire exit

Former England opener Michael Carberry parts company with Leicestershire by mutual consent.

Denly called up as Dawson ruled out of Sri Lanka tour

Spinner Liam Dawson is ruled out of the remainder of England's one-day international tour of Sri Lanka because of a side strain.

Stuart Law: West Indies coach banned for two one-day internationals

West Indies coach Stuart Law is suspended by the ICC for the first two of his side's five one-dayers against India.

India v West Indies: Hosts again win inside three days to clinch series

Umesh Yadav claims a 10-wicket haul as India again beat tourists West Indies inside three days to win their two-Test series 2-0.

Australia tried to be too aggressive, says England's Anderson

Australia's cricketers have "tried too hard to be aggressive" in the past few years, says England bowler James Anderson.

James Bracey: Gloucestershire batsman agrees new contract until 2021

James Bracey signs a new deal with Gloucestershire to keep him at the club until the end of the 2021 season.