Spring sports are ready to start their seasons. Whether you’re a fan of baseball or soccer, golf or tennis, Albuquerque offers lots of spots to watch and cheer on your favorite athletes.

12th Street Tavern

People sit and mingle around the bar at 12th Street Tavern

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12th Street Tavern has a great, relaxed atmosphere for casual sports viewing. Enjoy classic comfort food from shareable appetizers to filling entrees while watching one of the big-screen TVs. The pet-friendly patio lets you bring your furry friend along, too.

Albuquerque Civic Plaza

New Mexico United fans sit on Civic Plaza watching a game

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Managed by the Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque Civic Plaza typically hosts watch parties for New Mexico United and other soccer games each year. These are a great opportunity to watch the game on a big screen with your family.

Rio Bravo Brewing Company

Someone picks up a wing from a large plate with a beer in front of them at Rio Bravo Brewing Company

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Rio Bravo Brewing Company serves up delicious beer and food in a historic warehouse. Try the "death by fire" wings if you’re looking to really spice things up. The pub-style bar faces a large television to watch your favorite players.

Spectators Sports Pub & Grill

A philly cheese steak, onion rings and glass of beer from Spectators Sports Bar and Grill

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If you want to cheer on all of your favorite teams, Spectators is the place to go. With 40 TVs carrying all major sports, Spectators is a casual, fun environment to catch a game. Should your team lose, it’s easy to pick yourself back up again with a game of shuffleboard or pool.

Stadium66 Sports Bar

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Located inside Route 66 Casino Hotel, Stadium66 Sports Bar will make you feel like you’re at the game. Stadium66 features a state-of-the-art sound system and more than 70 TVs to see all the action. Dine on fan food and local craft beer.

Steel Bender Brewyard

A beer sits on the counter at Steel Bender Brewyard. In the background two TVs play an NFL game

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Enjoy stadium food with a New Mexican twist and a cold beer at Steel Bender Brewyard. Snack on fried green chile strips and sip a blue corn lager while watching the game on one of the many TVs located inside the brewery.

The Salt Yard

A view of Salt Yard West

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Play a game yourself during a game at The Salt Yard. With giant screens, you won’t miss a second while playing ping pong, shuffleboard or cornhole. Stop by The Salt Yard’s east or west location – and bring along your dog to hang on the outdoor patio!

Isotopes Park

Isotopes Park

Prefer the excitement of watching a game in person? Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park is the home of the Albuquerque Isotopes, the city’s minor league baseball team, as well as New Mexico United, the state’s professional soccer team. The Isotopes’ season starts each April and runs through September, while United matches take place from April through October. Isotopes Park is nicknamed “The Lab” and features more than 11,000 seats as well as a grassy area where families can have a picnic while watching a game. Concessionaires offer everything from the standard hotdogs, hamburgers and pizza to specialties with New Mexican flair such as green chile Philly cheesesteak sandwiches.