Five Edinburgh pubs where Hibs fans will be watching the Scottish Cup final

Due to the current lockdown restrictions no fans will be at Hampden Park in Glasgow onSaturday – so why not try one of these Edinburgh sports bars and enjoy the game with a pint?

Thursday, 20th May 2021, 6:21 pm

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Supporters will not have the thrill of journeying through to Glasgow to see Hibs take on St Johnstone, but luckily Edinburgh is filled with pubs and bars showing live sporting events and here are five that will be green and white in support of the Easter Road side this weekend.

The Three Sisters:

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The Three Sisters has a reputation as a great sports bar

If you’re looking to watch the game on the big screen, then you have found the right place. The event will be shown in The Three Sisters beer garden only, to avoid big crowds in the pub, so make sure you book in advance for a table.

Where and when: 139 Cowgate – Open 12pm – 1am

The Tron:

The Tron is one of the most popular sports bars in the capital. With several TV’s both upstairs and downstairs, it is a big hit with the football fans. If you have ever walked past while there is a big game on, then you will know the atmosphere in The Tron is one you don’t want to miss.

The Tron will be hosting cup final fans on Saturday

Where and when: 9 Hunter Square – Open 12pm -10:30pm


Belushi’s is known for match days booking up fast, so make sure to plan in advance. With a front row seat to the football, and a great food and drinks menu, this is a great option for Saturday.

Where and when: 9-13 Market Street – Open 12pm-10pm

Hibs fans are expected to flock to Belushi's

Footlights Bar & Grill:

With six big TV screens and two large projectors, sit back with a beer and some home-made pub grub while watching the match.

Where and when: 7 Spittal Street – Open 10am – 1am

The Harp and Castle:

Footlights is another top spot for football fans

Located in the heart of Leith, this is one for the Hibs fans. The Harp and Castle is known for never missing a game. If you are looking to relax and watch the football, then this is the place for you with six TVs and two big screens.

Where and when: 296 Leith Walk – Open 11am – 10pm

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The Harp & Castle is a favourite venue for Hibbies