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The Sportman is Bangkok's biggest sport bar, dedicated to showing soccer, rugby, NFL, NBA, NHL golf, tennis, snooker, UFC and boxing as well as other live sports on request. You'll also find 14 Brunswick pool tables, five dart boards, Shuffleboard, pinball, foosball, chess and video games including Goldentee. To eat, the kitchen serves Thai, European and Indian food from 8am-1am daily. 

Events Happening at Sportsman
Bangkok Hilarious Comedy Club and Out BKK hosts the second edition of the LGBTQ+ party, featuring live music from LGBTQ+ artists, drink promotions and plenty of dancing.
When: Jul 15-16, 7pm
The upstairs Live Lounge hosts performances from locally-based singers, DJs and musicians like Benjamin Steger, Thomas Murcutt, Jordan Bradley and Anton Aatamila, Claire Stanley and Valerie Bentson. 
When: Jul 21, 7:30pm
Wordsmiths fight it out over 3 minutes at Live Lounge for a grand prize of B3,000 at this event hosted by Bangkok Lyrical Lunacy. Entry and spectating cost are the same. 
When: Jul 28, 7pm
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Phone: 02-168-7241
Sportsman, Trendy Building, 10/22 Sukhumvit Soi 13, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Nana

Opening Hours:

Mon-Thu noon-11pm; Fri-Sat noon-midnight



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