Sportsters Falkirk


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Ginuary offer launched

Sportsters Falkirk is delighted to announce our brand new Ginuary offer to celebrate 2017. Throughout January we’ll be giving you the chance to try 10 premium gins and a variety of garnishes, perfect for expanding your horizon or finding the perfect gin!

To start the adventure do the following:

  • Pick a 25ml (Rocks glass – £3.50) or 50ml (Goblet – £5.50)
  • Pick your choice of Gin
  • Pick your choice of garnish
  • Pick Schweppes or Franklins tonic water
  • Enjoy!

So don’t miss out throughout January, come to Sportsters and enjoy Ginuary in style!

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Sportsters £575 Jackpot Quiz this Thursday!

Sportsters has been saving up for this moment all year. We’ve put £25 aside each week and been building up a lovely jackpot to give away in the run up to Christmas. The jackpot for this Thursday? A Whopping £575!

There will also be prizes for the top three placed teams, not just the winner this week. The prizes will be the following:

  • 1st = £450!
  • 2nd = £75
  • 3rd = £50

The best bit about all this, our quiz is completely free to enter. Yes, that’s right, the UK’s largest smartphone pub quiz is entirely free to enter! Plus, with snacks for all teams, why wouldn’t you give it a shot?

The quiz starts from 21:00, but we advise getting in early to get the best seats in the house.

Click here to book online or give us a call on 01324 673220.

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Sportsters Falkirk is proud sponsors of Braes FC & Stenhousemuir Ladies FC.

Sportsters is the perfect venue for both teams and their opposition’s to relax after their matches as we provide them with post match refreshments. We are into our 3rd season sponsoring Braes, who won the double last year, and it is our first year sponsoring Stenhousemuir Ladies.

We wish both teams the best of luck this season!

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Supporting Falkirk Football Club

Sportsters Falkirk proudly support Falkirk Football Club.

We have enjoyed the past few seasons as we followed them to the Scottish Cup Final, and then the Promotion Play Off Final. On both occasions Falkirk were unlucky not to win, but we are hoping for 3rd time lucky with some success this season. Whether you join us for a bite to eat before the match, or come back post match to celebrate, we will be ready for you!


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Another STLN Victory

In November 2016, Sportsters Falkirk were awarded Social Responsibility Award by SLTN.

Customer safety has always been a priority at Sportsters. From Bar Staff to Door Supervisors, we are always vigilant to prevent any and all risks to patrons and staff.

This is the 3rd SLTN award the venue has received following last year’s victory in the Sports Bar category, and 2009’s victory in the Nightclub category by adjoining club, City Falkirk.

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Winning Big!

Sportsters Falkirk won the award for Best Sports Bar at the Scottish Licensing Trade News (SLTN) Awards held at Glasgow’s Hilton Hotel. Comedian Jimmy Carr presented the sports bar with the award, beating off stiff competition from Glasgow’s The Crafty Pig and Rhoderick Dhu.

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Scoops top BBN award

Sportsters, in Princes Street, captured the Best Bar prize in this year’s Best Bar None Scotland National Awards 2015/16, beating off 54 finalists from across the country.

The pub picked up its award at a ceremony in Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel last week. Best Bar None chairman Mandy Haeburn-Little said: “Sportsters has shown an excellent standard of practice and takes great pride in its premises and surroundings.

These awards are all about quality – quality of experience when going out, quality of customer care and quality being applied to every aspect of a visit. “We all want to enjoy going out, we all want to feel safe and we all want to know that family and friends are safe.

In addition, BBN particularly looks at how premises support getting everyone home safely which matters a lot when we consider anyone who may be feeling vulnerable or who is unsure how to get home.”

Article taken from Falkirk Herald

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