America’s Biggest Sporting Event Super Bowl

Hamburg’s many Super Bowl parties will make you feel like you’re right in the U.S. of A for tailgating, kickoff and the halftime show.

SUPER BOWL New England Patriots, Quarterback Tom Brady

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It’s hands down America’s biggest sporting event: The Super Bowl. The National Football League’s (NFL’s) annual finale traditionally takes place the first Sunday in February in the US. but football fans in Hamburg won’t be left out – there are plenty of Super Bowl parties in the ‘Hansestadt’ to choose from.

That means there’s no need to feel down that you aren’t one of the tens of thousands of fans cheering in the stadium. If the price tag alone doesn’t make you think again – even the cheapest tickets usually cost upwards of $3,500 – you can rest easy knowing that there are plenty of opportunities to watch, cheer and celebrate with other football fans right here in Hamburg. So, pick a party, grab a beer and snacks, and tune in with the other 800 million viewers worldwide to watch the Eagles take on the Patriots.

Massive Super Bowl Party in Wilhelmsburg

Ran Super-Bowl-Party

Where: (Wilhelmsburg)
Doors open: 10 p.m.
Entrance fee: EUR 10

Believe the hype and head to Wilhelmsburg for the official Super Bowl party of German TV provider ProSieben and sports programme Ran. The game will be projected on a huge screen via live broadcast for all to see. And when you’re not watching the game, you can brush up on your football knowledge or boogie with the cheerleaders and DJs heating up the arena. And of course no Super Bowl would be complete without snacks galore. All the best eats can be found at the arena’s many food stands.

Other Super Bowl Parties

Hofbräu Wirtshaus, Wandsbek

Where: Bahngärten 28, 22041 Hamburg (Wandsbek)
Doors open: 10 p.m.
Entrance fee: None

The Super Bowl live on the big screen. But more importantly – chicken wings!

More information: Wirtshaus Wandsbek

Hofbräu Hamburg

Where: Esplanade 6, 20354 Hamburg (Hamburg-Altstadt)
Doors open: 10 p.m.
Entrance fee: EUR 14.90

Enjoy the game live on the big screen while you enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet – American heartland-style.

More information: Hofbräu Hamburg

Thomas Read Irish Pub

Where: Nobistor 10, 22767 Hamburg (St. Pauli)
Doors open: 8 p.m.
Entrance fee: none

You won’t even know where to look with four big screen TVs to choose from, not to mention the two huge projectors. And you’ll be covered for food as well. Chicken wings? Check. Super Bowl specials? Check? Hotdogs? Double check – you can either pay by-the-dog (EUR 2) or go all-you-can-eat (EUR 12). Reservations are a must!

More information: Thomas Read

Club Hamburg

Where: Reeperbahn 48, 20359 Hamburg (St. Pauli)
Doors open: 9:30 p.m.
Entrance fee: none

Football as far as the eye can see with five HD flatscreens and eight big-screen projectors!

More information: Club Hamburg


Where: Reeperbahn 157, 20359 Hamburg (St. Pauli)
Doors open: 12 a.m.
Entrance fee: EUR 89 | EUR 99 (including well drinks)

You won’t find more screens anywhere else. Hooters promises 16 – that’s right – 16 big-screen projectors! But screens aren’t all that’s included in the entrance fee. Guests also have access to a big American buffet, draft beer, wine (red, white and sparkling), soft drinks and juices throughout the game, as well as whiskey shots all night long.

More information: Hooters


Where: Weidenbaumsweg 13-15, 21029 Hamburg (Bergedorf)
Doors open: 22 Uhr
Entrance fee: none

More information: Facebook

Bar same same

Where: Alsterdorfer Straße 18 bis 20, 22299 Hamburg (Winterhude)
Doors open: 8 p.m.
Entrance fee: none

The tailgaite party starts at 8! Toast your favourite team (or both teams) with a pitcher of beer, and load up on American snacks, popcorn and more.

More information: Facebook

Hamborger Veermaster

Where: Reeperbahn 162, 20359 Hamburg (St. Pauli)
Doors open: 7 p.m.
Entrance fee: EUR 25

Popular YouTube channel Footballerei will host its Super Bowl party at Hamborger Veermaster on the Reepherbahn. There you may run into well-known podcasters and other special surprise guests. And don’t forget the all-you-can-eat buffet, with hotdogs, spareribs and more.

More information: Footballerei

Watching on TV

Live Broadcast

If big parties aren’t your style, you can still tune in at home. The live broadcast of the Super Bowl Countdown Show starts at 8:15 p.m. on ProSieben MAXX and, and the official Super Bowl programming out of the US is set to begin at 10:45 p.m.

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