The Golden Sheaf is teaming up with chef and restaurateur Morgan McGlone (formerly of Belle’s Hot Chicken, now Bar Copains and Sunday Potts Point) for an American-style Super Bowl Game Day one-day menu takeover plus $25 beer buckets. The game will be aired live in the sports bar, courtyard and Garden Bar, and DJs will spin tunes from 2pm to keep the party going. Bookings are essential to secure the best pozzie.
Australia loves any chance for a spectator-sport party, so watching the NFL championship game, the Super Bowl, has well and truly become a thing. That means plenty of venues across Sydney air the game and throw Super Bowl parties – this year, the event airs on the morning of Monday, February 12 (AEDT). That means beer buckets and American eats (read: wings, wings and more wings) for breakfast. Time to file for a day of annual leave?
We've rounded up the best Sydney venues that are playing the game live and loud, and an epic half-time show care of our boo, Usher.
Super Bowl Australia – what's the Super Bowl start time in Sydney?
If you're in Sydney, make sure to switch on the TV at 10.30am AEDT.
What channel is the Super Bowl on in Australia?
The Super Bowl 2024 will be broadcast on free-to-air TV on Channel 7 and 7mate (as well as live streaming on 7plus if you're watching online). For subscribers, it will also show on Kayo and the ESPN channel on Foxtel.