The World Darts Championship is underway but these three darting greats are focused on another target.
Darts great Bobby George says the game is a great soap opera for licensees to showcase in their pubs.
Licensee Simon Delaney proved that he's a special one by receiving an award from another great manager, Jose Mourinho.
Lock-ins aren't what they used to be.
England's former spin king Graeme Swann has compared his job as a pundit to being in the pub.
In those stories where an Englishman an Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a bar, the joke always ends up at the expense of the drinker from the Emerald Isle.
Halloween parties at the pub helped Brits enjoy themselves more this year than last.
Customers could be walking straight to your doors thanks to a new million-pound campaign.
After the drama of the Lions tour, the Home Nations are set to go head-to-head with the Southern Hemisphere's best again.
The year is drawing to a close but between now and then there is plenty of sporting action to keep your customers entertained. He are some of the big events to look out for in November.
The greatest sporting rivals of them all face off again this winter. Let's be honest, the timings aren't ideal for pubs but there are still ways of making The Ashes work for you. Here are a few things to bear in mind.
It might be an event filled with ghouls and ghosts but Halloween represents an opportunity to pubs that is anything but scary.
Showing sport in pubs is a virtual guarantee of loyalty, according to new research.
Darts star Bobby George is stepping up to show his support for Prostate Cancer.
Championship contenders will battle it out on Sky, with the broadcaster confirming live games in November and December.
Is your garden a haven full of customers — or is it just a place where you dump empty kegs and kitchen waste?
The eagerly awaited rematch between heavyweights David Haye and Tony Bellew could help pubs attract more punters in the run up to Christmas.
BT Sport is on the lookout for pub landlords who give their customers something a bit extra when it comes to sport.
Sky Sports has signed a new deal meaning more EFL football will be screened than ever before.
Three-quarters of Brits went on or were planning to 'staycation' this year – up from 70 per cent a year ago.