In the not too distant past watching sport in the pub largely meant groups of men heading out to watch other men compete. But the landscape is changing.
Pub footballers are once again being given the chance to emulate their Premier League heroes.
The government has announced that it plans to relax licensing hours for pubs that close at 11pm on Friday May 18 and Saturday May 19 for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Love never goes out of fashion, but the way we find it is changing. The pub used to be the place where romances would begin. Can it be again?
As 'The Beast from the East' slowly passed over the UK, publicans took to social media to show they were open and a warm, inviting place for customers.
Pubs will be in for a footballing feast in April with both Sky Sports and BT Sport revealing their live matches for the month.
Sports pub finder app MatchPint has signed with Budweiser to support pubs during the FIFA World Cup this summer.
The Champions League draw couldn't have worked out much better for English clubs — or English pubs.
Men are likely to be the big spenders on Valentine's Day – in both cash terms and the time it takes to get ready.
Pubs could be in for a week to get the heart racing, with spending set to increase on Valentine's Day this year.
A licensee who has raised thousands of pounds with a host of events has been named Prostate Cancer's Landlord of the Month for February.
Pub customers are being reminded that you can find love in the pub without having to swipe right.
It's Hearts over Hibs for Edinburgh licensee Kevin McGhee whose pub, The Athletic Arms, is a known venue for Heart of Midlothian fans – despite Kevin himself being a confirmed fan of local rivals Hibernian FC.
Broadcasters Sky and BT have released details of the live football they will be showing over the next couple of months.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been on the receiving end of some serious flak after a gaffe-strewn lead up to her own Burns Night celebrations.
Nobody puts on a show quite like the Americans and the annual hard- hitting extravaganza that is the Super Bowl is no exception.
Scotland are on the up, England are beating all-comers, Wales are fresh from victory over South Africa and Ireland had a cracking autumn.
World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua is returning to the ring and pubs will be able to screen the bout on Sky Sports Box Office.
Like many good stories, this one begins in the pub.
Pubs could be given permission to party into the early hours when Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle.