Sports 2019-09-16T16:49:09+00:00
Parma v Lecce 20:45
Clifoton Ville v Linfield 20:45
Napoli v Perugia 15:00
Lazio v Cremonese 17:30
FC Porto v Varim 19:00
Inter Milan v Cagliari 20:45
Tottenham v Middlesbrough 21:05
Benfica v Rio Ave 22:15
West Indies v Ireland 18:00
Fiorentina v Atalanta 15:00
AC Milan v SPAL 17:30
Juventus v Udinese 20:45
Premier League TBA
Manchester United v Wolves 20:45
Pacos Ferreira v Famalicao 21:00
Monaco v PSG 21:00
South Africa v England 0:00
Parma v Roma 21:15
South Africa v England 9:00
Adelaide United v Melbourne Victory 9:30
Bundesliga 1, 2 &3, TBA
FC Porto v Sporting Braga 20:00
Schalke 04 v Monchengladbach 20:30
Fulham v Middlesbrough 20:45
Rangers v Stranraer 20:45
Leganes v Getafe 21:00
Sporting Lisbon v Benfica 22:15
South Africa v England 9:00
West Indies v Ireland 23:00
Rugby Union
Lyon v Northampton Saints 14:00
Benetton Rugby v einster 14:00
Pau v Leicester Tigers 14:00
Ulster v Bath Rugby 16:15
Harlequins v Clermont Auvergne 16:15
Exeter Chiefs v La Rochelle 18:30
Sale Sharks v Glasgow Warriors 18:30
Melbourne City v Newcastle Jets 9:30
Bundesliga 1,2 &3 TBA
Watford v Tottenham 13:30
Premier League
QPR v Leeds United 13:30
Lazio v Sampdoria 15:00
Hoffenheim v Eintracht Frankfurt 15:30
Augsburg v Borussia Dortmund 15:30
FC Cologne v Wolfsburg 15:00
Real Madrid v Sevilla 16:00
Manchester City v Crystal Palace 16:00
Sassuolo v Torino 18:00
Barrow v Bromley 18:20
Newcastle United v Chelsea 18:30
RB Leipzig v Union Berlin 18:30
Patrtick Thistle v Celtic 18:30
Napoli v Fiorentina 20:45
Eibar v Atletico Madrid 21:00
UFC 246 Prelims Conor McGregor v
Donald Cerrone 2:00
South Africa v England 9:00
West Indies v Ireland 23:00
Rugby Union
Saracens v Racing 92 14:00
Munster v Ospreys 14:00
Toulouse v Gloucester 16:15
Montpellier v Connacht 16:15
Mallorca v Valencia 12:00
AC Milan v Udinese 12:30
Nottingham Forest v Luton Town 13:00
Bundesliga 1, 2 & 3 TBA
Italian Serie A TBA
Burnley v Leicester City 15:00
Lecce v Inter Milan 15:00
Hertha Berlin v Bayern Munich 15:30
Liverpool v Manchester United 17:30
Paderborn v Bayer Leverkusen 18:00
Genoa v Roma 18:00
Athletic Bilbao v Celta Vigo 18:30
Famalicao v Maritimo 18:30
Juventus v Parma 20:45
Barcelona v Granada 21:00
Rio Ave v Boavista 21:00


Enjoy Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at our Sports Cafe

The Satellite Sports Café opens earlier than almost any other bar in Amsterdam. Our doors open at 9am and stay open until 3am Sunday through to Thursday and 4am on Friday and Saturday. Whilst the sports cafe is open the kitchen is open. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at any time as everything on our extensive menu is available day or night. Our ground floor boasts table seating for around 70 people whilst an additional 20 can sit at the bar. Upstairs can seat 80+ people and also has its own full sized bar.

There is also plenty of standing space and out stadium-like stairs provide excellent views of the cafe and the televisions. As if that wasn’t enough, we recently extended our venue by taking over the adjoining building on Korte Leidsedwarsstraat and transforming it into a state of the art sports bar and restaurant which offers visitors all the same perks as the original sports cafe with a little bit of luxury and comfort thrown in for good measure.

One of the best outdoor terrace sports bars in Amsterdam

Our outdoor terrace sports bar provides seating for an additional 80 people and stays open till late. The terrace is sheltered and heated so you don’t need to worry if it starts to rain or gets a little chilly. Table service is also provided outsite and there are televisions so you can still watch the sporting event you want.