The Island’s sports bar scene promises a winning lineup of savory food, refreshing drinks, and unforgettable experiences. Any event can become a party — Boricuas will often bring instruments like “palitos,” “güiros,” “pleneros,” or other typical instruments to cheer on their fellow compatriots. The energy and enthusiasm are so strong that you’ll find yourself cheering and chanting things like “Viene Puerto Rico,” “Wepa,” or something that someone improvised. Puerto Rico doesn't have your run-of-the-mill sports bars — experience the excitement of the game in vibrant, electrifying spaces where every match becomes an epic event. 

From 30-foot panoramic screens and legendary fish tacos to mouthwatering fritters and micro and craft brews, you'll find that the next best thing to actually being on the field is inside a sports bar in Puerto Rico. If you're yearning to hear the crack of the bat, you can enjoy league play that is open to the public, where you can watch rising stars in action. It all adds up to major league moments in a tropical paradise.

Aerial view of Eco's Sports Park.

Enjoy watching a game or playing a match at Eco’s Sports Park.

Eco's Sports Park

San Juan

When you're searching for a place to watch baseball or enjoy a quick game with your friends in Puerto Rico, look no further than Eco's Sports Park. Fans flock to this venue to catch MLB baseball games at their rooftop bar or to play soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis, and racquetball. After your match, celebrate the thrill of victory or ease the agony of defeat at the outdoor entertainment plaza or activity room, where you can keep the friendly competition alive.

Coors Light - Main City Bar


Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets in Bayamón is the Coors Light – Main City Bar. This gem serves delectable dishes and cold beers while your favorite sports events play on the many flat screens. Between its affordable food and drink menu and the friendly staff, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better place to watch the game with your friends.


Old San Juan

Conde Nast Traveler calls Nono's "A casual, buzzy sports bar with everything you'd expect: football on TV, rowdy games of pool, and cold beer in every hand." The iconic buttercup-yellow colonial building is also a hot spot to watch baseball (and other sports). Mere blocks from El Morro in the heart of Old San Juan, you’ll find the wide-open doors and a mix of regulars and tourists enjoying cold Medalla beers. Join in on the fun at this popular Puerto Rico sports bar, where you can catch a game and cheer on your favorite team.

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Inside view of Rincon Beer Co.

Rincón Beer Company is a vibrant microbrewery in Rincón that releases new beers every Friday.


Old San Juan

When visiting historic Old San Juan, look no further than Brickhaus Sports Bar & Grill for a nearby sports bar. Renowned for serving the town's best wings and burgers, they’ve covered the bases when it comes to American comfort food. Conveniently situated on theTetuán street, Brickhaus is the go-to spot to watch your favorite Puerto Rican players while savoring delectable eats — be sure to try their famous Cholo Burger.

Rincón Beer Co.


Named among Puerto Rico's best bars by Condé Nast Traveler, you can elevate your next baseball game watch party at the Rincón Beer Company. This microbrewery in downtown Rincón has a beach town atmosphere and 16 taps of mainly local beers, plus cocktails crafted from house-made ingredients. Cheer on your favorite MLB team while noshing on signature dishes from their 'beer food' menu, including fish tacos and nachos topped with their own IPA cheese.

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Man and woman drinking beer.

Sample any of the 20 beers on tap at the local brewery, Papa Rupe.

24 Market Place

San Juan

Experience the unique charm of watching baseball at 24 Marketplace in Puerto Rico. This locally loved hangout place combines the best food, drinks, and convenience in one spot. Sip on frozen delights like the Coquito frozen, a twist on the traditional Puerto Rican holiday drink. The marketplace boasts a bar for beer and cocktails, a bakery & deli, and a convenience store — all under one roof.

Lupi’s Mexican Grill & Sports Cantina


Find the perfect blend of Tex-Mex delights, all-day happy hour, and baseball fervor at Lupi's Mexican Grill & Sports Cantina in Isla Verde and Old San Juan. Adorned with sports memorabilia, including treasures from ex-Yankees pitcher Eduardo Figueroa, Lupi's is your go-to spot for watching a baseball game in Puerto Rico while enjoying their famous "grande" margaritas and selecting from their comprehensive array of fajitas.

Papa Rupe 


Papa Rupe Brewing Company offers one of the most unique places to catch an MLB game in the iconic Casa Armstrong in the southern city of Ponce. A historic 1893 building once owned by Thomas Armstrong Toro, a key figure in Ponce's Golden Age, is now an innovative gastronomic experience. This haven for beer and sports lovers features 20 beers on tap and a menu filled with beer-based dishes.

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View of Arena Medalla.

Cheer on your favorite team as you watch them on Arena Medalla's giant LED screen.

100 x 35 Beer Boutique

San Juan

Discover the ultimate baseball-watching experience in a cozy environment at 100x35 Beer Boutique in San Juan. Root for your team while enjoying a selection of fresh local and international craft beers available on tap or in bottles and cans. Pair your drinks with delicious tapas, gourmet pizzas, beer-battered onion rings, and spicy buffalo wings. They also offer an impressive selection of whiskies and wines and a Sunday Mimosa Bar.

Arena Medalla

San Juan

If you need more than a few screens to get you in the mood to watch your favorite baseball players, you have to get to the heart of DISTRITO T-Mobile for a taste of victory at Arena Medalla, one of the trendiest sports bars in Puerto Rico. This 12,500 square foot, two-level ultimate sports restaurant offers a 30-foot panoramic, multi-view LED screen, so you will not miss any action. Grab a cold beer from Del Oeste or your favorite beverage, invite some good friends, and immerse yourself in the Boricua spirit as you cheer on your team.

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Baseball stadium

Baseball is considered one of the most popular sports in Puerto Rico. (Discover Puerto Rico.)

Where to Catch a Live Local Baseball Tournament in Puerto Rico

Catch the electric vibe of Puerto Rico's baseball scene at the iconic stadiums where the Liga de Béisbol Profesional Roberto Clemente (LBPRC) and the lively Double-A league bring the Island's baseball passion to life. Boricuas bring their party energy everywhere, with sporting events being no different. Picture yourself under the lights at Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, where legends and rookies alike play ball in a venue steeped in history, or feel the community pulse at smaller, intimate parks like the Estadio Roberto Clemente in Carolina, where every game is a neighborhood fiesta.

Other stadiums like Estadio Isidoro "Cholo" García in Mayagüez, Estadio Francisco Montaner in Ponce, and Estadio Yldefonso Solá Morales in Caguas offer ample opportunities to watch games and join community events. Come for the games, but stay for the food, people, and memories!

Learn the history of baseball in Puerto Rico

Group of people watching baseball game.

Head outdoors to witness the pinnacle of baseball talent at the Roberto Clemente Professional Baseball League (LBPRC). Founded in 1937, the Island’s main league has seen legends like Yadier Molina, Roberto Clemente, Orlando Cepeda, and many others. Additionally, the Island also boasts an independent league, the Puerto Rico Independent Baseball League (PRIBL) — the first of its kind! Puerto Rico hosts many famous sports groups, but this short-season league, held during winter and spring, draws top-tier players, making it a hotspot for MLB scouts and other independent professional league teams seeking emerging talent.

Visitors can catch tryouts and tournaments at Estadio Fernando "Nando" Sanabria in Rincón, Estadio Guillermo “Guillito” Hernández in Aguada, or Estadio Luis A. “Canena” Marquéz in Aguadilla, witnessing a mix of lesser-known prospects, international players, and affiliated Minor League Baseball talents. Don't miss the playoffs' exciting format, with the top 3 teams competing for the coveted Puerto Rico Independent Baseball League Championship.

Sports have an incredible ability to bring people together, and that certainly rings true for Puerto Rico. Community ties run deep, bringing a competitive and good-natured rivalry to every sports game. People come to support their local team, participate in lively sportsmanship and fun “teasing” of the opposing team, and participate in the Island’s enduring tradition and love for baseball! You can step up to the plate and explore Puerto Rico's all-star Double-A Baseball League, a year-long rally of local teams pitching the spirit of the Island's lively amateur scene.

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Person holds a Puerto Rican fritters known as alcapurria with a local beer in the background.

Foodies can delight themselves with Puerto Rican fritters at Piñones and at Los Kioskos de Luquillo.  

If you’re starting to feel a little hungry, Puerto Rico’s rich tradition of street foods is here to delight and surprise! The Island has a long-standing culture of “chinchorreo” — a bar crawl-type of activity with friends and family that focuses on traditional street food (and maybe a few beers). Not only are these foods delicious, but they are often community-led fundraising efforts for charity or to help high school seniors celebrate events like proms or class trips. Eating yummy traditional fritters and beers for a good cause? Yes, please!

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Whether you're a dedicated fan or a casual observer, you'll discover unforgettable experiences and a rare chance to see the future of baseball talent in the vibrant fields of Puerto Rico.

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