The way people bond has changed quite fundamentally. Increasingly, as people have their faces dug in their smartphones, conversation are being restricted to their workplace (there also Slack and Flock are taking over) and times when people feel a need to communicate face to face. I doubt anyone would have imagined that conversing with one another person would become infrequent and something that required as much effort. Where then does a sports pub come in?
And amid all this social maze, sports is one area of interest where people let their guards down. Watching sports in a pub is one of the pleasures you should have especially when your favourite team is playing. People are lured into pubs after a hectic day for drinks and to watch a fun game.
Solo watching the game
Even if your friends are unable to join you for the game, you can always go solo to a pub. It is for one reason, that is, every person supporting your team is your friend.
In a confined space, you get a chance to bond with people over shared passion. You can just make it your own sports cave with your new mates. That’s right! Bonding over sports is an invitation to an everlasting friendship.
It is impossible to sit without conversing in a pub during a sports match, be it a raised eyebrow or muffling small talks. They drink together, complain together and even laugh together. From the anger and the frustration to the joy and celebration, people do it all together.
One might enter a pub lonely but might leave with few friends. When it comes to sports, it is often said, the more the merrier. So got to a local pub to experience the beginning of new friendship!