FanWide is a free website (www.FanWide.com) that connects sports fans from every team in any city. FanWide promotes in-person game watch parties and develops local fan communities for every pro, college, and international team at sports bars nationwide. These hosts guarantee that your favorite team's game will be featured with sound!
In light of the National Football League (NFL) introducing more leniency when it comes to the cleats players choose to wear while performing, I became curious as to what reasons are behind the uniform policy and what it entails. This is what I have found.
There are times in every sports fan’s life when the usual pub fare just isn’t enough to supplement the game experience. San Francisco and the Bay Area not only have great sports, but also have great sports bars with good food. Fans no longer have to put up with lackluster nachos and soggy wings; here are some of the best watch party hosts where you can also fill up.
The Windy City is known for deep dish pizza, hot dogs without ketchup, the Chicago Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox. You don’t have to be a fan of those to have a great time at a watch party in Chicago.
Here are some of the best sites to catch a game in Chicago:
Saturdays in Chicago, you can find many different groups of college football fans geared up and ready to watch their team take on the enemy of the week. With the college feel of the bar itself, those fans will feel right at home. Gamekeepers is on a popular intersection on Lincoln Avenue and is one of Chicago’s oldest sports bars.
When you are in the biggest city in the United States, it can be difficult to find out which bar or restaurant is the best one to catch a watch party or find a game for your favorite team.
Like all major cities, New York has sports bars dedicated to fans’ favorite teams as well as bars where fans can go, have a drink and find that “just right” atmosphere for watching any game or sports event in NYC.
Calling all team Mexico and USA soccer fans – join us for a family-friendly, all-inclusive soccer watch party event!
FanWide is hosting the biggest party in Seattle for this international soccer grudge match between rivals Mexico and USA, at Belltown Pub on 1st Avenue – complete with an appearance by a player from the reigning MLS Cup Champions, the Seattle Sounders!
FanWide is excited to partner with the Indoor Football League’s (IFL) most interactive team, The Salt Lake Screaming Eagles, for a massive watch party for the game on Saturday, June 10th against the Green Bay Blizzard.
We are excited to announce a massive pregame meet-up with the best new IFL podcast in the business, The F.A.N. Show. This event is taking place during the BIG Green Bay block party for the game this Saturday, June 10th against the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles.
The #FanExperience Pregame Party is being hosted at the D2 Stadium District Sports Pub. We want to see every Green Bay Blizzard for the next stop on The F.A.N. Show Tour 2017, and to be part of the show’s first LIVE Pregame party, coordinated by FanWide! The LIVE Pregame show kicks off at 4:30 p.m. so be sure to be there early to grab a great seat.
Thanks to all the FanWide Fans for coming out and making the 2017 NFL Draft Watch Party a Big Success!
On April 27, 2017, FanWide along with Rhein Haus in Seattle hosted the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. We want to give a huge shout-out to everyone who showed up and signed up for FanWide!
Congratulations to all the wonderful athletes drafted this year as well. Was there anyone you were excited, disappointed or just confused about picked this year?
If you missed out on this NFL watch party, have no fear! You can join FanWide, download our app (available for Apple and Android) and find out when all our great watch parties to meet up with like-minded fans of your favorite team(s), sports and events!
Today marks the end of an era for the Dallas Cowboys with not only the release of quarterback Tony Romo, but also his retirement from the NFL. The news ushers in a new legacy for the Cowboys with the team’s focus being on the 23 year old Dak Prescott.
It isn’t the end for Romo though, you’ll still be able to catch him on CBS for the foreseeable future. At the beginning of the 2017 NFL season he will be taking over for Phil Simms and will be broadcasting alongside Jim Nantz.
There is a long history of retired NFL players in the broadcast booth. Romo joins the likes of Chris Collinsworth, Frank Gifford, Don Meredith and many more as announcers.