• On Oct 1, 2020
    Kim from DE Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Where can we go to watch all of the NFL games on Sunday in November at DisneyWorld? Need a place that will show many of the games (with the NFL ticket) instead of just the local broadcast games. I think ESPNZone opens 11/1; where else?

    Hi, Kim!  Thanks for bringing your question to planDisney!

    What are you going to do next, Kim?  Just like the Super Bowl MVP, your answer to that question is, "I'm going to Walt Disney World!"  As a lifelong Pittsburgher, I've been waving my Terrible Towel and cheering for the Pittsburgh Steelers for as long as I can remember.  I certainly understand the importance of being able to watch the NFL games even when you're on vacation.

    When I'm in The Most Magical Place on Earth on an NFL Sunday, my favorite place to catch the games is the ESPN Club at Disney's BoardWalk.  Unfortunately, during the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort, some restaurants are temporarily unavailable.  The ESPN Club has not yet reopened, but during these unprecedented times, things are constantly changing.  I would recommend keeping an eye on this Dining: Know Before You Go page for an up-to-date list of all available restaurants and dining experiences.  This will be the best place to see if the ESPN Club opens before your visit.

    Since my go-to football-watching spot is currently unavailable, it seems I'll have to drop back and punt to give you some alternative options.  Many of the lounges at the various Walt Disney World Resort Hotels are great places to take in a game.  Although resort hopping is discouraged during the phased reopening period, if you are a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Guest, be sure to check with the Cast Members at your resort hotel to see if they can recommend a good spot to watch some football.

    Disney Springs also has some options that are sure to score a touchdown with any football fan looking for a place to cheer on their team.  If you're heading to Disney Springs, I would recommend checking out City Works Eatery & Pour House.  This new addition to Disney Springs has a great menu, a huge selection of beers, and tons of TVs to catch all of the gridiron action.  The Splitsville Dining Room is another fun and unique Disney Springs location for watching a game.  Be sure to make a separate reservation for your lane if you'd like to bowl while you're there.  

    I hope that one of these suggestions will be a big win for you, Kim.  If you'd like any more vacation advice from our planDisney playbook, please stop by and visit us again.  See ya real soon!
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