Where can i watch NFL playoffs in Taiwan?


#21

Yep, NFL on MOD 174. Saw Romo break his collarbone yesterday, ouch. That defender jumping on him meant business. What an ugly game that was. I think the Eagles should insert Sanchez back in the starting lineup.


#22

[quote=“MikeN”]My apologies to Channel 174, whoever they are- they’re showing 3 or 4 games a week, pretty up to date.

ASN on Channel 185 had NCAA football for the first couple of weeks, but seemed to have dropped it.
They’ve been replaying the last game they showed - Louisville vs. Clemson, Sept 17- for the last week, apparently hoping nobody will notice, as they continue to advertise they have NCAA games. It’s on right now, for the second time today, and about the tenth time this week.[/quote]

That is unfortunately the model of programming that they use in Taiwan (and probably many places). If you want a golf channel(s) then it will be full of replays from who knows when. Same for the tennis channel(s). The NFL channel is exactly the same midweek. ASN has a few different sports at least but they play a bunch of replays. NCAA coverage has been completely hit and miss but mostly non-existent. At least the covered both the football and basketball championships last year.


#23

[quote=“Abacus”][quote=“MikeN”]My apologies to Channel 174, whoever they are- they’re showing 3 or 4 games a week, pretty up to date.

ASN on Channel 185 had NCAA football for the first couple of weeks, but seemed to have dropped it.
They’ve been replaying the last game they showed - Louisville vs. Clemson, Sept 17- for the last week, apparently hoping nobody will notice, as they continue to advertise they have NCAA games. It’s on right now, for the second time today, and about the tenth time this week.[/quote]

That is unfortunately the model of programming that they use in Taiwan (and probably many places). If you want a golf channel(s) then it will be full of replays from who knows when. Same for the tennis channel(s). The NFL channel is exactly the same midweek. ASN has a few different sports at least but they play a bunch of replays. NCAA coverage has been completely hit and miss but mostly non-existent. At least the covered both the football and basketball championships last year.[/quote]

Watched Kansas at Green Bay this morning. That Rogers guy is really good.


#24

Anyone knows of any bars showing the AFC title game (Monday 4:05 am Taiwan time) and NFC title game (Monday 7:40am Taiwan time). Be nice to watch in a cheering pub instead of watching by myself.


#25

Which bars in Taipei are showing the Super Bowl besides Brass Monkey, On Tap and Carnegies?


#26

Looks like Brass Monkey Xinyi will show live football starting tomorrow morning at 9:30 and then next Monday at 4 a.m.


#27

Kind of followed twitter and real-time score for the Packers vs. Cowboys game this morning (Sunday game in the US). Wow, that must have been a nail-biter to actually watch. 34-31, Packers with a field goal in the final seconds. Time out called and granted for the first field goal which negated it. Then another field goal attempted and it was again successful.


#28

Saw the game this morning. Prescott is the future of the NFL, if he can build on his stellar rookie season. The crucial play was the one before the final field goal. Rogers with a very accurate pass again. It’s a joy watching that man with the ball in his hand. The drive to start the third quarter was awesome.


#29

Brass monkey Xinyi had it on multiple screens and even had a breakfast menu. I guess this will be my goto spot for live games.

Too bad they don’t have drink specials. But most people weren’t drinking anyway.

And the bonus was then they showed live UFC MMA fight after.


#30

@Whalens_restaurant shows big games but no fixed schedule. One very cool new addition to the sports viewing scene is the new Poutinerie over by Pipe. There are a couple of screens there and lotsa cold beer. Pretty good for a nice night watching sports on the “poutio”, but would totally suck if it rained.

Either place is open to a small group private party kinda showing as well, given the odd hours of games.


#31

Tomorrow Monday morning 4am and 730am.


#32

Some of these places might show playoffs and regular games in addition to Superbowl.

Where to watch the Super Bowl in Taipei
A list of bars in in Taipei that will be broadcasting the Super Bowl live on TV

By Keoni Everington,Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2017/02/03 17:25

Taipei (Taiwan News) – If you think you can simply switch on the TV in Taiwan and see the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons square off in Super Bowl LI this Monday morning, you’ll be in for a rude awakening, the local TV sports stations only broadcast banal baseball babble, tedious tennis tournaments, and glum golf games, so why not be social and watch real American football with other expats at some of Taipei’s best known bars.

If you are new to real football, here are some tips on how to sound like you know what you are talking about.

Brass Monkey
Doors open at Brass Monkey at 6 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6, and a replay will be shown at 7 p.m. on Monday night. The game will be shown live from kickoff at 7:30 a.m. and will include American commercials.

There is a NT$700 minimum charge per person for table reservations, NT$600 of which can be exchanged for food or drinks. Standing room tickets are NT$550 per person, NT$450 of which can be exchanged for food or drinks. Walk-in customers after kickoff will be charged NT$300 for entry (no table), NT$150 of which can be exchanged for food or drinks.

It is advisable to book early to guarantee a seat as capacity is limited. Advance purchases only will guarantee a spot. Admission for walk-in customers cannot be guaranteed after kick-off. Full payment must be made when purchasing tickets and no email or telephone reservations will be taken for this match. No one under 18 is allowed at the event.

Brass Monkey has two locations:

Brass Monkey Fuxing
166 Fuxing North Road,
Zhongshan District Taipei, Taiwan 110
台北市中山區復興北路166號
Tel: (02) 2547 5050

Brass Monkey Xinyi
1st Floor Vieshow Centre
20 Songshou Rd Taipei, Taiwan 110
台北市信義區松壽路20號信義威秀 1 樓
Tel: (02) 2722 5755

Carnegie’s
The door fee for Carnegie’s Super Bowl event is NT$300 including one drink. Breakfast will be available from 7 a.m., with bloody mary’s for NT$100.

100 An Ho Road,
Section 2, Taipei, Taiwan
台灣台北市大安區安和路二段100號
Tel: (02) 2325 4433

On Tap
On Tap will be serving brunch from 7 a.m., and offering large pitchers of Bloody Mary or Mimosa (sparkling wine & OJ) for $600.

The game will be broadcast live and will include American adverts as well as the half-time show with Lady Gaga.

Call (02) 2741 5365 (after 5pm) or email ontaptaipei@gmail.com for reservations (Minimum Charge $500 per person).

No 21, Alley 11, Lane 216, Zhongxiao East Road
106台北市大安區忠孝東路四段216巷11弄21號

Patio 84
Patio 84 will use a dedicated high speed American feed that will include all the American Super Bowl commercials.

It with only accept paid in advance reservations. There will be a $500 minimum charge and a 10% service charge.

#84 Tianmu East Road, Taipei
​台北市士林區天母東路84號
thepatio84@gmail.com
(02) 2873 3263

Taipei City Beer Store
The Taipei City Beer Store will have a Superbowl 2017 Potluck Party during a live broadcast of the game, which will include the American commercials and halftime show.

Guests bring their own food, while beer will start from NT$150 and up and coffee is NT$100 for nitro cold brew, with a minimum purchase of NT$150.

#129 Rui An Road
Taipei 10651
​台北市大安區瑞安街129號 -

Whalen’s
Whalen’s 味鄰 is opening it’s doors bright and early on Monday morning for Super Bowl 51. There will be special menus for Patriots, Falcons, and CFL fans:

The Pats Fan: Clam Chowder, Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Ham, Toast, Homefries, House Crab Cakes served with Coffee - 400

The Falcons Fan: 6 Hot Wings, Waffles, Scrambled Eggs, Pulled Pork Poutine served with Coffee - 400

The CFL Fan: Breakfast Poutine Served with a Caesar - 400

Other available appetizers include:

Nachos Grande
Deep Fried Pickles w garlic mayo
Chili and Chips
Wings
Chicken Fingers

All drink specials from the weekend will be extended through Monday for this event.

As seating is limited to have a clear view of Whalen’s 3 Big screens, it is a reservation event only, no standing room allowed.

The minimum charge $400 per person plus a 10 percent service charge

Call the store directly at 02 2739 3037 to reserve a table.

Vine Latin Cafe
The Vine Latin Cafe will also be showing the Super Bowl and will serve breakfast burritos and other Latin food for between NT$100 - NT$200.
Fresh coffee and fresh fruit juices will also be available. There is no cover charge.

107 Xinyi Road Section 3 (Near Daan MRT Exit 2)
大安區信義路3段109號之7

Taiwanese TV
If you want to watch the SuperBowl (超級盃) on Taiwanese TV, you’ll need to tune into Chunghwa Telecom’s Movie-on-Demand (MOD) channel 174. The game will be broadcast live from 7:25 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Online
Though streaming is usually restricted to cable subscribers, on Sunday, Feb. 2 Fox Sports will allow free streaming of the game to a computer or iPad using the Fox Sports app, although there are a few catches.


#33

Cowboys/Seahawks is not on MOD TV right now.


#34

Not sure where you live, but down here in Kaohsiung there are plenty of sports bars. The lighthouse bar that’s here is American owned and plays all NFL games streamed, owner is good guy too. But there should be sports bars all over the place no matter where you are, just need to search.


#35

Is the Chiefs Colts game live at 530am anywhere in Taipei?

Brass Monkey tomorrow

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