For those looking for where to watch the college national football championship game in Austin, this guide is here to help. With several Austin sports bars and restaurants in Austin showing the game, you just need to know where to look.

Check out the best places in Austin to watch the college football championship game if you want to root on either team wanting to take home the Championship trophy. For more places to watch football in Austin and Austin, 512area is your go-to guide for all the most fun things to do in Austin.

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2800 North Interstate Highway 35 Suite 200, Round Rock TX, 78681
The three Cover 3 and 2 restaurants in the Austin region include weekend brunch in addition to sports coverage constantly.
Billy's On Burnet
Bar & Restaurant
2105 Hancock Dr, Austin TX, 78756
Fellow fans feel at home at Billy’s with beer, burgers, and hot dogs while watching the National College Football Championship games in Austin.
B. D. Riley's Irish Pub| Downtown
Temprary Closed
204 E 6th St, Austin TX, 78701
The Patriots and Fighting Irish, as well as being a significant soccer headquarters, are two of the most Irish-slash-New England teams in existence at the Mueller Irish bar.
Crown & Anchor Pub
Bar $$
2911 San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin TX, 78705
The campus bar, which is close to the stadium, is ideal for tailgating at Longhorn games and other sporting events. Graze on chili cheese tots, wonderfully greasy burgers, queso, and beverages while watching the game on the terrace thanks to the outside TVs.
Bar & Restaurant $
2900 Duval Street, Austin TX, 78705
Located near the stadium, the campus bar is perfect for tailgating during Longhorn games and other sports. Snack on chili cheese tots, perfectly greasy burgers, queso, and drinks, and enjoy the game on the patio courtesy of the outside television screens.
The Tavern Austin
Restaurant $
922 W 12th St, Austin TX, 78703
The iconic downtown tavern offers a daily happy hour and an overhauled cuisine under new owners from Esther's Follies. Watch any sports game on one of the 46 screens inside. Soccer enthusiasts of Arsenal and FC Barcelona, as well as football fans of the Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans, and Kansas City Chiefs, call it home.
Little Woodrow's
There are numerous television screens, beer bucket promotions, and weekend football hours at each of the six establishments in the Austin region (11 a.m. to 2 a.m.). It serves as a good home base for UT and NFL games, especially for Seattle Seahawks supporters.