Best Place to Watch Football in Vegas for the Big Game

People at Stadium Swim Watching Football in Vegas

Sports are kind of a huge deal to us at Circa, and we’re almost through an important season for sports bettors: the football season. That means one of our favorite times of the year is right around the corner with the Big Game on February 7 with the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Have you decided where in Las Vegas you’re watching or betting? Though the celebrations might not be as big as previous years, there’s no doubt that this football event is still one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year.

If you haven’t decided where to cheer on Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the exciting pro football championship game, we have some recommendations for watching and football betting in Vegas this February for the Big Game. See how to watch the game in Vegas and have the time of your life!


Where to Bet on and Watch Football in Vegas for the Big Game


Circa Stadium Swim®

At Stadium Swim, you can chill in one of six pools on three different levels, all with a perfect view of the 40-foot HD screen playing the game. Don’t forget to visit the swim up bars, and with 337 chaise lounges, 30 cabanas, and 38 day beds, there’s not a bad seat in the house. And with the year-round heated pools, the water will be perfect even in February for the Big Game. It’s not often you get to lounge by the pool while watching football’s most exciting game!

Stadium Swim is also hosting a Big Game Viewing Party, where you can have the ultimate Las Vegas pool experience while enjoying the game. Choose from a number of packages that include VIP seating, delicious drinks, and access to the Big Game Buffet. Doors open at 11am to get the party started early, so be sure to book your package today by visiting online or by calling 702-247-2258!


Circa Sportsbook at Circa Las Vegas

The sportsbook at Circa Resort & Casino offers the largest sports betting experience in the world with Circa | Sports. A three-story sportsbook with 1000-person capacity, the Circa Sportsbook also boasts a 78M pixel screen for an immersive viewing experience. Not only is this one of the most ideal ways to keep up with the Big Game, it’s also the most premier spot for football betting in Vegas. This will be the first Big Game championship celebrated at the sportsbook, and we know it’s going to be an epic time at the sportsbook watch party featuring 3 stories of football excitement.

You can also check out the Circa | Sports sportsbooks at the D and Golden Gate to place your bets and get in on the action all throughout Downtown Las Vegas.


Interior of Victory Burger Las Vegas Sports Bar and Restaurant


Victory Burger

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, Victory Burger is featured on many “Best Burgers in Vegas” lists. It’s also a perfect, lively atmosphere to watch the Big Game with TVs all around and overlooking the giant screen in the Circa Sportsbook. Be sure to try the signature Victory Burger and wash it down with a beer from the extensive draft line-up.



This bar may be hockey-themed, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be playing the Big Game on February 7. With multiple 85-inch TVs, traditional Canadian cocktails, and delicious Canadian dishes, this spot is ideal for any sportsfan. Plus, BarCanada features on-site programming by VSiN so you can gather live insights and in-depth sports betting analysis.


Overhang Bar

Lined with video poker machines, this bar is the best spot for someone who wants to watch the game while still being able to gamble. Offering a front-row seat to Circa’s massive HD screen, Overhang Bar gives sportsfan a birds-eye view of all the Big Game football action.


Vue Bar

Looking to take in the world-famous Fremont Street experience? Look no further than Vue Bar. On top of being part of the Circa | Sportsbook at the D, Vue Bar also has vintage slot machines, blackjack tables, and an outdoor patio, this spot has everything sports fans, casino goers, and socialites are looking for.


Person Using Circa | Sports Betting App for Pro Football Betting


Football Betting in Vegas via the Circa Sports App


If watching the Big Game in person isn’t in the cards this year, you can always follow along and place wagers using the Circa Sports App. Inspired by years spent on both sides of the sportsbook counter, the app brings our own wish list to life, including access to live odds anytime, anywhere; high betting limits; two-sided Yes/No future betting; and the ability to deposit and withdraw account funds remotely. You can download the Circa | Sports app on iOS or Android to have your bookie right in your pocket and bet wherever you are in Vegas.


Ways to Bet on Football for the Big Game


Now that you know the best places to watch football in Vegas and where to place your bets, be sure that you are brushed up on your sports betting knowledge so you can hopefully win big during the Big Game this year. Keep these football betting basics in mind:

  • Moneyline: Moneyline best are some of the most popular betting options for football since all bettors simply need to do is pick a team to win the game
  • Over/Under: An over/under wager is based on a sportsbooks’ set points total that bettors bet on whether they think the total number of points is over or under the predetermined line
  • Parlay: A football parlay is a wager that allows you to bundle many bets on a single ticket, and all must win for the wager to pay out
  • Point Spread: For this wager, bettors don’t choose who will win the game, but by how much they will based on a point spread determined by the sportsbook
  • Prop Bet: A prop bet is a bet made on whether or not something will occur during a game, which can range from number of touchdowns scored to number of beer commercials airing


From all of us at Circa Sports, we hope you enjoy the game!