Virginia Sports Betting
VA Online Sportsbook Apps & Best Offers 2021
Sports betting is now live in Virginia. It launches with fully online sports betting, meaning bettors can do everything from home — no casino visits needed to place a wager. Here's everything you need to know about legal Virginia betting.
Virginia Sportsbook Offers
|Is online sports betting legal in Virginia?||Yes|
|When did online sports betting become legal in Virginia?||January 2021|
|What online sportsbooks are available in Virginia?||DraftKings, BetMGM, PointsBet, FanDuel, theScore Bet, BetRivers, William Hill, FOXBet and WynnBET.|
|What sports can you bet on in Virginia?||You can bet on all major sports (relative to other legal U.S. markets), but you can't bet on Virginia-based college teams, there is no live betting on any college sports and betting on college player props is not allowed.|
How Land-Based Casino Ballot Measures Could Shape Sports Betting
Voters in Virginia overwhelmingly approved ballot measures that will expand casino gaming options. This means slots and table games for the Old Dominion, but the 2020 ballot measures could have further-reaching implications for sports betting.
Virginia Approves Sports Betting Regulations and Opens for Sportsbook Applications
At long last, the Virginia Lottery Board approved sports wagering regulations after nearly two months of public forum. Sportsbook operators can apply for one of 12 Virginia licenses between Oct. 15 and Oct. 31, and regulators will consider applications for up to 90 days. That would launch sports betting in Virginia sometime in January 2020. Professional leagues did get a surprise win when they were granted data access in the Virginia Lottery decision.
Virginia Releases Initial Proposed Regulations for Sports Betting
Now that Virginia has legalized sports betting, the Virginia Lottery Board has only until Sept. 15 to build and approve regulations. Initial regulations stipulate that Virginia will have between four and 12 sportsbooks along with a 15% tax rate. The state also legalized casino gaming, giving the state five casinos, which are also eligible to apply for the 12 sports betting licenses. The board also introduced a Virginia Sports Bettors' Bill of Rights.
Virginia Officially Legalizes Sports Wagering
Sports betting is officially legal in the state of Virginia! After some mostly administrative recommendations from Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, the state approved both SB 384 and HB 896 as law. Sports betting officially becomes legal on July 1, but Virginians won't be able to wager just yet. The Virginia Lottery Board will then have until Sept. 15 to complete regulations with a targeted launch of late 2020.
Virginia Sports Betting Timeline
Virginia has no casinos, and lawmakers have been pushing for years to get them to the state, but to no avail.
Virginia Delegate Mark Sickles put forth a bill in Nov. of 2018 that included a lot of what ended up in the final bill — $250,000 operator fee, 15% tax rate for operators. But that bill only allowed for five operators.
Gov. Ralph Northam signed a bill in March 2019, but didn’t clear the Virginia legislature.
Late April 2020
The legislature approved Northam’s changes and Northam signed the bill into law on April 29, 2020. It will go into effect on July 1.
Virginia Sports Betting Sites & Apps
Virginia will have an undetermined number of statewide mobile sports betting operators, but it will have at least four, one partnered with each of the four commercial casinos so far approved by voters.
It will also have somewhat reasonable fees for operators to enter the market ($250,000 for three years) and a favorable tax rate (15%). So you can expect national players like FanDuel and DraftKings to be present, plus plenty of others. The Virginia Lottery is required to “issue a number of permits that will maximize tax revenue collected pursuant to the bill,” so there will be no shortage of big-time operators there.
Here’s a list of who we expect to have a sports betting site and app in Virginia.
DraftKings Sportsbook Virginia
BetMGM Sportsbook Virginia
FanDuel Sportsbook Virginia
Unibet Sportsbook Virginia
BetRivers Sportsbook Virginia
PointsBet Sportsbook Virginia
How to Place a Sports Bet in Virginia
It's easy to get started with sports betting in Virginia. Here's how:
Step 1: Understand the Beginner Basics
Are you a Virginian new to the world of sports betting? Check out our 11 tips to get started — everything from “what is a point spread” to how to shop for the best line.
Step 2: Learn What Not to Do
Here are nine mistakes to avoid if you’re just getting into sports betting in Virginia. Once betting is up and running, you'll be ready!
Step 3: Learn in-Person Betting Protocol
Placing in-person sports bets can be intimidating, whether you’re in Las Vegas or Virginia. Here's the theoretical how-to for in-person betting once the state launches.
Step 4: Continue Building Bettor Knowledge
Confused by sports betting terms? Check out our glossary. One day when you can bet on the Virginia Cavaliers, you'll be ready.
How Virginia Sports Betting Compares
We graded Virginia on its sports betting bill and experience relative to other states.
Virginia Sports Betting Grading Card:
Mobile Betting Options
Virginia has nearly a dozen statewide mobile sportsbook options with more on the way. Eligible bettors anywhere within state lines have multiple wagering options but will not be able to bet with their Virginia sportsbook apps if they cross into another state or Washington D.C.
Depositing at all licensed Virginia sportsbooks is fast and easy. Bettors can use their bank accounts, PayPal and many other options.
The competitive market means prices are fair and consistent with industry standards. The multiple live sportsbooks give Virginia bettors plenty of options to shop for the best prices.
There are hundreds of professional options available, though betting on in-state college teams programs as Virginia Tech or the University of Virginia is prohibited.
The Deal With In-Person Sports Betting in VA
Virginia was one of the last states without commercial or tribal casinos. Sports betting operators don't need to be tied to a brick-and-mortar casino to operate.
Virginia's bill did specify that five cities — Richmond, Norfolk, Danville, Portsmouth and Bristol — can build casinos and sportsbooks. The latter four states already approved casinos and Richmond will vote in fall 2021.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wanted NASCAR tracks Martinsville and Richmond Raceway included in the sports betting landscape. He pushed these tracks to launch their sportsbooks or partner with an existing operator.
The bill also allows a sports franchise that relocates to the state to have sports betting in its stadium. When might this apply? The Washington Football Team might be headed to Virginia when their lease at FedEx Field in Andover, Maryland, expires in 2027.
All in all, don't expect in-person sports betting in Virginia for a while.
Virginia Sports Betting Tips
Sports Betting for Beginners
New to sports betting? Awesome, it's not too early to start studying! Check out our 11 sports betting tips for beginners so you can get started on the right foot in Virginia.
Sports Betting Glossary
Sports betting has a language of its own that you’ll want to get familiar with if you’re new to the space. Get up to speed here with our sports betting glossary.
Sports Betting Mistakes to Avoid
You’re probably ready to unload some bets on the Liberty Flames, but you need to be responsible if you’re going to stay afloat in the sports betting world.
Here are nine mistakes for Virginians to avoid.
Virginia Teams to Bet on
States don't need their own professional team to have a strong sports market. Technically speaking, Virginia doesn't have any pro teams. In fact, Virginia is the most populous U.S state without a pro franchise playing within its borders. But the truth is that Virginia is more or less "home" to all of the Washington D.C. pro teams, and the fan base is especially strong in northern Virginia. The Washington Football Team (NFL) and Washington Capitals (NHL) even have practice facilities and team headquarters in Northern Virginia.
Some Virginians root for teams from Baltimore or Carolina, or even others around the country, but sports wagering knows no team allegiances. Virginia bettors can wager on any team around the country or world, but we expect big bets to be placed on these DC-based sports teams soon!
Pro Sports Teams
NFL Betting in Virginia
Washington Football Team
Washington Football Team is a five-time NFL champion. It won championship games before the Super Bowl era in 1937 and 1942 and then won the Super Bowl in 1982, 1987, and 1991, its most recent Super Bowl appearance. Those three Super Bowl wins tie Washington for seventh-most all-time. Washington has also finished as league runners-up six times, twice in the Super Bowl era. In all, Washington has played for the NFL championship 11 times in 24 postseason appearances.
Washington is undergoing a transition after choosing to change its name in 2020. The team is officially the Washington Football Team for now until another team name is chosen later. Washington hired Ron Rivera to change team culture and drafted star pass rusher Chase Young No. 2 in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Burgundy and Gold play their home games at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.
Week 7 Odds: Washington Football Team vs. Green Bay Packers
Washington Football Team
Green Bay Packers
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- How to Bet on Football Guide
- Check our Expert NFL Picks
- Keep an eye on betting activity and bet/money distribution with our NFL Public Betting data
NBA Betting in Virginia
The Washington Wizards are the closest NBA team for most Virginians. That was true when the franchise played in Baltimore, too, and then the franchise moved to Washington D.C. and became the Bullets until 1997. The team played in the NBA Finals four times in the 1970s with NBA legends Wes Unseld and Elvin Hayes. They won their only championship in 1978, with Unseld named Finals MVP. Unseld also went on to win league MVP the following season, the only MVP in franchise history.
The team is nowhere near as dominant today but hopes to bounce back from its rebuild with the return of a healthy John Wall. The Wizards play their home games at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., which they share with the Washington Capitals (NHL). Scotty Brooks coaches the team.
WNBA Betting in Virginia
In 2019, the Washington Mystics won their first and only NBA championship. They were led there by Elena Delle Donne, who won the MVP and led the Mystics to the WNBA Finals in back-to-back seasons. Washington initially joined the WNBA in 1998. The Mystics had never made the WNBA Finals before appearing in 2018 and 2019, but they have made it to the playoffs in 10 of the past 20 seasons. The Mystic plays their home games at St. Elizabeth's East Arena in Washington, D.C.
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MLB Betting in Virginia
The Washington Nationals have existed as such since 2005. Before that, this franchise was the Montreal Expos. The Expos began playing as an expansion team in 1969 and was nearly contracted before relocating to Washington, D.C. In a strange twist, they were the first MLB team to be relocated since a team from Washington left in 1971, in that case, the Washington Senators moving to Texas.
It was a rocky transition to Washington, D.C., but the franchise struck gold with two straight number one draft picks in 2009 and 2010 with pitcher Stephen Strasburg and slugger Bryce Harper. The Nats finally made the playoffs for the first time in 2012, winning the NL East for the first of four times this decade. Of course, the most memorable season came in 2019 when the Nationals made it to their only franchise World Series and defeated the Houston Astros in seven to win the championship.
Washington plays its home games at Nationals Park on South Capitol Street in the Southeast quadrant of Washington, D.C. Dave Martinez manages the Nats.
The Orioles were one of the eight charter teams in the American League in 1901, but they were not the Orioles then, nor were they in Baltimore. The franchise began as the Milwaukee Brewers for one year, then played for 52 seasons as the St. Louis Browns. In 1953, the team moved to Baltimore and changed their name to the Orioles in honor of Maryland's state bird. For decades, Baltimore was the only MLB team in the area since the Washington Nationals did not relocate until 2005, so many Virginians still root for the Os.
The Orioles were far more successful in Baltimore than they had been previously. The Browns only won the pennant once in 52 seasons. Still, Baltimore played in six World Series between 1966 and 1983, winning three times with Hall of Famers like Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, and Cal Ripken, Jr. Baltimore has not been back to the World Series since 1983, one of the longest droughts in baseball. In fact, they've only made the playoffs five times since winning that title and had 14 straight losing seasons at one point.
The Orioles play their home games at the beautiful Camden Yards in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. Brandon Hyde manages them.
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NHL Betting in Virginia
The Capitals finally broke through and won their first and only Stanley Cup in 2018, as Alexander Ovechkin finally made good on his superstar status and lifted the game's biggest trophy. The Caps began to play in 1974 as an expansion franchise and originally played their home games in Landover, Maryland. They moved to Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., in 1997, where they play today.
The Capitals have been one of the best teams in the NHL over the past decade. The team won their first Presidents' Trophy in 2010, given to the best regular-season team, then won two more of them in 2016 and 2017. The Caps have played in two Stanley Cups, a loss in 1998 and that sweet, sweet victory in 2018. Peter Laviolette coaches the team.
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MLS Betting in Virginia
D.C. United began as one of the 10 charter clubs of the MLS in 1996. They were an absolute dynasty in the early going under head coach Bruce Arena, winning eight of the first 13 MLS championships. D.C. United have won the most MLS Supporters' Shields, given to the club with the best record in the regular season, and they were the first team to win the Supporters' Shield and the MLS Cup consecutively. United has won the MLS Cup four times and the U.S. Open Cup three times.
D.C. United has also won above and beyond the MLS. They are two MLS clubs ever to win a CONCACAF tournament, winning the 1998 Champions' Cup. They also won the Copa Interamericana in 1998 against a Brazilian club, marking the only time in MLS history that one of its clubs has won an intercontinental championship. Add it all up, and D.C. United is, without a doubt, the most successful club in MLS history. United play their home games at Audi Field in Washington, D.C.
NWSL Betting in Virginia
The Washington Spirit is in its eighth season in the NWSL after entering the league in 2013. The Spirit won only three games in their inaugural season but leaped into the playoffs the next year and made it to the semifinals three straight seasons from 2014 through 2016. That final year was the Spirit's finest with a run to the championship game, but Washington's season ended in heartbreak after a loss to Western New York in penalties.
The Spirit has a unique arrangement and split their home games between three stadiums in three different states or districts. Washington's main stadium is the Maryland SoccerPlex in Germantown, Maryland. Still, they also play some home games at Audi Park in Washington, D.C., and others at Segra Field in Leesburg, Virginia. The Spirit is looking to get back to the playoffs for the first time since that heartbreaking final in 2016.
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College Sports Teams
Virginia loves its college sports, with football and basketball leading the way but, sadly, state law does not allow betting on any of these teams.
College Football Betting in Virginia
Virginia Cavaliers Football
Virginia has been one of college football's great and incisive programs since its inception in 1888. Virginia had 28 straight winning seasons to start its tenure and won 12 southern championships, and they were the first program outside of the Northeast to defeat perennial powerhouse Yale in 1915. Virginia also played a significant role in shaping the game's early code of ethics, eligibility, and safety.
The program fell on hard times by the middle of the 20th century but rose back to power in the 80s and claimed its first No. 1 ranking in 1990. In 1995, Virginia became the first Atlantic Coast Conference team to defeat the conference powerhouse, Florida State. The Cavaliers still play in the ACC and win their first-ever division title in 2019, playing in the Orange Bowl for the first time since the school turned down an invitation in 1951. Virginia is coached by Bronco Mendenhall and plays its home games at Scott Stadium on campus in Charlottesville.
Virginia Tech Hokies Football
The Hokies football program has slowly worked its way up from mostly irrelevant to a national powerhouse, peaking under nearly three decades of football with College Football Hall of Fame Coach Frank Beamer. Under Beamer, Virginia Tech joined the Big East Conference and then the Atlantic Coast Conference, where they play today. The Hokies made it to the BCS National Championship Game in 2000 with freshman phenom QB Michael Vick, even leading Florida State in the fourth quarter before falling. Virginia Tech's No. 3 finish was the state's highest ever in the AP poll.
The Hokies have played in 33 bowl games all-time and are currently on a streak of 27 consecutive bowl appearances, the longest bowl streak of any program in the country, dating back to 1993. Virginia Tech has 11 conference championships, including four in the ACC. The Hokies play their home games at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, widely recognized as one of the loudest stadiums and best home-field advantages in the country. Justin Fuente coaches Virginia Tech.
Liberty Flames Football
What a meteoric rise the Liberty football program has been on! The football program didn't even begin until 1973 when Liberty joined the NAIA. The Flames moved up to Division II in 1980, then to Division I-AA (now FCS) in 1988. They finally joined FBS (formerly Division I-A) in 2018 and are playing as an independent. And after a perfect start to the 2020 season, Liberty moved into the AP Top 25 for the first time.
The Flames played in their first bowl game ever in 2019, winning the Cure Bowl in Orlando. Liberty plays its home games at Williams Stadium in Lynchburg. Hugh Freeze coaches the Flames. Liberty does not have an established football rival yet because of their quick rise through the ranks.
Old Dominion Monarchs Football
Old Dominion first played football in 1930 as the William & Mary Norfolk Division Braves, but the program was disbanded after 1941. The university didn't play football again for almost seven decades, restarting as an FCS team (formerly Division I-AA) in 2009. Then the Monarchs moved up to the top level for the 2014 season, joining Conference USA.
Old Dominion recorded its biggest win ever in September 2018 when they stunned in-state rival, and #13-ranked Virginia Tech in front of a record home crowd, their first and only win over a ranked team. That team also saw Old Dominion get their first player, Oshane Ximines, drafted to the NFL. The Monarchs play their games at S.B. Ballard Stadium in Norfolk and are coached by Ricky Rahne. Old Dominion did not play in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
James Madison Dukes Football
Over the past half a decade, James Madison has become an absolute powerhouse at the FCS level. The Dukes won their second national championship in 2016 and played in the national title game three times in the four-season between 2016 and 2019. If not for North Dakota State, James Madison might well be an FCS dynasty right now.
The Dukes have played football since 1972. They played in both Division II and Division III before moving to Division I-AA (FCS) in 1980. James Madison joined the Colonial Athletic Association in 2007 and has won the conference five times. The Dukes have played in the FCS playoffs 16 times, with an impressive record of 20-13 and national championships in 2004 and 2016. James Madison plays its home games at Bridgeforth Stadium in Harrisonburg. Curt Cignetti coaches the Dukes. They played football in the spring this year due to the pandemic.
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College Basketball Betting in Virginia
Virginia Cavaliers Men's Basketball
The Virginia Cavaliers are the reigning NCAA champions. Technically, they should have conceded their crown in March, but because of the pandemic-canceled NCAA tournament, Virginia is still the most recent team to cut down the nets as champs. And what a title run that 2019 season was! Just one year prior, Virginia had been embarrassed as the first 1-seed in the history of the men's tournament to be upset by a 16-seed in the first round when they lost to Maryland-Baltimore County.
But in 2019, everything was different. The Cavs pulled a miraculous comeback against Purdue to make the Final Four, then defeated Auburn and Texas Tech to win the school's first-ever men's basketball championship. Kyle Guy was named Most Outstanding Player, and he, Ty Jerome, and others will be Hoos legends forever. That was Virginia's first Final Four since 1984 and only their third ever as a team.
The Cavs play in the Atlantic Coast Conference and have won the regular-season title nine times, most of any ACC team outside of Tobacco Road by far. They've made 23 NCAA tournaments but had struggled once they got there until exorcising their demons in 2019. Future Hall of Famer Tony Bennett coaches Virginia. The Hoos play their home games at the John Paul Jones Arena on campus in Charlottesville.
Virginia Tech Hokies Men's Basketball
The Hokies first started playing basketball in 1909 but had a long and winding road to relevance at the highest level. Virginia Tech played in some conferences over the years, including the Southern Conference for over four decades and much shorter stints in the Metro Conference, Atlantic 10, and Big East. Finally, in 2004, after waiting half a century, Virginia Tech joined the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
In the ACC, the Hokies basketball program has begun to blossom. Virginia Tech has made the NCAA tournament each of the past three seasons for the first time and also made the Sweet Sixteen for only its second time in 2019. The Hokies didn't make the tournament until 1967, but they advanced to the Elite Eight that year, still their furthest run ever. Virginia Tech plays its home games at Cassell Coliseum on campus in Blacksburg. Mike Young coaches the Hokies.
Virginia Commonwealth Rams Men's Basketball
VCU basketball has had a heck of a decade. Few outsides of Virginia would have even known what the letters of VCU stood for 10 years ago, but they certainly did now after a memorable Cinderella run to the Final Four in 2011. Much like fellow Virginia underdog George Mason had done five years earlier, the Rams began as an 11-seed and made a run to the Final Four. VCU had to start one step even further away, winning a play-in game against UCLA. They then upset Georgetown, Purdue, and Kansas en route to the Final Four.
Unlike George Mason, that was not a blip for VCU, and things did not return to normal. In fact, the Rams made seven consecutive NCAA tournaments from that Final Four in 2011 through 2017. VCU has won eight other tournament games outside of that Final Four run, all of them in the round of 64. The most memorable came as an 11-seed in 2007 when the Rams shocked Duke on an Eric Maynor jumper in the final seconds.
The Rams have 17 NCAA tournament appearances overall, and a very impressive count of 13 tournament wins. VCU joined the Atlantic 10 Conference for the 2012-13 season and still plays there. The Rams play their home games at the E.J. Wade Arena at the Stuart C. Siegel Center on campus in Richmond. Mike Rhoades coaches Virginia Commonwealth.
George Mason Patriots Men's Basketball
George Mason does not have a long basketball history. Still, the program rose to prominence out of nowhere in 2006 when they made a memorable Cinderella run to the Final Four under longtime coach Jim Larranaga. Before that year, the Patriots had never even won an NCAA tournament game and were one of the last teams in the draw. As an underdog 11-seed, George Mason upset three of the college's blue blood to make the Final Four: Michigan State, North Carolina, and Connecticut. That tied for the lowest tournament seed to ever make the Final Four.
The Patriots moved to the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2014. They've only made the NCAA tournament twice since their Final Four run but did win another upset in 2011, their last appearance. George Mason plays its home games at EagleBank Arena in Fairfax. Dave Paulsen coaches them.
Old Dominion Monarchs Men's Basketball
Old Dominion first fielded a basketball team in 1930 and won a Division II national championship in 1975. Soon after, Old Dominion made a move to Division I for the 1976-77 season. The Monarchs made the NCAA tournament for the first time in 1980 and won their first tournament game in 1986. Old Dominion also won a single tournament game in 1995 and 2010, but the Monarchs have never advanced past the second round.
Old Dominion has 12 tournament appearances, most recently in 2019. The Monarchs play their home games at the Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk and compete in Conference USA. Jeff Jones coaches them.
Richmond Spiders Men's Basketball
Richmond may be a smaller basketball program on the NCAA level, but they have developed a serious reputation as a giant killer when it comes to the NCAA tournament. The first shocker was as a 12-seed over Charles Barkley's 5-seed Auburn in 1984, the biggest upset in tournament history at the time. Four years later, they topped that one as a 13-seed when they beat defending national champion 4-seed Indiana. In 1991, they set a new record when they became the first 15-seed to win a game, defeating 2-seed Syracuse. The Spiders also won as a 14-seed in 1998. They're the only basketball program with wins as 12, 13, 14, and 15-seeds.
These days, Richmond is too strong a program to get a seed that low. They joined the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2001 and have won the conference tournament once, in 2011. Richmond has only made the NCAA tournament nine times, most recently in that 2011 season, but they sure are dangerous when they get there. The Spiders play their home games at the Robins Center in Richmond. Chris Mooney coaches them.
Liberty Flames Men's Basketball
Unlike their football program, which is barely a decade old, Liberty has played basketball for one year after the University was founded in 1971. The Flames started in Division II and NAIA before joining Division I in 1988. Liberty played most of its D-I time in the Big South Conference but joined the Atlantic Sun in 2018, where they compete today.
Liberty is one of the world's biggest Christian universities. They play their home games at the Vines Center in Lynchburg and are coached by Ritchie McKay. The Flames have made four NCAA tournament appearances and won their first-ever game in their most recent appearance, an upset as a 12-seed over Mississippi State in 2019. They were even better the following season and finished 30-4, but there was no NCAA tournament due to the pandemic.
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NCAA Division I Football & Basketball
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Virginians love their NASCAR in particular. The state is home to four annual races in the NASCAR Cup Series. The biggest one is at Richmond Raceway, known as "America's Premier Short Track," and even has a "Virginia is for Racing Lovers visitors center. Martinsville Speedway is another short, speedy track, and many Virginians travel to nearby Bristol, Tennessee, for more big races. Virginia loves Denny Hamlin in particular, who got his start in Chesterfield and is the 2020 Daytona 500 champion.
You can place big bets at some of these Virginia NASCAR races and other key Virginia athletic events:
- ValleyStar Credit Union 300
- Xfinity 500
- Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500
- Federated Auto Parts 400
- Dominion Energy Charity Classic
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Crystal City Sports Pub
Crystal City Sports Pub has tons of HD TVs and beers on tap.
Bull & Bones Brewhaus & Grill
Bull & Bones Brewhaus & Grill is a brewpub a separate sports bar with a casual dining area. For in-game food? There’s an on-site smoker and wood-fired grill with 20 HDTVs. There are even pool tables to entertain yourself between the big games!
Brass Bell Steakhouse & Lounge
Friendly, lively, and great prices at this spot. Why catch the game anywhere else in Virginia?
CP Shuckers has big cable packages so you can watch almost any game.
Brock's Riverside Grill
Tons of televisions, great music, drink specials and friendly staff.
Locally owned and operated.