7 Places to Watch Live Sports in Birmingham

We were heartbroken at the loss of Birmingham Iron this Spring. To fill the void, here are 7 more ways to get your sports-fix in Birmingham.

 
 
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📸 photo by Birmingham Legion

 
  1. Birmingham Legion

    Birmingham Legion is a professional soccer franchise that plays in the newly renovated BBVA Compass Field, on UAB’s campus. Their season runs from early March to the middle of October. Tickets range from $15-$35.

    👉 More info.

    🎟️ Purchase tickets.

 
 
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📸 photo by Birmingham Barons

2. Birmingham Barons

The Birmingham Barons are a minor league baseball team that play at Regions field from early April to the beginning of September. Tickets range from $8-$15.

👉 More info.

🎟️ Purchase tickets.

 
 
 
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📸 photo by Regions Tradition

3. Regions Tradition

The Regions Tradition is an event on the PGA Tour Champions tour and is held annually at Greystone Golf & Country Club. This year the event will be held May 9 - May 12.

👉 More info.

🎟️ Purchase tickets.

 
 
 
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📸 photo by UAB Sports

4. University of Alabama at Birmingham Basketball

The UAB Men’s Basketball team plays in Bartow Arena on UAB’s campus from mid October to mid March.

👉 More info.

 
 
 
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📸 photo by UAB

5. University of Alabama at Birmingham Football

The UAB Football team plays at Legion Field from late August to the end of November.

👉 More info.

 
 
 
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📸 photo by AL.com

6. Birmingham Bulls

The Birmingham Bulls are a minor league hockey team that plays in the Pelham Civic Center from October through April. Tickets range from range from $15-$30.

👉 More info.

 
 
 
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📸 photo by SEC Sports

7. Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament

Every year the top 12 teams in the SEC battle it out in the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. The tournament dates are May 21-26 this year.

👉 More info.

🎟️ Purchase tickets.

 

Pot Stirring Radio

If you haven’t listened to Pot Stirring Radio yet, it’s time to tune in.

 
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Pot Stirring Radio covers all things food and is hosted by Ben Vaughn, chef at Root to Tail in Mountain Brook, AL. Guests that are part of the local food scene in Birmingham are interviewed on each episode to give you an inside look into what’s going on in Birmingham.

The podcast successfully dives into food without getting too “culinary”. It’s a great program for anyone in the area, regardless of your cooking expertise, palette, or background.

Pot Stirring Radio airs on Birmingham Mountain Radio (107.3 FM), Saturdays at 8am and rebroadcasts Sundays at 9pm weekly.

Check out past Pot Stirring Radio episodes here.

👇 Listen to the full Pointz interview on Pot Stirring Radio.

 

Favorite Outdoor Spots in Birmingham

 

☀️ The warmer weather is officially here (it’s about time)! So where do you head when the weather is too nice to stay indoors? Here are some of our favorite spots in Birmingham to check out next time you feel like absorbing some good ole Vitamin D.

 

Red Mountain Park

2011 Frankfurt Dr, Birmingham, AL 35211

With over 15 miles of biking/hiking trails, 2 miles of flat walking trails, a dog park, 3 tree houses, 2 overlooks, and 3 historical mining sites, there is plenty to do at Red Mountain. They even have adventure passes to zip line courses, an 80 ft climbing tower, a treetop challenge course, and more.

More info

 
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Limstone Park Canoe Rental

1531 Limestone Pkwy, Brierfield, AL 35035

If you live in Birmingham, you have to raft down the Cahaba River at least once. Pack a cooler, rent your tube, and float down the river for hours with your friends. It’s a fun way to spend a day enjoying beautiful Alabama.

More info


Avondale Brewing Company

201 41st St S, Birmingham, AL 35222

This is one of the best spots for a large group. There are plenty of tables, a huge grassy area, and multiple bars to order from. They frequently have live bands and that patio is 🐶 dog friendly, so your best friend doesn’t have to miss out on the fun!

Check out their Instagram!


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Roots & Revelry

1623 2nd Ave N Suite B, Birmingham, AL 35203

🥂 This patio is made for Instagram-worthy outdoor brunches. Located in the Thomas Jefferson building downtown, Roots & Revelry does an excellent job blending historic charm, amazing food, and great service.

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Birmingham Botanical Gardens

2612 Lane Park Rd, Birmingham, AL 35223

The gardens are open from dawn until dusk every day of the year. There are 30 thematic gardens and lots of events & classes throughout the year. So take a stroll and enjoy the beautiful blooms that the garden’s 67.5 acres offer.

More info

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Highland Park Golf Course

3300 Highland Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35205

Located in the heart of downtown, you can overlook the Birmingham skyline while playing 18 holes. The course is open to the public and the rates are reasonable. So book a tee time on Alabama’s oldest golf course.

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The Garage

2304 10th Terrace S, Birmingham, AL 35205

This is a hidden local favorite located inside an architectural salvage shop courtyard. There is wisteria blooming overhead and garden sculptures everywhere. The perfect spot to grab a beer (or sandwich) and enjoy the nice weather.

Check them out on Facebook!

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Soho Social

1830 29th Ave S Ste 160, Homewood, AL 35209

Located in Homewood’s trendy Soho Square, Soho Social has a full menu of juicy burgers, a variety of tacos, hearty appetizers, a full cocktail menu, and more. There is plenty of seating (and umbrellas⛱️) on their spacious patio.

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Moss Rock Preserve

617 Preserve Way, Hoover, AL 35226

This spot isn’t just for rock climbing enthusiasts. Located in Hoover, Moss Rock has a huge boulder field, 12 miles of trails, a waterfall, and a 350 acre nature preserve. If you work up an appetite there are 2 restaurants at the entrance of the trail, Vecchia Pizzeria & Mercato and Moss Rock Tacos & Tequila.

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Birmingham Legion

800 11th St S, Birmingham, AL 35205

Support Birmingham’s professional soccer team for their first season in the Magic City. Games are played at the newly renovated BBVA Compass field.

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Rotary Trail

2098 1st Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233

A walking trail built in an old railroad bed stretches through downtown and leads to the Jones Valley Trail which connects to Sloss Furnaces. It’s an easy walk with plenty of places to stop and rest and modern landscaping throughout.

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