Brotherhood Leeds: First look inside New Briggate sports bar following £500k transformation

A long-standing Leeds sports bar has reopened following a £500,000 transformation.

The Brotherhood of Pursuit and Pastimes, more commonly known as the Brotherhood, has undergone a renovation as it celebrates its 10th birthday.

Founded by Seema Dhiman in 2014, it was one of the first female-owned sports bars in the UK. The venue has been transformed into a warm and inviting space that channels a traditional pub, with plenty of retro sporting accents.

The birthday coincides with a golden year in the world of sport, with the Euros, the Six Nations, Fury Vs Usyk and the Super Bowl all heading to the Brotherhood's screens over the coming months. 

Seema said: “It’s been a fantastic 10 years, and I am really excited about the next chapter. The response has been overwhelmingly positive from our loyal customers and can’t wait to welcome all Yorkshire fans for a fantastic summer of sport.”

We take a look inside the new-look bar.

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