Central London football pubs
This is a great place to come and multi-task, as you can enjoy stunning views of the Shard while keeping your eye on your favourite team.This fantastic riverside bar has two ground-floor screens and one first-floor screen that showcases key fixtures of the season. Bookings are taken, but there’s so much standing space it might not be necessary. A private room with screen is also available.Read more
The Round House
This is a popular pub that overflows with customers on warm days – some watch the screens through the windows as the top games of the season are screened. There’s no need to worry about a clash of two top games, as the pub can show different games on its two screens.
North London football pubs
This local Irish pub (local if you’re in Finsbury Park, that is) screens many of the top Premiership and Championship games in their barn-like back room with picnic table seating. Rugby can take precedence over the round-ball game, so bear that in mind when there are international matches scheduled.Read more
South London football pubs
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Although not strictly a pub, this venue hosts the largest sports screen in the UK (40 square metres) along with six 50-inch plasma screens strategically positioned so you never miss the action. The Grand has been voted the Number 1 place to watch live sport in London, and it screens most major sporting events.Read more
East London football pubs
Sister to Clerkenwell's Café Kick, good-natured Bar Kick is more expansive than its sibling. Mostly famous for their table football, basement events, lovingly cooked food and cocktails, they are also the place to watch live football as they now show every 3D match available in their basement.Read more
West London football pubs
This Octoberfest-themed bar shows all major sporting events on a two huge projector screens and three massive plasma screens, while beer maidens dressed in the traditional dirndl garb serve steins of ice-cold beers from around the globe a selection of 85 German beers. All major football events are shown, as well as rugby and German Bundesliga.Read more