If you want to ditch your sofa, but also head to somewhere just as homey, The Albion have you covered. This friendly pub is just minutes from St. Paul's, with plasma screens placed around the venue to make it a haven for sports fans.
Best Bars To Watch The World Cup 2022 In London
Football's coming home. After the last tournament and our epic showing at the Euro, we think England's chances are better than ever. So move over, because we mean business. Don't want to miss a second of the action? From big screens to London's finest pubs showing the games, check out our list of the best bars in London to watch the Qatar World Cup 2022.
With the tournament of the year on the horizon, you'll be searching for the best place to support England. With plenty of delicious pints and mouthwatering grub on offer, The Leyton Star should be on your list. Topping it off? A private karaoke room for a Three Lions singalong afterwards.
Is there a better way to watch England and the other island nations than at a classic British boozer? We think not. With a cellar packed full of bevs and delicious meals to wolf down, The Bull & Gate is a great pub for football fans.
Whether you head to the brand new Barrio Covent Garden or the Shoreditch stalwart this winter, you're sure to make it a good'un with this fun bar. Think viewing parties and a happy hour of 2 for 1 cocktails alongside £3 tacos.
Settle in at the Dugout for all of the World Cup 2022 action, as they screen the games from large HD screens and projectors. Beer pong, extra long happy hours and homemade burgers make this a location for more than just your average football match.
When in need of cool pubs showing the World Cup 2022 in London, check out Fulham's Wolfpack. Here, there's not only cool stripped-back interiors and a selection of state-of-the-art screens, but also a menu of mouthwatering burgers to keep you fed throughout.
If you're mad about all things football, then Bar Kick, a watering hole dedicated to the beautiful game, is probably already on your radar. For screenings of the biggest games in the World Cup 2022 draw, expect a vibrant atmosphere, happy hour cocktails and a bustling crowd.
O'Neils offers a great place to see the football. Not just because they boast a great selection of craft beers, whiskeys, and delicious food, but also because they've got three whole floors for fans to settle down in.
Looking for somewhere in the West End showing the World Cup? Tiger Tiger will be screening the games across its mammoth-sized projectors and TV screens. But if you want to bag the best spot in the house, make sure to get yourself a free booking token now.
Looking for where to watch the World Cup final (and all the games inbetween) in London? Over at buzzing hotspot Soho Zebrano, you can make an absolute day of it in front of the big screen. While you watch, sip a bevy of boozy delights and eat top grub from the comfort of a plush seat.
This huge fanzone at The Rolling Stock is sure to have everything you need to celebrate the Qatar World Cup 2022. Think a choice of seated or standing tickets in front of the mega screen, or a VIP space with your own screens, booths and private bar.
When it comes to World Cup 2022 kick-offs, finding that ideal watering hole can be a little difficult, but that's where Someday come in. Catch every second of every match in the Art-Deco-inspired space, before delving into Mexican plates or slices of the good stuff from Ace Pizza.
Alongside serving up some stellar plates of food and delicious cocktails, Paddington's Lockhouse will also be one of the top bars showing the 2022 Qatar World Cup this winter. If craft beers in an industrial space are just your thing, this is the place for you.
For the ultimate viewing experience, it has to be TOCA Social. They offer private football screenings throughout the year, with space for up to 30 friends to watch the games. You can also add food and drink packages, plus play the venue's games afterwards.
If you're searching for a spot to watch the World Cup, then Rileys Sports Bar in Victoria is a firm choice. Touting a fabulous food and drinks menu, large HD screens and plenty of pool and darts boards, this much-loved haunt won't fail to disappoint.
If you're looking to settle down in a cool spot for each match day, The Running Horse - just a stone's throw from Aldgate East - is ideal. Better yet, they're fronting a vibrant atmosphere and a gorgeous central bar exhibiting Truman's fresh tank beer.
One of the best places to watch the World Cup in London, Bierschenke Beer Hall really has it all. Catch the action in this Bavarian bar, with tasty food to chow down on and a hefty stein in hand to wash it all down.
Boasting private screens at nearly every table, and with extras dotted about too, Sports Bar & Grill is a bit of a winner for watching the World Cup in Victoria. Head on over for a fantastic view of the games, as well as a lively atmosphere, delicious food and top-notch drinks.
Trendy Shoreditch cocktail bar Matchbox is screening the World Cup matches across its multiple 55-inch screens. Make sure you don't miss a single second of the action by grabbing a booking ticket, which will put you at the front of the queue for early bird tables.
Coming in among the top football pubs in London, it's no surprise that East Putney Tavern will be grabbing a slice of the action come the biggest international tournament. While they can't guarantee a win for your team, they're still serving up plenty to keep you refreshed and in top form.
Skylight Peckham is upping the football game for 2022 with World Cup screenings on the sky-high terrace. Not only will you be able to catch every boot of the ball on the HD TVs, but there will also be a tasty menu touting hearty fare, from skewers to toasties. Need we say more?
If you're looking for a sports bar in Shoreditch that ticks all the boxes, The Cornershop should be your go-to. From the bustling atmosphere and quirky interiors to the massive HD screens and an epic selection of refreshments, there's a lot to love about this watering hole.
A fun City watering hole and popular after-work spot, Slug and Lettuce Aldgate is making sure you don't miss out on a single moment. Make the most of the happy hour, munch on giant burgers and stick around after for DJs.
If you're after bars with large screens for watching the World Cup 2022 in London, the Skylight Pitchside have just the thing. Fronting a 4 metre by 5 metre beauty at the 500-capacity fan zone, this Tobacco Dock car park takeover is sure to hit the spot.
Boasting six screens at various points around the venue, The Manor Arms is brilliant for anyone looking to catch the live footie in Streatham. Topping it off? There are local beers to neck, Sunday roasts to munch and cocktails for those who fancy something a little more than a pint.
Situated in Stratford, Bat & Ball is a great choice for your World Cup watch party. Enjoy playing beer pong, ping pong and pool all while catching every single second of the latest match. Plus, there are Neopolitan pizza slices and delish pints.
Prince of Wales Brixton is setting itself up as one of the best places with big screens showing the World Cup 2022. You won't miss any of the home nation's games thanks to the 2 by 3 metre beauty, all while sipping cocktails, beers and more.
Thanks to its multiple HD screens, massive projectors and excellent selection of drinks, Ruby Blue is set to be one of the most popular spots for the World Cup games this year. Just make sure to get yourself a booking ticket to ensure you can nab yourself a table.