In the heart of Soho, The Warwick is in a buzzing location for all your World Cup needs. Put on your team's colours and head over to the lively party bar for large screens, as well as British dishes and a neat selection of cocktails.
The Best Bars To Watch The World Cup In London
We've done it! We're bloody in, and after the last competition? We think a lot is riding on England's chances. So move over because we mean business. Don't want to miss a second of the action? From big screens and pop-ups to London's finest bars showing the matches, check out our recommended list of bars showing the World Cup 2022.
Alongside serving up some stellar plates of food and delicious cocktails, Paddington's Lockhouse will also be one of the top bars in London to watch the world cup in London this summer.
Fronting one very sexy beer garden, this cool and quirky bar in Clapham is a top spot to watch all the action from Russia. With diverse menus and regular big DJ gigs, it's one of the best bars in London to watch the World Cup 2018.
In the heart of London, Walkers of Whitehall is bringing delicious British dishes and real ales to your World Cup watching in London.
Rumour is it's coming home, so head to Great Guns Social to welcome it back in style with delicious internationally-inspired food and a great beer selection.
O'Neils offers a great place to watch the World Cup in London not just because they've got a great selection of craft beers, whiskeys, and delicious food, but they've got three floors of the best atmosphere too.
When it comes to bars to watch the World Cup in London, this luxurious Lebanese locale is top of the list. Lounge in the glamorous bar, relax in a private alcove and stay until the evening for belly dancing show.
One of the suavest places in London to watch the football this summer, Gillray's Southbank-based steakhouse brings you hearty food, great beers and all the action from Russia.
When it comes to bars to watch the World Cup, this football-themed bar on Shoreditch High Street is high on the list. Expect a vibrant atmosphere, happy hour cocktails and a bustling crowd.
Dirty Harrys is the bar to watch the World Cup in London if you want an experience alongside it. Not only will you get a great view of the match, there's amazing food, great drinks, and later on in the night there's dance shows from Harrys Honeys, live music and club nights.
One of the best sports pubs in South London, this cool and chilled pub in Battersea is one of the best bars in London to watch the World Cups.
There's no better way to watch the World Cup in London than from this chilled-out beer hall in the city. Catch all the action with some tasty food and a hefty stein in hand.
This beloved Exmouth Market spot is an ideal place to watch the World Cup, with its laid-back vibes and focus on all things football. Team shirts, sporting scarves and football memorabilia line the walls, so you will feel like you have come to the right place. Find a place by one of the five screens and enjoy the happy hour specials from 4-7pm.
A fun City bar and popular after-work spot, Abbey is making sure you don't miss out on any World Cup action. Make the most of the happy hour, munch on giant burgers and stick around after for DJs.
Barrio is bringing the carnival spirit to the World Cup in London, with huge screens showing the games, alongside tropical beats, DJs and an eclectic vibe. For only £5 you can guarantee a seat and enjoy a bottle of house beer and rum-soaked oranges at half-time.
Settle in the Dugout for all of the World Cup action as they screen the games from large HD screens and projectors. A staple for covering all of international sports, beer pong, extra long happy hours, and home made burgers make this the location to head to for more than just your average football match.
If you're looking for a vibrant place to watch the matches with mates, then Pop Brixton is ideal. With plenty of seating outdoors and inside, as well as large screens and some of London's best street food vendors, you can easily stay for hours.
Catch all the World Cup games at Camino Kings Cross, and you can enjoy all the action, atmosphere and more, while taking advantage of their spectacular range of drinks and tapas. You can catch them at Bankside, Monument, and Shoreditch too.