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Sports Bars In London
Looking for the perfect spot to settle down and watch the action as it unfolds? You've come to the right place. Including lavish bars with an HD screen and ice-cold beer at every turn to intimate pubs oozing that match-day energy with junk food galore, this is our exclusive guide to the best sports bars in London.
Searching for a great sports bar spot? Head to The Castle, where you'll get the chance to eat juicy burgers and other pub grub, while downing the most refreshing pints of beer. It's a great spot to watch Six Nations with its huge TV screens throughout the venue.
Gastro pub and sports bar The Bull & Gate is perfect for grabbing a pint while watching the game. It's perched right on Kentish Town Road, featuring rustic interiors and mismatched furniture that give you all feels of a classic cosy boozer.
Sitting pretty on Tottenham Court Road, Fitzrovia Belle is one of the best sports bars in Central London. Head here for the chance to catch all of the latest fixtures with freshly poured drinks and steaming hot British dishes that are sure to impress.
Head over to Holland Park where this neighbourhood bar and kitchen offers all the sporting action you could be looking for. From rugby and football to cricket and Olympics coverage, they've got it all, as well as a wide range of wood-fired pizzas and cold pints.
If you're looking for a top-notch spot to watch the sport, then be sure to check out Hope & Anchor. This Brixton hotspot has over 20 screens to catch all the action alongside a private hut for those special gaming antics. Feeling hungry? They also have a cracking menu too.
Based on Shoreditch High Street, Matchbox offers cocktails and stunning platters of street food. Spread over two floors and with a few 55-inch TVs spread throughout the venue, this is an easy-going spot that's perfect for watching live sporting events.
Boasting numerous huge screens, a mega menu of hearty delights and all kinds of classic beer, Monarchy is a fantastic place to watch the fixtures. Grab yourself a spot in front of the TVs and catch all the matches from a prime viewpoint.
Where to watch sports? Head up north where The Beehive is screening all the matches from its abode in Tottenham. As well as pouring up a selection of refreshing craft beers and providing a number of indoor and outdoor TVs, there are also darts boards and pools tables.
Wondering where to watch sports in East London? The ever-bustling Bar Kick is all about the action, with foosball tables and beer, but the main event is definitely football; expect major games shown downstairs on a 3D screen.
The Salt Room is inviting you to check out your favourite sport in Islington, as the venue is bringing food and drink packages available to pre-order. Enjoy refreshing pints and sumptuous burgers while cheering on your team. England, right?
Commonly considered one of the leading football bars in London, The Northcote promises a buzzing atmosphere come match day. Line yourself up with a couple of crisp ales to settle those nerves before the games get underway from both Sky and terrestrial TV.
One of the best sports bars in London, The Rialto Backstage Bar is a Leicester Square staple that's always buzzing on match day. Hunker down to watch all the live TV, with a wide choice of drinks and lip-smacking international dishes to tuck into while you're there.
This Clapham Common cracker of a pub doesn't mess around when it comes to sports screenings. Not only do they have two Sky boxes, Sky Sports and BT Sports, but they also have a mega HD projector and four TV screens, so you know you're sure to catch all the action at this classic spot.
Located in the heart of Elephant and Castle, Spit & Sawdust dedicate their Saturdays to sports. Whether you're watching or playing, head here to catch all the action and enjoy retro video games, while tipping back a pints (or two).
Fancy good grub and drinks while watching the big game? Moretown Belle is positively one of the best American sports bars in London. Expect coverage of international games and unrivaled US showings of everything from La Liga to Superbowl Sunday.
Close to many of London's hot tourist spots and set in the shadows of St. Paul's Cathedral, Pavilion End is a beautiful city pub. Great for cosy after-work drinks and with a gorgeous beer garden, it's perfect for catching rays with a side of sports.
Going above and beyond your usual sports bar, Foosball Club is a haven for big kids and fans alike. Perched on Holloway Road in Islington, this quirky spot not only offers hours of table football fun, but there's also freshly poured pints and mouthwatering pizza.
With plenty of HD screens showing Sky and BT Sports in the main bar, as well as huge projectors, The Bedford is the ultimate spot for a day of watching all the nail-biting moments from the game. Whether it's the footie, wrestling or tennis, this Balham hotspot will be showing it.
Set in an old theatre, The Grand isn't just a clubbing hotspot - it's also a unique setting for watching all the big games from England football and rugby matches to the Champions League. Head here for every try, pass and tackle before a big night out.
Spread across three floors, The Dickens Inn is a charming pub that boasts several TV screens. The St Katharine's Dock shows big matches with plenty of room to make sure you don't miss any of the nail-biting moments. Head here for pints of real ale in a 300-year-old venue.
Supplying all you could want when it comes to watching all the games in London, Belushis is a combination of a sports bar and late-night party palace. With an American feel, great drink promotions and 7 large plasma screens, this place just keeps on giving. Catch sister venues in Hammersmith, Greenwich and Shepherd's Bush.
Sports bars in London don't come much better than Nordic. Situated near Oxford Street, this West End hotspot is home to a plethora of screens showing a variety of sports and if that's not enough, they have ping pong and table football. There's also Scandanavian grub, beers, cocktails to keep you going.
The Mere Scribbler has quickly established itself as a big hitter in Streatham. Targeting that 'local boozer' vibe, the team's collection of craft beers, ales and inventive cocktails cater for a wide range of tastes. Sweetening the deal, there are comfort food classics and huge screens.
It really is in the name, isn't it? Sports Bar & Grill is one of the best places to watch the fixtures in Victoria. Not only is it centrally located and easily reachable for all, but it also has a huge number of large HD screens, delicious food and refreshing pints.
Head on down to traditional Camden boozer The Good Mixer, the former regular haunt of Amy Winehouse, an avid lover of pool. Better yet, there's plenty of pints and comfort food courtesy of Wing Shack Co, so you can munch while you enjoy the latest game.
If you're looking for sports bar in South London, Leadbelly's Bar should be on your radar. Combining the look of a relaxed neighbourhood watering hole with all the action from the football, rugby and more, this great spot will have you feeling right at home in no time.
Guinness, food and a big screen: the golden trio of watching sports in the city. McGettigan's does that and more, offering up cracking drinks, traditional Irish grub and big screens so you can catch - not just the football - but also tennis, GAA games, cricket, tennis and more.
Not just a place where you can practice your ping pong and pool skills, The Bat and Ball is the Stratford watering hole screening all the live sport fixtures. While you watch, chow down on pizza and sink a few pints or cocktails.
Based in Victoria, Greenwood promises food, craft beers and live football all under one roof. The menu is, of course, the headliner here, but it's the sports that really caught out attention. With pool tables, big screen TVs and all your favourite drinks at the bar, the venue is a real winner.
King's Cross' canalside Rotunda is a great spot to sit back and enjoy all the sporting events from your favourite teams on the bar's 75-inch screen. Get your Freeview, BT and Sky Sports fix as you snack on dishes from their bar food menu along with your pint.
With a number of different areas, the Carlsberg is one of the best sports bars in Leicester Square. Home to plasma screens and huge projectors hanging above the main seating, the venue is great for supporting all your favourite teams with a pint in hand.
Looking for a classy place to catch the footie after work? Brigadiers is on hand with a self-service whiskey machine and an ample menu of Indian food to explore as you watch every moment live. Nestled in Bank, this is sure to pop off come match day.