Where To Watch The Premier League In London

No matter who you support, football fans can agree that we're spoiled with one of the best football leagues in the world, right on our doorstep. At the same time, it's never been easier to catch every second of Premier League action, thanks to London's endless amazing line up of bars and pubs that broadcast every tackle, save and goal live on their HD screens. To help you find the perfect spot to support your team, we've pulled together a list of all the best places to watch the Premier League in London. 

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Last updated on 27th June 2024




The Alexandra

The Alexandra is hands down one of the best places to watch the Premier League in London, with comfy velvet sofas to sink into with a pint in hand. The Clapham Common watering hole has two projectors and five HD screens, alongside an array of lip-smacking pizzas with your name on it - topped with spicy salami, nduja, oyster mushrooms and so much more.

Grove Surbiton

Found in the heart of Surbiton, the Grove is a friendly boozer decked out in vibrant blue decor and rustic wooden tables, with a spacious beer garden to boot. You can catch all the biggest Premier League games from this lively venue, with a pint in hand and a tasty dish from their menu - we're talking charcuterie boards, crispy duck salad or even vegan fish and chips.

The Black Lion, West Hampstead

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If you find yourself in the West Hampstead area, be sure to secure a cosy leather booth at The Black Lion for the next big football match. This stylish boozer has got HD screens aplenty for you to cheer in front of, as well as a cracking menu which features tasty dishes like grass-fed sirloin steak, sweet potato and black bean salad or fish 'n' chips, to name a few.

Merchant

Catch all the biggest games from cosy venue Merchant, which can be found in Clapham Junction. This place is decked out in quirky tiled floors, vibrant orange seats and trendy artwork, as well as a number of TV screens showing the Premier League. Grab a cocktail or two while you're here, as well as tasty plates like buttermilk chicken burgers, crispy fish tacos and chilli beef Frankfurters.

World's End

Found just a stone's throw from Finsbury Park station, the World's End is a classic British boozer with some of the biggest screens around. Gather round their huge projector on the back wall, which shows all the biggest games from the Premier League. Their extensive menu spans from Sunday roasts to wild mushroom arancini or steak fries, with 50p wings every Wednesday as well.

Belushi's and The Dugout London Bridge

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Belushis London Bridge has quickly become a favourite sports bar in the minds of London's many football fans. With sister venues in Camden, Greenwich, Hammersmith and Shepherd's Bush, the famous chain plants huge smiles on the faces of all its guests with its huge screen TVs, ice cold beer and tasty comfort food. Where better to watch the Premier League in London than at these laid back venues?

Catford Bridge Tavern

One of the best places to watch the Premier League in South London has to be Catford Bridge Tavern. Head to the neighbourhood gem for the chance to catch all the action in a pretty setting, with British-meets-Caribbean food coming fresh out of the kitchen.

Euston Flyer

Don't miss out on all of the Premier League action by grabbing a table at Euston Flyer. The Central London boozer not only offers an electric game day atmosphere, but also a stand-up selection of classic pub grub bites alongside ales and beers.

Tokenhouse

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Tokenhouse is a pub located in The City with an industrial feel, teal walls and a speakeasy-style Cellar Bar. It offers an array of craft beers plus cask ales and is the ideal spot to swing by to catch some Premier League action. You'll find an exceptional selection of nibbles and meals to entertain your tastebuds too, so they don't miss out, like short rib and smoked cheddar nuggets, plus seafood risotto or a Chalcroft Farm beef burger for mains.

Elephant Inn

Whether you're looking to take your pooch to catch some goals or simply need a haunt for you and your mates to kick back and enjoy the Premier League in North London, The Elephant Inn is the boozer for you. It boasts plenty of HD screens showing fixtures alongside an extensive menu to boot. Think crispy spring rolls and fragrant curries as part of its Thai-inspired spread, in a dark, wooden space equipped with quirky trinkets on the wall and warm light fixtures. 

Greenwood

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Greenwood in Victoria is a quirky bar and restaurant that's been competing with the best to become the number one sports bar in London. Spread across two floors, guests can watch the latest live sporting action from around the globe upstairs, before heading downstairs and tucking into a delicious pizza, washed down with an ice-cold cocktail. Trust us, there are few better places to watch live Premier League action than this.

Rocket Euston

One of the best football pubs in London for watching the Premier League, Rocket Euston is boasting 8 HD TVs and a killer sound system, so you won't miss a moment of the footie. While they can't guarantee your team a win, they can promise a lively atmosphere and an extensive menu of hearty fare.

Distillers

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The Distillers is a wholesome pub in Hammersmith famed for its selection of craft beer and is a great place to catch all the Premier League action this year. It oozes stylish, modern interiors mixed with the quirky charm of an old boozer, thanks to its checkered chairs and exposed brick walls. You'll be sure to grab a decent pint here, along with some tasty grub from a menu featuring crowd-pleasers like buttermilk-fried chicken burgers, plus fish and chips. 

Wapping Tavern

Ready for a brew-tiful experience? Step into The Wapping Tavern, an independently run neighbourhood pub dating back to the 1800s. This hip pub, housed in a restored old spice factory, is not just a place to grab a drink but a destination for fun and games. With a basement full of entertainment, 17 screens for sports, an ever-expanding pizza menu and 28 beers on tap, they promise a memorable time.

Wheatsheaf Ealing

After a traditional pub through and through for all your Premier League viewing? It has to be Ealing's best kept secret, Wheatsheaf. Expect cosy, wooden interiors, screens scattered throughout the space, and a menu of classic British grub to fuel you too.

Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen

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Wondering where to watch the Premier League? Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen couldn't be a better choice. With a delicious, seasonal menu run by chef James Donnelly and gorgeous, rustic interiors, it's a strong contender for one of the best places to grab a pint and watch the football. Swing by on the weekend too to gobble up a hearty Sunday roast.

Pavilion End

Sitting in the shadows of the iconic St Paul's Cathedral, the Pavilion End is a charming local pub that offers its guests the ultimate weekend experience. Stocked with the best local ales, craft beers and chilled white wines, the team pulling the strings are huge football fans and promise to show every kick of this year's Premier League season. Whether it's a must win relegation battle or a title-deciding clash, there are few better places to watch the Premier League in London.

The Dickens Inn

The Dickens Inn is a cosy pub that draws inspiration from East London's unique heritage and the literary works of Charles Dickens. Covered in bright flowers and hanging baskets, the three-storey venue has become a favourite spot for the City of London's many sports fans. Serving all the usual suspects behind the bar and traditional gastro dishes, there are few better places to watch the Premier League live in London.

O'Neill's - Pubs In London

Keeping you full of food and drink while the match plays on? O'Neill's' multiple pubs across the capital. A must for watching the Premier League action in London, these staples for sports fans promise affordable bevvies alongside a roster of tasty plates.

Forester

On Leighton Road in Ealing, you'll find the charming Forester, a pretty boozer located within a Grade II-listed building and boasting cosy nooks along with a gorgeous green brick fireplace. It'll be showing all the Premiere League fixtures this year so you never have to miss out on the action when you're in the west, and you can even enjoy some delicious Thai food while you're at it too, such as fragrant curries, noodles and nibbles like vegetable tempura.