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. 

Last updated on 18th August 2022




The Three Compasses

204 user reviews 5

A Dalston favourite where the burgers are (almost) as big as the atmosphere, The Three Compasses is a local-love, brimming with punters hoping to catch all of the Premier League moments on two giant HD projector screens.

The Temperance, Fulham

74 user reviews 4

Found on Fulham high street, The Temperance is a modern boozer boasting one of the best match day atmospheres around. Book a private booth (complete with your own TV) and spend the afternoon chowing down small plates, sipping craft beer and cheering on your team.

The Elgin

545 user reviews 4

Can't seem to find a watering hole to catch the Premier League? Head to The Elgin for a fun watch party with your friends. Fronting huge plasma screens, delish British menus and a huge selection of craft beer, the venue checks all the boxes when it comes to sports pubs.

The Lock Inn

3 user reviews 5

Whoever you support, The Lock Inn is screening all the Premier League action on their TVs. While the Hackney Wick pub can't guarantee your favourite team wins, they've got a lineup of pizzas, cocktails, craft beers and burgers to act as celebration or commiseration.

William the Fourth

29 user reviews 5

Looking for somewhere to watch the Premier League in Leyton? Head over to William the Fourth where they'll be bringing you all the action from the tournament. And to keep you fuelled up throughout? Tuck into delicious Greek food and some tasty local beers.

Pavilion End

49 user reviews 5

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.

Nordic Bar

5 user reviews 5

Sitting on Newman Street in Fitzrovia, Nordic Bar is a welcoming sports bar that never misses a single moment of Premier League football. The venue is decorated as a cosy ski chalet but bursts into life when kick off arrives, with chilled beer and authentic grub on offer.

Greenwood

278 user reviews 4

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.

Never miss a kick, tackle or goal of the Premier League by heading on down to Sports Bar & Grill on game days. Found in Victoria, this bar is as cool as they come, with slick decor, a fantastic number of big TV screens, plus food and drink that is ideal for watching the footie.

Catford Bridge Tavern

136 user reviews 4

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.

Rocket Euston

13 user reviews 3

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.

Dog & Truck Stepney

61 user reviews 5

Just shy of Whitechapel and home to enviable beer gardens for the city, Dog & Truck Stepney is a top place to watch the Premier League in London. Grab a pint, grab a table and grab a load of the action at this locals favourite.

The Wheatsheaf

168 user reviews 5

With its charming Victorian features, traditional feel and menu of classic pub grub, The Wheatsheaf is a brilliant place to watch all the action from the Premier League in Tooting. Hunker down with a plate of comfort food and a freshly poured pint as you watch every second in style.

The Dickens Inn

258 user reviews 4

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.

Need a watering hole to watch the Premier League? We've got you set up at Toca Social. Grab your friends and book out a private box so you can have your own personal screening. Plus, the venue slings out buckets of Moretti and yummy nosh.

Royal Oak

205 user reviews 5

Willesden's Royal Oak bar is known amongst both locals and sports fans from across London. The formula here is simple; an impressive range of craft beer and local ales, a food menu of classic comfort food dishes and all the best live sporting action shown on the huge screen TVs mounted above the seating areas. Grab your mates, grab a pint and watch the biggest Premier League teams go head to head at this breezy London sports bar. 

Bespoke Package

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?