London Sports Bars And Pubs With Outdoor Screens

What could be better than a freshly-poured pint and an afternoon filled with the latest sporting action? Perfect for when the sun shines, these pubs and bars boast outdoor screens, meaning you can soak up some much-needed vitamin D whilst watching live tennis, football, cricket and rugby.

Last updated on 11th March 2022

Grand Junction Arms

39 user reviews 4

Not only is the Grand Junction Arms in Acton ideal for tasty grub and alfresco dining, but they also host an epic range of sports games. Head along to this haunt to catch all the action on their indoor and outdoor screens while sipping on a top-notch craft beer.

The Leather Bottle

1133 user reviews 4

Boasting one of South London's most cherished beer gardens, The Leather Bottle is a stellar spot for an alfresco pint whilst catching up on all the latest sporting fixtures. With private booths available as well as a larger pergola, this boozer is well set up to accommodate you and all your pals.

The Adam & Eve

52 user reviews 4

Looking for somewhere to catch the latest sports fixtures? The Adam & Eve in Homerton boasts a beautiful beer garden, complete with huge screens showing the footie, a fantastic selection of beer and moreish Thai street food.

Pub On The Park

277 user reviews 4

Perched on London Fields, Pub On The Park is one of the capital's leafiest and most charming watering holes. Its picturesque terrace is decked out with pretty festoon lighting and flanked by large screens - perfect for watching live football, rugby and tennis outdoors.

The Wood House

2189 user reviews 4

Located in the heart of Upper Sydenham, The Wood House is a gorgeous London pub complete with outdoor sports screens. For the ultimate summer's day grab one of the front row tables and fill your boots with tasty BBQ food and thirst-quenching pints.

George IV

179 user reviews 5

If you're on the hunt for a football pub with outdoor screens in West London, look no further than George IV. The perfect summertime spot, head here for alfresco pints when the sun shines - with a large plasma TV tucked away in the hidden beer garden.