Chelsea fan? You'll know all about Goose then; the football crazy North End Road boozer. It's a huge hit with fans both before and after the match, and features a number of large TV screens so those without a ticket can watch the game too. There's fantastic deals on both food and drink all day every day and a buzzing football-friendly atmosphere.
Football Pubs in London
Trying to find the best places to watch football in London used to be a little tricky, but that was before our guide came along. Nobody wants to find themselves packed into a rubbish pub catching a glimpse of a tiny screen come matchday, and that’s exactly why we’re here to help. Here’s just a handful of the best pubs and bars to watch football in London, which is full of great venues across the city.
This Fulham spot is a clubhouse to the official Bayern Munich UK Fan Club, so it only seems right that October Pub should host a viewing party to support the team's upcoming match against Chelsea. Catch all the action with your fellow supporters whilst snacking on German comfort food and sipping on an extensive selection of biers.
Boasting a fourteen-tap rotating beer selection and some sizeable tv screens, there's no better place to catch all the footy action than at this Finsbury Park favourite. And once the match is over you can celebrate or commiserate with some twisted cocktails and a run through the jukebox.
Not only do these guys play all the BT sport matches, they also have a fine selection of beers to accompany it. They are all locally sourced cask ales and beers, which are always brewed within the borough of Enfield. And if all that cheering gets you hungry, they've got a menu of tasty grilled pub food.
Boasting no less than 34 screens, you've only got yourself to blame if you somehow miss a goal at this football pub in London; after all, there's a TV pretty much everywhere you look. Settle in to watch the beautiful game with your pals then conduct your post-match analysis over a few games - there's plenty of pool and table tennis as well as 4 bars to keep you well hydrated throughout the 90 minutes.
The Griffin is a quintessential North London pub, perfectly places in Whitehouse. Come match day, the bar is brought to life with flowing drinks, classic pub grub and numerous screens dotted around the venue showing all the action, with a gorgeous beer garden should you need a breather.
Found in the heart of the West End and consistently buzzing, The Adam and Eve is a great place to watch football in London. Teaming with HD TV's, and promising only the finest of matches, head on down when the season begins.
If you fancy catching a footie game with delicious plates of Lebanese cuisine, an extensive bar menu and sweet shisha, look no further than Tigerbay. Located just a stone's throw from Hanger Lane station, it's a unique way to watch sport in West London.
Sleek, suave and carefree, Matchbox is a trendy cocktail bar in the heart of Shoreditch High Street. Armed with a line-up of potent spirits and a few 55-inch plasma screen TVs spread across its two floors, the bar hopes to couple great cocktails with watching live sport. Head down on a Friday or a Saturday and watch the resident DJs spin all your favourite party tracks long into the early hours.
One of the best sports bars in London, this excellent bar and kitchen down in Holland Park offers a unique selection of pizzas, beers and British plates, alongside all the football coverage you could possible wants, including Premier League, Champions League and the Euros.
This spacious sports bar boasts a multitude of HD screens to show the live footy! Worried about missing a game because its kick-off clashes with another fixture? Not to worry, Rileys promises to show all televised matches simultaneously if need be! And whilst you're there, make sure you try out some of their football-themed cocktails too!
Showing all the action from the biggest matches in the biz, this Tottenham Court Road pub offers the perfect spot for getting in on the football action with a pint and a burger to boot.
Boasting the calibre of cask ale that you'd expect from a top notch Fuller's pub, the guys at The Cross Keys in Hammersmith absolutely love their sport. It goes without saying that all the big fixtures are broadcast - there's two flat screens, a projector and even a wheelie screen that can be drawn upon if the game is particularly huge.
Head West for your next footie match at catch every moment from The Rooks Nest. Perfectly placed in the heart of Hammersmith, this cosy pub offers a place of sanctuary with its screens showing all the fixtures, along with its menu of hearty comfort food and classic pints.
The spacious beer garden at the Coat & Badge is where footie fans assemble for a couple of pre-game pints every Saturday (providing it's not pouring down with rain of course). Come kick off it's time to head inside, where you'll find a warm and lively Putney pub with a good atmosphere, and with Fresh English food on the menu you might as well stay for some grub after.
Battersea-based bar and restaurant The Schoolhouse will have you reminiscing on lunchtime games, scraped knees and flashing trainers. Screening all major matches on their huge HD projector screen, if you time your visit here right you may be able to take advantage of their legendary 2 for 1 'tappy hour' on all draught beers.
A bustling boozer in Stoke Newington, The Red Lion oozes classic charm with its cosy interiors, beautiful beer garden and big games room. Head on over a catch the footie on one of their screens, with a beer and delicious homemade pizza to make it extra-special.
A combo of a sports bar and a late-night party palace, Belushis is a sports lover haven. With an American feel, great drink promotions and seven large plasma screens showing all sporting events, you couldn't want much more. there's also sister sites in Camden, Greenwich and Shepherd's Bush - all with the same great party atmosphere.
In need of a decent pub showing the football close to St. Paul's? Make for The Albion, the city's warm and relaxed boozer which has all of the action from Sky Sports, ESPN and Premiere Sports broadcast on 5 plasma screens throughout the venue. It's open over the weekends - rare for a city pub - and there's top quality pub grub and an award-winning real ale lineup at the bar.
Located opposite the stunning Olympic Park, great sport is at the core of The Cow. This is the place to come and watch the football in Stratford, with the amazing views teaming up with fresh food, quality ales and a vibrant atmosphere.
Wondering where you can get the drinks in before Arsenal matches? The Brewhouse & Kitchen in Highbury has to be the answer; serving fresh beer brewed on site within walking distance of The Emirates. There's a steady buzz come matchday as fans come by for a quick drink before heading to watch the Gooners, with many returning after the match for dinner; the Brewhouse serves delicious comfort food with beer pairing recommendations.
Home to a sprawling beer garden, Kentish Town's Abbey Tavern knows what to do when football season rolls around. Bringing out the big screen, they show all the big matches so you can settle in with a pint and a burger to enjoy all the action.
Found yourself in St. Paul's minutes from kick off, with nowhere to watch the game? Problem solved - just head over to the Pavilion End, where sports fans can watch those big fixtures on big screens and a 3D TV in a stylish setting. It's a Fuller's boozer so quality ales come as standard, and the atmosphere is always buzzing come matchday. You'll struggle to find a better place to watch the football in London.
Never miss a moment with Europe's largest single TV screening all the international sports action you could dream of. Sit back with a delicious draft ale, beer or wine and tuck into a menu of pub classics as you witness every game in crisp HD.
They bloody love their football at Nordic, the Scandinavian themed bar close to Oxford Street. With a number of screens showing the match and ping-pong to keep you busy during half-time, these guys serve up an unmissable rota of authentic food and drinks. Win, lose or draw, you'll probably want to have a go on the shot wheel after the final whistle.
Head down to Southwark where this quirky pub will have you sorted for all the latest football fixtures, alongside an indulgent menu of ribs, burgers and tasty sharing plates.
A fantastic atmospheric pub right next to Liverpool Street. This London pub has a 3D screen as well as a large screen in the main room for watching all the Premiership games live in London. This pub gets busy so if you are planning to watch a game get here early and grab yourself a table for the match.
Windsor Fenchurch shows all the big games on screens across their venue, and they want you to enjoy the game as best you can while you're there. That's why they've laid on all kinds of fantastic drink deals - like four bombs for a tenner, two ciders for £7 - but best of all you can snap up a pint, in the heart of the City, for less than £3.