Football Pubs In London

Nobody wants to find themselves packed into a rubbish boozer catching a barely-there glimpse of a tiny TV come match day, and that’s exactly why we’re here to help. Whether you're tuning into the Premier League, Champions League or the World Cup, here’s a huge guide to the best pubs showing football in London, complete with unbeatable drinks deals, electric atmospheres and giant HD screens. *Blows whistle*

Last updated on 26th May 2023

The Earl Of Camden

A North London hidden gem if we ever saw one, The Earl of Camden comes out on top when it comes to brilliant sports bars. Get your football fix at this trendy pub that promises epic screenings of all the matches. Plus, there are craft beers and stonebaked pizzas up for grabs.

Cock and Bottle

Cock and Bottle is a great place in Notting Hill to catch all the sports action. The cosy pub showcases a huge HD screen, as well as scran and pints to match. We recommend trying the bar board, featuring the likes of Korean chicken bites, onion rings, crispy squid and more.

Lots Road

For gastro eats and plenty of HD screens, you'll certainly want to head to Lots Road in Chelsea. As you're watching all of the footie action on the TVs, be sure to check out the epic menu. Think loaded pies, succulent steaks and buttermilk harissa chicken burgers galore.

Hagen & Hyde

Found on Balham high street, Hagen & Hyde is a popular spot, thanks to its laid-back yet trendy decor and sprawling space. You can regularly watch the football here, as it boasts two massive screens. You can also get stuck into tasty scran and sloshing pints aplenty.

The Duchess W6

Located a short stroll away from Ravenscourt Park, this recently refurbed pub is the perfect West London hangout for a rainy match day. Boasting comfy leather sofas, a well-stocked bar and a dog-friendly policy, we wouldn't blame you for hiding out at this gem well beyond Match Of The Day. 

The Three Compasses

If you're keen on sports and down in the Dalston area, don't miss The Three Compasses. Not only are they burger champions with regularly rotating kitchen hosts, but they also pull out the big screen for matches, making for an all-encompassing football pub enviroment.

The Sydney Arms

Chelsea football pubs are topped off by The Sydney Arms, a traditional English boozer that's streaming all the action from the Premier League, Champions League and more across their screens. Plus, there's some classic British grub to accompany your viewing.

Sporting Page

If you're looking for pubs in Chelsea showing football, make sure to check out Sporting Page. Grab a pint then settle into the cosy boozer to watch all the fixtures on Sky Sports, and if you're hungry? There's a fantastic selection of seafood dishes to enjoy.