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 Euros, 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 22nd October 2021




Matchbox

24 user reviews 2

Armed with a line-up of potent spirits and 55-inch plasma screens spread across its two floors, Matchbox is the ideal Shoreditch spot to sip on tasty concoctions whilst enjoying the match. Head down on a Friday or a Saturday and watch the resident DJs spin all your favourite party tracks long into the early hours. 

The Arnos Arms

814 user reviews 4

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 too.

Bar Kick

156 user reviews 4

Renowned for its table football, great food and match day coverage, Bar Kick is indisputably one of the best places to catch the Premier League and Championship action in London. Happy hour lasts from 4-7pm every day, so once the game is over you might as well stay to take advantage of the uber-cheap drink deals.

The Leyton Star

256 user reviews 5

Friendly neighbourhood pub The Leyton Star is often buzzing with fans come matchday. Serving comfort food classics throughout the week and hearty roasts on Sundays - you'll be at zero risk of running on empty. There's even a private karaoke room for you to bellow out your favourite chants after storming to victory. 

Famous Three Kings

54 user reviews 5

Found just a stone's throw from West Kingston tube station, Famous Three Kings is a historic pub, perfect for watching football. The spacious venue has screens throughout along with pool tables and dart board to keep you busy between matches.

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Wondering where you can get a round in before one of Arsenal's matches? The Brewhouse & Kitchen in Highbury has to be the answer; serving fresh beer brewed on-site and within walking distance of The Emirates Stadium. There's a steady buzz come match day as fans pop in for a swift one before heading to watch the Gooners, with many returning for post-match analysis.

The Charlotte

146 user reviews 4

Complete with three separate viewing areas as well as a huge beer garden, The Charlotte in Southwark know a thing or two about how to pull off the ultimate match day. With private areas available to book, and the option to pre-order drinks packages, this place is taking the stress out of even the most intense matches.

Pavilion End

49 user reviews 5

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, the recently refurbed gastro-pub that goes batty for all things sport. Part of the Fuller's group, you can expect hearty dishes and quality ales as standard.

Head West for your next footie match and 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 televised fixtures, and a hearty menu of classic British cuisine. 

The Three Compasses

160 user reviews 5

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

Sitting literally underneath Stamford Bridge, there are few better sports bars in London than Under The Bridge. Featuring live music performances and stocked full of all your favourite draft and craft beers, the carefree nature and charming character of the pub makes it the perfect pitstop to watch football in London.