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*

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Last updated on 16th April 2024

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.

Elephant Inn

When it comes to North London boozers showing football, Finchley's The Elephant Inn knows what's up, with its HD screens and cosy rooms decked out with high chairs, an array of mirrors and wooden panelling. This watering hole's menu is one to remember as well, serving up moreish Thai cuisine like a red curry and spring rolls, to accompany a fresh pint at half time.

The Devonshire

The Devonshire is a pretty pub nestled in Balham, boasting modern light fixtures and stained glass windows. Out back you'll find a vibrant beer garden that's flooded with revellers come summertime. This haunt also comes with a number of TVs screening the big matches, making it a top spot for watching the football with friends while tucking into gourmet sandwiches filled with steak or cyder battered fish fingers.

The Crown and Castle

If you're looking for a pub in East London where you can watch the football that's got a friendly atmosphere as well as a cracking craft beer selection, then The Crown and Castle is right up your street. Laced with history and boasting a legacy that spans over two centuries, this old boozer has an array of glossy screens fixed to its walls meaning you can get a great view of the game from wherever you decided to enjoy your pint. 

The Leather Bottle

The Leather Bottle in Earlsfield is home to a stunning beer garden equipped with a burger shack and a delicious menu fronting a sensational Sunday roast. It's well-known in the area has been around for roughly 300 years and has over six different spaces to cosy up in and indulge in some moresih fare. Make sure to bag a seat here to watch the football and order some delicious goods like whipped ricotta or juicy plant burger to your table.

George IV

George IV in Chiswick is a characterful pub sporting exposed brick walls and a well-stocked bar featuring a rating selection of ales. It's popular for its beer garden as well as its live sports showings; swing by to catch a match and enjoy some top gastro grub like pan-roasted sea bass fillet atop British shellfish risotto, walnut moussaka and beer-battered haddock. 

The Goose Walthamstow

One of the best places to watch football in London, The Goose is a Walthamstow favourite that's a must-visit for the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League and more. Not only can you expect TVs dotted about a traditional space, but also the affordable grub and drinks to match.

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.

The Kenton

Boasting four screens around the pub all showing Sky and BT Sports, The Kenton is the place to go when you want to watch the footie. Whether it's the Premier, Champions or Europa league, you can bet this that join will be bustling with fans.

Long Arm Pub & Brewery

One of the best pubs and bars for watching football in London, Long Arm Pub & Brewery in Shoreditch is the first of its kind when it comes to a boozer with a negative carbon footprint. Everything is brewed and served onsite, straight from tank to glass, meaning you can enjoy a pint in good faith. The atmospheric hotspot boasts two projectors showing fixtures alongside an array of shiny screens too, as well as a droolworthy menu featuring all-American bites like ribs, nachos and hotdogs. 

The Alma Wandsworth

Sporting emerald green tiles from the onset and gorgeous wooden flooring on the inside, The Alma is a beautiful pub in Wandsworth, housed in a Victorian building and whipping up some seriously drool-worthy grub throughout the week. Across numerous TV screens, you can catch some football with your friends, enjoy a classic cocktail or two and tuck into the likes of 35-day dry-aged fillet Wellington or a coal-baked beetroot version for vegetarians.