Rolling Stock is one of the best Shoreditch sports bars for a number of different reasons. It's got a sprawling beer garden that's perfect for meeting up with pals when a big game is on, there's droolworthy buns from Burgers&Beats and huge screens so you never miss a moment.
Sports Bars In Shoreditch
It's game day and you're after somewhere in East London to watch all the action? You can't beat a good old boozer for a great atmosphere and freshly-poured brews to build up the hype before a big match. Whether you're a football fan or an avid rugby follower, check out our guide to the best sports bars in Shoreditch.
An Irish sports bar near Shoreditch, Gibney's London & Daffodil Mulligan provides guests with a swish dining experience before they venture down to watch every pass, throw and tackle. And when they're not screening live matches? They're playing host to musicians and performers.
We're huge fans of this one. Long Arm Pub & Brewery is a sustainable sports bar offering thirsty Londoners six daily-changing beers, brewed on-site and served straight from tank to glass. What's more, all matches are played on two giant projectors and various screens.
Tasty cocktails, street food platters and 15 TVs across two floors make this sports bar on Shoreditch High Street a go-to for your next game. Grab your mates and hit up Matchbox to cheer on your team whilst tucking into burgers, hot dogs and chips.
Unsure of where to watch sport in Shoreditch? The Whitecross Tap is as good an option as any. Found just a short walk away from The Barbican, the friendly boozer is home to several HD TVs, with a cosy beer garden out back and a menu of sourdough pizzas for half time munching.
Catch all the action while sipping on a pint of craft beer or a seasonal cocktail at JuJu's Bar & Stage. The versatile Shoreditch venue is ideal for game days with your mates, offering fun vibes and a party atmosphere, which only grows as the sun sets...
This East London pub is bringing you three floors of gourmet fried chicken, unusual brews and cosy vibes. The Fox may not show all the sporting events, but you can bet when it comes to the big ones - Wimbledon, the Grand National, the World Cup - they'll be involved.
The Cornershop is your answer to where to watch the football in Shoreditch, showing everything from the Premier League and Sky Bet Championship to the UEFA League and Carabao Cup. The kitchen also whips up comfort food classics whilst the bar shakes up some tasty cocktails.