Sports Events and Tickets in London
The one thing that unites all cultures around the world is sports! London caters for all sorts of sporting ventures, particularly in its bars and restaurants, which will go out of their way to show you football, rugby, NFL and more on their giant TV screens. Get the atmosphere and the great drinks instead of warm tinnies at home with these sports events and tickets in London.
Last updated on 15th May 2018
With big screenings of the all the best World Cup 2018 action, The Last Days of Shoreditch is the perfect place to sink some pints and give in to football fever.
One of coolest and quirkiest places to catch the World Cup 2018 in London, Studio 88 will be showing all the action alongside their non-stop live music and great food and drinks deals.
Along with offering you a burger and beer with your ticket price, City-based Broadleaf is showing all the action of the hotly anticipated Champions League Final.
Not only can you bag a ticket to watch the football for £5, but you can watch some the best sports events while chowing down on London's best street food at Hawker House. Home to the renowned Street Feast, this one of the hottest places in London for food, drink, sports events and tickets.
One of the biggest sports bar names in London, Belushi's aren't shy when it comes to Superbowl antics this February in London. Join them across a number of their sites as they promise the best in match screenings, food and drink.
Get sucked into the World Cup action at Bounce Farringdon, where you can enjoy pizza and beer deals, an F1 sound system, fully bookable spaces, and huge 12 foot screens so you don’t miss a single thing.
Head over to Victoria as dedicated sports bar Greenwood show all the football action from the Champions League across their 16 screens.
With a massive screen and huge outdoor terrace, this pop-up in Clapham is the perfect place to catch all of the football World Cup action. Inspired by legendary famous footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the space will be screening all the action along with having a stadium-like atmosphere.
The Grand are hosting a Champions League viewing party in their 100-person capacity private bar, meaning you get some of the best views of the all the action, and you’ll also get to move downstairs to the main club room to celebrate/dance away the pain afterwards.