Camino Bankside will be showing the World Cup on their giant screen in their lovely outside space, so you don't have to miss a beat of the action while enjoying gorgeous tapas and sangria. You can catch them at Kings Cross, Monument, and Shoreditch too.
Large Screens Showing The World Cup
So you've decided to go and support your country by watching the World Cup 2022 coverage, but hey, so has the rest of the country. You're gonna need a bigger screen, and luckily for you London's full of them! For big screens and outdoor screenings, take a look at our recommended bars in London in with large screens showing the World Cup.
East London's favourite pop up will be showing an array of games, including all England games on some of the biggest screens in the area. Boasting some very cool cocktails and delicious street food, it's one of the best places to watch the World Cup in London this summer.
Tiger Tiger has got it all when it comes to watching the World Cup in London; from their big screen in the restaurant and bar area through to the club to celebrate (or commiserate) in after.
All the action on one large screen: the World Cup is best experienced at the Ten Bells if you're after a wonderful selection of beers, wines, and gins, alongside the best atmosphere in East London.
Catch all the action of the World Cup 2018 in London at your local Barrio - with fresh street food, cocktails and music until late alongside the footie on a big screen.
Get down to Pop Brixton, where you can watch every minute of the World Cup across huge screens, complete with a plethora of delicious street food traders and an energetic atmosphere.