Watch the World Cup in style at this Westminster-based public house. Pull up a plush chair, chill out in the garden, or book a spot in front one of their TVs and get in on all the action this season.
Top Pubs Showing The World Cup In London
It's nearly time for the talking to stop and the action to get underway. The World Cup is one of the most eagerly anticipated sporting events of recent years, but have you thought about where you're going to watch the heralded games yet? Here's our selection of the best pubs showing the World Cup 2022 in London for you to peruse; so pick out your favourite, head on over and get behind the boys, any of the boys - if you shout loud enough they might even hear you. Maybe.
Head to Crystal Palace for one of the top pubs showing the World Cup in London. With giant screens, delicious food and a giant garden area, you'll be all set to settle back and enjoy the game.
East London bar Abbey is making sure you don't miss out on a minute of action as they screen all the World Cup action. Step in the City bar for a buzzing atmosphere, icy pints of larger, and crowd-pleasing meals such as burgers.
Did you know that you can watch the World Cup right in the heart of Mayfair? Whether you're after a private room for after work drinks, or looking to reserve the upstairs bar with a bunch of friends, there are plenty of packages to suit you.
Head to Southward for a top-notch World Cup experience. This gorgeous pub not only brings you all the action from Russia, but also great food and drink to wash it down with.
Get stuck into the Rose Pub's World Cup offering, showing all the games, boasting amazing food, beers, cocktails and an amazing outside area, you'll struggle to get a better pub atmosphere.
Moorgate's Tokenhouse is a contemporary city pub screening all of must-see the World Cup action this summer. With vintage furniture, plenty of seating, cask ales, and cocktails, this London pub is the perfect escape for ninety minutes of drama-packed football.
Catch all the World Cup action at the Horse and Stables, the traditional family run pub offering up quirky interiors, a friendly atmosphere, and a cracking selection of food and beer, all while showing everything on their screens.
Looking for somewhere to watch the World Cup in West London? The Rising Sun in Twickenham has got you covered, and when you're not staring at the screen, there's a lovely beer garden.
Serving Truman's fresh tank beer only moments from Aldgate Station, The Running Horse has got you covered when you're in the mood for a quick pint and catching the World Cup 2018.
Ever popular Balls Brothers Shoe Lane is getting footie mad with the rest of them this Football World Cup. The swanky brasserie is screening the important matches, while offering their British fare and renowned cocktails and wine selection.
Take a seat at one of the Pavilion End's big wooden tables, with a pint from their extensive beer menu, and enjoy the World Cup games from one of their screens. With even a 3D TV on hand, this proper London pub makes a great choice for watching England compete this summer.
Tucked away in Bow, this dog-friendly boozer will be screening the majority of the action of the 2018 Fifa World Cup. Grab a spot in the cosy watering hole, work your way through the 10 keg lines, and take your pick from the superb cocktail list.
If you're watching the World Cup in this pub, you're in for a treat. Not only do they have great cocktails, craft beers, and burgers, but as they're known for their massive DJ nights, you'll get a great atmosphere and sound system too.
If you like the idea of a pop-up pub in a club, then head to Inferno's for Zlatan's World Cup, in honour of the infamous Swedish striker. Prepare yourself for a stadium-like atmosphere, good old-fashioned football chants and a massive HD screen with cinematic sound.