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 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 boozer, head on over and cheer for your favourite team.

Last updated on 9th September 2022




The Lock Inn

3 user reviews 5

Serving up wood-fired slices and refreshing craft beer, The Lock Inn is a great little pub to settle into during the World Cup games. Enjoy cheering on your favourite team while munching on pizzas, burgers and bar snacks.

Green Goose

276 user reviews 5

Tucked away in Bow, this dog-friendly place will be screening a majority of the football matches. Grab a spot in the cosy boozer, work your way through the 10 keg lines, or take your pick from the superb cocktail list. We recommend a classic old fashioned.

Hawkins Forge

2 user reviews 5

A cosy Battersea boozer with stylish decor, a cracking menu of British grub and an excellent selection of drinks, Hawkins Forge is a great spot for watching football. So, when the World Cup is on? It's the perfect place to catch all the fixtures.

Alwyne Castle

25 user reviews 4

Alwyne Castle is an Islington boozer where pints go hand-in-hand with football spirit. From the distinctly traditional feel to plenty of TVs and a classic pub grub menu, this place is sure to make you feel right at home come the World Cup screenings.

The Goat

11 user reviews 5

If you're after a pub near Clapham Junction for watching the football, then The Goat is your best bet. Not only to they have classic British dishes galore, all washed down with pints, to make you feel at home, but also a killer atmosphere.

If you're after place to watch the World Cup 2022 in London, O'Neill's pubs are exactly where to head. Think big screens, plenty of pints of Guinness and bottomless pizza brunches to keep you fed or watered throughout.

Hope & Anchor

235 user reviews 4

Hope & Anchor is showing all the football games in their gorgeous space. Not only do they have inside, outside and private seating to catch all the action, but they also offer a lip-smacking drinks menu and a boot-load of burgers, pizzas and pub classics to soak up the bevvies.

The Albany

23 user reviews 4

Situated on Great Portland Street, The Albany is an ideal boozer to catch every boot of the ball during the 2022 World Cup. Grab your closest pals, where you'll be able to watch the games on the big screen, all while delving into hearty fare or lip-smacking beers.

Royal Standard Blackheath

27 user reviews 5

Blackheath's Royal Standard is a fine example of a football pub. It dates back to the 1800s and has noticeable period features, fronting a deep love of the beautiful game for all that time. The current venue continues the trend with its World Cup screenings, alongside the finest ales and beer.

The Prince Albert

16 user reviews 4

The Prince Albert, a fabulous Notting Hill pub, will be making sure you don't miss a single ounce of the action by screening the games across its TVs. Grab yourself a prime spot and scoff down a load of tasty eats, courtesy of Ruby Jean's Burgers, The Marvellous Pub Grub Co. and many more.

Located in Notting Hill, Cock and Bottle is a great spot to grab a beer with pals all while catching the footie action. Be sure to support your team in its traditional space, adorned with HD screens and a plethora of cosy corners. Hungry? It has plenty of hearty fare on offer too.

The Jolly Gardeners

197 user reviews 4

A warm, welcoming venue over in Putney, The Jolly Gardeners is a much-loved pub with cute interiors and a scrumptious menu of hearty grub. But on game days, this place has a lively atmosphere, with craft beer and artisan spirits to enjoy in front of the big screen.

One place that blows it out of the water on match days is Sports Bar & Grill over in Victoria Station. This joint is home to a huge number of large HD LED screens, all of which will be showing the World Cup games. Head on over to watch the game with great food and delicious drinks to hand.

The Temperance, Fulham

74 user reviews 4

Whether you're with one pal or the whole gang, The Temperance is the ideal pub for watching football. They've got plenty of plasma screens scattered throughout the venue, as well as a wide selection of soft drinks, beer and cocktails. 

The Crown and Anchor

1 user review 5

Chiswick's The Crown and Anchor is a relaxed boozer where all your World Cup needs are met, and then some. Expect a smattering of TV screens, the finest ales or beer, and a varied pub menu to make sure you keep in high spirits. 

The Market Tavern

3 user reviews 5

Did you know that you can watch the World Cup right in the heart of Mayfair? Whether you're after a private room for work drinks, or looking to reserve the upstairs bar with a bunch of friends, there are plenty of packages to suit you, as well as sumptuous scran to match.

The North Star

12 user reviews 4

One of Ealing's most favourite pubs, The North Star, will be showing the World Cup matches in its quirky venue. While you soak up all of the action, make sure to check out the drool-inducing food menu and thirst-quenching selection of libations.

De Hems Dutch Cafe Bar

15 user reviews 4

Soho's De Hems Dutch Cafe Bar is the ideal place to watching in the World Cup 2022 near the West End, so you can be right in the thick of it for any celebrations afterwards. Boasting a stellar atmosphere and a sports-mad history, this place won't let you down. 

Drapers Arms

1 user review 4

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Ealing High Street's Drapers Arms are regular Sky Sports screeners and purveyors of live music, so it's no surprise that they'll be putting on a show come the World Cup. Expect to sip through premium drinks while enjoying the best of a British pub on a big football game day.

Tokenhouse

150 user reviews 4

Moorgate's Tokenhouse is a contemporary city pub screening all of the must-see World Cup action this summer. With vintage furniture, plenty of seating, cask ales, and cocktails, this London boozer is the perfect escape for ninety minutes of drama-packed football.

The Lyttelton Arms Camden

35 user reviews 5

A cosy pub in Camden showing the World Cup games, The Lyttelton Arms is sure to be popular throughout the season. Make yourself at home in front of one of the screens, with a range of tasty refreshments to keep you fuelled through all the action.

The Commercial

0 user reviews 4

While it's the array of screens and fantastic coverage that may first attract you to football pub, The Commercial, it's the venue's food menu that will have you coming back for more when you next want to catch a World Cup game. Think huge burgers and other British pub grub.

Although known for its fabulous array of live entertainment, The Althorp is also a great spot to watch the World Cup. Touting a selection of screens in its space decked out with leather armchairs and exposed brick walls, it's no wonder why this Wandsworth spot is a local favourite.

Brixton's Prince of Wales is a party palace at heart and, thanks to their 2 by 3m screen, a great pub for watching the 2022 World Cup in London too. Head over for all of the home nations' games, all enjoyed while sipping cocktails and glugging pints.

The Volunteer

6 user reviews 4

Boasting a menu of cheeseburgers, Korean fried chicken and calamari strips, The Volunteer is a great place to watch all the World Cup action go down. Enjoy munching on delish eats and sipping on freshly pulled pints all while keeping your eyes glued to the screen.