Where to watch the AFL Grand Final in London

If you’re looking for the best places to watch the AFL Grand Final in London, we’ve got you covered. Taking place from the mighty MCG on Saturday 1st October, those who’d rather skip the 23-hour flight can still savour the big match atmosphere at one of the many bars showing the Grand Final in the capital. Read on for our recommended picks, and enjoy Australia’s showcase sporting event in comfort and style.

Last updated on 30th September 2016

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The Grand

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The Grand
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With a 40sq metre screen (yep, seriously) beaming out the action, you’ll soon forget you’re 10,500 miles away from Melbourne when you’re watching at the Clapham Grand. It’s the largest screen in the UK, and comes complemented by six other massive plasma TVs. Join Clapham’s sizable Aussie contingent and savour a raucous big game atmosphere.

Drinkonomical £

Jetlag Bar

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Another of London’s leading sports bars will have the Grand Final covered from all angles this year. Spreading out across two floors, you’ll find 10 screens dotted about the venue, with an enormous 15ft cinema screen to cap things off. There’s an international food menu fit for a champion, a global array of craft beers and, in the Lotus Lounge, there’s a fantastic private space for your own intimate Grand Final party.

Happily Affordable ££

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