Located just minutes from Tooting Bec station, The Wheatsheaf is the perfect place for everything from after-work drinks, to a Sunday roast and, of course, watching live sports. With delicious food and a fabulous selection of real ales, you can dig into a proper feast as you watch all the action.
British & Irish Lions Tour 2025: Where To Watch The Rugby In London
Rugby is kind of a big deal amongst us Brits so if you're wanting to watch the tour this summer, you won't have to look far to find some great bars in the city that will be screening it. If you prefer to watch your games in a cosy environment, there's plenty of rugby pubs in the city that will be screening the matches. Check out our top tip-offs on where to watch the British & Irish Lions Rugby in London.
Wondering where to watch all the rugby fixtures? If you find yourself in Walthamstow, The Chequers is a solid bet. Not only does it sport a number of big screens, but it also pours up local ales and offers cheesy pizzas to tuck into at half time.
No stone is left unturned at The Mere Scribbler in South London. The venue caters for a wide range of different tastes, boasting a drinks menu of craft beers, international wines, local ales and classic cocktails. Best of all, the team will be up bright and early this month, showing every minute of the Lions Tour on one of their huge screen TVs.
When it comes to places screening the rugby in London, Tottenham's The Beehive is a great shout. The col pub has a tonne of board games and a darts board to keep you entertained at half time, as well as a sheltered beer garden if you fancy getting some sun.
Located not far from Chalk Farm tube station, The Enterprise is a great place to watch the British & Irish Lions fixtures as they show all major sporting events on their screens and serve up delicious pub classics to fuel you through them.
Catch the rugby union action when the British & Irish Lions head on tour to Australia, all while enjoying the comfort of plush leather seating and swish industrial interiors at The Earlsfield on Garratt Lane. Better yet, there's plenty of grub and refreshing pints to wolf down too.