If you want an idea of how serious the Clapham North is about its sport, just head to one of their Sports Day Parties, where everybody gets dressed up and there's prizes for the best costumes. Head round for drinks, tasty pub grub and a lively yet friendly gameday ambience.
Where To Watch The Champions League Final
It's been a long and winding road to Berlin, but finally we're there. As Barcelona and Juventus put their final preparations together for the biggest match in European club football, we've been equally meticulous in our search for the best places to watch the Champions League Final in London. Weather you're looking for a raucous, bouncing atmosphere or would prefer a cosy corner where you can enjoy the match with some fine food and drink; we've got you covered. Here's our recommended list of pubs showing the Champions League Final.
Pop inside The Cross Keys any given day of the week and you'll likely find some kind of live sport on the box. Tennis, rugby and cricket are regular fixtures, but it's the football that really gets this lively West London crowd going. Head over early for a good view, with great food and exceptional Fuller's ales on tap.
Table Football isn't really a hobby here, it's more of a fully fledged sport in its own right. Renowned as one of the best bars for football in Shoreditch, Bar Kick brings an eclectic crowd together to watch the big games in their buzzing basement space.
This fun and friendly pub is the perfect spot to watch the Champions League final in London, with delicious beers, affordable wines, and even a cocktail or two if you're feeling fancy. And alongside their delicious updated-classic-pub-menu, they'll be showing all the action.
A mainstay at the top of many of our football guides, Belushi's is surely the best place to watch the football in London Bridge. Find your way downstairs to The Dugout, a space devoted to sport where footie fans gather to watch the matches on TVs and large projector screens. Get comfy and enjoy the action in a lively atmosphere, with great service ensuring the beers, wines and sharing platters flow freely. Enjoy some beer pong after the match.
This Scandinavian basement bar offers a buoyant matchday atmosphere to Soho's sports fans. There's a continental choice of food, Nordic cocktails and four large screens to watch Barcelona v Juventus in stunning definition. There's ping pong tables for before and after, and don't forget to ask about their Sport & Snack packages for the full viewing experience.
Proudly parading Fulham as “a venue that fulfils your dreams in televised sport”, the Famous Three Kings is a devoted sports bar always packed out with a vivacious crowd come matchday. Pop over for the Barcelona – Juventus clash and savour this unique atmosphere.
One of Clapham's favourite party bars is also a massive hotspot for the football, as a lively crowd of South London revellers converge. Beaming out the action from Berlin on two giant HD screens, there's copius amounts of beer, food and a large outdoor space to chill in beforehand.
Get set to watch the biggest match in European club football, as Belushi's bars across London bring you all the live action on huge screens. Bring your mates and make the most of the Badass Burgers, beer bucket offers and extended happy hour deals.
Leafy and quaint though this North London boozer might seem, there's actually a pumping atmosphere to immerse yourself in when the big games roll around. There's an eclectic bunch of fans in attendance, and a fine choice of beers to keep those fluids up.
Two floors, ten TVs and a 15ft cinema screen with an HD projector; it's nigh on impossible to miss a kick at Jetlag. The craft beer flows and there's all kinds of sliders to have a nibble at, and this popular Fitzrovia sports bar will be laying on a package to ensure you can watch the Champions League Final in comfort and style.
Always rammed with a crowd of footie fanatics, Sports Bar & Grill is up there with the best showing the final if you're Marylebone way. There's bookable tables, meaning there's no danger of having to crane your neck and peer over a sea of fans from the back if you book in advance.