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.
Where To Watch The Champions League Final
It's been a long and winding road to Madrid, but finally we're there. As Tottenham and Liverpool put their final preparations together for the biggest match in European club football this June 1st, 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.
Not keen? Check out some more football pubs in London.
Located on Tottenham Court Road this sports-mad boozer offers the perfect place to catch all the Champions League Action with a pint in one hand and a juicy burger in the other.
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 Tottenham Vs Liverpool 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.
If you want an idea of how serious the Clapham North is about its sport, you only have to visit. With big screens and a mega atmosphere, this South London pub is bringing the madness of Madrid to you.
For all the footie mad, Belushi's in Camden has got you covered. The sports bar keeps the party going long after you've finished watching on one of the many screens dotted around the venue, with beer pong, DJs and even competitions -get tickets here.
Summer drinks, street food stall and serious footie action, all under one roof? Head to Dinerama in Shoreditch to watch the powerhouses that are Tottenham and Liverpool go head to head in the Champions League final.
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.