Kenza isn't just an amazing place to enjoy cocktails and Lebanese dishes, they are also showing all the World Cup games. Prepare to watch all the thrills and heartbreak in a place with an amazing atmosphere.
Where To Watch the World Cup 2022
Discover where to watch the World Cup 2022 in London! We pick out the best London bars and pubs showing the Football World Cup 2022 so you can cheer your team on and celebrate with a cracking atmosphere! From large screenings to pubs and bars showing the football World Cup on their big screens, this is your guide for watching the World Cup 2022 in London.
One of the best places in London to catch the World Cup 2018, this friendly local pub in Crystal Palace offers giant screens, tasty grub and a giant beer garden for sunning yourself between halves.
Catch the World Cup at The Rose Pub if you want excellently prepared meals, cocktails, beer and wine, a village pub friendliness and all the games played on their screens.
Bringing you all the action from the World Cup 2018, not to mention so great grub, tasty cocktails and picturesque views over Paddington basin, Lockhouse is one of the best bars in London to watch the football this summer.
Horse and Stables is a great place to watch the World Cup in London, delivering not just screens showing all the action and a great atmosphere, but friendly service, delicious traditional food, and real ales.
It's not just golf, Swingers West End are also passionate about football, in particular, the world cup. Catch all the action in one of their private rooms, with nourishment coming from Patty & Bun and Breddos Tacos - and after you can even have a go on the wacky course.
For one of the best places to watch the world cup 2018 in London, head to this great German-inspired bar near Liverpool Street for beers, bratwurst and full coverage of all the football action.
Watch the World Cup at Camino and you won't just get to catch all the action on their amazing screens, but you'll get to do it while feasting on gorgeous tapas and delicious drinks too. You can catch them at Kings Cross, Monument, and Shoreditch too.
Looking for great drinks and a big screen to watch the World Cup in London? Ten Bells are here for you with a great range of gins, beers and wines, an extremely friendly atmosphere, and a spot near their huge screen just for you.
Giving you that competitive edge, the London Shuffle Club is back in Shoreditch with more shuffling, pizza and cocktails, as well plenty of World Cup 2018 coverage.
The Running Horse in Aldgate has got you covered when it comes to catching the World Cup 2018 in the City. Head over for pints of fresh tank Truman beers, British bar snacks and unbeatable atmosphere.
When you're not partying hard at Tiger Tiger, you can catch the World Cup action on their screens. The spot will beaming it onto large screens in their restaurant and bar area - so you won't go hungry!
Located in Bow, Green Goose is a traditional and pretty pub that will be joining in with the World Cup fun. Head over to East London to find this cosy gem, which also has a great list of beers and homely food dishes.
It might be better known as a foodie destination but Balls Brothers Shoe Lane is also screening the World Cup action. The bar and restaurant will be going all football-mad alongside plate of British fare and a long list of fine wines.
World cup watching in South London is all the more easy at East Putney Tavern, the all-day pub and restaurant that is pimping up the footie with bottomless beer, an extensive gin collection and a scrumptious British menu.
One of the best bars in London to watch the world cup, whether you're sunning yourself in the garden, or sheltering inside from the inevitable rain, there's not an inch of this Battersea pub where you won't be able to watch the football.
For internationally-inspired cuisine, a great beer selection and a top notch view of the football, head to this cool Southwark pub for all your World Cup needs this week.
When it comes to watching the World Cup in London, there's nothing quite like a private space. Escape the loud punters, forget queing for a drink at the bar and don't worry about trying to find a spot to sit, as all this is taken care of at Inamo's private Games Room.
This summer, World Cup fever has hit Brixton, as this Pop-ular village spot will be screening each match across live screens. Expect the usual buzzing atmosphere, tasty street food and cocktails to boot.
Make sure you watch the World Cup at the Horse and Groom, where you can eat great burgers, drink excellent craft beers and cocktails, and absorb one of the best atmospheres with an amazing sound system.