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

Last updated on 4th October 2022




The Jolly Gardeners

197 user reviews 4

A lovely, local pub over in Putney, The Jolly Gardeners is a popular spot for relaxed drinks and hearty roasts. But it's also a great place for watching sports, as it boasts numerous screens showing the fixtures, as well as a lively atmosphere come game days.

For those World Cup 2022 antics with your closest pals, head along to Pizza Pilgrims. Touting venues across the city, from City to West India Quay, these watering holes are sure to impress with football-ready projector screens and unlimited pizza slices. You won't want to miss out on this.

The Prince Albert

16 user reviews 4

The Prince Albert is a lovely pub in Notting Hill that's going to be showing all of the action throughout the World Cup tournament. Settle in for a day watching the matches, while draught beers, cocktails and tasty scran will be on the go.

Hope & Anchor

235 user reviews 4

Sometimes finding the best spot to watch The World Cup can be pretty time-consuming. Luckily, Hope & Anchor in Brixton has got you sorted. Boasting over 20 screens to catch all the action, along with a private hut for those seeking VIP treatment, this hotspot won't disappoint.

Alwyne Castle

25 user reviews 4

Being close to Highbury Fields and the Emirates Stadium, The Alwyne Castle knows all about getting into the football spirit - and the 2022 FIFA World Cup is no exception. Settle down in front of the screens and roaring open fire here, with a pint in-hand.

Football pub White Horse Beckenham is sure to show all the greatest World Cup 2022 fixtures, including England games and any huge draws. See all the thrills and spills of the tournament across the screens, all while tucking into bottomless pizza brunches, affordable lunches or a bottomless pizza brunch.

Hawkins Forge

2 user reviews 5

Found over in Battersea, Hawkins Forge is a cool pub for an afternoon sipping and eating. But if you're wondering where to watch the World Cup in South London? It boasts plenty of screens, where you can while away the hours watching the games.

The Lyttelton Arms Camden

35 user reviews 5

The Lyttelton Arms is a Camden staple, with a contemporary boozer aesthetic and a fantastic selection of grub up for grabs, from burgers and chicken through to fish and chips. And when the World Cup is on, you can bet that this pub will be absolutely buzzing.

To catch all the England fixtures at the 2022 World Cup, look no further than The Prince of Wales Brixton. This cool venue boasts a huge LED screen to catch all the action on, alongside a lineup of stadium-inspired street food to keep you fed.

The Crown and Anchor

1 user review 5

When you're after relaxed football pubs showing the World Cup in West London, Chiswick's The Crown and Anchor is coming in hot with a combo of premium drinks, period features, plenty of screens and sociable sharing platters. Make this your next pick for the England draw.

The Goat

11 user reviews 5

The Goat is a quirky watering hole conveniently located in Clapham Junction, one where wood-panelling, copper work, marble tables, mis-matched chairs and artwork combine to create a unique atmosphere. Plus, the booze is flowing and there's pub grub aplenty to keep you feeling refreshed throughout.

Struggling to find somewhere to watch the World Cup? Well, Sports Bar & Grill really has it all - not only are there screens at nearly every corner and at tables, but this joint slings out a fantastic menu of food. So, head on over, grab yourself a table and let the games unfold in front of you.

Royal Standard Blackheath

27 user reviews 5

Royal Standard Blackheath is tucked between the leafy suburbs of Blackheath and Greenwich Park. While this pub might date back to the 1800s, it's screens for watching the footie are anything but old. Better yet, they're supplying the gut-busting burgers you'll need to fuel up.

East Putney Tavern

227 user reviews 4

World Cup screenings in South London are made 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.

The North Star

12 user reviews 4

Boasting numerous big screens, a banging selection of mouthwatering grub and an epic range of boozy beverages, The North Star is the place to go to watch the footie. And when the World Cup is on, you can expect an unbeatable game day atmosphere.

Drapers Arms

1 user review 4

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Ealing boozer Drapers Arms boasts everything sports and live music you could ever need, alongside a sumptuous British menu for keeping you fed. To top it off, you'll be pairing your World Cup screenings with top-drawer real ales, premium lager and more. 

Great Guns Social

124 user reviews 5

Want to watch all the action while chowing down on tasty bites and soaking up drinks south of the river? 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 season.

The Commercial

0 user reviews 4

The Commercial at Herne Hill is a football pub at heart, so you know the punters are taking their games seriously here. To top it off? you'll be knocking back pints and munching through mouthwatering meals throughout, thanks to the menus here. 

Green Goose

276 user reviews 5

Located in Bow, Green Goose is a traditional pub that will be joining in with the World Cup fun. Head over to East London to find cosy corners and a quaint garden that's great for alfresco beers and homely food dishes.

When in need of outdoor bars showing the World Cup in London, look no further than The Brixton Courtyard. While better known for its party antics and drag bingo, this place sure knows how to put on an event once the biggest sporting feats of the year roll round.

For all your football viewing pleasures, you'll definitely want to check out Toca Social's lineup of events. You and the gang can book a private box, so you can tip back on buckets of Moretti while enjoying some scrumptious game food.

The Volunteer

6 user reviews 4

If you're on the hunt for fabulous World Cup haunts, check out The Volunteer. Settle into the cosy boozer and catch every minute of the same as you munch on the likes of cheeseburgers, Korean fried chicken or calamari strips, alongside freshly pulled pints and a buzzing ambience. 

If you're after plenty of pints of Guinness, gut-bustin' burgers, a smattering of screens across all venues or bottomless pizza brunches while you watch, then O'Neill's London pubs are some of the best places to catch the World Cup 2022. Head down to find out what we're talking about.

Phoenix Windsor Walk

3 user reviews 5

Nestled on Denmark Hill, Phoenix Windsor Walk is set to be a popular spot come the World Cup. It boasts colourful murals and plenty of space for all of you sports fans, as well as juicy burgers, succulent chicken dishes and hearty roasts to keep you comfortably stuffed throughout.

When it comes to World Cup viewing experiences, talkSPORT Fan Zone is a top-notch choice. Make your way to Leake Street Arches in Waterloo, where you'll be able to find plenty of commentary from best-loved names, Q&A sessions with football experts and huge HD screens.

The Albany

23 user reviews 4

In need of a first-class venue to catch all the footie action? Then head to The Albany on Great Portland Street. Not only does this haunt have plenty of screens dotted about, but it also has a large projector and plenty of lip-smacking brews on tap.