Where To Watch The World Cup 2026 In London

From London's liveliest World Cup fan zones to heated beer gardens and football bars, we've handpicked the best London places showing the action so you can cheer your team on and celebrate with a cracking atmosphere. Whether you're here to catch England or root for the underdogs, this collection of events, pubs and bars showing the 2026 FIFA World Cup on their big screens is your go-to list.

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Last updated on 7th June 2023

O'Neill's - Pubs In London

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.


Where to watch the World Cup in the UK? Head to Skylight's Tobacco Dock outpost for brilliant screenings with a world-class sound system and 5m cinematic LED screens, while at the Peckham branch there will be a similarly fantastic vibe with TV screens and delish drinks.

Brixton Jamm

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.

The Albany

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. 

The North Star

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.

The Goat

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.

Royal Standard Blackheath

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.

The Commercial

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. 


Falcon is a proper ol' pub fronting a display of flags behind the bar, plenty of screens and traditional interiors. If that wasn't enough to attract you down to the friendly spot come your team's FIFA World Cup screenings, then maybe the delish British dishes will seal the deal.

Bubba Oasis

Friendly rooftop spot Bubba Oasis are bringing their usual, lively atmosphere to this year's World Cup, promising a stunning, heated outdoor space with a big screen to catch all the action. Not only that, but there's delish finger food and drinks.