Where To Watch The World Cup Final in London

Full listings will appear in March 2018.

The World Cup Final. The biggest game in football, bar none. Only a select few are lucky enough to play in such a game, but for spectators once every four years, it's a few hours of complete and utter drama. London has some amazing spots to watch the football, whether it be trendy little pubs, or bars booming out the action on big screens. For the biggest game, you want to be watching it in the perfect location. Have a read through our recommended list of places to watch the World Cup Final in London - but wherever you decide to watch it, we can guarantee it will be absolutely epic.

Soho Zebrano

487 user reviews 4

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Watch the nail-biting World Cup final at Zebrano showcasing the game on 13 large screens throughout the venue! The unique decorations, inventive menus from each nation in Brazil and a lively Soho crowd will make for a buzzing atmosphere. There's also the chance to grab a gourmet burger and a pint for just £8!


22 user reviews 4

Join Anise in Liverpool Street and cheer both teams on the big screens in the comfort of your own booth! Each package option provides you with a selection of drinks and food so you can settle in and focus on the finale. Packages are available to groups of 10 or more and range from between £20 per person to £35 per person.

The Old Frizzle

221 user reviews 4

With huge projector screens, indulgent World Cup-inspired burgers and buckets of beer; The Old Frizzle is tailor made for the World Cup Final. There's always a lively atmosphere to enjoy inside this charismatic Wimbledon boozer, and drop by during the finale to find the venue in its element. Perfect for no-nonsense enjoyment alongside your mates – why not book your own table or area?

Nordic Bar

299 user reviews 4

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Soho fans' favourite Nordic will show the World Cup Final on their three big screens across the venue this summer. They'll throw in not one but two happy hours to significantly reduce any feelings of tension, and there's ping pong and foosball tables to keep you occupied in the build-up and at half time.

Piccadilly Institute

156 user reviews 3

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The West End's renowned venue Piccadilly Institute is sure to attract a buzzing, international crowd of revellers coming together for a love of football this Sunday. The super-club will have TVs and a projector showing the big game across all of its eclectic party rooms. They'll also be running their famous happy hours from 5-9pm, a number of private hire packages and a lively party once the action is done and dusted.