Whether you're watching the Lionessses, 2023 Rugby World Cup, Six Nations, Super Bowl or the Euros, here are London's best sports bars, big screens and pubs to catch a game or a match.

1 Peckham Levels

With six 70-inch TV screens dotted around in the bar area, food court and event spaces playing major competitions on Sky Sports and BT Sports, Peckham Levels is for casual, informal viewing sessions. Look out for food and drink packages, or just refuel as you go at one of the on-site food vendors selling the likes of Korean fried chicken, pizza and loaded fries. 

Address: Centre Carpark, F1-F6, 95A Rye Lane SE15 4ST

Website: peckhamlevels.org

2 Clapham Grand, Clapham 

Fringy, queer and fun, this comedy and variety theatre regularly sets up several big screens for major sporting competitions for UK and England games, across its three levels.  

Address: 21-25, St John's Hill SW11 1TT

Website: claphamgrand.com

3 Bluebird, Chelsea 

Adding a touch of class to your spectator sports action, Bluebird will hoick up a big screen on its terrace for summer competitions and Wimbledon. While you watch, graze on European-inspired dishes and a couple of expertly mixed drinks.  

Address: 350 King's Road SW3 5UU

Website: bluebird-restaurant.co.uk

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4 Gibney’s, Shoredtich 

A lower ground Irish bar in buzzy Shoreditch found under Daffodil Mulligan Restaurant in Old Street. Set up by a team whose experience spans Sea Containers and Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill, this place is good for comedy nights or catching a match over some sublime bar snacks.  

Address: 70 City Road EC1Y 2BJ

Website: gibneyslondon.com


5 Ganymede, Belgravia 

The bustling Belgravia neighbourhood bar and dining room screens the big sporting events, and will put on special match day menus to go with it – think elevated burgers and bar snacks to go with your pints and fuel you on while you barrack for your team.  

Address: 139 Ebury Street SW1W 9QU

Website: ganymedelondon.co.uk 

6 Goldwood Sports Pub and Kitchen, Bank 

A spacious sports bar in the city that comes with 20 screens, two of which are giant. Catch a game any day of the week and feast on craft beers, cocktails and American-style pub grub of the likes of burgers, subs and pizzas. 

Address: 30 Old Jewry EC2R 8DQ 

Website: goldwoodsportspub.com 

7 Television Centre, White City 

West London destination, the Television Centre often screens summer games on the big screen, outdoors and for free, so go bags a deck chair. Local restaurants such as The Broadcaster, Kricket, BlueBird, Flying Horse Coffee and Patty & Bun are on hand to provide their crowd favourite hero dishes.  

Address: 101 Wood Lane W12 7FW 

Website: televisioncentre.com 

8 Bat & Ball, Stratford 

With 23 screens in the joint, you're not going to miss a minute of any match at Bat & Ball, Westfield Stratford City's table tennis bar. Sprawling across three floors, you've got five ping pong tables, interactive darts, pool tables and karaoke to keep you entertained as well. A wide selection of food is available, so order yourself a stein and get amongst it.  

Address: 2 Montfichet Road Westfield E20 1EJ 

Website: thebatandball.com 

9 Hackney Bridge, Hackney Wick 

Catch the action on the four-metre screen while you relax on the canal-side grass with family and friends in the heart of buzzy Hackney Wick. Hackney Bridge will supply all the food and drink, from its bar and selection of food vendors, including pizza, bao buns and gyoza.  

Address: Units 1-28, Echo Building, East Bay Lane E15 2SJ 

Website: hackneybridge.org 

10 BOXPARK, Wembley, Croydon & Shoreditch 

Across its venues, BOXPARK screens most major competitions in an informal and convivial atmosphere. Each location comes with large HD screens, plenty of outdoor seating and street food options galore 

Address: Wembley Park, Wembley HA9 0JT; 99 George Street, Croydon CR0 1LD; 2-10 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6GY 

Website: boxpark.co.uk 

11 Brigadiers, the City 

For a rather decadent sporting experience, you can create your own private screening event in one of Brigadiers’ three private rooms, or cheer along with the masses in Blighters. Order from the a la carte menu or indulge in a set menu.  

Address: 1-5 Bloomberg Arcade EC4N 8AR  

Website: brigadierslondon.com 

12 The Hat & Tun, Farringdon 

A traditional British pub, the Hat and Tun screens major competitions and the horses. There's a free shuffleboard too should your team play poorly.   

Address: 3 Hatton Wall, Farringdon EC1N 8HX 

Website: thehatandtun.com 

13 Greenwood, Redwood & Westwood, Victoria, London Bridge & Shepherd’s Bush 

Greenwood Sports Pub & Kitchen in Victoria has spawned a couple of sister pubs over the last couple of years – Redwood in London Bridge and Westwood in Shepherd’s Bush. Big on sport, they each have plenty of screens, with outdoor screens on the terrace at Redwood, located just by The Shard. 

Address: 170 Victoria Street SW1E 5LB; London Bridge Station SE1 9SP; Westfield Square W12 7HB 

Website: greenwoodlondon.com; redwoodsportspub.com; westwoodsportspub.com 

14 The Temperance, Fulham 

The Temperance is a great pub for sports fans – a gathering spot for boat race fans, the rugby crowd and the Euros crew too. In fact, The Temperance, just o the north side of Putney Bridge, screens every football match from Premier League to FA Cup, all shown on top-range plasma screens dotted around the pub and above the bar. 

Address: 90 Fulham High Street SW6 3LF 

Website: craft-pubs.co.uk 

15 Big Penny Social, Walthamstow 

Apparently the UK’s biggest beer hall, the Big Penny Social on Walthamstow’s Blackhorse Road Beer Mile is a sprawling 6,500 square foot event space and brewery that hosts things like sports games, comedy nights and flea markets. The outdoor seating area is also huge.  

Address: 1 Priestley Way, Walthamstow E17 6AL 

Website: bigpennysocial.co.uk

16 Hope & Anchor, Brixton 

Enjoy a private screening experience with friends by booking one of the 13 heated garden huts at Brixton’s Hope & Anchor, suitable for groups between 10-25 people. Failing this, perch in front of one of the 24 screens dotted across the pub, or book out the fan zone upstairs for up to 150 people. meaning you can get a front row seat to the action in most spots.  

Address: 123 Acre Lane, Brixton SW2 5UA 

Website: hopeandanchorbrixton.co.uk

17 Skylight Tobacco Dock, Wapping 

This east London sky bar comes with fantastic views of the city, and a packed events programme. It regularly screens sporting competitions on multiple large high-res screens, and serves up discounted pints and street food while it’s at it. Also catch a game at Skylight's sister location in Peckham.

Address: Tobacco Dock, London E1W 2SF

Website: skylightbars.com

18 Pub on the Park, London Fields 

In prime position looking across the happenings of London Fields, this party pub has a covered outdoor area and a park-side terrace for sports watching, as well as TVs indoors in case the weather turns.  

Address: 19 Martello Street, Hackney E8 3PE 

Website: pubonthepark.com 

19 The Prince, West Brompton 

The sprawling west London boozer screen rugby, football, tennis, you name it, on the its huge screens. There’s as line up of street food style fare and plenty of drinks on tap. Look out of match-inspired dishes and book ahead.  

Address: 14 Lillie Road, SW6 1TT

Website: theprincelondon.com

20 TOCA Social, Greenwich 

Part restaurant, part immersive digital football game, TOCA Social near The O2 screens the big football games on its big screen, for even more football. Try your luck on one of the games during half time or after the match. 

Address: Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX

Website: toca.social

21 The Faltering Fullback, Finsbury Park

A Irish rugby pub found in the back waters of Finsbury Park, The Faltering Fullback has a Thai kitchen and bucketloads of neighbourhood boozer charm. 

Address: 19 Perth Road, Finsbury Park N4 3HB

Website: falteringfullback.com

22 Valderrama's, Islington 

Named after the 90s Colombian footballer, this vintage look bar serves Around The Cluck fried chicken by chef James Cochran (1251 and ex-The Ledbury), frozen margaritas and Beavertown beers. 

Address: 163 Upper Street, Islington N1 1US

Website: valderramas.co.uk