Where to watch the World Cup in London

Book a table or an area at one of these bars in London to watch the World Cup 2018

The World Cup has finally made its way around again, and although it’ll be taking place in Russia this year, loads of bars in London will be showing all the action unfold. If you’re planning on supporting your team through it all, make sure you check out our recommendations on where to book for the best seats in the house in London.

Piano Works and Studio 88 for football fun and live music

They've mad a name for themselves as amazing underground live music bars, but what Piano Works and Studio 88 have decided to do to help us celebrate the world cup is to play live renditions of all your favourite football songs (like "We're on the Ball") before and after you watch the game on one of many screens dotted around the bars. Request you favourite footy songs whilst smashing down a burger, fries and a drink or 5. 

They've got LOADS of food and drink packages available as well. Grab a Burger, Fries and a bottle of Bud for just £10 at Piano Works, or a Chilli Dog, Fries and a bottle of Bud for just £10 at Studio 88. If going large (who isn't?!) then order 'The Yellow Card' or 'The Red Card' for unlimited house wine (yellow card) or buds (red card) along with burgers, chilli dogs and fries whilst you watch. 

Sounds like a winner to us. Pre-book now to avoid missing out. 

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Where better to watch the Fifa World Cup than Broadleaf? Book a table in their premium sports lounge which has LOADS of TVs, bookable seating to watch the games, and a shuffleboard table if watching the football gets a little too much.

Whilst you’re there, make sure that you try some of their amazing food a drink. Cheer on your team with friends over a bottle (or 2) of wine. Perfect.

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Head to the Sports Lounge at Greenwood to watch all the footy action. You find 5 screens and a projector screen, ready to show all the action unfold. 

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Amber Bar

What better place to watch the football then in Amber Bar's Heineken Lounge? Book a table, or hire the entire space for a corporate do (or because, you know, you're super popular). Bag yourself a Pitcher of Heineken for £15 to really get things going, plus they have loads of corporate packages to suit any budget. 

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Supporting England in North London has never been so easy at Haunt. They'll be showing the 3 England group fixtures (on the 18th, 24th and 28th of June), then the quarter finals, semi-finals and of course the main event itself. Book a table infront of their huge projector screen and grab some food provided by Biff's Jack Shack.

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Tank & Paddle

It's a match made in heaven - Pizza, Beer and a Ball. Tank & Paddle tell us they've put screens in all 3 of their bars, and will be showing all the matches live (with the sound on for the England matches). Thier fab food and drink offers they generally have running throughout the week will be on as usual, like a regular pizza for just £5 on a Monday, or bottles and cans of beer just £4 on Thursdays. 

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Draft House Seething Lane

It’s a firm favourite for sport watchers – and with good reason. You’ll find this Draft House near Tower Hill tube station – perfect for getting people together after work in The City. They have a MASSIVE projector screen that makes viewing every goal pretty easy.

Pair this with some of the best beer and food you’ll find in London and you have yourself the makings of fantastic football fun.

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We Are Bar

We Are Bar are planning a World Cup screening for every game this summer. With two HUGE projector screens showing all the big games and based just by Liverpool Street Station, they are a firm favourite for sporting fans. And with a beer and a Burger just £12 all day, you'll settle in for the big game pretty comfortably!

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Waxy O'Connor's

They are calling themselves the home of the world cup this year, and with good reason. Combine watching the football (they'll be showing every game live on their screens) with loads of booze and all the atmosphere you can expect from one of the most famous Irish bars in London. You can catch all the action on their 3 large screens. This place will be busy though, so make sure that you book your table way ahead of time. 

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Zoo Bar

Well known as a great sports bar in London’s West End, watching the football World Cup at Zoo Bar guarantees you an amazing atmosphere. Watch all the action unfold on one of their many screens, and once the match is over and you’re several drink in, keep the party going in the club until the small hours.

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Belgo Kings Cross

Yes, really! This year you can team amazing food with watching the World Cup. What's more, they'll be giving away loads of prizes and giveaways. You could win beer gift packs, free drinks or free dinner vouchers - but if you're watching the game at Belgo when Belgium scores then you'll bag yourself a free shot - what's not to love?!

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Tiger Tiger London

Yes, really! Tiger Tiger will be showing all the matches on screens dotted around the venue. Feeling hungry? Grab a burger and a pint for just £12 while you watch, plus on selected matched they'll be running happy hour during the match where you can bag 241 for all drinks (perfect for those that prefer booze to a ball). 

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This popular club in Clapham will also be showing all the World Cup action. If there's a bigger group of you, you may want to think about hiring the priavte room at Aquum to watch the footy. They've also put on loads of different food and drink packages for the games, including Nach-O-The-Day (3 guesses what that's all about) and That's a Wrap - the perfect thing to team up with watching the World Cup. 

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Pergola Paddington

Because no-one likes to be indoors when the sun is shining - even for the footy, head to Pergola Paddington - West London's Largest urban drinking and dining experience. You can catch the games on four 58 inch screens whilst grabbing a bite from Patty & Bun, DF Mexico, Canard or MAM. Perfect.

The Prince

If you find yourself in need of a place to watch the football near Earls Court, get yourself to The Prince to watch the games alfresco. With 3 bars and 4 restaurants in London' largest pub garden, there's plenty of space to sit back, relax and eat and drink your heart out while watching all th action unfold.

Feast Bar & Kitchen

Watch the world cup on massive 58 inch TVs. They've got an alfresco bar and terrace, perfect for when the sun is out and you want to combine watching the footy with drinking a cocktail or 3. 


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