Best bars in London to watch the Premier League

Watch the 2020 Premier League Season in Style

The greatest football league in the world is just around the corner!

Kicking off on the 10th of August, the 2018/19 Premier League is set to be one of the most competitive in recent years. With so much to look forward to, it’s worth knowing the best places to watch the game.

We’ve pulled together a list of the best places to catch the games. There’s something for everyone, from sports bars to traditional pubs, with a few properly unique venues thrown in too. So, get a group of your most football-crazed mates together and head over to one of these great spots as the games begin.

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Central London

Where to watch the 2020 Premier League in Central London

Long Arm Brewery

Best place for home-brewed beer

Long Arm is just 5 minutes’ from Liverpool Street, surrounded by loads of top spots for a night out. There are two huge projectors for you to watch the latest fixtures on and there’s always an electric atmosphere. Grab one of their delicious craft burgers, a pint of their homebrewed beer and settle in for the game.

Long Arm Brewery
20-26 Worship St, London EC2A 2DX


Best place for relaxing

Broadleaf is a tropical glasshouse-inspired bar and restaurant, just 5 minutes’ from Liverpool Street. Head up to the sports lounge with large plasma screens to catch the game. With an amazing menu inspired by local British produce, why not enjoy a steak or some burgers after the match to celebrate?

Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1HN

The Carlsberg Sports Bar

Best place for trying your luck

This sports bar is in the bustling Empire Casino in Leicester Square. It has 16 screens, so you’ll be sure to get a good view regardless of how busy it is and loads of drink offers. The American-style menu offers finger-lickin’ food like chicken wings and sliders. Plus, at half-time why not try your luck in the casino

The Carlsberg Sports Bar
Empire Casino, 5-6 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7NA


Best place for a hot summer’s day

Bar&Co is actually a barge moored at Temple Pier, 5 minutes’ from Holborn. It’s perfect for watching the game on a sunny day, with a screen on the open deck and some amazing views of London. When it gets a little colder, head downstairs for 5 more large screens and a dance floor ready for some post-match celebrations.

Temple Pier Victoria Embankment, Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2PN

North London

Where to watch the 2018/19 Premier League in North London

The Old Queens Head

Best place for burgers

In the heart of Islington, The Old Queens Head puts a modern twist on the traditional boozer. With super comfy leather sofas and an lively atmosphere, it’s a great spot to watch the game. Plus, Lucky Chip serves up some of the tastiest burgers and loaded fries in the area, perfect for some half-time snacks.

The Old Queens Head
44 Essex Rd, London N1 8LN

Faltering Fullback

Best place with a beer garden

This popular Irish pub is just 7 minutes’ walk from Finsbury Park Station. It has three quirky floors of nooks and crannies, with sports memorabilia on the ceiling. But it's the amazing beer garden that really steals the show. Order a round from their wide range of drinks, and get ready to cheer on your favourite team.

Faltering Fullback
19 Perth Rd, Finsbury Park, London N4 3HB

The World’s End

Best place for music

The World’s End is a classic music and sports venue, just 2 minutes’ from Finsbury Park station. There’s a large HD projector to bring you all the sporting action and a great selection of beers and ales. There’s also a modern selection of delicious comfort food to snack on if you’re feeling peckish. Expect Gunners fans galore!

The World's End
23 Stroud Green Rd, London N4 3EF

The Twelve Pins

Best place for match day atmosphere

The Twelve Pins is a dark, Victorian-themed Irish pub in Finsbury Park, just around the corner from the station. Most of the time it’s the proud home of Arsenal supporters, but everyone’s welcome (well, maybe not a group of rowdy Spurs fans). There are loads of screens, well-priced grub and a great selection of beers on offer.

The Twelve Pins
263 Seven Sisters Rd, Harringay London N4 2DE

The Hemingford Arms

Best place for Thai food

This traditional pub is hidden behind towers of ivy and hanging baskets, just 3 minutes’ from Caledonian Road and Barnsbury Station. It’s a pub with personality, with an assortment of oddities scattered about, old red leather sofas, a selection of cask ales and a delectable Thai food menu, perfect for a half-time meal.

The Hemingford Arms
158 Hemingford Rd, London N1 1DF

East London

Where to watch the 2018/19 Premier League in East London

Bar Kick

Best place for table football

Bar Kick, on Shoreditch High Street, is a popular hangout for table football fans. There is a huge screen to watch the match on each of the two floors, and plenty of foosball tables for a pre-game tournament. The food ranges from burgers and hot dogs to baguettes, and there’s plenty of beer options.

Bar Kick
127 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE

Pub on the Park

Best place for fresh air

This sport-loving pub is on the edge of London Fields, near Hackney Central station. It’s the spacious outdoor terrace overlooking the park that really draws in the crowds, especially with its huge projector screens. When it’s a little colder, head inside for an electric atmosphere, loads of screens and great drink deals.

Pub on the Park
19 Martello St, London E8 3PE


Best place for street food

This cocktail bar on Shoreditch High Street has a great atmosphere, making it the perfect place for getting everyone together to enjoy the match. With 55-inch HD screens, you’ll be sure to get a great view of the game. The eclectic music transforms match day into a party - perfect for celebrating a win or drowning your sorrows after a defeat.

Danco Shoes, 134-135 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE

Cafe Football

Best place for dining experience

Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville created Café Football, a football-themed restaurant in Westfield Stratford that puts good food first. Everything is football inspired, from the memorabilia to the cocktails and signature dishes like The Boss Burger and the Café Football Sausage Roll. There’s also hand-selected international craft beers, including the specially brewed CF Beer.

Cafe FootballWestfield Stratford City, London E20

The Three Compasses

Best place for its traditional spirit

This old-school pub in Dalston keeps its East End spirit with darts and board games to keep you busy at half-time. There’s a large projector that guarantees a great view of the action wherever you’re seated and loads of great local craft beers on offer.

The Three Compasses
99 Dalston Ln, Kingsland, London E8 1NH

South London

Where to watch the 2018/19 Premier League in South London

Belushi’s The Dugout

Best place for an American-style menu

Belushi’s London Bridge is a spacious bar with a rock & roll atmosphere. The Dugout is the downstairs sports bar where you can experience the match on one of the state-of-the-art screens with surround sound. Or, why not head upstairs to check out the large selection of international bottles, draft beers, bar snacks and burgers?

Belushi's The Dugout
161-165 Borough High St, London

The Durell Arms

Best place for a local atmosphere

This local boozer in Fulham, a short walk from Parsons Green station, shows all the latest matches on its several screens. Head over early if you want to grab a seat, as it can get pretty packed, though that just adds to the lively atmosphere. Unsurprisingly, it’s busiest when Fulham are playing.

The Durell Arms
704 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5SB

Hustlers Sports Bar

Best place for pool

This sports bar in Woolwich is 6 minutes’ walk from the station and offers plenty of activities for after the match. Challenge your mates to a game of pool, darts or table football - you definitely won’t be bored during half time!

Hustlers Sports Bar
2-10 Hare St, Woolwich, London SE18 6NA

West London

Where to watch the 2018/19 Premier League in West London

Dirty Harry’s Soho

Best place for partying

This Coyote Ugly-inspired late-night bar in Soho is known for its bar-top dancing girls. It has 4 massive screens and 2 large drop-down projectors give you a perfect view of all the action. Enjoy cocktails, craft beer and street food.

Dirty Harry's Soho
203 Wardour St, Soho, London W1F 8ZJ

Belushi’s Hammersmith

Best place for location

Set in the heart of Hammersmith, South West London, Belushi's is the home of live sports and epic parties. There are tonnes of screens and two huge projectors to catch the latest matches. Order a sharing platter and a jug of beer, and you’ll be ready for the night ahead.

Belushi's Hammersmith
28 Hammersmith Broadway, Hammersmith, London W6 7AB

Naughty Burger and Sports

Best place for team spirit

This burger and sports lounge is 5 minutes’ walk from Warren Street station. What it may lack in size, it makes up for with its 14 screens showing all the action live. It shows all kinds of sports, so if there’s no footie on, you’re still likely to get some sporting action here.

Naughty Burger and Sports
72 Cleveland St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6LZ

O’Neill’s Wardour Street

Best place for the craic

O’Neill’s Irish pub brings live music and sports to Chinatown. Everyone is welcome, no matter what team you’re supporting and there are loads of screens around so you won’t miss a thing. Expect great craft beers and pub grub, and celebrate in true Irish style with some Irish bourbon whiskey.

O'Neill's Wardour Street
33-37 Wardour St, London W1D 6PU

The laughs don’t have to end (or begin) when the match does. Why not take advantage of being in London with your friends this summer and add some extra fun to your summer lineup?

You can head to the pitch for your own competition withvision-altering gogglesor test your skills withzorb ball. Or, take it a step further and arrange a once-in-a-lifetime dayplaying with a football hero.

London has plenty of things that are sure to get you and your friends to fill your time in between games, there’spaintballing,go-karting,beer tastingand if you're arranging astag party in Londonthen look no further!.