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There are few better places to watch the game in London than Jetlag, in Marylebone. Fewer still can top its 15ft cinema screen with surround sound; really makes live streaming on my phone seem a bit futile. Better still it's kitted out with sumptuous leather sofas on which to enjoy the match. Its food is delicious, with a wide selection of international street food and numerous premium beers from across the globe. The place exudes quality and for just Â£20 a head (which includes a Â£15 bar tab), you can book the Lotus lounge for ultimate comfort. Searching for the ultimate sports bar? Look no further.
Londonâ€™s biggest sports bar boasts all the facilities you would expect from a venue this size. 35 screens dot the 600 capacity pub alongside English and American pool tables, foosball, and a particularly fun and riotous atmosphere during the big games. To add to the structure of the place; Rileyâ€™s serves up some good, honest, great value food (enormous portions for under a tenner) and there are few faults to be found with the burgers and onion rings if youâ€™re tempted.
Not a single fault to find with this old and beautiful pub on Clapham Common which is known to be a bit of a haunt for supporters of all things Irish. Little to elaborate when it comes to the 2 HD projectors and 4 plasma screens across 2 floors; the pub also has a heated beer garden, table tennis tables, and foosball to keep you entertained pre-game, post-game, and half-time. Always a cracking atmosphere during the footy or rugger and if youâ€™re planning to spend an evening; the Thai food is really excellent.
Carlsberg Sports BarThe Casino at The Empire
5-6 Leicester Square
London WC2H 7NA
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It turns out Carlsberg do Sports bars...and they are pretty bloody fantastic. To be found in the Empire Casino on Leicester Square, this is well worth a visit even if you're not living close. With free entry, copious amounts of booze and a 'make your own burger' facility it basically covers all your needs. It goes without saying that they show sport on TV.
A humdinger of a sports pub in London. For the casual fan, there are two huge projectors, three plasmas and an outdoor TV while pretty much every sporting event under the sun is screened live. For the hardcore, get acquainted with "The Shack". A downstairs cinema with a capacity of 30 and a sizeable 3D TV is supplemented with a fridge stocked with your favourite beers and a secret hatch to the bar if in need of pints.
First up is a personal favourite of ours ' the Sporting Page in south west London. The Sporting Page not only shows key sporting events on 4 screens but manages to pull off the perfect mix of a real sports atmosphere, 6 ales on the bar that have been cared for with love and attention as well as classic pub dishes ' all served by a team of staff who really do care about every punter! Even without sport, this would still be one of the best pubs in London.
Definitely the most traditional of the best sports pubs in London, the Flyer is a Fuller's pub, so good ale is a prerequisite. Perhaps surprisingly for such a large pub, the food is scrummy with the pies a big hit. Located between Euston and King's Cross, it's the perfect spot to catch sport on the big screen before running off to catch a train.
If you're in Central London, you should certainly consider making the trip to one of the best sports pubs in London ' The Globe. Located by Baker Street tube station, it's a stones throw from Madame Tussauds and Regents Park. Luckily, given its popularity, it's pretty vast, set on two floors with a sizeable outside area as well. With affordable food and a decent selection of ales, lagers and spirits, it's always worth a visit on match day.
In Fulham lies the last of our best London Sports Pubs. The Southern Belle sits just around the corner from Craven Cottage and the welcoming nature of local football club Fulham is perfectly reflected in the venue. All the best live sport on TV with plenty of activities to pass the time when the TV's off - American Pool tables, private Karaoke rooms, live DJs on Friday, and Saturdays, as well as a scrumptious and regularly changing menu. A pub that's more than worth a visit any day of the week!
Tucked away between Old Street and Shoreditch High Street lies this truly unique venue that perfectly reflects the area's creative mindset. Covered in vibrant art, colourful skateboard decks and 9 HD projector screens, this is a great place to watch sport if your looking for somewhere a bit more 'Vice Magazine' than bog standard boozer. Or to borrow a line from Super Hans, if you hate those 'bloody City Boy chain pubs with their logos in the foam and disinfectant in the lager, air freshener in the mayo.' this could be your spot. Well worth a visit.
Belushis and The Dugout161-165 Borough High Street
London SE1 1HR
Belushis in London Bridge have re-branded their sports offering and have created 'The Dugout'. Down in their basement they've curated any sports fan's dream with a themed American sports bar littered with screens (17!), table fussball, beer pong, all the sharing platters your belly could desire etc etc. The Dugout's real x-factor comes in their unique position to screen sport and serve drinks late into the night and early in the morning, making this a must for people looking to watch US/Australasian sports. Will be an utterly vital venue come the next Ashes tour down under.