Best Sports Bars and Pubs showing Live Sport

Here’s our list of the Best Sports Bars on MatchPint. We’ve chosen an initial top 5 but will continue adding to the list, featuring particular pubs and bars from time to time, which we think are worthy of the ‘best sports pubs’ tag in London and across the UK. You can scroll down this page to see their profiles, clicking on each one to see more details, photos and crucially, fixture schedules, or you can read what we have to say about each of them first! Additionally, you can visit our Sports Bars page to view all the pubs that are showing live sport on TV.

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All Sports

All Sports

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Belushis and The Dugout

Belushis and The Dugout

Winner of our 2016 Best Sports Pub in London, The Dugout is a true fan favourite. For starters, they're open good and late meaning they're a brilliant place to catch sports from around the globe. There's always something on their plentiful TVs; and later on, there's always a cracking party vibe going on at the hostel bar upstairs if you're feeling sociable.
Rileys Victoria

Rileys Victoria

Snooker, pool, darts, great value drinks and a 3m screen (screen, not projector!), to go with their regular sized 20 TVs.
Euston Flyer

Euston Flyer

The Euston Flyer (in between Kings Cross and Euston stations) is always lively whatever's on the box. They show pretty much most sports, but if you're ever waiting for a train, or hanging around North/Central London, this is where you want to be. Great food, awesome bar staff and, like a true British boozer, a great selection of ales to sip on.
Bowler Pub and Kitchen

Bowler Pub and Kitchen

Gastro grub, a stonking selection of drinks and the friendliest landlord you'll meet in London, the Bowler is a big favourite. Located just off Exmouth market it gets packed out for football and is always jumping during the Six Nations. Head over and give one of their famous burgers a go.
Shakespeare

Shakespeare

A beautiful, old pub in the heart of Manchester city centre. Whether you're looking to watch the footie, rugby or cricket, these are your guys. Loads of screens over two floors and fantastic match day specials.
The Court

The Court

A massive projector screen means that you don't need to worry about missing a second of the action. Set in the heart of London on Tottenham Court Road, it's well worth popping in here with your mates for their huge range of beers and ciders on tap. The atmosphere gets electric for the football too.
The Richmond

The Richmond

Loads of TVs around this pub with over 100 years of history. Perfect for settling down in to watch a game and enjoy one of their pizzas. If you're in the area, make sure you drop in before a QPR home game - the atmosphere is top drawer.
O'Neills

O'Neills

Everything you could want in an Irish pub. Great food, perfectly poured Guinness, screens everywhere and always great craic. Definitely worth sticking around on a Saturday evening as it turns into a party atmosphere. Massive atmosphere when the rugby's on.
The Old Hat

The Old Hat

A classic Irish pub in West Ealing. Expect great food, particularly their Sunday roast, and loads of different beers. They've got an awesome heated beer garden which is perfect for the English weather. Make sure you drop by and soak up the atmosphere for a GAA game.
O'Neills

O'Neills

A superb Irish pub in the heart of central London. The staff are awesome and will make sure you have a great time. Excellent craic, delicious food, a perfectly poured Guinness and a class atmosphere, especially when the rugby's on.