After a hard day's slog at work - or even after a hard week's - there's nothing the man on the Clapham omnibus looks forward to more than heading down his local, acquiring a cold beverage and watching the big game. MatchPint is proud to support all you commuters with your computers in helping find which pubs and bars are showing the sports you want to watch. Simply scroll down our list of places and click through to one that catches your eye, or pop in the game you're after in the box above. So whether you live in Clapham, work in Clapham or simply fancy a sports pub or bar in which to learn from the big boys after a Saturday morning kickabout on the common, MatchPint is for you.
Whilst the area hasn't seen any significant silverware since Clapham Rovers brought home the FA Cup in 1880, the 200-odd-acre Clapham Common plays host to a whole range of sporting coves, ranging from joggers to, apparently, the European ultimate frisbee champions. Being a residential area means that Clapham has got more than its fair share of decent watering holes, and with MatchPint you can be sure of finding one that not only seems like the type of place you fancy but, more importantly, is screening the game you're after in glorious HD. Simply browse through the entries for each pub and bar to get all the info you need on what facilities and sports are on offer, and where. Graham Greene was one of the twentieth century's most important writers. Composer Edvard Grieg, amongst his many musical endeavours, gave the world the Alton Towers theme song; William Wilberforce, meanwhile, dedicated his life to breaking the chains of an entire continent. And my mate Ed - on track for a 2.1 in Art History. What do all these great names have in common? Well, living in Clapham and being fond of a tipple, they would certainly have all been devotees of MatchPint's pub-finding service. Join 'em today, and download our app - Ed's got it already. Big footy fan? Why not check out our list of best pubs for football in the capital?