When it comes to the best pubs to watch football most pubs attract a range of supporters (although it stands to reason that if you happen to be drinking in a pub in Tottenham you would be well advised not to start jumping up and down and cheering Arsenal on).
Our pick of the best pubs to watch football include the bars with the biggest screens and the best atmospheres.
All the latest sporting events are shown on large HD screens so you won't miss a kick of the big game at this buzzy pizza-serving pub.
90 Crystal Palace Road,
This West Brom supporter's pub is open to all fans and regularly shows all the major games.
94 Goldsmiths Row,
Big screens aplenty in this fashionable bar on Shoreditch High Street. If the match is working its way to a dull draw or your team surrendered a long time ago, create your own action with one of their many football tables available.
126-127 Shoreditch High Street,
Two regular screens and a mighty plasma dominate proceedings here at the Compton if live football is scheduled.
4 Compton Avenue,
If you're in the Shad Thames area and are hoping to catch the sporting action, try watching with a craft beer in hand at The Dean Swift.
32 Lafone Street,
Drayton Court is a large and traditional Fuller's pub in Ealing converted from a 19th century hotel with screens for sport and possibly the largest beer garden in London.
2 The Avenue,
The Electric Barge is a venue available to hire accommodating up to 60 people.
Grand Union Canal,
A lively offering in Fulham for the dedicated footie fan.
587-591 Fulham Road,
Sixteen screens of various size are dotted about the venue for sporting events.
171 North End Road,
You don't need us to point out that blue is the colour at Frankie Detorri and Marco Pierre White's fantastic sports bar at Stamford Bridge.
Big screens for the sport but principally an Arsenal pub, the Freemasons is nonetheless a piece of football history in the capital, being as it is the site where the Football Association was founded in 1863.
81-82 Long Acre,
A great alternative to watching the game at a chain pub if you're near Liverpool Street station.
40 Liverpool Street,
Catch top European matches at Jerusalem on Rathbone Place.
33-34 Rathbone Place,
For those seeking a touch of style to their viewing experience, check out Juno on Shoreditch High Street.
134-135 Shoreditch High Street,
There's a small section where the DJ plays, a lot of screens if you're looking to watch the football and there's a good area for playing pool, too.
48 Stoke Newington Road,
The presence of flat screens doesn't dispel the sense of history of the pub and strangely they don't look out of place alongside the pictures of Victorian London, its theatres and Nell herself.
2 Bull Inn Court,
Nelsons Retreat has it all when it comes to location but if you're not an Arsenal fan you probably won't enjoy the array of red and white shirts that pepper the pub.
235 Old Street,
Two large screens placed in opposite corners offer good views from all angles of the room and screen sporting events.
2 Northcote Road,
The One Tun’s facade glows red with its passion for sport and the diner-meets-pub decor is a good change from the dark wood and brass of most of its peers.
58-60 Goodge Street,
The Partrige has a grand interior with high ceilings, marble pillars and chandeliers. A glamorous destination for the footie.
194 High Street,
Big screens available at this top boozer in East London. A perfect option for watching grown men in shorts running around and passing a small, spherical object to one another.
3 Heneage Street,
Watch the footy at The Regent in Balham.
21 Chestnut Grove,
Catch the football on the huge 4 metre cinema-style screen at Roxy Bar and Screen and feel like you're in the stadium thanks to the massive surround sound, all from the comfort of a sofa.
128-132 Borough High Street,
In the heart of De Beauvoir, the Scolt Head has a big screen which shows all the major sporting fixtures including footie games.
107a Culford Road,
De Beauvoir Town,
Over a hundred televisions can be located throughout this venue, so we think you'll be okay here.
William Blake is a traditional English pub located a stones throw from Old Street tube station. The venue hosts regular events and shows all the latest sporting events.
174-180 Old Street,
The bar area is normally propped up by an older crowd of seasoned drinkers, while the younger generation play pool or watch football on the big screens.
222 Durnsford Road,
Only a short distance from the Emirates Stadium, this pub has a great atmosphere on match days and when the footie's being shown on the screens.
21-23 Stroud Green Road,