The best sports bars in the capital are virtually compulsory for any self respecting Londoner when it comes to watching sport in the capital.
Unsurprisingly, the best sports bars have loads of large screens whch can be seen from wherever you are in the bar and the energy to deal with fans en masse for every large sporting occasion.
Look no further than The Longroom to watch the World Cup this summer. With specially installed giants screens and a great atmosphere The Longroom has all the boxes ticked! Book a space now to make sure you don’t miss out.
18-20 St John Street,
The Comedy has large screens so you will not miss a minute of the action, with both Sky Sports and BT Sports. From football to Tennis to Rugby it caters for all your sporting needs.
7 Oxendon Street,
With more table footballs than you can shake a stick at, Bar Kick is the epitome of a trendy sports bar. Large screen TVs are available for major sporting events.
126-127 Shoreditch High Street,
The Bar is an Essex sports and music bar that’s now attracting customers with impeccable service and recently-introduced real ale.
7-9 Seven Ways Parade, Woodford Avenue,
Belushis is a fantastic drinking and dining experience that is created from a combination of dishes, drinks and entertainment inspired from around the globe. The ambiance is vibrant and exciting and is a reflection of the mixed crowd that are drawn to this venue.
161-165 Borough High Street,
Belushis of Shepherd's Bush offers live music and an impressive range of cocktails and American fare within stylish, vibrant surroundings.
13-15 Shepherds Bush Green,
The Black Lion is close to Upton Park and on match days it is heaving with West Ham United fans – and opposing fans also. TV Sport is a feature of the pub with football and racing attracting devotees. Sky and ESPN are available.
59-61 High Street,
There are three men’s darts teams and a ladies' darts team. All compete in local leagues. Time-honoured pub games like cribbage and shove ha’penny are also used by enthusiastic customers. In addition, Sky Sports is shown.
67 Bromley High Street,
Bonds doubles up as a sports bar and plays most major matches on its flat screens.
11 Dering Street,
Catch all the games on the multiple flatscreeens.
474-476 Fulham Broadway,
Exmouth Market's Cafe Kick serve a delicious array of Mediterranean dishes, ideal for stocking up energy levels before a few table football matches.
Inside you will find warm and comfortable surroundings with football memorabilia hung all over the walls and classic French table football tables for you to challenge your mates on.
43 Exmouth Market,
The Clapham Grand has the Biggest Sports Screen in the UK, the giant screen measures in at a whopping 40 square metres. With the capacity to hold 1200 fans over 2 tiers you are guaranteed the best atmosphere, experience and view possible. There is also a private room for 75 people with full bar and 6' screen which is available for private hire. All this, free entry and £3 a pint puts the Clapham Grand among the best venues to watch sport in London.
21-25 St Johns Hill,
A rugby crowd dominates possession of the TV remote with Six Nations, test matches and tours swelling the numbers.
62 Wigmore Street,
Sample the sporting action from this fine, contemporary pub, dedicated to the art of beer-making.
2 The Avenue,
If you're looking to catch the sporting action in Battersea, this lively pub shows many a fixture on its large screens.
110 Battersea Rise,
This is the ultimate sporting venue, containing a huge number of TV screens including three 42" plasma screens.
171 North End Road,
Plasma screens show all the big Sky Sports action.
Links Way, Connaught Bridge,
Jetlag describes itself - rather aptly - as an international cocktail bar, inspired by bars from across the globe.
There is a lot of potential here, especially once people realise that there is a huge screen for sports in the basement.
125 Cleveland Street,
All the big matches are screened at The Junction, plus it's not far from The Emirates stadium so it's particularly busy on match days.
2a Corsica Street,
Try Lane Bar for all the sporting highlights throughout the week and on weekends on lively Brick Lane.
12 Osborn Street,
The Docklands Sports and Social club often congregate here, so expect a sports bar vibe at The Lord Nelson.
1 Manchester Road,
Isle of Dogs,
Even though the Lord's Tavern is found next to Lord's Cricket Ground, it is also geared up for punters to view the rest of the sporting action, with the most popular fixtures shown across its three screens.
Lord's Cricket Ground,
St Johns Wood Road,
St Johns Wood,
Two large screens placed in opposite corners offer good views from all angles of the room and screen sporting events.
2 Northcote Road,
Number 1 Bar has the feel of a student union, with pool and foosball, and a large screen for major events.
1 Duke Street Hill,
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,
One large projector screen and three sexy plasmas dotted throughout the establishment here at the Phoenix in Bayswater.
51 Moscow Road,
The Prince of Wales situated on Battersea Bridge Road is a warm and welcoming pub where sports fans can get involved with wii Wednesdays, a fussball table and major sporting events shown on flatscreen TVs.
186 Battersea Bridge Road,
The Sporting Page isn't your average sports bar, with upmarket pub grub and Cask Marque-standard beers to match all the sporting action shown on big screens.
6 Camera Place,
Farringdon's Sports Bar and Grill is a busy venue that shows all of the big sporting events within a comfortable and friendly environment.
19-25 Cowcross Street,
The Uxbridge Arms regularly shows the major tournaments so you can watch all of the big games.
13 Uxbridge Street,