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The Alexandra

This cosy establishment in the heart of Wimbo has a passion for sport and four different bars to choose from: the lounge bar is the posh bit and can be reserved for parties; the Green Bar is the traditional heart of the pub; the Sports Bar, with its large roll down screen and plasmas, is where to catch any and all sports events; and the open air rooftop Terrace Bar has its own HD TVs as well. It does pretty awesome grub, too.

Daily. 10am-1am, Fri & Sat, free
33 Wimbledon Hill Road,
SW19 7NE | Tube | Wimbledon


Drayton Arms

This west London pub has the usual – Sky, screens, lagers and food – and one of the biggest beer gardens in town.

Daily. Until 1am Fri & Sat, free
W13 8PH | Tube | Ealing Broadway


Cafe Kick

You’d be more than a little disappointed if this place, with a name like that, didn’t show sports or they had a strict ban on trainers and football tops.

This north London establishment lives and breathes the beautiful game – there’s HD TVs, a 3D one in the basement, a volley of table footballs tables, and happy hour daily from 4pm-7pm to get in the mood before kick-off.

Daily. Until 1am Fri & Sat, free
E1 6JE | Tube | Old Street

The Larrik

With top grub – platters on skateboards, chicken wings in buckets –  and drink promos galore, this is a standout venue in which to support your team.

There’s a massive projector screen, countless HDs dotted around the place, and even one in the garden by the BBQ. The Larrik even boasts its own 3D cinema room, The Shack, as well, giving you each and every option imaginable for watching the big game. Bring it on.

Daily. 12pm until late, free
425 New King’s Road, SW6 4RN
Tube | Putney Bridge Road


The Pride of Spitalfields

There’s no 3D TV here, no fancy retro gaming, or pop-up Thai cusine, either. No, what this no-frills traditional pub does excel in is its lack of fuss. There’s a screen to watch the game, ales and bitters behind the bar, and most of the food comes with chips. The Pride is so old-fashioned, it doesn’t even have a website. Yet.

Daily. Until 11pm, free
E1 5LJ | Station | Shoreditch High Street


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