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This ast London pub brings a bit of style and class to the Saturday afternoon match. Football nights boast abundant seating, table service and a projector room for the serious enthusiast, as well as the sofa ‘n’ screen set up of the main bar.

It’s civilised support, though, no chanting or hooliganism here! Retro games like PacMan will keep you occupied at half time, with comedy nights to cheer you up should a fourth-straight defeat leave you in tears. 

Times and dates vary, free
SW4 7AA  Tube | Clapham Common

The Refectory

Open since 1961, The Refectory is an old favourite among younger north-west Londoners. With four flat- screens and Sky, ESPN and terrestrial channels, as well as comfy leather seating and a large and decorative outdoor area, its relaxed vibes makes it perfect site for sport-watching.

Times and dates vary, free
911 Finchley Road, NW11 7PE
Tube | Golders Green

The World's End

This legendary pub has an various odd job Camdenites, a kicking rock and indie soundtrack, and shows the footy on its HD TVs. Rock ‘n’ roll football to stun even Ian Wright

Daily. Until 1am Fri & Sat, free
NW1 0NE  Camden Town


The Green Man

A 24-hour booze licence and Sky Sports on three screens, that’s what the Greenie offers. A beer house since the 1800s, the Green Man combines tradition (a wide range of beers and ales) with the contemporary (£2.90 a pint during happy hour).

Daily. Until late, free
308 Edgware Road, W2 1DY
Tube | Paddington


The Elk

The self-styled ‘funkiest bar in Fulham’ has the pretty damn ace The Big Smoke BBQ menu to help you enjoy the football and the (fingers crossed) Indian summer we are all going to enjoy – the real one’s been arse so there had better be a prolonged period of sunshine throughout September.

There are all manner of drink offers, a large beer garden and each and every kick of the upcoming Premier League (as well as many other sports, too, for that matter).

They also take bookings, so if you fancy getting a group together and want your own space to jostling for position all match long, then drop The Elk an email in advance.

Daily. Until 11pm
587 Fulham Broadway, SW5 5UA 
Tube | Fulham Broadway


The Alexandra

The Alexandra’s close proximity to Clapham Common Tube makes it a favourite among locals and those from further afield alike.

Its recently refurbished Balcony Bar adds a new dimension to its traditional style of long wooden benches and cosy fireplaces, and with two nine-foot HD screens, it’s a trendy, bustling place to watch the footie with a brew.

Times and dates vary. SW4 7AA
Tube | Clapham Common


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