Just like us Brazilians, the British are also fanatic about football and watching the World Cup manches in a pub is something everyone in the United Kingdom loves. If you are a part of this team and do not intend to gather with friends to watch the matches at home, it’s better to choose the place beforehand.
There will be no lack of options because most pubs in London have big screens and will show the matches. Choose the one you like the most and book a table beforehand, or if the venue doesn’t take bookings, arrive earlier because the chance of not getting a table is big. Check out our list:
Tropicana Beach Club in Covent Garden: Tropicana Beach Club wills how the matches in giant screens, with a special menu and private areas available. New London Theatre, Parker Street, London WC2B 5PW.
Big Easy in Covent Garden: All matches will be broadcasted in 55’TVs in Big Easy restaurants, and a World Cup menu was specially designed, including hot dogs, chips and Big Easy beers. 12 Maiden Ln, London WC2E 7NA.
Waxy O’connors IN Soho: The Irish pub Waxy O’Connor’s in Rupert Street has screens in all rooms in 6 floors. You can make a booking for drinks or food – pies, hamburguer and traditional Fish & Chips. 14-16 Rupert St, London W1D 6DD.
Jerusalem in Fitzrovia: The Jerusalem Bar & Kitchen will air all games, but you will have to book beforehand for one of the special offers – hamburguer and beer for £10, or 8 bottles of beer for £20. 33-34 Rathbone Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1JN.
Belushi’s Camden in Camden Town: Many Belushi’s franchises in London will have events and special offers happening. In the Camden restaurant, The Strike package offers two drinks and one hamburguer for £25. It is recommended to book a table. 48-50 Camden High St, London NW1 0LT.
Made in Brazil in Camden: Restaurant and bar in beach kiosk style with live music and, of course, good Brazilian food and happy hour every day from 4pm to 7pm, and Tuesdays all day. 12 Inverness St, Camden Town, London NW1 7HJ.
The Rocket in King’s Cross: Full of TVs and with a great bar, The Rocket will broadcast the whole World Cup action this summer. Located in the same street of King’s Cross/St. Pancras station, The Rocket will offer special drinks and food during the whole championship and also different beers. 120 Euston Road, London NW1 2AL.
Zlatans in Clapham: The legendary Clapham Infernos nightbclub has released Zlatans, a World Cup pop-up named after the Swedish attacker. They have a big screen, arena style seats, trumpets and football singalongs. From £8, mandatory reservation. 146 Clapham High Street, London, SW4 7UH.
The Devonshire in Balham: This pub has a list of the matches that will be aired, but if you like doing it in great style, book one of the beach style cabanas for your own particular match exhibition party. 39 Balham High Rd, London SW12 9AN.
Le Pot Lyonnais in Battersea: The elegant French bar and restaurant Le Pot Lyonnais has announced they will broadcast all of the 64 matches – we recommend that you reserve a table. 36-40 Queenstown Rd, London SW8 3RY.
Last Days Of Shoreditch: This place in East London claims to have one of the largest screens in London, broadcasting all England matches and other selected games. 288 Old St, London EC1V 9LA.
Skylight Tobacco Dock em Whitechapel: The skylight, on Tobacco Dock’s ceiling has internal and external screens that show certain combinations, apart from the many options of food and drinks. We recommend that you book a table.
Tobacco Dock, Pennington St entrance, St Katharine’s & Wapping, London E1W 2SF.
The Ten Bells in Spitalfields: This pub in East London will air all the matches in the bar downstairs, and will have a big screen in the upper floor. We recommend that you make a reservation.84 Commercial St, London E1 6LY.
Biershenke in Liverpool Street: Bierschenke will be open for business normally during group phases, but from the 2nd of July, you will need tickets to get in. The tickets will be available from the 18thof June and will cost £20 per person for the first eliminatory sets, £30 for the semifinals and finals. Tickets can be spent in food and drinks consumed on the day. London Wall Buildings, 4 Blomfield St, London EC2M 5NT.
Ealing Park Tavern in Ealing
If you are looking for the ideal place to watch the World Cup with your family, Ealing Park Tavern can be a good option. With an outside garden, they will have a large screen airing the matches. They will also count with specialities of food and drinks in match days for your group to enjoy. 222 S Ealing Rd, London W5 4RL.
Merchant Square in Paddington
If you don’t fancy being in an overheated pub, take this opportunity to watch the matches outside in Merchant Square. Merchant Square will have a great screen to broadcast the games. All you need is to show up, it’s free! If you would like to have something to eat, there will be a pop-up street food market on Tuesdays and Thursdays afternoon. This is for sure a great environment with chairs and blankets available as well. Merchant Square Paddington W2 1JZ.