Party Earth Review An absolute haven for sports fanatics, The Sports Café is an immense two-story bar featuring 120 televisions, three giant super-screens, and three full bars serving an often rowdy crowd of Europeans and North Americans. The décor, not surprisingly, consists of sports-related souvenirs, signed memorabilia, trophy cabinets ... more
London SW1Y 4TE
Reviewed by Courtney Grace R.
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City of Westminster, WC2R, UK
Pub / Sports Bar
Party Earth Review Located just steps from the West Kensington Station, Famous Three Kings consistently wins Best Sports Pub polls in London, perhaps because this cavernous shrine to sports has enough TVs to satisfy almost anyone’s game-viewing aspirations. Thirteen plasmas and three big screens, to be exact, all tuned to different ... more
171 North End Road
London W14 9NL
Café / Sports Bar
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43 Exmouth Market
London EC1R 4QL
When it comes to football (soccer), Londoners are practically obsessed with their local teams and the sports bars in London reflect that obsession as they’re filled to the brim whenever a match is being played.
It doesn’t matter where you are in London; it’s always easy to find a venue that’s carrying the match on the telly. Every pub in the city (that has a TV) will invariably be showing whichever Premier League team happens to be playing. London sports bars aren’t hard to find either, and they all have multiple TVs tuned to soccer, rugby, or cricket at any time of day.
One of the best, and biggest, sports bars in the city is The Sports Café. Here two floors, 120 TVs, and three giant screens serve up games to sports lovers while 11 pool tables, gaming machines, and foosball tables keep patrons entertained between matches. Another great sports bar is Café Kick which is popular for showing sports but also for its French Bonzini foosball tables.
Whether you’re looking for Premier League contests, rugby, cricket, or even Wimbledon tennis, there are sports bars all over London that will ensure you’ll never miss a moment.