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Phoenix (Bayswater, London)
USED TO BE BAR OZ, an Aussie-themed sports bar, showing all the major sports, i.e. football, cricket, rugby, on a regular basis. The giant screen is positioned next to the bar.
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Bayswater

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Provoke (Ilford Rail, London)
Provoke is a bright sports bar with a particular emphasis on football. The bar is located close to Ilford main line railway station. The atmosphere is fantastic and most big games are shown live. They have a season ticket scheme where you join up FOC and one of the benefits is you get 20% off beer purchases while the game is being shown live. A great reason to go to that bar as opposed to others in the area. The bar has one big screen TV and 5 wide screen TVs.
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Ilford Rail

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White Hart (Aldgate East, London)
A long, thin, wood floored pub with a long, thin bar down one side. The giant screen is at the back by the loos with tables set up in front of it. The wide screen TV is high up by the entrance. You are stuffed for a view if you are stuck in the middle of the bar, but otherwise okay. It's a mixture of locals and after work drinkers in here.
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Aldgate East

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Bodean's BBQ (Oxford Circus, London)
NOT a pub. This is an American BBQ shack. Upstairs feels more like a typical diner with a restaurant feel downstairs that includes some rather nifty cubby hole tables. The sweet smelling sauce of the barbe permeates throughout and there are mom's home favourites such as Clam Chowder (they also do lots of specials for Thanksgiving). As for the house speciality - Time Out claims that they are the best ribs this side of the Atlantic.Come here for the All American Exprience - they promote heavily NASN as an addition to their Sky Sports coverage and are more likely than [more...]
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Oxford Circus

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Cambridge (Goodge Street, London)
A victorian pub with high ceilings and big windows. Traditional in style inside with a good traditional food menu and regular special offers. There is a large TV and big screen next to each other.
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Goodge Street

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Circle Bar (Clapham North, London)
Excellent venue for Sports viewing especially the Rugby, with good visibility from one massive Big Screen and one large Plasma. All areas can be pre booked. The staff are very friendly and cheerful. Good Authentic Fresh Thai food, with mouth watering flavours prepared by a Genuine Thai Chef!
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Clapham North

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Clapham Grand (Clapham Junction Rail, London)
NOTE: This is a cinema / night club - and also THE largest sports screen in the country. Following a complete refurbishment (although still following its chinoise theme), the Grand has relaunched as a 1,600 capacity venue that includes a 25 x 16 foot state-of-the-art screen for the sports fans that is used for both its sports nights and the ongoing club nights each weekend. Sports fans can hire out private boxes and also relaxing lounge seating for the longer games.
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Clapham Junction Rail

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Elgin (Ladbroke Grove, London)
This used to be the Frog and Firkin, and like most of the Firkin pubs is a rather classic, no-frills, no-nonsense pub. Watching football here is a cinema-like experience; you are sitting in one big dark room, separate from the rest of the pub, with rows after rows of spectators watching the big screen at the front. The TVs are well positioned in the other half of the pub.
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Ladbroke Grove

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Falcon (Clapham Junction Rail, London)
The pub with the longest continuous bar in Britain (check the Guinness Book of Records)! The bar staff are extremely friendly and hard working especially on major football nights. Although it will mainly show England games whenever they are playing, they will show other home internationals (Scotland, Wales, Ireland) on the remaining TVs. Even if the other home internationals are not on, you only have to ask one of the bar staff who will gladly switch a TV over for you to watch another match and the drinking public will be understanding. The main screen is suitably placed in the [more...]
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Clapham Junction Rail

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Gios Bar (Chingford)
This is one of Chingford's busiest bars and one of the few places that you can get a late night drink on Fridays and Saturdays. They were refurbished in mid 2003 and so everything is spick and span, with lovely new plasmas and 4 TVs sunk in the wall behind the bar. You can see a screen from anywhere in the bar. The forecourt for outside drinks is very popular in the summer. Very trendy. It is worth ringing the bar to see if your game is on since they can screen less common games via their European channels.

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Chingford Rail

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