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Puzzle Pub (Clapham Junction Rail, London)
If you can get the prime couch seat in front of the big screen you could feel right at home, with a fireplace and bookcase by your side. The good quality big screen is on the far wall, as high as it can be (i.e. not very). Most of this one roomed bar therefore sit down in front of it. There is a TV hanging from the ceiling, bang centre of the place for those too far from the main action. The 2nd TV has a nice cosy little dedicated seating area, and there is another above the bar. Wood [more...]
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White Hart (Holborn, London)
Part of the Scream chain with the associated good atmosphere. The big screen positioning is not good but the pool tables beneath it are moved for major Internationals to prevent idiots obscuring it. Early arrival is essential for such games since it's not a large pub. The skylight cannot be blacked out, which causes problems with the big screen during the day.
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Holborn

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World's End (Finsbury Park, London)
A popular pre-match venue for Arsenal home games. The big screen is up in the main area of the pub, with largish TV's dotted around the rest of the bar. There is plenty of seating round the big screen, but it does get busy for big games and views can be obscured by two large pillars. Get there early or expect to stand. The big back room is used for live bands. All the Premiership Pay per View matches will be shown.
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Finsbury Park

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Auctioneer (Greenwich, London)
This is a great Scream chain pub, with their characteristically colourful decor. The giant screen is the focus of the downstairs bar. You need to be sat down to see it really, so get there early for big games. There are screens at every angle, including 3 thoughtfully placed TVs above the bar. The upstairs bar opens from 7pm Thu-Sun. All in all, a top venue.
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Greenwich

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Balham Tup (Balham, London)
Excellent venue for football, with good visibility from one massive screen and several smaller ones. A sports mad pub, making it THE place to watch football and rugby matches, including all the Premiership Pay per View games. You can scream and shout and have a great party afterwards. Gets especially packed for Liverpool & England matches. One regular claimed that there are more genuine scousers than in Liverpool. The staff are very friendly and cheerful, pouring good Stella, Guinness and Bloody Marys. Good food, with massive portions prepared by a charming French chef. All round, a fine establishment.
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Balham

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Camel (Waterloo, London)
This is a long, thin pub that has a perfect position for showing games where everyone can see the screen. Like the London Bridge Elusive, the atmosphere is relaxed, they have a good private party area upstairs and a strong antipodean feel with the sports they cover and the beers they sell.
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Waterloo

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Deacons (Bank, London)
Sometimes you uncover a true gem. BIG ads outside for sports coverage entice you in and you don't regret it. The TVs upstairs are all well positioned up high, although one is strangely facing the street. Downstairs is even better, with the main screen, pool and wall murals of English football and rugby heroes (oh, and one of snooker). The giant screen is positioned in front of the pool tables, so don't expect a comfy seat. All the TVs give a good quality picture. As expected for the area, this bar draws a suited crowd.
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Bank

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Extra Time (Barbican, London)
Could you cram in any more TVs? There are even 5 small TVs sunk into a pillar so you don't miss anything as you walk down the stairs. A great place to watch 2 games simultaneously since they are well clued up and have introduced zoning with some high-tech sound systems. In spite of the number of TV's, we also regularly receive emails stating that they have added more - can't be bad. The basement and upstairs bars can be hired out for corporate functions- it is a good place if you can get enough people together. Although usually shut [more...]
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Barbican

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Finnegans Wake (Ealing Broadway, London)
You would be hard pushed to find better than this. Split into a large area containing the bar and a fantastic dedicated room housing the huge, impressive main screen at the back. The base of this screen is about 4ft off the floor but everyone sits back a fair way from it so the view is fine. The other giant screen is above the entrance to this room in case you get there late and have to watch from the main pub area. The walls and ceiling are totally covered in Irish themed posters. It used to have a reputation [more...]
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Ealing Broadway

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Finsbury (Manor House, London)
Usually make a great effort for the major tournaments, with St. George Crosses everywhere. This is a Mr Qs set up and the accompanying pool tables are set at the back of the pub with 1 Giant screen and 5 TVs, up high. The front of the pub houses a giant screen and yet another TV. They are well into sports coverage, including F1, golf, cricket and tennis.
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