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Fire Station Bar & Restaurant (Waterloo, London)
A great rugby pub. The screen is in an annexe from the main bar area with plenty of seating, although it does pay to get here early or you will need to find another pub. The set up in this room is excellent, with the screen high on the front wall. The atmosphere is especially good for the England - France games. However, they do not care about football, so don't expect to see a Mon night Premiership match here (the ranking for atmosphere therefore relates to rugby). The separate restaurant area won them the honour of London dining pub [more...]
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George (Oxford Circus, London)
Traditional Victorian pub with gilt inlaid Victorian mirrors, hunting ceramics and beer handles, and brass dating to the 1800's. There is an outside pavement drinking area in Soho, close to the BBC with regular celebrities frequenting the premises (Chris Moiles, Craig Charles, Arthur Smith, Mark Owen). NOTE: NO LONGER SHOW SKY SPORTS. The Guv played for New York RFC and loves USA players and fans. If you like the idea of rubbing shoulders with Mark Owen whilst he cheers on Liverpool, or just rubbing shoulders with Dannii Minogue, this is a top venue.
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Oxford Circus

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Gunners (Arsenal, London)
Obviously not the best the place to be if you're not a Gooner. This is a shrine to the Arsenal : Even the walls are blood red. The giant screen is well positioned but with a small viewing area. The TVs take care of everyone else. A great pub for match atmosphere on a Saturday afternoon.
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Arsenal

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Henry Addington (Canary Wharf, London)
A nice looking modern place, wrapped around a 100ft bar. Upcoming football fixture adverts are everywhere. One side of the place focuses on the giant screen, which is well positioned at the back. There is quite a lot of seating here and you have an okay view if standing further back. The other screen is an excellent flat screen TV deal, curiously positioned right next to ladies loo. The other side of the bar is the comfy sofa zone for those not bothered about the match. The menu is pretty extensive and as expensive as you would expect for the [more...]
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Canary Wharf

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Jackdaw and Rook (Balham, London)
Balham's number one venue for all sports! Big screen, split screens and several plasmas!
Totally sports mad, making it everyone's favorite in Balham for football,rugby cricket and anything else you would care to watch, including all ESPN games. Live bands in the evenings too.
You can reserve tables or sofas in advance for the games.YOu can phone with your food order and have it on the table for when you arrive. Great people, great beer and great food.
All in all, why would you go anywhere else?


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Balham

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JD Young Sports Bar (Mornington Crescent, London)
It's got the lot. Screens, flags, pool, darts, BUT it doesn't seem to gel. This is possibly because most people still regard Mornington Crescent as a fictitious tube stop. This is more of a locals pub that happens to be a great sports bar. Pool and darts is played in a specially designed, sunken area. Ring ahead for a sporting event and they will endeavour to show it for you.
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Mornington Crescent

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Northcote (Clapham Junction Rail, London)
The Northcote completed a major sports-focused redevelopment in 2001. The beer sodden carpet has been replaced with bare boards and the walls splashed orange in this open, one room, square pub. There are now 2 excellent Giant screens at opposite ends of the pub that no longer suffer from sun interference. There is also a well positioned TV, albeit with a slightly wobbly picture, so that you can see a screen from anywhere in the pub. The number of screens that they use will depend upon how many people want to watch a game (ranging from just the TV to [more...]
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Clapham Junction Rail

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O'Neill's Irish Pub (Clapham Junction Rail, London)
This used to be the Faraday & Firkin, but as with many Firkins has been rebranded as an O'Neills. Uncharacteristically, however, they left the TVs and Giant screen alone in the refit. The huge main bar area is down a few steps as you enter, passing the first TV. The giant screen is well positioned, right at the back of it. There are 4 TVs dotted about in high positions as well. The small upstairs bar will be open if enough people ask unless there are private bookings - as such get your mates along. If you were able to [more...]
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Clapham Junction Rail

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On Broadway (Wood Green, London)
Don't let the low key facade fool you. The exterior of the pub is not plastered with tacky canvas SKY banners, but stick your head in the door and you'll see that Michael, the sports mad landlord, means business. It's a fairly new pub with a nice balance between comfort (big sofas), and designer looks. Thankfully, Where there is no balance whatsoever is in the visuals department. With a giant Screen at the back wall of the Lower level, 2 televisions strategically placed at the front end, and a third TV on the mini-upper level at the back (for the [more...]
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Wood Green

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Pint Pot (Goodge Street, London)
The Pint Pot used to be Ye Olde Surgeon - a rather dark medical school student sports place that had a good sports focus and adamant Geordie landlord. This has now changed as the pub has become much lighter and brighter all round. The big screen is nicely positioned at the back of the pub with a seated area in front of it. If you arrive too late to claim a spot there, you will be taken care of by the well positioned TVs in the front of the pub.
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Goodge Street

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