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Courtfield (Earls Court, London)
The large downstairs room has a giant screen at the back through a wide archway. This makes that area a little more secluded, so get in there early for big games because you can't see the screen clearly from the remainder of the pub, but can always resort to the TVs. The upstairs pool room has a separate bar and TVs. Upcoming sporting events are prominently advertised.
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Garden Bar (Highbury & Islington, London)
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Grosvenor (Cannonbury Rail, London)
A really smart interior since the refurb, with bare boards and old photos of Islington on the walls. The giant screen is in a fantastic position, with its base 8ft high and is framed as if it were a painting. The only problem is that the sunlight interferes with the picture during the day, despite the large red blinds that are pulled over every window. The Arsenal pennants have gone form the walls but the allegiance is still there. Friendly staff and clientele.
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Cannonbury Rail

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Hedgehog & Pheasant (Victoria, London)
This pub is small compared to some but if you are looking for a more traditional pub this may be it. Its not traditional like a country pub, but for London its the closest thing you may find.
On entry is the main floor seating area which has around 8-10 tables. Straight ahead is the bar. To the right is a giant screen. They always pull down the blinds. To the left is a slightly raised area which includes a sofa large enough to sit four people at a squeeze. In here is an excellent plasma TV. Half the [more...]
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Victoria

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Hole in the Wall (Borough, London)
This was one of only two places in Borough that not only promoted the Monday night game, but also had punters inside that were watching it. Although it was not packed, there is usually a good crowd for the important international games. It also has some of the cheapest food ever seen and good all-day breakfasts. All the Premiership Pay per View matches will be shown.
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Borough

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Holloway (Holloway Road, London)
This is an old looking pub, with the average age only lowered by the kids running amok. The number of screens has been updated and so there are now 3 giants with 10 TV's dotted around. Upcoming fixtures are well advertised. The landlord is generally very friendly.
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Holloway Road

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Kings Stores (Liverpool Street, London)
A bit of a surprise for Liverpool Street. A pub that has focused on showing football. They have thoughtfully put a screen within sight from anywhere. The small, square main room focuses on a well positioned giant screen. Some people, too tight to buy a drink, even watch this from outside the pub due to the huge windows. The bar is off to the right with no sight of the main screen, but 2 TVs. The tiny Pizza Hut in the pub, past the bar, also boasts a TV. There is an upstairs room, for dining. They even cover Nationwide [more...]
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Liverpool Street

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Lark in the Park (Angel, London)
This pub reopened in April 2001, having changed hands and is now independently owned. There is still a cosy feel to the place, only it looks smarter. The landlord (a Leeds fan) is really friendly and has got the right idea about how to keep customers happy. They refer to the pub as a 'destination pub'; the idea being that people choose to meet here for that special occasion. The beer garden has now been renovated and, combined with the park next door, makes this a good summer destination. Sport now features a lot more in the pub, with all [more...]
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Angel

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LIONS Sports Bar & Grill (High Street Kensington, London)
This is undoubtedly Kensington’s Premier Sports Bar, with two large screens, 7 High Definition LCD Screens and ‘Bose’ surround sound system, bringing you all the live sporting action from around the world. This is one place where you won’t miss any sporting action !
The Lions Sports Bar & Grill, which is open from 09.00 Hrs to 01.00 Hrs is open to both residents and non residents. Food is served daily from 11.00 hrs to 23.00 hrs.
Group bookings are accepted. Please call us on 020 7368 4023 or e-mail us on sales@kensingtonclosehotel.com

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High Street Kensington

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Mitre (Angel, London)
A good looking Scream chain pub. The large screen is in a reasonable position although the pub is not that large. Cheap drinks if you get your hands on a yellow card. Not all that sports focused but a really decent pub. Good curry house nearby.
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Angel

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