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Molly O'Grady's (Victoria, London)
This is a very large pub within the station that has the usual Greene King focus on sports such as lots of screens placed all around and flags draped plus some great promotions. You should be able to get a seat as the place can hold up to 350.
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Pineapple (Lambeth North, London)
A traditional, cosy feeling pub with a relaxing feel to it, complete with fireplace. The room to the left of the entrance houses a big screen, with a slightly ropy picture. However, the main screen in the Public Bar is where the sport gets shown and is of excellent quality. There is a Chelsea bias, but all supporters are welcome (it's not many pubs in South London that can boast Chelsea and Millwall fans happily chatting over a pint) and the beer is pretty good. Just about everything is televised here, as the landlord has more decoder boxes than Curry's.
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Lambeth North

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Quinns (Camden Town, London)
A nice dark pub, all in the one room with a really good seated area right at the back with a large flat screen TV. The other TV is in a central position, opposite the bar for the majority of the pub to see. If you can't face the game, stand in the first quarter of the pub and you can ignore it. This place is very popular, a lot of people being drawn by the superb beer selection. It's Irish more by name than clientele.
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Camden Town

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Railway Tavern (Liverpool Street, London)
Old Victorian pub split onto 3 levels. The ground floor has a bar along one side and two new state of the art plasma screens on either wall that can split coverage. They are not as large as the old big screen but picture quality is excellent. The top floor houses a Pizza Hut but you can also order food and eat it downstairs with the screens. This being Liverpool Street, it is a suited crowd.
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Liverpool Street

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Shipwrights Arms (London Bridge, London)
A round bar is set dead centre of the pub. The giant screen is a good size and dominates the far wall. It is visible from almost everywhere unless you sit the other side of the bar. There is a cosy, traditional pub feel to the place. Draws the tourists from the London Dungeons, seeking a good old English pub experience (when we last visited, they were photographing the locals).
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London Bridge

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Tally Ho (Kentish Town, London)
This place was a grotty pub with a poor quality giant screen. However, since the new landlord came in July 2001, the place has improved markedly, complete with a refit. It now has 13 TV's dotted around and the Giant screen picture has improved. All Premiership PPV games are available.
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Kentish Town

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White Horse (Shepherds Bush, London)
There is big QPR flag hanging on the wall and on match days only Rangers fans are allowed in. This is a traditional boozer with an Irish contingent evident from the coverage of games on Setanta and the Clare team photo behind the bar. The pool table at the back of the pub could cause you some embarrassment unless you are confident enough to walk in with your own cue. The view for one of the screen is not great due to the pool players. Both big screens are great quality and are angled up high in the corners of [more...]
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Shepherds Bush

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Windmill (Goodge Street, London)
L-shaped pub wrapped around an L-shaped bar. Superb number of screens given the size of the pub, BUT the problem is that most TVs can only be seen by getting to the bar and turning your back on it. If the place is packed, this will be a pain. The giant screen is in the far corner with a reasonable line of sight. Calls itself a sports bar, but has more of a traditional pub feel to it, which is ideal if American style sports bars abhor you. All Premiership PPV games are available.
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Goodge Street

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Yates's (Ealing Broadway, London)
This is the layout you come to expect from Yates's : A huge, smart downstairs bar with a smaller balcony bar to scan the floor from. The screen is deliberately positioned so that only a small section of the upstairs can see it since Yates's draw people in for other reasons. There is no blackout facility, so the sun could cause problems with the screen. They made a great effort for England games during the tournament by playing footie anthems, daubing on the face paint and giving away goodies.
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Ealing Broadway

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Bar Estrela (Stockwell, London)
An authentic Portuguese bar, as proven by the predominantly Portuguese clientele. This is an obvious destination in good weather (if you can find any in this country). The French windows open out onto the street with tables and chairs set up there. The small bar area has a TV positioned high in the corner, as does the larger adjacent room.
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Stockwell

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