Where To Watch The Champions League in London
One of the biggest football tournaments in Europe, teams the likes of Real Madrid, Tottenham and Liverpool battle it out to bag themselves the big trophy. Question is... Where to get your Champions League fix in the city? Whether you're looking for a raucous, bouncing atmosphere or would prefer a cosy corner where you can enjoy the match live from Istanbul with some fine food and drink, we've got you covered.
Footie mad? Check out some more football pubs in London.
Brixton's Hope & Anchor is a brilliant place to catch the action on match day. Swing by for the Champions League screenings and soak up a buzzing atmosphere fuelled by top-quality food and drink, multiple screens and a beautiful beer garden for chilling out afterwards.
This Scandinavian basement bar offers a buoyant match day atmosphere to Soho's sports fans. There's a wide choice of food, Nordic cocktails and large screens, as well as ping pong tables to keep you entertained before and after the action of the Champions League final.
Head over to Kentish Town where The Abbey Tavern will be screening all the Champions League action for you the year. Along with live sports showing of their TV screens, you'll also find some excellent pints and great selection of beers and cocktails to keep you replenished throughout.
Looking for somewhere cool and quirky to catch the Champions League? We've got just the thing. Found in the ever-buzzing Old Street, and home to some of London's best ping pong tables, Bounce are bringing you premium footy fixtures this season with HD TVs, sharing platters and more.
Located on Tottenham Court Road this sports-mad boozer offers the perfect place to catch all the Champions League action screened as it happens... with a large selection of wines, beers and cask ales alongside an ample menu of juicy burgers to keep you fuelled.
If you want an idea of how serious the Clapham North is about its sport, you only have to pay them a visit. With big screens and a mega atmosphere, this football pub is bringing the excitement of the Champions League final from Lisbon to South London.
Not just one for dreamy Indian dishes and legendary lamb chops, Brigadiers has a bunch of TVs locked into Sky Sports for your viewing pleasure. When you're not watching the match? Check out the two restaurants, two bars and pool room that has self-service whiskey.
With its unique indoor-meets-outdoor viewing experience, The Griffin is a top North London pub for catching all the action of the Champions League this summer. As well as offering unbeaten surroundings, the venue serves a wide choice of classic British food and drink to keep you fuelled.
Priding themselves on being the home of great sport, food and drinks in the City, Pavilion End is a brilliant spot to catch the Champions League final in the area. As well as offering a wide selection of beer on tap, they serve a mouthwatering array of classic pub grub.
Located on Putney High Street, The Coat and Badge is a traditional South London boozer serving all the usual suspects of classic British dishes and tasty drinks. Plan on catching the Champions League final here? Make the most of their bold and beautiful beer garden.
Want to know where to watch the Champions League? Grab your viewing party and head to the City of London for British pub food paired with award-winning ales and lagers. Plus, you'll get to see the big game on their plasma screens.
Located by Streatham Common, The Mere Scribbler is a great choice if you're after Champions League screenings in South London. Kick back with tasty burgers, bar food and sharing plates, with cocktails and ice cold pints as you watch all the action live from Lisbon.
An established sports bar and venue in West London, Westwood Sports Pub & Kitchen is a one-stop shop for viewing the Champions League final live from Lisbon. That's not all though, as this venue will keep you feeling good with their menu of wood-fired pizzas and delicious drinks.
One of the best places in London to watch the Champions League, this friendly local pub in Catford is sorting you for all the action alongside a slap-up selection of refreshing pints and filling pub grub. Afterwards? Make the most of their charming beer garden with a few celebratory drinks.
This fun and friendly pub is the perfect spot to watch the Champions League action in London, with delicious beers, affordable wines, and even a cocktail or two if you're feeling fancy. And alongside their menu of hearty pub grub, they'll be showing every moment as it happens.
For all the footie mad, Belushi's in Camden has got you covered for the Champions League. The sports bar keeps the party going long after you've finished watching on one of the many screens dotted around the venue, with beer pong, DJs and even competitions.
When it comes to places to watch The Champions Leauge in London, you can't go wrong with Sports Bar & Grill. The Marylebone spot has HD screens located all over the places, ensuring you don't miss a minute of the match, while pool tables are on hand for some half-time entertainment.
Tigerbay Hanger Lane is a West London gem offering an escape from the city to the Middle East with its flavoursome dishes and refreshing drinks. Catch the Champions League final here this summer and spend your evening lounging on their sublime terrace space.
Perfectly perched between Brixton and Clapham North, The Duke of Edinburgh is an unmissable South London pub for catching the footie this summer. Sticking around afterwards? Make sure to spend your evening making the most of warm weather in their gorgeous beer garden.
Pub On The Park is a London Fields pub offering an impressive menu of seasonal dishes and refreshing drinks to accompany. Heading here this summer? Catch all the action of the Champions League final with an impressive location and large outdoor area for celebrating or commiserating afterwards.
Leafy and quaint though this north London boozer might seem, there's actually a pumping atmosphere to immerse yourself in when the big games roll around. Expect an eclectic bunch of fans in attendance, and a fine choice of beers to keep those fluids up.