Boxpark Fanzone, Wembley
While this venue requires a paid ticket, it is still the standout venue for watching sports in London. Since opening football fans have travelled for the FA Cup atmosphere without stadium entry and not left disappointed. Now a firm favourite for watching the English national team, it will be highly sought after for the UEFA Euro 2020 final tournament.
Boxpark Olympic Way, Wembley Park, Wembley, HA9 0JT
The Porterhouse, Covent Garden
Not only the largest bar in London, it’s split over 12 different levels so finding a seat in front of the many TV’s showing Sport is highly likely, yet still intimate. The perfect central London meeting spot for the World Cup, Six Nations, or Wimbledon. And after the sport ends, there in Live Music in the basement.
The Porterhouse, 21-22, Maiden Lane, WC2E 7NA
The Sydney Arms, Chelsea
The next best place other than trackside to watch Horse Racing is “London’s Racing Pub”, the Sydney Arms. Here you can get Grand National Tips from the great John McCririck and other high profile racing enthusiasts, and watch live sporting action on 5 Screens. Located just a stone’s throw from Chelsea’s Kings Road, the lively local pub has a traditional feel and serves food, beers, ales, wines, spirits, teas & coffees all day.
The Sydney Arms, 70 Sydney Street, Chelsea, SW3 6NJ