Where to Watch the World Cup

Discover our recommended places where U can watch all the drama unfold...


Throughout the tournament reserve a table in Blighters, a restaurant and bar with booth seating and three screens flanking a central bar, to enjoy the Indian barbecue menu, utilising tandoors, charcoal grills, rotisseries, wood ovens and classic Indian smokers. For a more casual evening, the central Pool Room (pictured) boasts four screens alongside a full-size pool table, rare whisky vending machine and fast-pour self-serve beer taps. Brigadiers at Bloomberg Arcade has been inspired by the army mess bars of India, where military regiments go to eat, drink and socialise. For a more exclusive experience, Brigadiers’ three private dining rooms can be booked, allowing you to screen the matches of your choice for groups of up to 18 and make sure to order one of their mouth-watering feasting menus. 

Bad Sports at The London EDITION

Basement at the London Edition hotel are hosting Bad Sports showings of a selection of World Cup games, including all of England's. Originally of the iconic Hackney Road dive bar – expect an an unconventional opportunity to watch the World Cup involving DJ’s, quizzes, themed cocktails and tacos ((lamb or vegetarian) by celebrity TV chef and Welsh football fan Phil Carmichael, Executive Chef at Berners Tavern. Entry is free but tickets can be purchased in advance for £20, including a taco, beer and margarita.

‘Brosé on the Roof’ at Selfridges

A month long residency and the Rosé hot-spot, ideal for after work drinks or enjoying the summer of sport in Clicquot-style. The terrace of Alto by San Carlo on Selfridges rooftop has been transformed into the ultimate terrace for ‘Bros and gals’ alike, with a Veuve Clicquot twist on the classic ‘sport watching’ football-watching environment. Watch the games with lashings of Veuve Clicquot rosé paired with a menu that includes mini burgers, parmesan truffle fries and sharing charcuterie boards. For those not glued to the game you can play table football or take a selfie next to one of the many pink and yellow patterned backdrops inspired by retro football shirts.


Soaring above London’s most unique event venue, Tobacco Dock in Wapping, Skylight boasts three floors of bars, street food, live entertainment, lawn games, screens, DJs and an unrivalled view of London’s iconic skyline. When half time rolls around, croquet, pétanque and an all-new game of penalty shoot-out are order of the day. Free entry – rain or shine, Skylight has an indoor floor and both outdoor covered and open seating areas and serving fans from 4 bars alongside street food from YIRO and Flip Side. Skylight are screening games during their opening times, opening early for various games for table bookings only. 

Last Days of Shoreditch

Find yourself in an Enchanted Garden with a tropical beach area, swinging hammock beds and a tree house as well as one of the biggest screens in London to show an array of World Cup games with all England games on offer. Food comes courtsey from Crust Bros, who’ll be serving up vegan Neapolitan-style pizza; Cheeky Burger and Seth Troxler’s Smokey Tails who’ll be serving up their takes on American classics. The Enchanted Garden also boasts a karaoke room powered by Lucky Voice and private spaces available to hire (with screens).

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