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10 Best Places To Watch The World Cup Final

Friday 11th July 2014

Pubs all over London will be showing World Cup final. So where are the best places to go?

germany fans

We've picked out the places with the biggest screens, the best food and entertainment... and the most comfortable seats!

To Watch With German Fans

Octoberfest Pub

The German pub in Fulham is an excellent place to enjoy football (and beer, served by Fraeuleins) and the have shown every game at the World Cup.
678-680 Fulham Road, London

Bavarian Beerhouse

Enjoy a stein while you shout "Deuschland Uber Alles" at this German beerhouse in the City.
190 City Road, London EC1V 2QH

To Watch With Argentina Fans

Santa Maria Del Sur

London's top Argentinian restaurant will be showing the World Cup final, so sit down with an empanada and cheer on Los Gauchos.
129 Queenstown Rd, London SW8 3RH

Bariloche Bar And Grill

This Battersea restaurant has been full of Argentinian fans throughout the World Cup, so enjoy the latin atmosphere over an Argentinian steak.
145-149 Battersea High St, London SW11 3JS

To Get The Brazilian Spirit



London's top Brazilian bar brings Rio to London all year round. But they are pushing the boat out during the World Cup, with a Brazilian carnival spirit, including samba dancers, capoeira performers, football freestylers and lots of big screens.
Parker Street, London WC2B 5PW


The Brazilian-Sushi fusion restaurant has shown all games on their roof terrace on the 38th and 39th floor of the Heron Tower. Not cheap, but you're guaranteed great food and even better views - plus a Brazilian vibe.
Heron Tower, 10 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY

The Biggest Screens

Fever Pitch Fulham

Right next to Fulham Broadway station, this pop-up bar has 13 screens covering every wall on the three floors and two roof terraces.
474-476 Fulham Broadway, London SW6 1BY

Rileys Haymarket

This sports bar just off Piccadilly Circus has a remarkable 37 HD screens and four projectors to watch the big games - as well as table tennis and pool tables so you don't need to listen to Adrian Chiles during half-time.
80 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4TE

Unusual Places To Watch Football

The Vaults

In the labyrinthine tunnels underneath Waterloo Station, you'll find a Brazilian party with music, dancing, games and of course a big screen.
Leake Street, SE1 7NN

Gabbi's Head

Make-up brand Benefit is holding a Rio Carnival in their pop-up pub in Central London as they attempt to lure female fans to the game. Those watching the match (and the handsome Argentinian Ezequiel Lavezzi) can get free makeovers and fake tan. Warning: It's very pink.
First Floor, 150-151 Dury Lane WC2B 5TD (Above the Prince of Wales)