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Super Bowl LIV parties: where to watch NFL in London - best pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants

San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs go head to head in Miami

NFL Super Bowl LIV

  • Who: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers  
  • When: Sunday 2 February 2020  
  • Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida 
  • Start time: 11.30pm GMT  
  • TV channel: live on Sky Sports, BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and NFL Game Pass

After the dramatic NFL play-off matches it’s the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers who will battle it out in Super Bowl LIV. 

Taking place on Sunday 2 February at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, home of the Dolphins, American football’s showpiece fixture will be watched by millions of fans worldwide. 

In the United Kingdom Sky Sports and BBC Sport will broadcast live coverage from Miami, but for NFL fans in London many pubs, clubs, restaurants and bars will also be showing the big match. 

Here we round up the best places to watch Super Bowl LIV in London and take a look at the pundit predictions. 

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Where to watch Super Bowl 54 in London

Gridiron magazine’s Super Bowl Party
  • Where: Bloomsbury Lanes, Tavistock Hotel, Bedford Way, London WC1H 9EU 
  • Time: starting at 7pm  
  • Ticket price: general admission £5 (plus booking fee)  
  • Website: gridiron-magazine.com
Prairie Fire: Kansas City tailgate package
  • What: London’s unofficial home of the Chiefs 
  • Where: Arches 88/89, Wood Lane Arches, Wood Lane, London, W12 7LH 
  • Timing: 9pm-4am
  • Ticket prices: £10 general admission (includes entry plus a beer) or the special Kansas City tailgate package for £25 that includes a bunch of American classics 
  • How to buy tickets: designmynight.com 
The Tap In at Elephant Park
  • What: craft beer bar serving Cuban food with a kick 
  • Where: 2 Sayer Street, Elephant & Castle, SE17 1FG 
  • Timing: 10pm to late  
  • Ticket price: free entry 
  • More details: tapin.london
Balthazar
  • Address: 4-6 Russell Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5HZ 
  • Ticket price: £70 per person 
  • What’s included: a Maker’s Mark cocktail, a special four-course snacking menu and tea/coffee throughout 
  • How to book: call 020 3301 1155 or email reservations@balthazarlondon.com  
  • Website: balthazarlondon.com
Apres at Flat Iron Square
  • Location: Apres, Flat Iron Square, 64 Southwark St, London, SE1 1RU 
  • Timing: 11pm-3am  
  • Website: flatironsquare.co.uk   
  • Ticket prices: £6
  • How to book tickets: eventbrite.com
Tropicana Beach Club
Roadhouse
  • Location: 35 The Piazza, London, WC2E 8BE 
  • Timing: 6pm-4am 
  • Last entry: strictly at 1.30am with all tickets 
  • Ticket prices: £30 
  • How to book tickets: roadhouse.co.uk
The Grand Clapham
  • Location: 21-25 Saint John’s Hill, Clapham, SW11 1TT 
  • Timing: 9pm-4am 
  • Website: claphamgrand.com 
  • Ticket prices: £10-£250 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
UK Sports Club’s Super Bowl party at Infernos
  • Location: 146 Clapham High Street, Clapham, SW4 7UH 
  • Timing: 8pm-4am 
  • Website: uksportsclub.com 
  • Ticket prices: £5-£20 
  • How to book tickets: tickettailor.com
Boxpark Croydon
  • Location: 99 George Street, CR0 1LD 
  • Timing: 9pm-4am 
  • Ticket prices: £10  
  • How to book tickets: boxpark.co.uk
The Curtain Super Bowl Super Bash at Red Rooster
  • Location: Red Rooster, 45 Curtain Road, EC2A 3PT 
  • Timing: doors open 9pm 
  • Website: thecurtain.com 
  • Ticket prices: £20
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
Riley’s Sports Bar Haymarket
  • Location: 80 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4TE 
  • Timing: 9pm-4am 
  • Website: rileys.co.uk 
  • Ticket prices: £20-£200 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
The American Bar at The Stafford London
Greenwood
  • Location: Unit 2, 170 Victoria Street, SW1E 5LB 
  • Timing: 9pm-4am  
  • Ticket prices: £20 (must be used before 9pm)
  • How to buy tickets: greenwoodlondon.com
Porky’s Bankside 
  • Where: 18 New Globe Walk, SE1 9DR 
  • Time: 11pm-5am 
  • Ticket price: £10-£500 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
The Leyton Star
  • Where: 116 High Road, E15 2BX 
  • Time: 10pm-4am 
  • Ticket price: £5 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
Waxy O’Connors London
  • Where: 14-16 Rupert Street, W1D 6DD 
  • Time: 11pm-4am 
  • Ticket price: £15-£20 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
The Moth Club Hackney
  • Where: Old Trades Hall,, Valette Street, E9 6NU 
  • Time: 10pm-5am 
  • Ticket price: £5-£200 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
Camden Super Bowl Party at Bar Kick, Shoreditch
  • Where: 127 Shoreditch High Street,Shoreditch, E1 6JE 
  • Time: 9pm-4am 
  • Ticket price: £5 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
Clapham Grand 
  • Where: The Grand, 21-25 Saint John’s Hill, SW11 1TT 
  • Time: 9pm-4am 
  • Ticket price: £10-£700  
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
Brewdog Presents: Super Bowl Sunday at The Bat & Ball
  • Where: Unit 1110/11, Montfichet Rd, E20 1EJ 
  • Time: 8pm-5am 
  • Ticket price: £20-£200 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
Skylight Rooftop at Tobacco Dock 
  • Where: Pennington Street, London, E1W 2SF 
  • Time: 6pm-4am 
  • Ticket price: £3-£8 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com  
Super Bowl Bar Crawl
  • Where: meet outside Tiger Tiger between 7.30pm and 8.30pm  
  • What’s included:- free entry to five bars and clubs- five free shots- discounted food- Super Bowl freebies 
  • Ticket price: £12.50-£25 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
The Patriots and Rams go head-to-head to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl LIII

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Predictions: who will win the Super Bowl?

With star quarterback Patrick Mahomes in their ranks the Chiefs fans will be confident of victory in Miami.

However, the 49ers have a mean defence so expect them to be up for the challenge of stopping Mahomes. San Francisco QB Jimmy Garoppolo will also be out to orchestrate a famous victory.

Here we look at the pundit predictions…

Cody Benjamin, CBS Sports: Chiefs 31 49ers 29

“There’s also absolutely no way you can write off either side. That's typically the case with every Super Bowl [or should be], but this one feels especially hard to forecast. But this comes down to the QB, and no one has shown a more otherworldly ability to escape trouble, extend plays and then wow us with improbable bullets like Mr. Mahomes.”

Matt Bowen, NFL analyst, ESPN: Chiefs

“Mahomes is a game-changer. And his ability to make second-reaction plays is the reason I’m picking the Chiefs over the Niners.”

Kevin Seifert, national NFL writer, ESPN: 49ers

“They have been remarkably consistent all season, and there’s no reason to think they’ll change now.”

Esten McLaren, Sportsbook Wire USA Today: 49ers 32 Chiefs 29

“I like the Niners as the slight underdogs. While the Chiefs were able to contain the NFL’s leading rusher in Titans RB Derrick Henry in the AFC Championship, the 49ers have a multi-headed attack with Mostert, Tevin Coleman (shoulder) and Matt Breida. San Francisco also led the NFL with just 169.2 passing yards allowed per game in the regular season and will force the Chiefs to turn to their little-used rushing game. Back the underdog in Super Bowl LIV.”

Maurice Moton, Bleacher Report: Chiefs 33 49ers 30 

“Defence wins titles, but the disparity between Mahomes and Garoppolo in quarterback play is too great to ignore in what should be a close match-up. The team with the better signal-caller gets the edge and the win in Miami.”

Justin Patrick, Last Word on Pro Football: 49ers

“The 49ers are probably the more complete team of the two and with their ground game and defense they are probably built to hold onto a lead more than the Texans or Titans. San Francisco will win a close game by keeping Mahomes on the sideline as much as possible.”

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