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Super Bowl LIII parties in London: best bars and pubs to watch the NFL

Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots in Atlanta

Super Bowl LIII
  • Who: Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots 
  • When: Sunday 3 February 2019 
  • Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia 
  • Start time: 11.30pm GMT 
  • TV channel: live on Sky Sports, BBC One and NFL Game Pass

The NFL Super Bowl may be regarded as the biggest event in American sport but it’s not just US fans who are preparing for Sunday’s clash between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots.

In the UK NFL’s showpiece fixture has also become a must-watch event for British sports fans. While many will tune in at home for Super Bowl LII on Sky Sports and the BBC, there’s also plenty of pubs and bars where American football fans can go and enjoy the action.

Here we look at the best bars and pubs in London to watch Super Bowl LIII.

Where to watch Super Bowl LIII in London

Flat Iron Square presents Super Bowl Sunday

Flat Iron Square has partnered with Bulleit Bourbon and Mother Clucker to create a superb Super Bowl deal. Tickets are £5 and include a pint of Hop House 13 Lager, a Bulleit Bourbon hip flask plus buttermilk fried chicken and fries from Mother Clucker.

  • Location: Flat Iron Square, 64 Southwark St, London, SE1 1RU 
  • Timing: 8pm doors open, 10pm start 
  • Website: flatironsquare.co.uk   
  • Ticket prices: £5 
  • How to book tickets: seetickets.com
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill

Located in Covent Garden, Maxwell’s Bar & Grill will transform into a Super Bowl super fan zone. Tickets start from £20.

  • Location: 34 King St, London, WC2E 8JD 
  • Timing: 10pm-4am 
  • Last entry: 1am 
  • Website: maxwells.co.uk 
  • Ticket prices: £20-£35 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
Roadhouse

Following sell-out events for the past seven years, Roadhouse is once again whipping up an all-American frenzy with plenty of entertainment before and during the Super Bowl.

  • Location: 35 The Piazza, London, WC2E 8BE 
  • Timing: 6pm-4am 
  • Last entry: strictly at 1.30am with all tickets 
  • Website: roadhouse.co.uk 
  • Ticket prices: £25-£35 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
Tropicana Beach Club

Pre-show entertainment, cheerleaders, giant screens and thumping surround sound speakers feature at Tropicana Beach Club’s Super Bowl party.

The Grand Clapham

Home to the biggest HD screen in London the Grand in Clapham will also offer stadium-style snacks and American beers. Cheerleaders and DJs playing Gridiron anthems will provide entertainment on the night.

Infernos

UK Sports Club’s 10th Super Bowl party will be held at Infernos on Clapham High Street. Enjoy mega screens, VIP tables and table service.

Boxpark Croydon

Watch the Super Bowl on the big screen and enjoy drinks from Beatbox and food from Chicago Rib Shack.

Dirty Harry’s Soho

Two large projectors and six big screens will broadcast the game while the Harry’s Honey’s become cheerleaders for the night.

The Curtain Super Bowl Super Bash

Tickets are priced at £50, and include arrival drink and portion of wings, celebrity panel featuring NFL player Shawne “Lights Out” Merriman, DJ and Tailgating Party and the screening of the match.

  • Location: 45 Curtain Road, EC2A 3PT 
  • Timing: doors 7.30pm; panel 8pm; DJ Tailgating Party 10pm; Super Bowl screening 11.30pm 
  • Website: thecurtain.com 
  • Ticket prices: £50 
  • How to book tickets: designmynight.com
Riley’s Sports Bar Haymarket

The biggest Super Bowl party in the West End with ticket options to suit every NFL fan.

The Stafford London

The American Bar at The Stafford London will have its own Super Bowl party. Watch on multiple screens and tuck into a special menu featuring corn dogs, nachos, sliders and hot wings.

Greenwood

One mega screen, 19 viewing screens and pre-game cheerleaders feature at Greenwood’s Super Bowl party. A £10 ticket guarantees entry but it must be redeemed before 9pm.

Balthazar London

Balthazar’s restaurant will transform into the ultimate Super Bowl viewing party. A special cocktail menu will be created by Maker’s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon and each guest will receive a complimentary Balthazar Forest Highball on arrival.

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