Welcome to London NFL fans! Any plans on tap aside from the big game?
Well we have you covered with some extra fun stuff you can do this weekend prior to the LA Rams vs Cincinnati Bengals at Wembley stadium.
Whether it’s food, fun, drinks, laughs or sporting fun-let us help you out with the lowdown of fun.
Rugby World Cup
NFL rules the roost this Sunday, but it will be all eyes on the Rugby World Cup on Saturday morning as England face the beasts from the south-New Zealand.
The match kicks off at 9am on Saturday-so get yourself to a local London pub to watch it over Bloody Mary’s and breakfast sandwiches.
There’s more rugby on Sunday-as Wales take on South Africa in an epic match.
There will be loads of lovely Welsh folk out Sunday morning for this 9am kickoff.
Make a new Welsh friend and see if you can spell the name of the town their from!
Hey you geeks! Love cosplay, comic books & random celebrity stuff?
Then head on down to Comic-Con and get your Nerd-On!
Simon Pegg will be there, as well as a whole host of other celebrities you kind of might know.
Wear your NFL gear there and convince fans you play for the team.
There’s a pretty good chance none of them watch sports.
Country Music Week
Did you know that London has a huge country music fanbase? Or that every year it hosts C2C, the largest country music event in the country?
There are oodles of venues across the city showcasing US and UK country artists.
Get into the spirit of it with great food, cold beer and lots of dancing.
Saddle up buckeroo, it’s getting country up in here!
Haunted Pub Crawl
It’s a drinking event…with ghosts!
Everyone loves to be paranoid when they’re drinking so get into the spirits.
There are loads of London tour companies offering this type of thing, so with Halloween approaching these are very popular.
Most tours are around 2-3 hours for a pub crawl (doesn’t include beer) and they are a fun way to meet new people, see the city and get pissed.
Here’s one to check out.
Call it soccer to their faces. I dare you.
Get into the English spirit by watching Premier League games this weekend with a whole host of games being played.
Games generally start on Saturday at noon, with matches going on til about 7pm.
Sunday games start at 2pm and continue on til around 6:30pm.
If you plan on watching the NFL game in a pub…you probably won’t get to see it until at least half-time.
Pubs WILL NOT switch football over to NFL, they may not turn on the sound, and they will close early.
We will let you know what to do after the game Sunday.
Liverpool play Tottenham on Sunday at 4:30-so expect a busy one.
Also because Arsenal, West Ham, & Watford all play Sunday, getting home from the stadium will take a LONG TIME!
Ready to have the crap scared out of you?
Then head to London Bridge and the vaults for Phobophobia, a collection of some of their scariest experiences.
With pulsating lights, holograms, zombies, and more monsters this is surely expected to scare the crap out of you.
It’s 16+ and if you’re epileptic-this will surely put you over the edge.
Day Light Saving Time
Damn farmers and their stupid rules.
The time change happens this Sunday at 2am, which means the clocks fall back an hour.
Sure you will get a bit more sleep, just don’t miss the game!
Normally NFL games start at 6pm in the UK, but this week they start at 5pm.
That gives you a bit (not much) more daylight.
That’s just the tip of the London iceberg.
Feel free to contact us about things you might want to do, and hopefully we can help you out!
Join us Sunday at the Princess Alex in Crouch End for loads of NFL fun.
See you Sunday.