Where are you watching the games on Sunday?
The clocks change, so you SHOULD be able to watch most of the NFL game son tap this Sunday, but where?
If you’re going to the game, lucky you. There are still loads of tickets available, so you can still go to the game if you use the right ticket resellers.
We recommend this Facebook group which has a legit record of tickets.
Crouch End’s premier sports bar will be showing games until 1am. A 30 minute Uber from Wembley, this North London boozer has loads of tvs and all the games you need.
Traditional Sunday roasts, cask ales, wings, burgers, and 4 screens dedicated to NFL action.
Book a table in now so that its ready for you after the game.
Who wants chicken? We all do. But even if you’re a veggie, this joint has food for you as well.
This place has great food and cocktails, plus a few screens so that you can catch the games.
It’s located near Kilburn station, which is lickety-split close to Wembley.
Pop there before the game to tailgate inside, or head there after.
Closes at 10:30pm so you won’t catch the late games.
Head to Old Street for late night action at this rock’n’roll bar that shows NFL games.
Open late and close to all major transport, this hipster dive is a great place to catch games until the wee hours.
There may not be sound on-but if you ask the bar-they will probably turn off the music.
Duck and Waffle
Hungry for 24 hour food in one of the coolest spots in the city?
Head up the tower to Duck and Waffle, an all night restaurant that overlooks all of London.
Great views, good food.
They won’t show NFL, but if you have a tablet just tap into Gamepass, a 24hr Skypass, or Reddit to stream a game at your table.
Definitely a good last stop to fill up your belly after a night of drinking.
The Palm Beach Casino
Want to watch the NFL in a 24 hour casino that oozes swank and sophistication?
Head to the Palm Beach Casino in Mayfair to indulge in a sexy night of football fun.
Loads of TVs, blackjack, poker, and an all night menu.
You might need to ask the manager to turn on the sound, and hats will need to be taken off inside.
Book a table ahead of time so it’s set up for your group for the night.
There won’t be any NFL on in this Soho bar, but it is a great place to people watch and sozzle back some nosh. It’s open 24 hours, so you can guarantee it’s a good place to set up as a meet up spot for your friends should you ever get lost in the city. Friendly staff, loads of characters.
A few late night Sunday thoughts for your consideration.
- London is not a 24 hr town, plan ahead. Download a tube map app, Uber (or other taxi), Citymapper, Buschecker & what3words.
- Leicester Square is very busy and grimy. You probably won’t get in, and you might get pick pocketed.
- Football rules. Premier League games start at 4:30pm, which means they end at 6:30pm. If you go to certain bars-they won’t switch the NFL on until after the match. Plan ahead.
- If your table has a number on it, order from the bar. Table service is not like home.
- The tube shuts around midnight at most stations. Late buses go 24 hrs. Download Citymapper so that you can plan your route home.
- Watch yourself. Keep your eyes up, your phone in your pocket, and don’t take unlicensed taxis. Or rickshaws.
- If you’re too drunk, go home. It’s bad for everyone.
- Have fun, treat people nicely and enjoy. It’s a gorgeous city, and we’re glad you’re here!