February 11th 2024 sees the biggest event on the USA’s sporting calendar: get ready NFL fans, it’s Super Bowl Sunday.

We’ve rounded up some venues across London where you can catch the action live from Las Vegas. Traditional pre-match entertainment at the Super Bowl this year sees Post Malone singing ‘America the Beautiful’ before Reba McEntire performs the national anthem, and Andra Day sings ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’. R&B icon Usher will be headlining the half-time show and, new for 2024, Tiesto will be the Super Bowl’s first ever in-game DJ.

Who wants to go to work on a Monday anyway? You may want to book a day off as the Super Bowl LVIII kicks off at 11.30pm, so it’s going to be a late (early) one.

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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in London: Central

SOUND Cafe at The Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch

After a party vibe? Catch all the sporting action on wall-to-wall big screens at the SOUND Cafe music bar and prepare to get loud. The standard package is £30.00pp and includes entry, a reserved seat, a beer on arrival and one food item from the special menu; there are two levels of upgrade, including one with unlimited beer and chicken wings.

Book here.

The American Bar, The Stafford London, Mayfair

Prefer a slightly more low-key celebration? Try the classy surrounds of the American Bar. The game will be shown on multiple screens, along with themed cocktails and bar snacks including mac ’n’ cheese bites, crispy fish tacos and southern-fried chicken tenders.

Book here.

green field in american football stadium. ready for game in the midfield
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Hard Rock Cafe, Mayfair

Traditionalist? Head over to the first ever Hard Rock Cafe from 10pm for a night of big screen NFL action, competitions and prizes. Tickets start at £62.00 but include entry, a reserved seat, 2 Budweisers and 3 items from the Big Game Menu, featuring nachos, wings, ribs, sliders, chicken tenders, onion rings and cheese fries.

Book here.

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in London: North

Belushi’s, Camden

Like it interactive? At Belushi’s the party starts at 10pm with giant screens, US-themed food and drink, a hot-dog eating competition plus giveaways, competitions and prizes throughout the game. Tickets start from £10.00 with upgrade packages available; check the website for other sites across town.

Book here.

The 411, Islington

Looking to get fired up early? Touchdown at the 411 from 7pm for their pre-game events in partnership with hard seltzer brand White Claw: expect DJs, beer pong, cheerleaders, a wing-eating competition, NFL quiz and a couple of surprises on the night. There are multiple screens so everyone gets a great view – plus the first 100 guests to buy tickets will receive a complimentary White Claw on arrival. Tickets are £15.00£20.00.

Book here.

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in London: East

Pergola on the Wharf, Canary Wharf

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Like the sound of the White Claw pre-game goodies above but find Islington a bit too far north? You can get exactly the same party vibes at Pergola on the Wharf, except it’s the first 200 guests who get a free hard seltzer on arrival. Winner.

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BOXPARK, Shoreditch

Go large or go home? BOXPARK coverage starts from 8pm; with multiple screens across the site, face-painting to show your team colours, beer pong, competitions and all the legendary booze and street-food options, you’ll be partying into the early hours. Tickets from £10.00£20.00 depending on release date.

Book here.

The Cornershop, Shoreditch

Want a good view? With five big screens over two floors you’ll never be far from the action at the Cornershop. Just £10 for entry, or you can double down to include entry, burgers & fries for two, and two pints for £45.00.

Book here.

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in London: South

The Clapham Grand, Clapham

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Missing the crowds? Just like Texas, everything’s bigger at the Clapham Grand; not just their huge 25ft HD screen but full-on stadium vibes with cheerleaders, confetti cannons, giant foam hands, flags and DJs heading up the half-time party. You’ll also eat well, with award-winning Thunderbird Chicken doing the honours.

Tickets are from £15.05 but sell out fast, so don’t wait around.

Book here.

Passyunk Avenue, Waterloo

Can’t get a ticket? This Philly-themed dive bar in Leake Street has sold out inside the venue (although you can add your name to the waiting list on their website, and check their other sites) but is hosting a tailgate party in the tunnel amidst the vibrant street art. They will be streaming the game live on big screens and you’ll be able to get involved with street food options and fun activities.

Book here.

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in London: West

The Prince, West Brompton

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Die-hard sports fan? Known as a great venue for live sport, The Prince in West London has joined up with Budweiser to throw the ultimate Super Bowl party. There will be plenty of pre-game action including an NFL-themed quiz, wing-eating contest, beer pong and DJs before the big game is shown across their huge projector screens. Fuel yourself through the night with snacks from some of London’s best street food brands. Tickets start from £15.00 and include a pint of Budweiser on arrival.

Book here.

BrewDog, Shepherd’s Bush

Beer fan? Craft beer specialists BrewDog have 40 varieties on tap for you to sample throughout the game, along with American bar food to keep you vertical. Check the website for other sites throughout London.
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BIO: Freelance writer, flâneuse and former blogger at London Girl About Town, Amanda is dedicated to sharing the latest on London's restaurants, bars, hidden quirks and general wonderfulness.
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