A Pint with the Match?

Football is back - And with the Premiership about to start, why not have a pint whilst you watch your team play the beautiful game?

Many pubs now show the match, but we have chosen a few favourites where you might experience an atmosphere almost as good as you would on the terraces. Enjoy the season....

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Bar Kick was once one of Shoreditch High Street's many shoe shops. It opened its doors as a bar in October 2001 to serve coffee, beers and a small selection of dishes. Its décor was minimal with formica furniture, bright lights and French football tables.

The Blackhorse is the gem of Deptford, Our large main bar is full of character and charm, with a courtyard space with a ping pong table.

Café Kick was born 1997 out of an old Toy Shop in Exmouth Market. It quickly became a very busy Bar/Cafe with a truly European feel, filled with formica furniture, door dividers and, of course, French babyfoot.

A venue that fulfils your dreams in televised sports, with over 71,000 TV channels covering 25% of the earth’s satellite demands, we are fanatical about what we do. Our offer is simple, be the best sports bar in the world in the greatest city on the plan

GREAT BRITISH PUB OF THE YEAR. Real ales, wines, spirits, craft beers, tea, coffee, wifi, friends, dogs, tunes, fun & The Grafton Kitchen.

A traditional pub serving mouthwatering British food. Our menus range from light bites and snacks to our daily specials and succulent Sunday roasts.

Built in 1855 the Hemingford Arms is of the oldest traditional pubs tucked away in Barnsbury. Its amazing floral display embraces you as you approach, the interior is full of personality and oozes atmosphere.

The Kings is probably Ealing's best kept secret, tucked away on The Grove behind Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.

The Oxford Arms is situated right in the heart of the bustle of Camden Town. A 30 second walk from Camden Town tube station and the world famous Camden Market. The Oxford Arms dates back to early Victorian times with its high ceilings and original sash wi

The Pub on the Park is the place to drink, eat and be serene this side of London Fields! The pub has a lovely beer garden and is only minutes walk from the centre of Hackney.

The Rye has been serving the people of SE15 under many guises for more years than you’ve had hot dinners. After a big refurbishment and extension, The Rye re-opened in June 2012. Lovingly restored and improved, you’ll find an eclectic mix of old and new.

At the forefront of the biggest urban regeneration of our times is The Star Of Kings, sister venue to East London’s hugely successful The Star Of Bethnal Green.

Set in unique surroundings, The Temperance offers a charming blend of Victoriana, quality British pub grub and top-notch real ales. With a beautiful mix of vintage furniture spread over two floors, The Temperance is perfectly suited to any occasion.

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