Where to Spend Super Bowl Sunday 2024

It’s the biggest day of the year for fans of American sports

While we may not be American and we may know that a football is actually round and not a brown rugby ball rip-off, we do love any excuse for a party and they don’t come much bigger than the Super Bowl. Yes, Sunday 11th February is game day, the Super Bowl LVIII (that’s 58 for anyone not hot on their Roman numerals); it’s the Chiefs vs the 49ers; it’s Kansas City vs San Francisco; Usher vs half-time and it’s all going down at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

So whether you’re a big football fan, you’re in it for the wings, you like staying up late on a school night, or you just really wanna see if Taylor Swift will be jetting over from her concert in Tokyo the day before to be in the stadium to support boyfriend Travis Kelce, we’ve got the best places to watch Super Bowl right here in London.

Big Penny Social

The UK’s largest beer hall will have the Super Bowl screening on its huge 16ft wide HD screen so you’ll be able to see the action no matter where you’re sat. Of course, there’ll be plenty to eat and drink too, with a menu of burgers, pizzas, and its own Big Penny beers on tap.

9pm – late
1 Priestley Way, London E17 6AL


Greenwood will be showing the big game across all their huge HD screens in the main bar downstairs plus more in the premium sports lounge upstairs. That’s a lot of coverage. They’re keeping the action going all night long with pizzas, nachos and lots of beer, and there’ll be face painters in the house too if you really wanna show your love for your team.

10pm – late
170 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5LB

The Clapham Grand

The Clapham Grand always puts on a mega Super Bowl party and this year is no different. They’ve got a massive 25ft screen – so it’s unlikely you’ll miss any of the action – as well as all the stadium paraphernalia, including confetti cannons, giant foam hands, and even their very own cheerleading squad. The Clapham Grand has also drafted in Thunderbird Chicken to take care of the food, so there’ll be wings on wings on wings. Last year was a sell-out, so grab those tix now.

8.30pm – late
21 – 25 Saint John’s Hill, London, SW11 1TT


Skylight will be screening the game on multiple large screens both inside and outside, so there’ll be plenty of space for your crew to watch the game. There’ll be lots of pitchers of beer and a whole host of American grub like wings, chilli beef nachos and burgers on offer. It’s recommended to book tickets in advance, with even the cheapest option (£9) guaranteeing you a free beer on arrival.

9pm- late
Rooftop at Tobacco Dock, Pennington Street, London, E1W 2SF

The Prince

Party pub The Prince will be hosting a huge Super Bowl Sunday event this year. The place will be decked out with loads of projector screens to ensure fans get to see all the pre-game and on-field coverage while sipping on beers and scoffing chicken wings. It’s starting early, with an NFL quiz, wing eating contest and beer pong on before kickoff, and going on ’til late, so get ready for the long haul. Tickets cost £15 and include a Budweiser.

7.30pm – late
14 Lillie Rd, London, SW6 1TT


You can touchdown at BOXPARK Croydon, Wembley and Shoreditch to watch this year’s Super Bowl action. Expect huge screens, surround sound, DJs, live bands, bucking broncos, cheerleaders, beer pong, giveaways, eating challenges and plenty of booze from Coors. Sounds like any Super Bowl fan’s dream.

8pm – late
All BOXPARK locations

The American Bar at The Stafford

Head to The American Bar inside The Stafford hotel to catch all the Super Bowl action on some big tellies. You’ll also be able to tuck into a menu of snacks inspired by classic American flavours, not to mention a whole list of American-themed cocktails to wash it all down with. You can book your table now to be sure you won’t miss any of the action.

10pm – late
16-18 St James’s Pl, St. James’s, London SW1A 1NJ

Blues Kitchen

You can catch screenings of Super Bowl LVII at all three of London’s Blues Kitchens this year. There’ll be live music from 8pm so you can get into the mood ahead of kick-off and The kitchen will stay open until the early hours so you can snack on buffalo wings, burgers and more.

10pm – late
All Blues Kitchen locations

Pergola on the Wharf

Canary Wharf’s Pergola on the Wharf will have plenty of screens inside showing the game (and half-time) action, with White Claw also in the house for a load of pre-game fun. Expect DJs, beer pong, cheerleaders, a wing-eating competition, an NFL quiz and more, with food and drink available to order throughout the night.

7pm – late
Crossrail Pl, London E14 5AR