Whilst 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 2nd February is game day; it's Chiefs vs 49ers, Kansas City vs San Francisco, J Lo and Shakira vs half-time. So whether you're a big football fan, in it for the wings or you just really want to stay up late on a school night, we've got the best places to watch Super Bowl 54 right here in London.
Greenwood will be showing the big game across 19 screens 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 classic American grub and lots of beer, and there'll be pre-game entertainment on hand to get you even more fired up. A £20 ticket will guarantee you entry, 3 bottles of beer and a burger but not a seat, so get there early.
9pm - 4am
170 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5LB
Star of Bethnal Green
A British lock-in meets an American tradition at the Star of Bethnal Green's Super Bowl party. The pub will be decked out in plenty of red white and blue; there'll be American grub like wings and ribs; best dressed prizes and more to keep you entertained between touchdowns. Tickets are a fiver and include a free drink and bag of popcorn.
10pm - 4am
359 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 6LG
Maxwell's brought in several screens just for the event so you'll be able to watch all the action wherever you're perched. Grab a ticket on the door and you'll get a good ol' American beer and a platter of chicken wings to boot.
10pm - 4am
34 King St, London WC2E 8JD
The Clapham Grand
The Clapham Grand always puts on a mega Super Bowl party and this year is no different. They've got one giant 25ft screen plus eight more scattered around, so all angles are covered. The refreshments are all-American too with stadium style snacks and US beers on offer, and a cheerleading squad will be providing the hype.
9pm - 4am
21 - 25 Saint John's Hill, London, SW11 1TT
The Covent Garden brasserie is putting up a load of screens with surround sound and a mega all-American menu for the big game. Feast on nachos, mac & cheese, sliders and truffle fries, along with a Maker's Mark cocktail, as well as unlimited tea and coffee. And for those that last until the final whistle, you get doughnuts to take home too.
4-6 Russell St, London WC2B 5HZ
American Bar at The Stafford
Not only is the American Bar screening the big game, with plenty of comfy seats on offer, Ben Tish has created an American menu featuring treats like hot dogs, nachos, sliders and salted butter popcorn. The bar's American Dream cocktail menu will be available on the night too, and you get a free beer or softie with your £9.50 ticket.
16-18 St James's Pl, London SW1A 1NJ
Cheer on the Chiefs at KC barbecue spot Prairie Fire with the game being shown on big screen television. A £10 ticket will get you entry and a beer or you can go for the £25 tailgate ticket, which includes American classics like 7-layer taco dip, buffalo wings, pulled pork sliders, and chilli fries.
Arches 88/89, Wood Lane, London, W12 7LH
Skylight will be screening the game on its indoor (and fully heated) levels although you can hang out on the roof until 11pm. If you fancy starting early, there'll be plenty of pre-game entertainment plus air hockey, ping pong and other games to play throughout the night, and Skylight's food traders will be dishing up the grub too.
6pm - 4am
Rooftoop at Tobacco Dock, Pennington Street, London, E1W 2SF