Where To Watch The Super Bowl 2023 In London

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Where To Watch The Super Bowl 2023 In London
NFL players on the field in the middle of a game
The Carolina Panthers against the Colorado Broncos in Super Bowl 50 in 2016. Photo: Arnie Papp via Creative Commons

The 57th Super Bowl is on Sunday 12 February 2023, but if you can't make it to Arizona's State Farm Stadium, book yourself into one of these London venues where Super Bowl LVII is being shown (or check out our pick of the city's finest sports bars and pubs).

Kick-off is expected to be at 11.30pm UK time, with the action going on into the early hours. You might want to book the Monday off work...

Oh, and if you're just here for the half-time show, that's completely fine. This year, Rihanna's headlining.

Super Bowl at Boxpark, Croydon, Shoreditch and Wembley

All three London Boxpark venues host Super Bowl parties, with a similar vibe at each; huge screens, live DJs and competitions. Croydon and Wembley also throw in a bucking bronco, beer pong tournaments, and food eating contests, including a wing challenge at Wembley (£2 extra to take part). With the promise of live bands, Wembley sounds the liveliest of the three venues, although Croydon Boxpark has got itself something of a reputation as the place to watch important footie matches, so could also be a good bet for Super Bowl Sunday.

Food options at all three venues come courtesy of their permanent street food traders.

Boxpark Shoreditch from £10 per person | Boxpark Croydon from £10 per person or VIP table of eight £200 | Boxpark Wembley from £10 per person or VIP table of eight £200. All events start at 8pm.

Super Bowl screening at The Clapham Grand

This towering Clapham pub/club/theatre hosts a raucous Super Bowl screening, making full use of its 25ft HD screen to show live coverage of the game, and half-time entertainment. Ticket options include various beer packages, and food is available from chicken wing aficionados Thunderbird Chicken. DJs provide pre- and post-match entertainment, plus there's a live cheerleading show and confetti cannons. The Grand doesn't do things by halves.

Tickets from £17.50, 8.30pm-4am.

Super Bowl at Bar Kick, Shoreditch

Better known for its footy coverage and foosball tables, Bar Kick switches allegiance to American football for one night. Your tickets includes admission, three drinks, and £20 of food from a special Super Bowl menu.

Tickets from £50, 8.30pm-5am.

Superbowl Sunday Party at Skylight Tobacco Dock

Rooftop bar Skylight at Tobacco Dock throws a huge Super Bowl screening party, kicking off with a beer pong tournament at 9pm and building up towards the action on the many large screens, with beer pitchers, nachos, burgers and wings available to order. You can also prebook group packages, with a reserved area and food and drink included.

Tickets from £8, 9pm-3am.

Super Bowl at Bat & Ball, Stratford

Ping pong and sports bar Bat & Ball has an impressive 26 screens, all of which it will be showing the Super Bowl action. They'll also be giving away prizes throughout the night, and various food and drink packages are available, featuring the likes of hot dogs, nachos and pizza.

Tickets from £30, 9pm-4am.

Super Bowl at Hard Rock Cafe Mayfair

London's original Hard Rock Cafe on Park Lane holds a Super Bowl party, and as you'd expect from this all-American grill restaurant, food plays a big part. Your ticket includes a reserved seat, two beers, and three items from the Big Game Menu, which includes nachos, wings, sliders, cheese fried and onion rings.

Tickets from £59, 10pm-4am.

Super Bowl at Bodeans

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BBQ smokehouse restaurant Bodeans offers a special Super Bowl package at its branches in Soho, Covent Garden, Tower Hill, Clapham and Fulham — and it's quite the feast. Begin with mac & cheese balls and buffalo wings, before tucking into ribs, pulled pork, fries and 'slaw — while the game's going on across big screens all around you.

£30 per person, from 10pm.

Super Bowl at TOCA Social

Interactive sports venue and bar TOCA Social at The O2 hosts a Super Bowl screening party with bites, drinks and party games thrown in. Packages are available for a minimum of four people, and include wings and bottles of beer, plus interactive games, including crockinole, beer pong, foosball, and cornhole, to play between the action on the big screen. Alternatively, you can book a completely private screening for up to 20 people.

Tickets from £80 for four people, 10.30pm-3am.

Super Bowl party at The Leyton Star

This east London boozer is having an all-American party with special Super Bowl food and drink promotions, as well as the all-important screening. The bar stays open until the early hours — maybe book Tuesday off work as well if you're spending the Super Bowl here...

Tickets from £7.50, 11pm-5am.

Last Updated 23 January 2023

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