The 56th Super Bowl is on Sunday 13 February 2022, but if you can't make it to California's SoFi Stadium, book yourself into one of these London venues where Super Bowl LVI is being shown (or check out our pick of the city's finest sports bars and pubs).
At time of writing, kick-off time is TBC, but expect it to be close to midnight UK time. 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, it's the impressive line-up of Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.
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 screen to show the BBC 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.
From £12, book ahead, 9pm-4am
Super Bowl at Hard Rock Cafes
Both the original branch in Mayfair, and the newer Piccadilly Circus venue, of Hard Rock Cafe are going big for Super Bowl. Both all-American style restaurants serve special game day menus — think nachos, wings, chicken tenders — and there's entertainment in the form of competitions (tickets to the NFL London games are up for grabs) plus appearances from the Hard Rock Cafe Big Game Cheerleaders.
Super Bowl at Boxpark, Croydon, Shoreditch and Wembley
We're promised "huge screens, surround sound, DJs, cheerleaders, beer pong, giveaways and games, and plenty of booze" at Boxpark's Super Bowl parties at its Wembley, Shoreditch and Croydon locations. There are eating challenges, including the 'triple chilli' contest, courtesy of MeatLiquor — and a handful of other restaurants will stay open late to keep the snacks coming.
From £10 per person (includes a drink), book ahead, from 8pm.
Super Bowl at Greenwood Victoria
This brilliant sports bar and restaurant in Victoria boasts several screens — including a central mega screen — showing the game, plus pre-game entertainment. Pick your ticket carefully, as some are seated, whereas others are standing-only. American-style food is available to buy on the night, and of course, the bar's open throughout.
£10-£30, book ahead, 10pm-5am
Super Bowl at Bodeans
BBQ restaurant Bodeans screens the game at its smokehouses in Soho, Clapham, Fulham, Tower Hill and Covent Garden, with a slap-up American meal to accompany the action — think Buffalo chicken wings, corn nacho chips, pulled pork and BBQ beans, washed down with a complimentary beer.
£30, book ahead, from 10pm.
Super Bowl party at The Leyton Star
This east London boozer is having an all-American lock-in, with special Super Bowl food and drink promotions.
From £5, book ahead, 7pm-4am
Super Bowl at Heads + Tails, Hampstead
Swish West Hampstead cocktail bar Heads + Tails isn't the obvious location for a Super Bowl screening, but they're staying open until the wee hours of Monday morning, with cocktails and hot dogs available for those following the action on screen.
£7 (or £5 for hospitality industry staff), book ahead, 10pm-4am
Super Bowl at The Bat and Ball, Stratford
They're taking this whole Super Bowl shebang seriously at Stratford table tennis bar The Bat and Ball. Not only are they screening the game, but there's a half-time hot wings eating contest, and beer pong tournaments throughout the night. Maybe consider taking Tuesday off as well if you're heading for this one...
From £15, book ahead, 6pm-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. The event begins with a beer pong tournament, while the Super Bowl action is shown on screen. (And don't worry, there'll be table football tournaments throughout the evening.)
£35 deposit (redeemed against your bill on the day), book ahead, 6pm-4am
Super Bowl at BeerKat, Ealing
If you like your ball with a side of craft beer, BeerKat is the place to head — their taproom has over 200 bottles and cans to choose from, plus 12 on tap. They've got two screens plus a projector room showing the Super Bowl action, and if you get peckish, they're serving plant-based chilli dogs from in-house vegetarian restaurant Quirky Dough.
Free entry, booking recommended, 9pm-5am.
Super Bowl at Signature Brew, Walthamstow
Walthamstow brewery Signature Brewery puts its cinema-sized screen to good use, to show all the Super Bowl action. Chicken wings and hot dogs are available throughout the event, plus, of course, plenty of beer.
£6 (including a pint), book ahead, from 9pm.