Where To Watch The Super Bowl 2024 In London

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Last Updated 11 February 2024

Where To Watch The Super Bowl 2024 In London
A Super Bowl match in action
The Carolina Panthers against the Colorado Broncos in Super Bowl 50 in 2016. Photo: Arnie Papp via Creative Commons

The 58th Super Bowl is on Sunday 11 February 2024, but if you can't make it to Las Vegas's Allegiant Stadium, book yourself into one of these London venues where Super Bowl LVIII is being shown. The Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Franscico 49ers this year.

Kick-off is 11.30pm UK time, with the action going on into the early hours of the morning. 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, Usher's headlining. And yes, the Chiefs are Travis Kelce (Taylor Swift's boyfriend)'s team, so expect a bit of extra interest in the match this year.

Super Bowl at Blues Kitchen

A bowl of Buffalo chicken wings

Pull up a seat at any of the three Blues Kitchens, order a cold one and settle in for the night. All the usual burgers, wings, ribs et al are being served up — with the kitchen open late. From 8pm, live blues, soul and rock n roll will keep you entertained, up until kick off time. It's £5 entry, and you should probably book ahead — certainly arrive before 10.30pm to get a good view of the game, anyway.

Super Bowl at Blues Kitchen Shoreditch | Blues Kitchen Camden | Blues Kitchen Brixton. All events 7pm-3am.

Super Bowl at Boxpark, Croydon, Shoreditch and Wembley

Image: Boxpark

The trio of London Boxpark venues are hosting Super Bowl parties too, with a similar vibe at each; huge screens, live DJs and competitions, plus beer pong tournaments, and food eating contests. Wembley also throws in a bucking bronco, and with the promise of live bands, sounds the liveliest of the three venues. That said, 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.

Super Bowl at Boxpark Shoreditch | Boxpark Croydon | Boxpark Wembley. 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 broadcast live coverage of the game, and half-time hijinks. Food is available from chicken wing aficionados Thunderbird Chicken, and of course, the bar's open all night for liquid refreshment. 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.

Super Bowl at the Clapham Grand, 8.30pm-4am.

Super Bowl at Hard Rock Cafe, Mayfair and Piccadilly Circus

'Merican restaurant and bar Hard Rock Cafe screens the Super Bowl action at both of its London branches. Watch the game on large screens, with entertainment, competitions and prizes thrown in, as you tuck into the Big Game Menu, with its ribs, nachos, wings and cheesy fries, plus a special cocktail for the occasion.

Super Bowl at Hard Rock Cafe Mayfair (10pm-4am), and Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus (10.30pm-4am).

Super Bowl screening at The Charlotte Street Hotel

The private cinema at the Charlotte Street Hotel in Fitzrovia hosts a screening on the Super Bowl action. You can book a late dinner in the on-site Oscar restaurant before the match, or skip the meal and get a regular ticket. Both include leather chairs to kick back in, plus a drink, and a hot dog at half time.

Super Bowl screening at The Charlotte Street Hotel, 10pm-4am

Super Bowl at Underbelly Boulevard

Table bookings to watch the Super Bowl being screened at Soho's Underbelly Boulevard are £80 for 4, and include a pitcher of beer and bar snacks. But you can also slide in solo or in a smaller group for £15 a head. And the venue's upstairs restaurant, Cafe Kitty, is a good place to pre-game with a Manhattan — their renowned 'crispy potatoes' (thinly-sliced but thickly-stacked deep-fried potatoes, like hyperdecadent chips) make a great stomach-lining for the long evening ahead.

Super Bowl at Underbelly Boulevard, 5pm-3.30am

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 — think wings, beer, foosball and beer pong. Packages are available for a minimum of four people, or you can book a completely private screening for up to 20 people.

Super Bowl at TOCA Social, 10.30pm-3am.

Super Bowl tailgate party at Passyunk Avenue

Lydia Manch recommends checking out Passyunk Avenue's Super Bowl plans:

Always one of our favourite places to watch North American sports and drink picklebacks in London, Passyunk Avenue's chain of Philly-homaging dive bars are going all out at all of their venues — Fitzrovia, Waterloo and Battersea — with watch parties that book out fast. But if you don't manage to snag a spot inside glued to one of the screens (or if maybe, in fact, you're here more for the hot dogs than the touchdowns) good news — there's a big day-to-night tailgate party in the Leake Street Tunnels at the entrance to their Waterloo bar: expect beer, hot dogs, cornhole and all the fun of watching the Super Bowl without... you know, actually having to watch the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl tailgate at Passyunk Avenue, 12pm-till the Super Bowl's finished

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, and the event is a collab with Gispy Hill Brewery, so the beer will be flowing all night.

Super Bowl at The Leyton Star, 11pm-4am.

Super Bowl at SOUND London

The sports bar at The Cumberland Hotel in Marble Arch is throwing a multi-tier Super Bowl extravaganza, with three different packages depending on your level of commitment to American football/how many chicken wings you're ready to tackle. Packages start from £30 a head (including entry, reserved seats, a drink and dish) and run up to the VIP package (£120 a head for a group of 8, including a booth, unlimited beer and unlimited chicken wings).

Super Bowl at SOUND London, 11.30pm-late