Where to watch the France-England match in London?

This is the game that many have been waiting for: France will face England in the quarterfinals of the men’s soccer world cup. The match will take place on Saturday, December 10 at 7:00 p.m. If you don’t want to be left alone in front of your television, French Morning London has compiled a (non-exhaustive) list of pubs and restaurants that broadcast this meeting.

zoo bar

For a patriotic atmosphere, “Frogs in London” has privatized the Leicester Square Zoo bar and promises a 100% blue white red atmosphere. For those who wish, in the event of a victory for France, to celebrate on a dance floor, the organizers offer a ticket that includes entry to the Tiger Tiger.

Where : 13-17 Bear street, London WC2H 7AQ

More information and reservations : here

Gazette

Why not combine French gastronomy and the World Cup? This is what two of the four Gazette breweries will offer, restaurant co-founded by Walter Lecocq, formed at Ducasse, previously at Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc. The Battersea and Putney establishments will therefore broadcast all the games and will place special emphasis on those of the Blues. Remember to book to make sure you have a table.

Where : 79 Sherwood Court, Chatfield Rd, London SW11 3UY (Battersea) and 147 Upper Richmond Rd, London SW15 2TX (Putney)

More information and reservations: here

Famous Magi

If you’re looking for a more English vibe or aren’t afraid to rub shoulders with Three Lions fans, head to the Famous Three Kings in West Kensington. The pub broadcasts, from the start of the competition, all the matches.

Where : 171 North End Road, London W14 9AE

More information and reservations: here

big social penny

Big Penny Social –formerly Truman’s Social Club– is undoubtedly one of the oldest establishments in the English capital. Founded in 1666, it was even for a time in the 19th century the largest brewery in the world. Appreciated by the locals, the brand broadcasts football matches throughout the year. You will be able to see those of the 2022 World Cup, including the quarterfinal between France and England.

Where : 1 Priestley Way, London, E17 6AL

More information and reservations : here

the cottage

In South London, The Country House regularly broadcasts live sporting events including football matches, rugby matches and even equestrian competitions. Therefore, it is not surprising that the pub has announced the broadcast on its screens of all the matches of the championship. Please note that it is recommended to reserve a table to be sure of having a place.

Where : 2 Groton Road, London SW18 4EP

More information and reservations : here

box park

Boxpark, the world’s first pop-up shopping mall, opened in 2011 in Shoreditch. Built in containers resized for the occasion, it houses a number of shops and street food brands. A victim of its success, the concept was exported to Croydon and Wembley. Equipped with giant screens, the three sites will broadcast all the matches of the 2022 World Cup. Again, reservations are recommended.

Where : 2-10 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6GY | 99 George Street, Croydon 1LD | Olympic Way, London HA9 0JT

More information and reservations : here

Vauxhall Beer and Food Garden

Vauxhall Food and Beer Garden is the largest beer garden from the English capital. With three giant screens, the establishment regularly broadcasts sporting events. So it comes as no surprise that the championship games are enough to satisfy football fans in South West London.

Where : 6A S Lambeth Pl, London SW8 1SP

More information and reservations : here

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