The Perfect Post Football Night Out in London


Whether you are more of an armchair supporter of play yourself, there is nothing quite like that night out after a football game. If you lost – it is a chance to console yourself and drown your sorrows with a pint or two, and if you won – the camaraderie and atmosphere is something rather incredible. Whatever the result, a post-football night out is a necessary! Well, that is unless you want to stay at home and take advantage of the Betfred sign up offer.

One of the biggest decisions, other than whose turn it is to get the first round in, is where to go. Here, we look at some of the best places to go for the perfect post-football night out in London.

The Carlsberg Sports Bar, Leicester Square 

The fact it is called The Carlsberg Sports Bar kind of gives it away as being an ideal place for a great night out. In fact, you can even watch the big game live there. There are sixteen huge screens in the bar, so wherever you sit, you are guaranteed to get a good view of the match. At half-time or when the final whistle has been blown, head to the casino and try your luck in there or stay in the bar and enjoy some of the delights from the American-styled menu.

Where: Empire Casino, 5-6 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7NA

Bar Kick, Shoreditch High Street 

Once you have exhausted yourself out on the field – or watched your favourite team win – head to Bar Kick for a spot of table football. There are plenty of tables available for you and your pals to give it a go and test your skills. If nothing else, it is a right laugh when you have had a beer or two. There are large screens on both floors so you can watch the games there and a range of bar snacks and meals available for some post-match sustenance.

Where: 127 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JE

Namco County Hall 

If a pub or bar is not really what you are after, pay a visit to the Namco County Hall for a night out with a difference. On top of a whopping 7×2.5m screen and the other 18 screens showing major sporting events, there is a bowling lane, bumper cars, ping pong tables, laser quest, and games machines, as well as a licensed bar with food and coffee for when you need to sober up a little.

Where: Namco Funscape, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Riverside Buildings, London, SE1 7PB

Lucky Voice 

If you have not lost your voice from the cheering and singing at the match, head to popular karaoke bar Lucky Voice in one of its three premium locations: Soho, Islington, and Holborn. Book into one of the private booths with over 9,000 songs on offer to sing your heart out to. You do not even need to leave your booth, which holds between four and twenty-five people at a time (enough for the whole team and opposition!) for drinks – hit the thirsty button for expertly made cocktails delivered straight to you and your mates.

Do you have any suggestions for some great venues for the perfect post football night out in London? Let us know!