At FANZO, we believe that sport is only truly lived if it’s shared. What better example of this is there than the World Cup? A truly global event that captures the hearts and minds of billions. That’s why we wanted to do something special for the first-ever winter World Cup.
Step forward, our Fanzones. We scoured the entire of London for the very best place to watch every single one of the competing nations at the tournament – with all making the cut via incredibly unique reasons.
Be it Moo Cantina, the home of Argentinian sport in the city for decades now, Salsa Bar, a 500-person venue hired out by a French ex-pat group for the World Cup or The Fulham Kitchen, a Serbian-owned establishment that regularly welcomes all the top Serbs playing in the Premier League through their front doors. No matter who you support we have the perfect sports bar or pub for you.
32 nations, 32 Fanzones – the ultimate World Cup experience in London, find them all here >>> https://bit.ly/FanzoFanzones
Half way up the high street, in Acton Town, you will come across The Belvedere - Polish style bar great for sports and DJ's.
On the edge of Covent Garden, down London’s historic Drury Lane, you’ll find Lowlander: a unique and unpretentious hidden gem amongst the West End’s drinking and dining establishments. Embodying the
Salsa is a South American bar/restaurant/nightclub. Our food menu is a delicious selection of Latin infused dishes with something to suit everyone and our cocktail menu has a fantastic selection of classic and speciality cocktails.
Tucked away down a Soho side street, on the corner of Chinatown, De Hems prides itself on being London’s one and only authentic Dutch pub.
Editor's Tap is perfect for enjoying a leisurely drink, great range of Craft beer on offer along with our great Cocktail menu. Food is served daily!