The best places to watch England's World Cup games in London

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When the World Cup is on, the games are of course the main thing.  You can’t deny, however, that the atmosphere in pubs at this time is indescribable.  Although you can watch the matches from the comfort of your own home, there’s nothing like sipping a cold one in a buzzing beer garden.  We’ve picked our favourite London haunts to do just that.  The Waterpoet To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video  This Spitalfields pub is big enough that you should at least have room to watch without getting jostled around for the full 90.  There’s a huge beer garden, and with nine screens (including a ginormous cinema-size one) to watch on, you’ll always be able to see the happenings.  Bud Boat To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video  Although the Bud Boat is sold out for today, it’s a glorious way to watch the rest of the matches.  It’s a six-hour experience, boarding a boat at 12.30pm and watching the matches on the river.  For £10 a head – including a free Budweiser – it’s not bad at all.  The George Inn To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video  The George Inn is a Greene King pub, meaning you’ll get a great selection of beers and some decent food if you’re peckish too.  They’ve specifically created a World Cup Golden Ale alongside Chris Kamara, so that’s worth a go too.  People have been known to queue to get in here on match days, so you better arrive sharpish to get a good spot.  Bierschenke  As London’s only Munich beer hall, you’d think that Bierschenke would be disheartened by Germany’s exit from the World Cup.  Not so, however, as they’re reading and raring to go for England games as well.  You can book spots in this Moorgate location, which is perfect for large groups. Every other space in the bar is first come, first served.  Belushi’s  There are plenty of Belushi’s across London, and they always tend to b a winner when sports are on.  Grab a burger and beer before you watch on big HD screens, and book a package ahead if you want to get the best deal.  Faltering Fullback  Up north in Finsbury park is the Faltering Fulback.  The old Irish boozer has a great atmosphere, which is probably what earned it a spot on Time Out’s top 10 pubs.  There are no table bookings here, so get down early.  Flat Iron Square  For a massive World Cup watching spot, this Borough Market venue is ideal.  It’s mostly outside, so you can soak up the sun as you watch.  There’s only 150 tickets on the door to watch England V Sweden here (available from midday), though, so get your skates on.  Zlatans at Infernos  Another one where today’s tickets are sold out, but there are some still available for Thursday.  Whether you’ll be reluctant to visit a place named after a Swedish footballer by then – who knows.  They promise a ‘stadium-like

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