Millions of people around the world will be tuning into the 58th Super Bowl on Sunday, February 11, as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Franciso 49ers.

The biggest game of the NFL season is being held in Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, and if you're not one of the lucky 65,000 ticket holders, don't panic as you can still watch the match from London.

Like any sport, there's no better place to watch a game than in a local bar surrounded by fellow fans and great food and drink.

Across London, there are loads of spots where you can watch the big game and we've saved you a job by rounding them all up for you. 

So, whether you're cheering on the Chiefs for a back-to-back Super Bowl win or hoping the 49ers take it, here's where you can watch the game in London. 

Where to watch the 58th Super Bowl in London?

Super Bowl at the Hard Rock Cafe

The Hard Rock Cafe in Mayfair and Piccadilly Circus will be hosting the "ultimate Super Bowl experience" with all things American.

Guests will be able to enjoy an all-American classic game with the Big Game Menu that includes, Nachos, Signature Wings, Boneless Wings, All-American Sliders, Fried Chicken Sliders, Onion Ring Tower, Jumbo Soft Pretzel, and Loaded Tater Tots.

Plus, there will be a lively American Football atmosphere with competitions, prizes and big screens to catch all the action with the event lasting from 10pm until 4am at Mayfair and 10.30pm at Piccadilly Circus.

You can get tickets via the website.

Super Bowl at Boxpark

Boxpark's in Shoreditch, Croyden and Wembley will all be hosting special Super Bowl parties.

Fans of the sport will be able to catch the match on huge screens with DJs and competitions throughout the night including beer pong and food-eating contests.

Food vendors at Boxpark will keep guests fed throughout the night with events starting at 8pm. 

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Super Bowl at Blues Kitchen

If you want a taste of the all-American, Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch, Camden and Brixton are the perfect spots to watch the Super Bowl.

All three venues will be showing the game on large screens with servings on burgers, wings, ribs and more, along with their imprecise cocktails.

The night starts at 8pm with a live blues and rock n roll band making guests ready for the match at 10.30pm. 

You can find out more information via the website.

Super Bowl at The Clapham Grand

Fans of the NFL can watch the 58th Super Bowl at The Clapham Grand pub on an impressive 25ft HD screen.

Along with live coverage of the match, there will also be a DJ to get everyone ready for the game along with cheerleaders and confetti cannons.

Plus, you won't go hungry with chicken wings from Thunderbird Chicken and of course plenty of drinks.

The event at The Clapham Grand will kick off at 8.30pm until 4am, you can find out more information via the website.