The Freemasons Arms pub in Covent Garden is a lasting tribute to the founders of the Football Association 150 years ago.
The pioneers of soccer met at the original Freemasons pub in 1863 to thrash out the laws of a game now played across the globe.
Today, there's Football Association memorabilia and the perfect set-up to enjoy televised football.
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Venue Details & Map
81-82 Long Acre,Covent Garden,London WC2E 9NG,UKWC2E 9NG
- +44 (0)20 7836 3115
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
Popped in for a drink here some weeks ago. It was really nice to come across as traditional pub in this part of town. They served nice cold drinks which also an additional bonus! Definitely one ill pop into again.more
One of my favourites in the area.
Big, spacious with plenty of seating - it's the ideal pre/post-theatre drinking spot. Good for sports too.
They serve Oranjeboom on tap, which is always a pleasure.
Don't be surprised if you see some odd/smug looking chaps all dressed in suits with black ties appear and congreagate near the door. They're the actual Freemasons from the Lodge across the road....more
I don't really hangout at pubs because they can be a little too dingy. But this pub is actually quite nice, even though old it's fitted with 5-6 flat screens and my personal favorite... Clean!
The tables in the corners are elevated which are nice when you're scouting for the friend you're meeting. And I love that it's close enough to Covent Garden for shopping but far enough away to keep...more
Bigger than The Sun and not as scary as O'Neils, this is one of the best bars to go to on Long Acre. Plus, it's just far away enough from Covent Garden that most of the tourists don't know about it - which is good.
Although it can get very busy on Friday evenings, they have a great selection of beer, including Oranjeboom on draft. The staff are friendly, the drinks are moderately priced, and...more