The NFL London Games 2020 have been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak, with all NFL games now set to be played in the US. If you were planning on visiting London during the tournament, visit the NFL website for more information.
Whether you’ve scored tickets for one of the NFL London Games or are watching the action in a buzzy sports bar, there's plenty of things to do in London when the National Football League (NFL) comes back to town.
In 2019, the below activities were some of the top things to do in London during the NFL season – check back later for 2021 dates and details of future NFL London Games.
About the NFL London Games 2020
NFL London fan zones
In 2019, NFL fans met American football legends, watched live games and mingled with other fans as Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars took over The Admiralty.
The Barrowboy & Banker
Last year, The Barrowboy & Banker was the fan hub for the Chicago Bears, Carolina Panthers, Los Angeles Rams and the Houston Texans. Fans also met with former players who dropped by and joined in the fun.
NFL London Tailgate
Tailgate at Wembley Stadium
Soak up the electrifying atmosphere ahead of the action with Tailgate at Wembley Stadium.
Head over early to catch all the live entertainment on the main stage. Check out interviews with NFL legends, watch cheerleader performances, tuck into American food and get your hands on NFL merchandise and free goodies.
Tailgate is open to ticket holders only.
NFL Fanpark at Boxpark Wembley
Ramp up the excitement ahead of the games at Wembley with NFL Fanpark at Boxpark Wembley.
Feast on street food and watch screenings of the NFL entertainment. Return after the game to celebrate your team's win.
Where to watch NFL in London
The Moretown Belle
Make the most of daily happy hour deals and traditional pub grub at The Moretown Belle, while watching American sports in London.
Frankie's Sports Bar & Grill
Find plenty of atmosphere at Frankie’s Sports Bar & Grill located under Stamford Bridge – the Chelsea Football Club stadium. Watch the game on one of the 16 big screens.
The Maple Leaf
Long Arm Pub and Brewery
Heads + Tails
Carlsberg Sports Bar
Catch all the NFL action at the Carlsberg Sports Bar in Leicester Square. Open 24 hours a day, the bar serves food and drink ‘til late.
Iconic London attractions you must visit during your trip
Take a break from all the sporting action to explore some of the top sights in London.
Admire spectacular views from the London Eye or The View from The Shard. Watch the iconic Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace and soak up more than 900 years of history at the Tower of London.
Follow in the footsteps of the capital's legendary musical talent, from the Beatles to David Bowie and the Rolling Stones.
Explore the wizarding world of Harry Potter and get up close to props, costumes and sets during a visit to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. Or go on a day trip from London, where you can explore the Queen's official residence at Windsor Castle.
Discover the best London sports tours and museums
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tour
Wembley Stadium Tour
Explore under the iconic arch of Wembley Stadium, one of the venues for the NFL London Games. Take a look inside the press conference room, the players' tunnel and the royal box during your tour of this epic sporting stadium.
Chelsea FC Stadium Tours
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Learn all about the Wimbledon grand slam tournament, where tennis greats such as Serena Williams and Pete Sampras have played.
London Stadium Tours
Shop in London's sports stores
Feast on tasty food during the London NFL series
Burgers, steaks and grills
Get your American food fix during the NFL season in London with fried chicken, barbecue meats and buffalo wings.
If you fancy something a little different, head to Brigadiers to devour Indian barbecue while watching live sport. Round off your meal with a game of pool!
Jump onboard the Bustronome bus for stunning views of London from the upper deck, as you dine on fine French cuisine. Or enjoy a London afternoon tea tour for a traditional British treat with a twist.
Alternatively, try real British ale and other classics such as fish and chips on the Borough Market Food Tour.
Street food hotspots
Try a classic sausage sarnie from Bangers at Maltby Street Market, chow down on vegan pies from Pieminster at Boxpark Shoreditch and get your hands on a slice of Fundi’s punchy pepperoni pizza at Dinerama.