Footie fans across London have long been investigating the best venues in which to watch the beautiful game, but for people with mobility problems, finding an accessible pub can be a problem.

However, don’t panic: United Response has created a guide of 10 pubs across London that have disabled access and, crucially, show all the big games from the World Cup to Euro 2016.

Improving accessibility has long been a priority for United Response and we hope that this blog will improve awareness of the need for greater access to information on accessible venues.

This infographic provides details of names and contact details of the venues, in a bid to make sure that all fans can be included in the sporting event and get into the spirit of the contest.

1. The Montagu Pyke

This West End watering hole is part of the JD Wetherspoon chain and offers drinks including cocktails as well as classic pub grub.

2. Doggett’s Coat and Badge

Staying open late for all major tournament games, this pub in Blackfriars is split across several floors but is fully accessible with a side entrance, new ramp and indoor lift.

3. The Riverside Vauxhall

This Young’s-owned bar in St George Wharf has outdoor seating with great views of the river - if you can tear yourself away from the screen.

4. The Old Ship Inn, Hackney

This East End boozer is just a few minutes from Hackney Central Train and Overground Station and has a hotel. This venue often pulls in the punters during sporting events so will likely be busy during games.

5. The Prospect of Whitby, Tower Hamlets

This Tower Hamlets pub dates back to the 16th century and has a classic interior as well as views of the Thames and is fully accessible.

6. All Inn One, Forest Hill

This pub is known for its live music and showing of sporting events, and also has a garden. The venue and garden are fully accessible for anyone looking for al fresco viewing.

7. The Old Queen's Head, Islington

This split-level bar is roomy and luxuriously decorated, featuring chandeliers and wooden interiors. The beer garden is also popular and accessible.

8. The Garden Gate, Belsize Park

This Belsize Park venue is well-known for its barbecues and sizeable garden, which boasts a fully covered, heated area to keep any spectators from being rained on.

9. George IV, Chiswick

This split-level Fuller’s pub is often busy during national events owing to its considerable size, but is largely accessible and offers a range of drinks and classic British fare.

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